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"Accumulating Design Knowledge" published in the Journal of the Association for Information Systems (JAIS)

Design science research is a fundamental paradigm for the information systems discipline. While numerous studies developed design knowledge in the last decades, it is oftentimes questioned whether and how design knowledge relates to theory, whether design knowledge is revisited, and how it accumulates. Published in the flagship Journal of the Association for Information Systems (JAIS), the publication Accumulating Design Knowledge: A Mechanisms-Based Approach provides first empirically-grounded replies. The study by Hannes Rothe (Freie Universität Berlin), Lauri Wessel (University of Bremen), and Ana Paula Barquet (Technical University Berlin) is the first to theorize the process of knowledge accumulation in design science research. It introduces three mechanisms, namely injection, folding, and enhancement, that help explaining different patterns of knowledge creation over time. The study followed three entrepreneurial ventures to derive mechanisms of knowledge accumulation before revisiting two streams of published design science research studies using text mining and information networks.

27.05.2020 | Assistant professor for Educational Service Engineering & IT-Entrepreneurship

Auswirkungen von Hybris neu gedacht. Studie "Hubristic Startup Founders" erscheint im Journal of Management Studies

Die ProfessorInnen Sundermeier, Gersch und Freiling eröffnen neue Perspektiven in der Forschung um Hybris.

19.05.2020 | Prof. Dr. Janina Sundermeier

EXIST Startup Grant for Pricebase

Former master students in information systems successfully applied for EXIST Business Startup Grant for their AI venture. Pricebase enables mobile app developers to customize pricing based on the needs of their users.

24.04.2020 | Assistant professor for Educational Service Engineering & IT-Entrepreneurship

WirtschaftsWoche talks with Professor Rothe about Postdocs-to-Innovators

Young researchers and postdocs are the epitome of what we generally described as "high potentials". However, we need to do a better job in supporting them on their journeys within and beyond academia. Professor Rothe talks with WirtschaftsWoche to raise attention towards these issues, but also illuminates opportunities that lay within our current research culture.

19.04.2020 | Assistant professor for Educational Service Engineering & IT-Entrepreneurship

"Leaving the Shadow" published in BISE

"Leaving the Shadow: A Configurational Approach to Explain Post-identification Outcomes of Shadow IT Systems" was published in Business & Information Systems Engineering (BISE). Together with professor Daniel Fürstenau and Matthias Sandner, professor Rothe presents this study on Shadow IT Systems to the most important journal of the German "Wirtschaftsinformatik" community.

10.03.2020 | Assistant professor for Educational Service Engineering & IT-Entrepreneurship

Managing the Dynamics of Platforms and Ecosystems HICSS Minitrack

As co-chair of this HICSS minitrack, professor Rothe invites you to submit your research until June 15th 2020. We are interested in research that focuses on the “dynamic” aspects of platforms and ecosystems. How do platforms and ecosystems change? What is the nature of their evolution? What are the mechanisms driving evolution? How do platforms and ecosystems adapt to technological, social, economic, or even political changes? How can specific platform and ecosystem actors succeed within these dynamics?

06.03.2020 | Assistant professor for Educational Service Engineering & IT-Entrepreneurship