Publikationen

2022

  • Schmidt, S. L., Li, M. M., & Peters, C.. (2022). Requirements for an it support system based on hybrid intelligence. Paper presented at the Hawai’i international conference on system sciences (hicss).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    In our digital world, all companies need IT support. The IT support staff is under high pressure solving user-based issues and facing an increase of heterogeneous systems. Hybrid intelligence could solve many issues due to the combination of machine power and the individual strengths of humans. As a part of a bigger design science research project, this paper derives requirements for an IT support system based on hybrid intelligence (ISSHI). 17 requirements from the literature and 21 requirements from 24 indepth interviews with IT support managers and support-agents from three different companies have been derived. These were evaluated and refined with a second interview series of five IT support stakeholders that led to a total of 24 consolidated requirements. Finally, these requirements were used to inform a system architecture for an ISSHI. This architecture shall serve as a foundation for future research directions regarding hybrid intelligence in IT support.

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    abstract = {In our digital world, all companies need IT support. The IT support staff is under high pressure solving user-based issues and facing an increase of heterogeneous systems. Hybrid intelligence could solve many issues due to the combination of machine power and the individual strengths of humans. As a part of a bigger design science research project, this paper derives requirements for an IT support system based on hybrid intelligence (ISSHI). 17 requirements from the literature and 21 requirements from 24 indepth interviews with IT support managers and support-agents from three different companies have been derived. These were evaluated and refined with a second interview series of five IT support stakeholders that led to a total of 24 consolidated requirements. Finally, these requirements were used to inform a system architecture for an ISSHI. This architecture shall serve as a foundation for future research directions regarding hybrid intelligence in IT support.},
    added-at = {2021-09-14T11:27:52.000+0200},
    author = {Schmidt, Simon L. and Li, Mahei Manhai and Peters, Christoph},
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    booktitle = {Hawai’i International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)},
    eventdate = {04.01.2022 - 07.01.2022},
    eventtitle = {Hawai’i International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)},
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    timestamp = {2021-09-14T11:46:40.000+0200},
    title = {Requirements for an IT Support System based on Hybrid Intelligence},
    venue = {Maui, Hawaii, USA},
    year = 2022
    }

2021

  • Peters, C.. (2021). Designing work and service systems. School of Management, University of St.Gallen: Habilitation thesis.
    [BibTeX]
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    address = {School of Management, University of St.Gallen},
    author = {Peters, Christoph},
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    language = {english},
    publisher = {Habilitation Thesis},
    timestamp = {2021-09-07T11:00:11.000+0200},
    title = {Designing Work and Service Systems},
    year = 2021
    }

  • Leimeister, J. M., Dickhaut, E., & Janson, A.. (2021). Design pattern as a bridge between problem-space and solution-space. In Aier, S., Rohner, P., & Schelp, J. (Eds.), In Engineering the transformation of the enterprise – a design science research perspective (, pp. 137-150). Cham, Switzerland: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-84655-8_9
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Designing novel technologies provide challenges to developers. To support developers in designing these technologies, design knowledge must be codified and made applicable for the future. In systems development, design patterns provide proven solutions to solving recurring problems. They contain templates for describing design information, often in tabular form, and are established tools for making complex knowledge accessible and applicable. Design patterns play a critical role in both practice and research in finding potential solutions. For researchers, patterns can provide a method for codifying design knowledge for future research. For practitioners, design patterns provide established solutions to recurring problems. By applying them in a particular context, the pattern represents elements of both the problem-space and the solution-space, providing an opportunity to bridge the gap between the two spaces. Due to the abstraction of design patterns, they can be used for different application scenarios. The preparation of the design knowledge in the design pattern is a critical step to support the user in the best possible way, that determines the usefulness of the pattern.

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    abstract = {Designing novel technologies provide challenges to developers. To support developers in designing these technologies, design knowledge must be codified and made applicable for the future. In systems development, design patterns provide proven solutions to solving recurring problems. They contain templates for describing design information, often in tabular form, and are established tools for making complex knowledge accessible and applicable. Design patterns play a critical role in both practice and research in finding potential solutions. For researchers, patterns can provide a method for codifying design knowledge for future research. For practitioners, design patterns provide established solutions to recurring problems. By applying them in a particular context, the pattern represents elements of both the problem-space and the solution-space, providing an opportunity to bridge the gap between the two spaces. Due to the abstraction of design patterns, they can be used for different application scenarios. The preparation of the design knowledge in the design pattern is a critical step to support the user in the best possible way, that determines the usefulness of the pattern.},
    added-at = {2021-09-04T18:20:47.000+0200},
    address = {Cham, Switzerland},
    author = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Dickhaut, Ernestine and Janson, Andreas},
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    booktitle = {Engineering the Transformation of the Enterprise - A Design Science Research Perspective},
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    timestamp = {2021-09-04T18:58:38.000+0200},
    title = {Design Pattern as a Bridge Between Problem-Space and Solution-Space},
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    year = 2021
    }

  • Bretschneider, U.. (2021). Exploring the impact of crowd members‘ motivation on idea quality in online innovation communities. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the academy of management (aom).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Since many years, several firms host Virtual Idea Communities (VIC), in which the crowd focuses on voluntarily developing ideas for new product development (NPD). Both, scholars and practitioners share a strong interest in understanding the factors that enhance crowd members’ individual ideation outcome, meaning the quality of ideas, since the value of user ideas is not only essential for the survival of a VIC, but it also directly affects the innovation effects of firm’s NPD. Although there exist first insights on what influences idea quality, empirical studies that provide evidence of which forms of crowd members motivations are positively linked to higher ideation outcome are neglected. In this research, we build a theoretical model explaining which motives of crowd members for engaging in ideation have a positive impact on the quality of ideas they developed. To test our theory, we employed empirical data from users of the VIC by the software manufacturer SAP. For the first time, we found that crowd members of VIC are motivated to send capability signals through their ideas and thus be more creative. Further, crowd members with higher levels of fun and learning motivation produce ideas of higher quality, whereas this association depends on their level of flow experience. Our empirical results provide important contributions to IS research and practice. On the basis of our findings it is possible to design socio-technical artefacts for VICs that stimulate users’ capability-, fun- and learning motives and in turn will lead to ideas of higher quality.

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    author = {Bretschneider, Ulrich},
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    title = {Exploring the Impact of Crowd Members' Motivation on Idea Quality in Online Innovation Communities},
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  • Wessel, L., Peters, C., & Niederman, F.. (2021). Using ‘panel reports’ to advance scholarly discourse: a change in editorial policy and guidelines for authors of ‘panel reports’. Communications of the association for information systems (cais).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    ‘Panel reports’ reflect a particular category of submissions that can be made to the Communications of the Association for Information Systems (CAIS). As stated online, panel reports differ from traditional research papers in that “CAIS is open to publishing reports of panels, debates, symposia, workshops and similar events. Such reports have to clearly position the matter of discussion at the event, highlight the relevance of event and topic and outline the different views on the topic that emanated at the events.” (https://aisel.aisnet.org/cais/panel_reports.pdf). While this definition has persisted for some time and still holds true, it leaves room for interpretation what constitutes a contribution and how one knows that a particular paper has made enough of one. The purpose of this editorial is to provide interpretation and elaboration of these principles based on our collective experience with such reports.

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    author = {Wessel, Lauri and Peters, Christoph and Niederman, Fred},
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    title = {Using ‘Panel Reports’ to Advance Scholarly Discourse: A Change in Editorial Policy and Guidelines for Authors of ‘Panel Reports’},
    year = 2021
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  • Schöbel, S., Mohammed, S., & Janson, A.. (2021). Two decades of game concepts in digital learning environments – a bibliometric study and research agenda. Computers & education, 173(104296). doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2021.104296
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In recent years, using game concepts for educational purposes in digital environments has become continually more popular and relevant. Games can be used to motivate and engage users in regular system use and, in the end, support learners in achieving better learning outcomes. In this context, different kinds of game concepts exist, such as gamification or serious games, each with a different perspective and usefulness in digital learning environments. Because developing and using with game concepts in digital learning environments has recently become more important, and developing them is still not fully established, questions arise about future research directions involving games in digital learning. Therefore, this study aims to identify the state of the field and determine what is relevant when using game concepts in digital learning. To achieve this goal, we present the results of a bibliometric analysis considering more than 10,000 articles between 2000 and 2019 and summarize them to develop a research agenda. This agenda supports researchers and practitioners in identifying avenues for future research. We contribute to theory by providing a detailed understanding of the relevance of game concepts in digital learning. We propose a research agenda to assist researchers in planning future approaches with and about gamification concepts in digital learning. Practical implications are proposed by demonstrating what should be considered when using game concepts in learning environments.

