Digital Transformation Management: Projects & Talks
Digital Change Management
bidt Project: Transforming Digitally
Transforming Digitally is a project funded by the Bavarian Research Institute for Digital Transformation (bidt). In cooperation with the Institute for Leadership and Organization (ILO) of the LMU and the Chair of Sociology (Technology-Labor-Society) of the FAU, we are investigating the use and design of digital innovations for organizational change. This is not just about digital transformation, but about how digital tools can support organizations in their initiation, implementation and monitoring of transformation projects. This is done, for example, through special communication platforms, digital-personalized nudges, or data-driven change monitoring. This project aims to provide well-founded answers to the associated questions at the interface of business informatics, sociology and management, and to develop recommendations for use and design on this basis.
Digital health, well-being and stress
Research project: EGHI
The Eghi project is a cooperation between the University of Freiburg, FAU, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, the University of Duisburg-Essen, BODYMED and Interactive Wear AG. This project is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The goal of the project is to develop an AI-based, learning assistance system that supports healthy everyday behavior. To this end, data from wearables and smartphones will be evaluated to provide users with suggestions for health-promoting behavior – based on situation analyses, behavioral models and a digital twin (virtual image of a human being). Through sensor-based observation and modeling of situations and behavioral patterns, a wealth of experience is to be created between users and AI, which serves as a common communication level, between humans and AI. Within the project, the Schöller Endowed Chair will focus on researching the expectations and concerns of users with regard to digital health care assistance systems.