Digital technologies are changing the way people work together. Boundaries between automated and non-automated task bearers and analog and digital forms of collaboration are being shifted. In our work, we address the design of digital work systems and explore how they need to be designed for sustainable successful collaboration, e.g., in response to a global pandemic such as the recent COVID-19. This research area is divided into three research topics: Enterprise Content and Collaboration Management, Social Media, and Telework.
- Bachelor Seminar Information Systems
- Enterprise Content und Collaboration Management
- Enterprise Knowledge Management
- Key Skill Seminar Media Literacy
- Master Seminar Information Systems
- Social Networking Site Use Resumption: A Model of Return Migration (2020)
- Information quality, user satisfaction, and the manifestation of workarounds: A qualitative and quantitative study of enterprise content management system users (2017)
- Successfully implementing enterprise content management: Lessons learnt from a financial service provider (2015)
- Why are teleworkers stressed? An empirical analysis of the causes of telework-enabled stress (2015)
- Enterprise Content Management (2013)
- Erfolgreiches Arbeiten im Home-Office: Theorien, empirische Studien und Hypothesen zur Post-Corona-Zeit
- Digitalisierung – Wie können Mensch und Maschine gut zusammenarbeiten?
14. February 2020, 2. Erlanger Fachtagung für das Office-Management im Gesundheitswesen
- Prozessorientiertes Enterprise Content Management: Implikationen einer empirischen Studie der Informationsqualität
20. October 2018, VAWI-Semesterauftaktveranstaltung