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    abstract = {In recent years, using game concepts for educational purposes in digital environments has become continually more popular and relevant. Games can be used to motivate and engage users in regular system use and, in the end, support learners in achieving better learning outcomes. In this context, different kinds of game concepts exist, such as gamification or serious games, each with a different perspective and usefulness in digital learning environments. Because developing and using with game concepts in digital learning environments has recently become more important, and developing them is still not fully established, questions arise about future research directions involving games in digital learning. Therefore, this study aims to identify the state of the field and determine what is relevant when using game concepts in digital learning. To achieve this goal, we present the results of a bibliometric analysis considering more than 10,000 articles between 2000 and 2019 and summarize them to develop a research agenda. This agenda supports researchers and practitioners in identifying avenues for future research. We contribute to theory by providing a detailed understanding of the relevance of game concepts in digital learning. We propose a research agenda to assist researchers in planning future approaches with and about gamification concepts in digital learning. Practical implications are proposed by demonstrating what should be considered when using game concepts in learning environments.},
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    author = {Schöbel, Sofia and Mohammed, Saqr and Janson, Andreas},
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    timestamp = {2021-08-17T17:24:11.000+0200},
    title = {Two decades of game concepts in digital learning environments – A bibliometric study and research agenda},
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  • Söllner, M., Janson, A., Rietsche, R., & Thiel de Gafenco, M.. (2021). Individualisierung in der beruflichen bildung durch hybrid intelligence. potentiale und grenzen. Zeitschrift für berufs- und wirtschaftspädagogik, Beiheft 31, 163-181.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Künstliche Intelligenz durchdringt immer stärker verschiedene Lebensbereiche und macht auch vor der beruflichen Bildung nicht halt. In diesem Zusammenhang gibt es derzeit vielfältige Diskussionen zur Rolle der menschlichen Intelligenz in zukünftigen Arbeitsprozessen und damit verknüpft Fragen zur Auswirkung auf die Aus- und Weiterbildung von Arbeitskräften. Ziel dieses Beitrags ist es darzulegen, warum in den kommenden Jahrzehnten die effektive Kombination der komplementären Stärken von menschlicher und künstlicher Intelligenz im Sinne des Hybrid Intelligence (HI)-Gedankens im Vordergrund stehen wird. Anschließend werden Potentiale und Grenzen von HI im Kontext der beruflichen Aus- und Weiterbildung mit besonderem Fokus auf die Individualisierung von Lehr-/Lernprozessen diskutiert.

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    address = {Stuttgart, Germany},
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    editor = {Seufert, Sabine and Guggemos, Josef and Ifenthaler, Dirk and Ertl, Hubert and Seifried, Jürgen},
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    volume = {Beiheft 31},
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  • Barev, T. J., Schöbel, S., Janson, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2021). Delen – a process model for the systematic development of legitimate digital nudges. Paper presented at the International conference on design science research in information systems and technology (desrist), Cham. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-82405-1_30
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    Digital nudging is a promising approach from behavioral economics. In deci-sions where individuals tend to struggle, nudges can support users of digital systems by aligning their behavior with their preferences. Despite their wide use, most digital nudges are designed to support the intended behavior from the perspective of a company while neglecting potential legal, ethical, or individual constraints or preferences. With modern technologies such as artificial intelli-gence or big data, these issues multiply and with the increasing effectiveness of digital nudges and use of new technologies, this has become even more critical. Thus, in this paper we follow a Design Science Research approach to develop a process model for the systematic development of legitimate nudges (DELEN). Legitimacy requires that dealings between different entities shall be fair. Unlike other models, we set normative boundaries derived from literature, expert in-terviews, and target group segmentation as integral elements. Target group seg-mentation increases nudge effectiveness and avoids unnecessary burdens for other individuals. By doing so, the DELEN process model paves the way for legitimate and effective digital nudges.

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    abstract = {Digital nudging is a promising approach from behavioral economics. In deci-sions where individuals tend to struggle, nudges can support users of digital systems by aligning their behavior with their preferences. Despite their wide use, most digital nudges are designed to support the intended behavior from the perspective of a company while neglecting potential legal, ethical, or individual constraints or preferences. With modern technologies such as artificial intelli-gence or big data, these issues multiply and with the increasing effectiveness of digital nudges and use of new technologies, this has become even more critical. Thus, in this paper we follow a Design Science Research approach to develop a process model for the systematic development of legitimate nudges (DELEN). Legitimacy requires that dealings between different entities shall be fair. Unlike other models, we set normative boundaries derived from literature, expert in-terviews, and target group segmentation as integral elements. Target group seg-mentation increases nudge effectiveness and avoids unnecessary burdens for other individuals. By doing so, the DELEN process model paves the way for legitimate and effective digital nudges.},
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    address = {Cham},
    author = {Barev, Torben Jan and Schöbel, Sofia and Janson, Andreas and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2c785fb5b4af64472e4b9468d80d5063e/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology (DESRIST)},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-030-82405-1_30},
    editor = {Chandra Kruse, Leona and Seidel, Stefan and Hausvik, Geir Inge},
    eventdate = {04.08.2021-06.08.2021},
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    timestamp = {2021-08-16T08:29:52.000+0200},
    title = {DELEN – A Process Model for the Systematic Development of Legitimate Digital Nudges},
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    venue = {Kristiansand, Norway},
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  • Dickhaut, E., Janson, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2021). Legit methodology: towards capturing legal compatibility of design science artifacts. Paper presented at the International conference on design science research in information systems and technology (desrist), Kristiansand, Norway. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-82405-1_29
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Higher legal standards with regards to the data protection of individu-als such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are increasing the pressure on developers of IT artifacts. Typically, when developing systems, we subsequently evaluate them with users to elaborate aspects such as user experi-ence perceptions. However, nowadays, other evaluation aspects such as legality and data policy issues are also important criteria for system development. For this purpose, we introduce LEGIT (legal design science evaluation), which pro-vides developers with guidance when considering legal requirements. We use the case of the GDPR to illustrate the feasibility, applicability, and benefit to the de-velopment process. With this novel method adapted from law research, we are able to derive actionable guidance for developers to evaluate developer efforts in increasing legal compatibility. To illustrate our methodological approach, in this paper, we describe the key steps of the method with respect to the evaluation of a learning assistant. We develop an AI-based learning assistant for university stu-dents to demonstrate the application of the novel evaluation method. We briefly discuss how this procedure can serve as the foundation for a new evaluation method of legally compatible systems in design science research.

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    address = {Kristiansand, Norway},
    author = {Dickhaut, Ernestine and Janson, Andreas and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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    booktitle = {International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology (DESRIST)},
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    editor = {Chandra Kruse, Leona and Seidel, Stefan and Hausvik, Geir Inge},
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    title = {LEGIT Methodology: Towards Capturing Legal Compatibility of Design Science Artifacts},
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    venue = {Kristiansand, Norway},
    volume = 12807,
    year = 2021
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  • Wambsganss, T., Janson, A., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2021). Ai-based argumentation tutoring – a novel system class to improve learners’ argumentation skills. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the academy of management (aom). doi:10.5465/AMBPP.2021.10233abstract
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    Argumentation is an omnipresent foundation of our daily communication and thinking. The ability to form convincing arguments is not only the fundament for persuading an audience of novel ideas but also plays a major role in strategic decision-making, negotiation, and productive civil discourse. However, students often struggle to develop argumentation skills due to a lack of individual and instant feedback in their learning journey, since providing feedback on the individual argumentation skills of learners is very time consuming and not scalable if conducted manually by educators. Following a design science research approach, we propose a new class of argumentation learning systems that provide students with individual and ongoing tutoring to support them in learning how to argue. We build our socio-technical design on a combination of user-centered design principles, a conceptualization of argumentation structures in student-written text, and Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning classifiers to provide individual feedback. To investigate if the new system class of AI-based argumentation tutoring systems helps students to improve their argumentation skills, we evaluated the novel artifact class in two empirical studies in comparison to traditional argumentation learning systems. In a laboratory experiment (study 1), as well as in a field experiment in a large-scale lecture over three months (study 2), we found that AI-based argumentation tutoring systems based on our design principles, argumentation schemes, and algorithms improve the short- and long-term argumentation skills of students significantly compared to the traditional argumentation learning approaches.

