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Prof. Sundermeier veröffentlicht Studien zu "Entrepreneurial Team Diversity" und "Digital Workplace Transformation" im European Management Journal und Management of Information Systems Quarterly Executive

News vom 08.12.2022

Zum Jahresende veröffenlicht Prof. Sundermeier zwei Studien, die sich mit dem aktuellen Forschungsstand zur untermehmerischen DIversität in Gründungsteams (gemeinsam mit Natalie Mahlert) sowie mit Fallstudien im Rahmen der digitalen Arbeitsplatztransformation auseinandersetzen.

1. Studie: Entrepreneurial team diversity – A systematic review and research agenda (veröffentlicht im European Management Journal, Open Access Veröffentlichung dankenswerterweise ermöglicht durch Frauenfördermittel des Fachbereichs):

"Research on entrepreneurial team diversity (ETD) has reached a critical juncture as inconsistent findings hinder further theory development. The main reasons for these inconsistencies are one-dimensional theoretical perspectives that make it difficult to comprehensively theorize the benefits and barriers of ETD from a cross-disciplinary perspective. To address this shortcoming, we systematically identify existing literature and classify 44 studies into an ‘inputs-mediators-outcomes’ (IMO) framework. We find that the field is considerably fragmented, especially with regard to disciplinary perspectives, study contexts, diversity dimensions, and outcome variables. To invigorate and advance the research stream, we highlight unresolved issues and knowledge gaps in the current literature and propose a multi-disciplinary research agenda presented in the form of an IMO framework. We conclude that, while existing research on ETD offers a solid foundation, it is far from having reached its full potential."

2. Studie: Lessons for and from Digital Workplace Transformation in Times of Crisis (veröffentlicht im MIS Quarterly Executive):

"The Covid-19 pandemic greatly accelerated the digital transformation of workplaces. This article describes how three companies responded to the pandemic by successfully transforming their workplaces from purely physical to predominantly digital. It also identifies four transformation phases and respective management practices that enabled them to gradually align their digital tools, cultural assets and physical office spaces. A roadmap, derived from these three cases, suggests management actions for preparing workplace-related responses to future crises and designing workplaces in the post-Covid-19 era."

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