One stream of our research considers the embeddedness of digital innovations in larger infrastructures, processes, and platforms. We consider digital infrastructures as the result of multiple interdependent systems / technologies evolving in relation to each other. We use network analysis to reconstruct the structure and dynamics of such defined digital infrastructures in different sectors such as utilities, media, e-commerce, health care, finance, production, among others. This project has been presented at various conferences and resulted in several publications. One of them is in Information Systems Research, one of the leading journals in our field.
Euch erwarten drei spannende Vorträge zu Bachelor-, Master- und Projektarbeiten rund um das Thema Digitale Innovation und ein Blick in das "Digitale Innovationslabor" der Professur Fürstenau gemeinsam mit der Berliner Sparkasse.
One of our projects looks into surgical processes and how treatment processes can be better designed for the needs of elderly and frail people. Innovations in biomarker research, medical guidelines and quality indicators as well as digital innovations become increasingly important to ensure in-time innovation and high quality health care delivery processes. The figure shows how we proceeded in a DynAge-funded project on frailty-related health data exchanges. We used in-depth qualitative data and combined this with a novel simulation approach to achieve new insights into the incentives and disincentives for sharing frailty-related health data. This project has been presented at various conferences and resulted in several public-cations. It was also showcased in numerous industry events and public discussion fora.