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    year = 2021
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  • Benner, D., Schöbel, S., & Janson, A.. (2021). It is only for your own good, or is it? ethical considerations for designing ethically conscious persuasive information systems. Paper presented at the Americas conference on information systems (amcis), Montreal, Kanada.
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    Persuasive designs, including gamification and digital nudging, have become well renowned during the last years and have been implemented successfully across different sectors including education, e-health, e-governance, e-finance and general information systems. In this regard, persuasive design can support desirable changes in attitude and behavior of users in order to achieve their own goals. However, such persuasive influence on individuals raises ethical questions as persuasive designs can impair the autonomy of users or persuade the user towards goals of a third party and hence lead to unethical decision-making processes. In human-computer interaction this is especially significant with the advent of advanced artificial intelligence that can emulate human behavior and thus bring new dynamics into play. Therefore, we conduct a systematic literature analysis with the goal to compile an overview of ethical considerations for persuasive system design, derive potential guidelines for ethical persuasive designs and shed light on potential research gaps.

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  • Wambsganss, T., Niklaus, C., Söllner, M., Handschuh, S., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2021). Supporting cognitive and emotional empathic writing of students. Paper presented at the Joint conference of the annual meeting of the association for computational linguistics and international joint conference on natural language processing (acl-ijcnlp).
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    We present an annotation approach to capturing emotional and cognitive empathy in student-written peer reviews on business models in German. We propose an annotation scheme that allows us to model emotional and cognitive empathy scores based on three types of review components. Also, we conducted an annotation study with three annotators based on 92 student essays to evaluate our annotation scheme. The obtained inter-rater agreement of alpha=0.79 for the components and the multi-pi=0.41 for the empathy scores indicate that the proposed annotation scheme successfully guides annotators to a substantial to moderate agreement. Moreover, we trained predictive models to detect the annotated empathy structures and embedded them in an adaptive writing support system for students to receive individual empathy feedback independent of an instructor, time, and location. We evaluated our tool in a peer learning exercise with 58 students and found promising results for perceived empathy skill learning, perceived feedback accuracy, and intention to use. Finally, we present our freely available corpus of 500 empathy-annotated, student-written peer reviews on business models and our annotation guidelines to encourage future research on the design and development of empathy support systems.

    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    abstract = {We present an annotation approach to capturing emotional and cognitive empathy in student-written peer reviews on business models in German. We propose an annotation scheme that allows us to model emotional and cognitive empathy scores based on three types of review components. Also, we conducted an annotation study with three annotators based on 92 student essays to evaluate our annotation scheme. The obtained inter-rater agreement of alpha=0.79 for the components and the multi-pi=0.41 for the empathy scores indicate that the proposed annotation scheme successfully guides annotators to a substantial to moderate agreement. Moreover, we trained predictive models to detect the annotated empathy structures and embedded them in an adaptive writing support system for students to receive individual empathy feedback independent of an instructor, time, and location. We evaluated our tool in a peer learning exercise with 58 students and found promising results for perceived empathy skill learning, perceived feedback accuracy, and intention to use. Finally, we present our freely available corpus of 500 empathy-annotated, student-written peer reviews on business models and our annotation guidelines to encourage future research on the design and development of empathy support systems. },
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  • Leimeister, J. M., Stieglitz, S., Matzner, M., Kundisch, D., Flath, C., & Röglinger, M.. (2021). Quo vadis conferences in the business and information systems engineering (bise) community after covid: what can stay, what should go, what do we need to change for our future scientific conferences?. Business & information systems engineering (bise). doi:10.1007/s12599-021-00707-x
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    author = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Stieglitz, Stefan and Matzner, Martin and Kundisch, Dennis and Flath, Christoph and Röglinger, Maximilian},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/293a9dd63704870721edaf5f91dead305/ls_leimeister},
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    title = {Quo Vadis Conferences in the Business and Information Systems Engineering (BISE) Community After Covid: What Can Stay, What Should Go, What Do We Need to Change for Our Future Scientific Conferences?},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/JML_830.pdf},
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  • Klee, S., Janson, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2021). How data analytics competencies can foster business value – a systematic review and way forward. Information systems management (ism), 38(3), 200-217. doi:10.1080/10580530.2021.1894515
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    Several authors have illustrated the benefits of data in organizations. For realizing benefits, we see two major challenges for organizations. First, there are necessary investments, which have to be justified. Second, adequate data analytics competencies can be seen as enablers for realizing benefits. We aim to support organizations by showing relevant competencies and achievable business values. We present theoretical propositions and a research agenda on how to move the field of data analytics competencies forward.

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    abstract = { Several authors have illustrated the benefits of data in organizations. For realizing benefits, we see two major challenges for organizations. First, there are necessary investments, which have to be justified. Second, adequate data analytics competencies can be seen as enablers for realizing benefits. We aim to support organizations by showing relevant competencies and achievable business values. We present theoretical propositions and a research agenda on how to move the field of data analytics competencies forward.},
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    author = {Klee, Sven and Janson, Andreas and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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    title = {How Data Analytics Competencies Can Foster Business Value – A Systematic Review and Way Forward},
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  • Oeste-Reiß, S., Bittner, E., Cvetkovic, I., Günther, A., Leimeister, J. M., Memmert, L., Ott, A., Sick, B., & Wolter, K.. (2021). Hybride wissensarbeit. Informatik spektrum, 44(3), 148-152. doi:10.1007/s00287-021-01352-0
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    Aufgrund der Fortschritte im Bereich der künstlichen Intelligenz (KI) ergeben sich neue Gestaltungsmöglichkeiten zur Reorganisation von Wissensarbeit an der Schnittstelle von Menschen und Maschine. Durch die Verschmelzung von menschlicher und künstlicher Intelligenz können komplementäre Stärken zum Lösen von Arbeitsaufgaben gebündelt werden. Neuartige Wissensarbeitssysteme sind erforderlich, die Wissensarbeitende sowohl bei der Ausübung von Routineaufgaben als auch Nichtroutineaufgaben unterstützen. Der Schlagwortartikel umreißt die Grundlagen von Wissensarbeit und arbeitet die Charakteristika von Routineaufgaben und Nichtroutineaufgaben innerhalb von Arbeitsprozessen auf. Es werden Grenzen klassischer IT-gestützter Wissensarbeitssysteme als Werkzeuge umrissen, die Wissensarbeitende im Arbeitsprozess unterstützen. Aufbauend darauf diskutiert der Artikel, dass technologische Fortschritte eine arbeitsprozessintegrierte und personalisierte Unterstützung von Wissensarbeitenden erlauben. Dazu verweist der Artikel auf die Charakteristika von kollaborativ interaktiv lernenden Systemen. Darauf aufbauend werden Hybride Wissensarbeitssysteme vorgestellt, die sowohl das KI-unterstützte menschliche Lernen als auch das Mensch-unterstützte maschinelle Lernen unterstützen. In diesem Zusammenhang beschreibt der Artikel definitorische Grundlagen von menschlicher, künstlicher und hybrider Intelligenz, stellt drei Archetypen von Mensch-Maschine-Aufgaben innerhalb von hybriden Wissensarbeitssystemen vor und umreißt drei Gestaltungsdimensionen solcher Systeme. Mittels eines Praxisbeispiels zum kollaborativen Schreiben von Journalist*innen beschreibt der Artikel exemplarisch die hybride Wissensarbeit. Der Artikel schließt mit einem Ausblick auf zukünftige Forschungsbedarfe.

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    author = {Oeste-Reiß, Sarah and Bittner, Eva and Cvetkovic, Izabel and Günther, Andreas and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Memmert, Lucas and Ott, Anja and Sick, Bernhard and Wolter, Kathrin},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/29fa4315082808ed3f6b4ebdab1405464/ls_leimeister},
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  • Peters, C., & Billert, M.. (2021). Government-as-a-platform im kontext bürgerbeteiligung: konzeption, entwicklung und integration am beispiel einer deutschen smart city. In Laumer, R. (Ed.), In Kommunales open government – grundlagen, praxis, perspektiven (, pp. 52-64). Marburg, Germany: Büchner verlag.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Bürgerbeteiligung war und ist wichtig – insbesondere in Zeiten von Covid-19. Dabei bedarf es einer sinnvollen Kombination und einer guten Verzahnung von digitalen und analogen Angeboten, wobei insbesondere im Kontext von Covid-19 die Frage bezüglich digitaler Bürgerbeteiligung im Raum steht: Wenn nicht jetzt, wann dann? Wir sprechen uns für Formen digitaler Bürgerbeteiligung aus, die bestehende Formen nicht ersetzen, sondern synergetisch ergänzen. Um dies zu tun, zeigen wir in diesem Beitrag auf, wie das Konzept des Government-as-a-Platform hierbei zu verstehen ist und helfen kann. Außerdem beschreiben wir Konzeption, Entwicklung und Integration einer digitalen Bürgerbeteiligungsplattform, die sich unter anderem durch die Verzahnung von Top-down- und Bottom-up-Elementen wie auch durch Transparenz der Plattform-Prozesse auszeichnet. Bürger*innen werden dabei als Expert*innen ihres Alltags gesehen und dazu empowert, durch eigene Projektvorschläge ihre Stadt proaktiv mitzugestalten.

