Lehrende/r: Prof. Dr. Andranik Tumasjan, Endrit Ademi
Min. | Max. Teilnehmerzahl: - | -
Angeboten im: Sommersemester
During the seminar, the participants learn to write an independent research work in the field of management. Based on content, theoretical and methodological basics they analyze current management problems in the context of a housework and present the results. Based on concrete applications, they learn to deepen and classify the theoretical content of the seminar.
The module focuses on digital innovation and entrepreneurship. We will deal with the implications of the digital transformation for different aspects of innovation and entrepreneurship. After completing the module, students will have profound knowledge about current topics in innovation and entrepreneurship and will be able to derive practical implications for these topics in the context of the digital transformation. We will examine digital innovation and entrepreneurial opportunities based on state-of-the-art theoretical frameworks, empirical research, and practical case examples.
- Nambisan, S., Lyytinen, K., Majchrzak, A., & Song, M. 2017. Digital innovation management: Reinventing innovation management research in a digital world. MIS Quarterly, 41(1): 223-238.
- Sussan, F., & Acs, Z.J. 2017. The digital entrepreneurial ecosystem. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 49(1): 55-73.
- Youssef, A.B., Boubaker, S., Dedaj, B., & Carabregu-Vokshi, M. 2021. Digitalization of the economy and entreprneurial intention. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 164: 120043.