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  • Elshan, E., Engel, C., & Ebel, P.. (2021). Opening the black box of music royalties with the help of hybrid intelligence. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hiccs). doi:10.24251/HICSS.2021.671
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    The ever-increasing complexity of the music industry and the intensified resentment of artists towards collecting societies call for a transformation and a change of behavior within the music ecosystem. This article introduces a hybrid intelligence system, that ameliorates the current situation by combining the intelligence of humans and machines. This study proposes design requirements for hybrid intelligence systems in the music industry. Using a design science research approach, we identify design requirements both inductively from expert interviews and deductively from theory and present a first prototypical instantiation of a respective hybrid intelligence system. Overall, this shall enrich the body of knowledge of hybrid intelligence research by transferring its concepts into a new context. Furthermore, the identified design requirements shall serve as a foundation for researchers and practitioners to further explore and design hybrid intelligence in the music industry and beyond.

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    venue = {Kauai, USA},
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  • Schmidt, S. L., Li, M. M., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2021). Nutzungszentrierte gestaltung von hi-basierten dienstleistungen am beispiel des it-supports. In Bruhn, M., & Hadwich, K. (Eds.), In Künstliche intelligenz im dienstleistungsmanagement (Vol. Geschäftsmodelle – Serviceinnovationen – Implementierung). Springer gabler.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Die Verbindung von menschlicher und künstlicher Intelligenz, die wir hybride Intelligenz (HI) nennen, soll Mitarbeitende im IT-Support entlasten und unterstützen. In diesem Beitrag gestalten wir nutzungszentriert eine HI-basierte Dienstleistung am Beispiel des IT-Supports. Wir beginnen mit einer Problemidentifizierung am Beispiel von drei unterschiedlich groß aufgestellten Unternehmen. Basierend auf diesen identifizierten Herausforderungen des IT-Supports wurden die Interaktionen während der Dienstleistungserbringung zwischen allen Beteiligten (Mitarbeitende, Kund:innen und System) nutzungszentriert neu gestaltet.

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  • Schmidt, S. L., Li, M. M., Weigel, S., & Peters, C.. (2021). Knowledge is power: provide your it-support with domain-specific high-quality solution material. Paper presented at the International conference on design science research in information systems and technology (desrist).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    As more and more business processes are based on IT services the high availability of these processes is dependent on the IT-Support. Thus, making the IT-Support a critical success factor of companies. This paper presents how this department can be supported by providing the staff with domain-specific and high-quality solution material to help employees faster when errors occur. The solution material is based on previously solved tickets because these contain precise domain-specific solutions narrowed down to e.g., specific versions and configurations of hard-/software used in the company. To retrieve the solution material ontologies are used that contain the domain-specific vocabulary needed. Because not all previously solved tickets contain high-quality solution material that helps the staff to fix issues the designed IT-Support system separates lowfrom high-quality solution material. This paper presents (a) theory- and practicalmotivated design requirements that describe the need for automatically retrieved solution material, (b) develops two major design principles to retrieve domainspecific and high-quality solution material, and (c) evaluates the instantiations of them as a prototype with organic real-world data. The results show that previously solved tickets of a company can be pre-processed and retrieved to ITSupport staff based on their current queries.

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    booktitle = {International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology (DESRIST)},
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  • Schmitt, A., Zierau, N., Janson, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2021). Voice as a contemporary frontier of interaction design. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Voice assistants’ increasingly nuanced and natural communication bears new opportunities for user experiences and task automation, while challenging existing patterns of human-computer interaction. A fragmented research field, as well as constant technological advancements, impede a common apprehension of prevalent design features of voice-based interfaces. As part of this study, 86 papers across domains are systematically identified and analysed to arrive at a common understanding of voice assistants. The review highlights perceptual differences to other human-computer interfaces and points out relevant auditory cues. Key findings regarding those cues’ impact on user perception and behaviour are discussed along with the three design strategies 1) personification, 2) individualization and 3) contextualization. Avenues for future research are lastly deducted. Our results provide relevant opportunities to researchers and designers alike to advance the design and deployment of voice assistants.

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    across domains are systematically identified and analysed to arrive at a common understanding of voice assistants. The review highlights perceptual differences to other human-computer interfaces and points out relevant auditory cues. Key findings regarding those cues’ impact on user perception and behaviour are discussed along with the three design strategies 1) personification, 2) individualization and 3) contextualization. Avenues for future research are lastly deducted. Our results provide relevant opportunities to researchers and designers alike to advance the design and deployment of voice assistants.},
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    author = {Schmitt, Anuschka and Zierau, Naim and Janson, Andreas and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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  • Tolmeijer, S., Zierau, N., Janson, A., Wahdatehagh, J., Leimeister, J. M., & Bernstein, A.. (2021). Female by default? – exploring the effect of voice assistant gender and pitch on trait and trust attribution. Paper presented at the Conference on human factors in computing systems (chi). doi:10.1145/3411763.3451623
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Gendered voice based on pitch is a prevalent design element in many contemporary Voice Assistants (VAs) but has shown to strengthen harmful stereotypes. Interestingly, there is a dearth of research that systematically analyses user perceptions of different voice genders in VAs. This study investigates gender-stereotyping across two different tasks by analyzing the influence of pitch (low, high) and gender (women, men) on stereotypical trait ascription and trust formation in an exploratory online experiment with 234 participants. Additionally, we deploy a gender-ambiguous voice to compare against gendered voices. Our findings indicate that implicit stereotyping occurs for VAs. Moreover, we can show that there are no significant differences in trust formed towards a gender-ambiguous voice versus gendered voices, which highlights their potential for commercial usage.

    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    abstract = {Gendered voice based on pitch is a prevalent design element in many contemporary Voice Assistants (VAs) but has shown to strengthen harmful stereotypes. Interestingly, there is a dearth of research that systematically analyses user perceptions of different voice genders in VAs. This study investigates gender-stereotyping across two different tasks by analyzing the influence of pitch (low, high) and gender (women, men) on stereotypical trait ascription and trust formation in an exploratory online experiment with 234 participants. Additionally, we deploy a gender-ambiguous voice to compare against gendered voices. Our findings indicate that implicit stereotyping occurs for VAs. Moreover, we can show that there are no significant differences in trust formed towards a gender-ambiguous voice versus gendered voices, which highlights their potential for commercial usage.},
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    author = {Tolmeijer, Suzanne and Zierau, Naim and Janson, Andreas and Wahdatehagh, Jalil and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Bernstein, Abraham},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2edd211d28249449cb0a6530ff77fde80/ls_leimeister},
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    venue = {Yokohama, Japan},
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    }

  • Janson, A., Kreidel, L., Schöbel, S., Hornung, G., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2021). Datenkompetenz durch edukatives privacy nudging: zentrale prinzipien und effekte auf lernprozesse. In Stapf, I., Quinn, R. A., Friedewald, M., Heesen, J., & Krämer, N. (Eds.), In Aufwachsen in überwachten umgebungen: interdisziplinäre positionen zu privatheit und datenschutz in kindheit und jugend (, pp. 255-277). Baden-Baden, Germany: Nomos. doi:10.5771/9783748921639-255
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Die Digitalisierung verändert nicht nur unser privates, sondern auch unser Arbeitsleben. Immer mehr Daten über Individuen sind online verfügbar und werden für die Nutzung von bestimmten Online Services vorausgesetzt. Hierbei verlieren die Nutzenden oft den Überblick, wie und welche Daten sie von sich preisgeben. Dies birgt nicht nur das Risiko der Preisgabe von privaten Daten, sondern auch unternehmensseitig das Risiko, dass wichtige Daten außerhalb des Unternehmens veröffentlicht werden. Hier kann das Konzept des digitalen Nudgings angewandt werden, welches nunmehr auch als edukatives Privacy Nudging genutzt werden kann. Das Konzept bezweckt, Individuen durch bestimmte Elemente wie beispielsweise Defaults zu Verhaltensänderungen anzuregen. Dieser Beitrag hat zum Ziel, einen Überblick darüber zu geben, welche Privacy Nudges es im edukativen Bereich gibt und wie diese mit verschiedenen Lerntheorien in Einklang gebracht werden können. Der Text soll Forschern und Praktikern eine Orientierung geben, selbst edukative Privacy Nudges zu gestalten und endet mit einem Fallbeispiel, das aufzeigt wie einfache Gestaltungsänderungen Individuen dazu anregen können, sich privatheitsfreundlicher zu verhalten und sorgsamer mit ihren privaten Daten umzugehen.

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    address = {Baden-Baden, Germany},
    author = {Janson, Andreas and Kreidel, Leonie and Schöbel, Sofia and Hornung, Gerrit and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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    booktitle = {Aufwachsen in überwachten Umgebungen: Interdisziplinäre Positionen zu Privatheit und Datenschutz in Kindheit und Jugend},
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  • Eilers, K., Simmert, B., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2021). Why the agile mindset matters. Paper presented at the Academy of management annual meeting (aom).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Volatility, uncertainty, ambiguity, and complexity (VUCA) are drivers in today’s business world. Therefore, an increasing number of organizations implement agility (agile methods) to cope with the rapid and accelerating change. However, these agile transformations do not succeed unhindered, and some fail. One reason for that is the employees lacking an agile mindset and they do not support or participate in the transformation. So far, knowledge of the agile mindset is in its infancy. A conceptualization for developing a measuring instrument on the individual level is lacking. Furthermore, the relevance of the agile mindset regarding organizational performance in a VUCA world is still unclear. Our study aims to close this gap. To do so, we examine the agile mindset with 15 qualitative interviews and conduct an online survey (N=449) to predict organizational agility and organizational performance based on the agile mindset. As for results, we conceptualize the agile mindset as an attitude that comprises four dimensions: ’learning spirit’, ‘collaborative exchange’, ‘empowered self-guiding’, and ‘iterative value creation’. We have found an indirect effect of the agile mindset affecting organizational performance towards organizational agility. These findings contribute to the agility and management research by providing both a conceptualization and a measuring instrument for the agile mindset. Furthermore, the agile mindset´s relevance in agile transformation is explained and its relation to organizational performance outlined. For successful agile transformation, executives must focus on the agile mindset of their employees and foster this by e.g. being a role model.

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    author = {Eilers, Karen and Simmert, Benedikt and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2258f14f39a7cb8072e3d3fd4c7e9625c/ls_leimeister},
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  • Peters, C., Schmidt, S., Li, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2021). Hybrid intelligenter service support: wie die mitarbeitenden selbstbestimmt den it-support durch künstliche intelligenz aufwerten. Service today, 35(1/21), 66-67.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2021-03-15T12:00:11.000+0100},
    author = {Peters, Christoph and Schmidt, Simon and Li, Mahei and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2fc2d90da76cf1478c2ede6d7f4da488b/ls_leimeister},
    editor = {e.V. (KVD), Kundendienst-Verband Deutschland},
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    language = {german},
    month = feb,
    number = {1/21},
    pages = {66-67},
    timestamp = {2021-06-17T14:50:17.000+0200},
    title = {Hybrid intelligenter Service Support: Wie die Mitarbeitenden selbstbestimmt den IT-Support durch künstliche Intelligenz aufwerten},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/JML_816.pdf},
    volume = 35,
    year = 2021
    }

  • Simmert, B., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2021). Interne crowd work als innovative form der arbeitsorganisation. Service today : das magazin für entscheider aus service, marketing, logistik und technik, 35(1/21).
    [BibTeX]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2021-03-09T15:20:30.000+0100},
    author = {Simmert, Benedikt and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/243f674f47202463aaaeab3c22ffe1a9f/ls_leimeister},
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    language = {german},
    month = feb,
    number = {1/21},
    timestamp = {2021-03-09T15:39:07.000+0100},
    title = {Interne Crowd Work als innovative Form der Arbeitsorganisation},
    volume = 35,
    year = 2021
    }

  • Winkler, R., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2021). Enhancing problem-solving skills with smart personal assistant technology. Computers & education, 165, 104148. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compedu.2021.104148
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Smart Personal Assistants (SPAs; such as Amazon’s Alexa or Google’s Assistant) let users interact with computers in a more natural and sophisticated way that was not possible before. Although there exists an increasing amount of research of SPA technology in education, empirical evidence of its ability to offer dynamic scaffolding to enhance students problem-solving skills is still scarce. To fill this gap, the aim of this paper is to find out whether interactions with scaffolding-based SPA technology enable students to internalize and apply problem-solving steps on their own in a 10th grade high school and a vocational business school class. Students in the experiment classes completed their assignments using Smart Personal Assistants, whereas students in the control classes completed the same assignments using traditional methods. This study used a mixed-method approach consisting of two field quasi-experiments and one post-experiment focus group discussion. The empirical results revealed that students in the experiment classes acquired significantly more problem-solving skills than those in the control classes (Study 1: p = 0.0396, study 2: p < 0.001), and also uncovered several changes in students’ learning processes. The findings provide first empirical evidence for the value of using SPA technology on skill development in general, and on problem-solving skill development in particular.

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    abstract = {Smart Personal Assistants (SPAs; such as Amazon’s Alexa or Google’s Assistant) let users interact with computers in a more natural and sophisticated way that was not possible before. Although there exists an increasing amount of research of SPA technology in education, empirical evidence of its ability to offer dynamic scaffolding to enhance students problem-solving skills is still scarce. To fill this gap, the aim of this paper is to find out whether interactions with scaffolding-based SPA technology enable students to internalize and apply problem-solving steps on their own in a 10th grade high school and a vocational business school class. Students in the experiment classes completed their assignments using Smart Personal Assistants, whereas students in the control classes completed the same assignments using traditional methods. This study used a mixed-method approach consisting of two field quasi-experiments and one post-experiment focus group discussion. The empirical results revealed that students in the experiment classes acquired significantly more problem-solving skills than those in the control classes (Study 1: p = 0.0396, study 2: p < 0.001), and also uncovered several changes in students’ learning processes. The findings provide first empirical evidence for the value of using SPA technology on skill development in general, and on problem-solving skill development in particular.},
    added-at = {2021-02-02T14:52:09.000+0100},
    author = {Winkler, Rainer and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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    language = {english},
    month = may,
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    timestamp = {2021-07-13T15:32:26.000+0200},
    title = {Enhancing Problem-Solving Skills with Smart Personal Assistant Technology},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/JML_824.pdf},
    volume = 165,
    year = 2021
    }

  • Benner, D., & Schöbel, S.. (2021). A theory-driven design science research agenda towards gamified videos. Paper presented at the International conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), Duisburg-Essen, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Digitalization has opened new opportunities but also brought new challenges such as lower engagement of students in online training. Especially learning videos need to be changed in their design and structure to make them more engaging for users. So far, overarching design principles are missing that support the development of gamified learning videos. In our research in progress paper we present an overarching approach on how to develop meaningful gamified learning videos. With our design science research approach, we plan to derive design principles and design features from our state-of-the-art design requirements. Additionally, we will conduct a field experiment to put our theoretical contributions to test and gather practical insights. Our research contributes to theory, by clarifying how and why gamified videos can support better learning. In a long run, practical contributions can be given to developers about how to construct gamified learning videos.

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    abstract = {Digitalization has opened new opportunities but also brought new challenges such as lower engagement of students in online training. Especially learning videos need to be changed in their design and structure to make them more engaging for users. So far, overarching design principles are missing that support the development of gamified learning videos. In our research in progress paper we present an overarching approach on how to develop meaningful gamified learning videos. With our design science research approach, we plan to derive design principles and design features from our state-of-the-art design requirements. Additionally, we will conduct a field experiment to put our theoretical contributions to test and gather practical insights. Our research contributes to theory, by clarifying how and why gamified videos can support better learning. In a long run, practical contributions can be given to developers about how to construct gamified learning videos.},
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  • Benner, D., Schöbel, S., & Janson, A.. (2021). Exploring the state-of-the-art of persuasive design for smart personal assistants. Paper presented at the International conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), Duisburg-Essen, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Driven by technological advances, smart personal assistants (SPA) have gained importance in human-computer interaction. SPAs can influence user behavior and persuade them towards an outcome. However, users often lack motivated to interact with SPAs. One way to support this interaction is persuasive system design; considering concepts as gamification and/or digital nudging. Although SPA research has increased recently, there is still no shared knowledge about persuasive designs. Therefore, we aim to identify the current state-of-the-art for persuasive SPA design to understand how interactions and designs can be improved referring to persuasive system design. Thus, we conduct a systematic literature analysis to represent how gamification and digital nudging are used to design SPAs and conclude if and how those concepts can support SPA interactions. Consequently, we contribute to theory, providing better understanding about SPA interaction and design making SPAs more engaging and entertaining. Practitioners can use this contribution for persuasive SPA designs.

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    abstract = {Driven by technological advances, smart personal assistants (SPA) have gained importance in human-computer interaction. SPAs can influence user behavior and persuade them towards an outcome. However, users often lack motivated to interact with SPAs. One way to support this interaction is persuasive system design; considering concepts as gamification and/or digital nudging. Although SPA research has increased recently, there is still no shared knowledge about persuasive designs. Therefore, we aim to identify the current state-of-the-art for persuasive SPA design to understand how interactions and designs can be improved referring to persuasive system design. Thus, we conduct a systematic literature analysis to represent how gamification and digital nudging are used to design SPAs and conclude if and how those concepts can support SPA interactions. Consequently, we contribute to theory, providing better understanding about SPA interaction and design making SPAs more engaging and entertaining. Practitioners can use this contribution for persuasive SPA designs.},
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    venue = {Duisburg-Essen, Germany},
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  • Dickhaut, E., Janson, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2021). The hidden value of patterns – using design patterns to whitebox technology development in legal assessments. Paper presented at the International conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Higher legal standards with regards to data protection of individuals such as the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) increase the pressure on developing lawful technologies. The development requires feedback from stakeholders such as legal experts that lack technical knowledge but are required to understand IT artifacts. As a solution, patterns can support interdisciplinary system development. We demonstrate how interdisciplinary patterns can support legal experts in arguing about technologies in court by introducing a law simulation study which is a well-known evaluation method in law. Our results show that patterns support legal experts in their argumentation about technologies in court. We provide theoretical contributions concerning cognitive fit theory about how patterns act as a bridge between the internal and external representation of problems and improve problem-solving performance related to the legal assessment of technology. In addition, we provide practical guidance for codifying and communicating design knowledge through patterns.

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    abstract = {Higher legal standards with regards to data protection of individuals such as the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) increase the pressure on developing lawful technologies. The development requires feedback from stakeholders such as legal experts that lack technical knowledge but are required to understand IT artifacts. As a solution, patterns can support interdisciplinary system development. We demonstrate how interdisciplinary patterns can support legal experts in arguing about technologies in court by introducing a law simulation study which is a well-known evaluation method in law. Our results show that patterns support legal experts in their argumentation about technologies in court. We provide theoretical contributions concerning cognitive fit theory about how patterns act as a bridge between the internal and external representation of problems and improve problem-solving performance related to the legal assessment of technology. In addition, we provide practical guidance for codifying and communicating design knowledge through patterns. },
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    address = {University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany},
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    }

  • Zierau, N., Flock, K., Janson, A., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2021). The influence of ai-based chatbots and their design on users’ trust and information sharing in online loan applications. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Based on recent advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI), chatbots are now increasingly offered as an alternative source of customer service. For their uptake user trust in critical. However, little is known about how these interfaces fundamentally influence trust perceptions. In particular, it’s unclear what exactly causes perceptual differences - the change towards a conversational interface or the usage of anthropomorphic design elements. In this study, an online experiment with 160 participants was conducted to examine the differential effects of conversational interaction and anthropomorphism on trust in the interface or the provider within the context of online loan applications. The results show that both treatment conditions affect trust in the interface and the provider by increasing perceptions of social presence. Meanwhile, trust in the interface significantly effects the intention to share information, while trust in the provider has no effect on behavioral intention.

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    abstract = {Based on recent advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI), chatbots are now increasingly offered as an alternative source of customer service. For their uptake user trust in critical. However, little is known about how these interfaces fundamentally influence trust perceptions. In particular, it’s unclear what exactly causes perceptual differences - the change towards a conversational interface or the usage of anthropomorphic design elements. In this study, an online experiment with 160 participants was conducted to examine the differential effects of conversational interaction and anthropomorphism on trust in the interface or the provider within the context of online loan applications. The results show that both treatment conditions affect trust in the interface and the provider by increasing perceptions of social presence. Meanwhile, trust in the interface significantly effects the intention to share information, while trust in the provider has no effect on behavioral intention. },
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    author = {Zierau, Naim and Flock, Korbinian and Janson, Andreas and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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    venue = {Koloa (Hawaii), USA},
    year = 2021
    }

  • Barev, T. J., Schwede, M., & Janson, A.. (2021). The dark side of privacy nudging – an experimental study in the context of a digital work environment. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Privacy nudging is a promising method to get users to disclose less personal information in digital work environments. In this work, we tested two digital privacy nudges: a social and a framing nudge. To empirically measure the effectiveness of the two privacy nudges, we developed an online experiment. We evaluated 223 data sets with the partial least squares structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) and a two-factorial Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). The results indicate that privacy nudges negatively influence information disclosure behavior. The privacy framing nudge has a direct and indirect effect, while the privacy social nudge has only an indirect effect on the information disclosure behavior. Individuals exposed to the privacy nudges perceived the stimulus as threat. Importantly, both nudges spark negative feelings. With this research, we are contributing to the discussion of what drives privacy nudge effectiveness and influences information disclosure behavior in digital work environments.

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    },
    added-at = {2020-10-27T13:11:26.000+0100},
    author = {Barev, Torben Jan and Schwede, Melanie and Janson, Andreas},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2014b54188ed3bc474f856068a53d63a0/ls_leimeister},
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    venue = {Maui, Hawaii},
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    }

  • Dickhaut, E., Li, M. M., Janson, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2021). Developing lawful technologies – a revelatory case study on design patterns. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Higher legal standards regarding the data protection of individuals, such as the European General Data Protection Regulation, increase the pressure on developing lawful systems. In the development of technologies, not only developers are involved. It also requires knowledge from other stakeholders, such as legal experts, that lack technical knowledge but are required to understand IT artifacts. We see two strings that can benefit from the use of design patterns: first, the well-known use of design patterns to support developers in case of recurring problems. Second, we see potential that legal experts, who have to interact with and understand complicated, novel technologies, benefit from the same patterns. We conduct a revelatory case study using design patterns to develop and assess a smart learning assistant. We scaffolded the case interpretation through the human-centered view of socio-materiality and provide contributions concerning the use of design patterns in the development and assessment of lawful technologies.

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    added-at = {2020-10-21T16:06:06.000+0200},
    author = {Dickhaut, Ernestine and Li, Mahei Manhai and Janson, Andreas and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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    venue = {Maui, Hawaii},
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  • Mrass, V., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2021). How companies can benefit from interlinking external crowds and internal employees. Management information systems quarterly executive (misqe), 20(1), 17-38.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Based on insights from an engineering design project conducted by Airbus and Local Motors, we describe how companies can leverage hybrid working by interlinking external crowds and internal employees, to increase the agility, quality and speed of product development. We identify the benefits and risks of hybrid working and describe the different ways of interlinking external crowds and internal employees. Finally, we provide recommendations for company executives who want to explore the use of hybrid working.

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    describe the different ways of interlinking external crowds and internal employees.
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    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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    volume = 20,
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  • Knote, R., Janson, A., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2021). Value co-creation in smart services: a functional affordances perspective on smart personal assistants. Journal of the association for information systems, 22(2), 418-458. doi:10.17705/1jais.00667
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In the realm of smart services, smart personal assistants (SPAs) have become a popular medium for value co-creation between service providers and users. The market success of SPAs is largely based on their innovative material properties, such as natural language user interfaces, machine-learning-powered request handling and service provision, and anthropomorphism. In different combinations, these properties offer users entirely new ways to intuitively and interactively achieve their goals and, thus, co-create value with service providers. But how does the nature of the SPA shape value co-creation processes? In this paper, we look through a functional affordances lens to theorize about the effects of different types of SPAs (i.e., with different combinations of material properties) on users' value co-creation processes. Specifically, we collected SPAs from research and practice by reviewing scientific literature and web resources, developed a taxonomy of SPAs' material properties, and performed a cluster analysis to group SPAs of a similar nature. We then derived 2 general and 11 cluster-specific propositions on how different material properties of SPAs can yield different affordances for value co-creation. With our work, we point out that smart services require researchers and practitioners to fundamentally rethink value co-creation as well as revise affordances theory to address the dynamic nature of smart technology as a service counterpart.

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    author = {Knote, Robin and Janson, Andreas and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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2020

  • Elshan, E., & Ebel, P.. (2020). Let's team up: designing conversational agents as teammates. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    The success of projects is, amongst others, highly depended on the team members skillset and ability to collaborate. Hence, education has to undergo a change to keep up with the shift in the compositions of skills and knowledge needed for students. To overcome scalability issues, we propose to develop Timmy-a conversational agents (CAs) that acts as a team member. As there is a lack of concrete design knowledge concerning CAs as peers in teams, we conduct a design science research project. Based on requirements from scientific literature and expert interviews, we develop a concise set of design principles for designing CAs in peer roles in educational settings. Furthermore, we present an initial proof of concept evaluation. These insights will support researchers and practitioners to understand better how CAs can be systematically built to ameliorate the collaborative skill of students in teamwork settings.

    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    abstract = {The success of projects is, amongst others, highly depended on the team members skillset and ability to collaborate. Hence, education has to undergo a change to keep up with the shift in the compositions of skills and knowledge needed for students. To overcome scalability issues, we propose to develop Timmy-a conversational agents (CAs) that acts as a team member. As there is a lack of concrete design knowledge concerning CAs as peers in teams, we conduct a design science research project. Based on requirements from scientific literature and expert interviews, we develop a concise set of design principles for designing CAs in peer roles in educational settings. Furthermore, we present an initial proof of concept evaluation. These insights will support researchers and practitioners to understand better how CAs can be systematically built to ameliorate the collaborative skill of students in teamwork settings.},
    added-at = {2021-05-22T14:34:02.000+0200},
    author = {Elshan, Edona and Ebel, Philipp},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/24c920b2fcf8f28dd4713605ceb70bcce/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
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    month = dec,
    timestamp = {2021-07-07T17:11:30.000+0200},
    title = {Let's Team Up: Designing Conversational Agents as Teammates},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/JML_823.pdf},
    venue = {Online / Hyderabad, India},
    year = 2020
    }

  • Grotherr, C., Li, M., Schymanietz, M., Fritzsche, A., Semmann, M., Peters, C., Böhmann, T., Leimeister, J. M., & Möslein, K. M.. (2020). Gestaltungsdimensionen der digitalisierung – wie dienstleistungssysteme den wandel antreiben und welche faktoren eine rolle spielen. In Dienstleistungsinnovationen durch digitalisierung (, pp. 277-325). Berlin/Heidelberg, Germany: Springer gabler. doi:10.1007/978-3-662-62144-8_6
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In Zeiten der Digitalisierung nimmt Informationstechnologie eine Schlüsselrolle im Modernisierungsprozess von Unternehmen ein. Zugleich bringt die Softwareeinführung das Risiko mit sich, den intendierten Nutzen nicht zu realisieren. Durch eine Dienstleistungssystem-Perspektive erscheint die Einbindung der Nutzer in die Softwareeinführung ein vielversprechender Ansatz. Das Ziel des Projektes ExTEND – Engineering von Dienstleistungssystemen für nutzergenerierte Dienstleistungen ist es daher, Nutzer in die Softwareeinführung nach dem Leitbild „Dienstleistungen von Nutzern für Nutzer“ zu befähigen, aktiv einen Beitrag zu der Gestaltung der Arbeitsumgebung zu leisten. Hieraus resultieren IT-gestützte Servicebausteine, in denen Nutzer sich gegenseitige Hilfestellungen geben und Handlungsalternativen in der Softwareeinführung aufzeigen. Durch ein Pilotierungsvorgehen werden die Servicebausteine in drei Anwendungsfeldern entwickelt und pilotiert. Hieraus resultiert evidenzbasiertes Gestaltungswissen für die Entwicklung von nutzergenerierten Dienstleistungen. Darüber hinaus wird ein Mehrebenenmodell für die Gestaltung von Dienstleistungssystemen vorgestellt, welches die Entwicklung von Dienstleistungssystemen unterstützt und über traditionelle Ansätze des Service Engineerings hinausgeht.

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    author = {Grotherr, Christian and Li, Mahei and Schymanietz, Martin and Fritzsche, Albrecht and Semmann, Martin and Peters, Christoph and Böhmann, Tilo and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Möslein, Kathrin M.},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2524190544995d73b22a6213a217843c7/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Dienstleistungsinnovationen durch Digitalisierung},
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  • Bretschneider, U.. (2020). Which motivations boost idea quality? exploring the impact of customers' motives for participating in virtual ideas communities on ideation outcome. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Marrakesch, Marokko.
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    For practice it is important to leverage ideas of high quality from Virtual Ideas Communities (VIC). Therefore, firms that run such VIC have a strong interest in understanding which factors impact customers’ ideation outcome. This research investigates the influence of customers’ motivation factors for developing ideas on the quality of their ideas. So far, empirical studies that provide evidence on this association are neglected, although these insights would be highly beneficial for firms in their role as operator of VIC. Knowing the factors that have a positive influence will provide valuable insights into how to design effective incentive strategies that attract corresponding customer motivations and, in turn, will lead to higher levels of idea quality. In this research-in-progress paper we build a theoretical model explaining which of customers‘ motives for developing ideas have a positive impact on their ideation outcome.

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  • Lipusch, N., Dellermann, D., Bretschneider, U., Ebel, P., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Designing for crowdfunding co-creation: how to leverage the potential of backers for product development. Business & information systems engineering (bise), 62(6), 483-499. doi:10.1007/s12599-019-00628-w
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    Crowdfunding is now established as a valid alternative to conventional methods of financing for startups. Unfortunately, to date, research has not investigated how backers can be encouraged to support entrepreneurs beyond funding. The aim of this study is to design and evaluate certain design elements for reward-based crowdfunding platforms that can engage backers in co-creational activities for product development. The study uses a design science research (DSR) approach and the theoretical concept of psychological ownership to inform a new design and then experimentally test that design. The results suggest that the derived artifacts positively influence co-creational activities in crowdfunding and that feelings of psychological ownership play an important mediating role. The contribution of this research is threefold. First, this paper extends crowdfunding’s application potential from merely a method of financing to a method of value creation with customers for product development. Second, the study advances DSR by applying a new DSR approach that shows whether a design performs as hypothesized by theory. Third, this research allows the exploration of backers’ individual behavior as opposed to their collective behavior.

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  • Bretschneider, U., Ebel, P. A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Open business model innovation via the internet: how digital technologies can improve the quality of business models. International journal of innovation and technology management (ijitm). doi:10.1142/S0219877020400040
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    Increasingly, firms follow the strategy of open business model innovation via the Internet. In this form of digital innovation management, firms make use of Internet platforms that allow them to integrate external customers and other stakeholders for (re-)innovation of their business models. However, the used IT tools on these Internet platforms suffer from not being able to merge the content of multiple users in an adequate way, thus the resulting business models suffer from low degrees of quality. Against this backdrop, in this research, we propose to equip these Internet platforms with a wiki technology. This would allow users to add to each other’s content, to make changes or to correct mistakes. In our action design research (ADR), we could empirically validate that this leads to a higher quality in terms of business models’ degree of elaboration. Since research that focusses on the design of Internet-based open BMI is still neglected, our research contributes to the literature base by being the first that answers ongoing open calls for research on this phenomenon of interest.

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  • Kunz, M. M., Bretschneider, U., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Reward-based crowdfunding. In Kollmann, T. (Ed.), Handbuch digitale wirtschaft (1 ed., pp. 755-787). Wiesbaden, Germany: Springer gabler. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-17291-6_88
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    Crowdfunding unterstützt neue Start-ups dabei, den Finanzierungsbedarf der ersten Unternehmensphase zu überwinden. Dieser Bedarf wird über die Unterstützung einer Vielzahl an Geldgebern mit kleinen Geldbeträgen realisiert. Das Ziel dieses Beitrages ist, den aktuellen Stand der Erfolgsfaktorenforschung im reward-based Crowdfunding zu reflektieren und auf Basis einer qualitativen Expertenbefragung um noch nicht betrachtete Aspekte zu erweitern. Durch dieses Vorgehen erhalten Projektinitiatoren einen Katalog an die Hand, der ihnen dabei hilft die Erfolgschancen eigener Kampagnen zu steigern.

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  • Dickhaut, E., Miedzianowski, N., Jandt, S., Janson, A., Knote, R., Leimeister, J. M., Roßnagel, A., Söllner, M., & Thies, L. F.. (2020). Handlungsbroschüre. anforderungs- und entwurfsmuster zur rechtsverträglichen und qualitätszentrierten gestaltung kontextsensitiver applikationen (aneka). handlungsempfehlungen zur gestaltung von anforderungs- und entwurfsmustern (Vol. 10). Kassel, Germany: Iteg technical reports. doi:10.17170/kobra-202012082409
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    Im Rahmen des DFG-geförderten Projekts AnEkA „Anforderungs- und Entwurfsmuster zur rechtsverträglichen und qualitätszentrierten Gestaltung kontextsensitiver Applikationen“ wurden Anforderungs- und Entwurfsmuster für die Gestaltung rechtsverträglicher, aber gleichermaßen qualitätszentrierter smarter persönlicher Assistenten erstellt. Neben einem umfangreichen Musterkatalog hat das Projektteam ein Vorgehen für die Erstellung von Entwurfsmustern erarbeitet. Die Handlungsbroschüre soll zunächst eine Einführung in die Thematik der rechtsverträglichen und qualitätszentrierten Entwicklung geben und das Potential des Einsatzes von Anforderungs- und Entwurfsmustern aufzeigen. Darauf aufbauend werden das methodische Vorgehen, wie Muster zu erstellen sind, sowie die im Projekt erstellten Anforderungs- und Entwurfsmuster anhand von einigen Beispielen inhaltlich vorgestellt. Abschließend werden Handlungsempfehlungen für die Erstellung und den Einsatz von Anforderungs- und Entwurfsmustern gegeben. Im Anhang werden alle im Forschungsprojekt AnEkA erarbeiteten Anforderungs- und Entwurfsmuster zur weiteren Nutzung zur Verfügung gestellt.

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  • Dickhaut, E., Thies, L. F., Janson, A., Leimeister, J. M., & Söllner, M.. (2020). Entwurfsmuster für die interdisziplinäre gestaltung rechtsverträglicher systeme. In Forum privatheit .
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  • Leimeister, J. M., Dickhaut, E., & Janson, A.. (2020). Der ansatz von mustern zur systematischen steigerung der rechtsverträglichkeit und dienstleistungsqualität bei der entwicklung soziotechnischer systeme. In Hentschel, A., Hornung, G., & Jandt, S. (Eds.), In Mensch - technik - umwelt: verantwortung für eine sozialverträgliche zukunft. festschrift für alexander roßnagel zum 70. geburtstag (, pp. 131-147). Baden-Baden, Deutschland: Nomos.
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  • Alt, R., Leimeister, J. M., Priemuth, T., Sachse, S., Urbach, N., & Wunderlich, N.. (2020). Software-defined business – implications for it management. Business & information systems engineering, 62(6), 609–621. doi:10.1007/s12599-020-00669-6
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In August 2011 the Wall Street Journal published an essay by Netscape co-founder Marc Andreessen titled “Why software is eating the world”. He argues that “more and more major businesses and industries are being run on software and delivered as online services—from movies to agriculture to national defense. Many of the winners are Silicon Valley-style entrepreneurial technology companies that are invading and overturning established industry structures. […] Companies in every industry need to assume that a software revolution is coming.” (Andreessen 2011). By pointing at examples in various industries from automotive and banking to defense, healthcare, music, retailing, and telecommunications, he illustrates the transformational power of information technology (IT) and software in particular. The discussion is not new and dates back to the early 2000s. For example, Power and Jerjian (2001, p. 99) mention for Heathrow airport that “software is the thing that runs the airport” and in a biological analogy they consider software to be the nervous system. Meanwhile, the large “big tech” software companies (e.g., GAFAM, BATX) have impressively confirmed this development: their digital platforms have spread over many industries with an impact on processes (e.g., interaction and transaction), on products (e.g., app stores and services) as well as on business models (e.g., streaming and as-a-service models). The recent tech-portmanteaus (e.g., Fintech, Insurtech, Regtech) also reflect the attitude of these startup businesses, which perceive themselves rather as IT (tech) companies than as representatives of the industry they are aiming to transform (Meijer and Kapoor 2014). In the same vein, the high valuation of Tesla Motors since early 2020 spurred an intense debate of whether the company is in the automotive or the tech business (e.g., Klebnikov 2020). Obviously, these developments have numerous implications for the field of IT management, which were discussed during a panel at the 82nd Annual German Business Researcher Conference on March 18, 2020. The panel builds on prior discussions regarding the impact of digitalization on IT management. For example, a BISE discussion section in 2017 addressed the implications of the broad trend of digitalization for the field of Business Information Systems Engineering and pointed out new topics, such as digital innovation and transformation, which complement existing competencies (e.g., in modeling and managing enterprise IT). The discussion revealed strong arguments for the strategic role of IT and that business and IT departments as well as academia and practice need to collaborate more closely (Legner et al. 2017). While these statements adopted a rather broad perspective, another discussion section focused on “the impact of digitalization on the IT department” (Urbach et al. 2019). It mentioned important and intricate challenges: On the one hand, IT departments need to move closer to the business units and, on the other hand, they need to constantly update their technological skills in an environment with a high pace of technological innovation. In a world “eaten by software” these developments are equally prevalent and lead to the question how businesses address these challenges, in particular, how they assess the dominant role of software, how activities in managing the software lifecycle should be organized, and what the implications are for the BISE community.

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    Obviously, these developments have numerous implications for the field of IT management, which were discussed during a panel at the 82nd Annual German Business Researcher Conference on March 18, 2020. The panel builds on prior discussions regarding the impact of digitalization on IT management. For example, a BISE discussion section in 2017 addressed the implications of the broad trend of digitalization for the field of Business Information Systems Engineering and pointed out new topics, such as digital innovation and transformation, which complement existing competencies (e.g., in modeling and managing enterprise IT). The discussion revealed strong arguments for the strategic role of IT and that business and IT departments as well as academia and practice need to collaborate more closely (Legner et al. 2017). While these statements adopted a rather broad perspective, another discussion section focused on “the impact of digitalization on the IT department” (Urbach et al. 2019). It mentioned important and intricate challenges: On the one hand, IT departments need to move closer to the business units and, on the other hand, they need to constantly update their technological skills in an environment with a high pace of technological innovation. In a world “eaten by software” these developments are equally prevalent and lead to the question how businesses address these challenges, in particular, how they assess the dominant role of software, how activities in managing the software lifecycle should be organized, and what the implications are for the BISE community.},
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    author = {Alt, Rainer and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Priemuth, Thomas and Sachse, Stephan and Urbach, Nils and Wunderlich, Nico},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2523626bca5afc7cf2324738338ae9ab0/ls_leimeister},
    doi = {10.1007/s12599-020-00669-6},
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    volume = 62,
    year = 2020
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  • Li, M. M., Bronner, E., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Künstliche intelligenz und menschliche kompetenz zur automatisierung und personalisierung von dienstleistungen am beispiel des support. In Bruhn, M., & Hadwich, K. (Eds.), In Automatisierung und personalisierung von dienstleistungen Wiesbaden, Deutschland: Springer gabler. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-30168-2_9
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Der Beitrag beleuchtet Möglichkeiten, wie der zunehmenden Komplexität digitaler Dienstleistungen und den einhergehenden Herausforderungen für den IT-Support mithilfe von künstlicher Intelligenz, begegnet werden kann, um personalisiert Nutzerprobleme durch das Automatisierungspotenzial von Chatbots, lösen zu können. Der Beitrag stellt somit die Grundlagen dar, um theoriegeleitet ein Support-System zu entwickeln, das klassischen Support mit Crowdsupport kombiniert und um einem Chatbot ergänzt. Es werden Potenziale aufgezeigt die Effizienz und Qualität im IT-Support zu erhöhen, IT-Mitarbeitende zu entlasten sowie Mitarbeitenden in die Support-Struktur miteinzubeziehen.

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    author = {Li, Mahei Manhei and Bronner, Esther and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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  • Winkler, R., Hobert, S., Salovaara, A., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Sara, the lecturer: improving learning in online education with a scaffolding-based conversational agents. Paper presented at the Computer human interaction conference (chi).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Enrollment in online courses has sharply increased in higher education. Although online education can be scaled to large audiences, the lack of interaction between educators and learners is difficult to replace and remains a primary challenge in the field. Conversational agents may alleviate this problem by engaging in natural interaction and by scaffolding learners’ understanding similarly to educators. However, whether this approach can also be used to enrich online video lectures has largely remained unknown. We developed Sara, a conversational agent that appears during an online video lecture. She provides scaffolds by voice and text when needed and includes a voice-based input mode. An evaluation with 182 learners in a 2 x 2 lab experiment demonstrated that Sara, compared to more traditional conversational agents, significantly improved learning in a programming task. This study highlights the importance of including scaffolding and voice-based conversational agents in online videos to improve meaningful learning.

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    author = {Winkler, Rainer and Hobert, Sebastian and Salovaara, Antti and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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  • Wambsganss, T., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Design and evaluation of an adaptive dialog-based tutoring system for argumentation skills. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis 2020).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Recent advances in Natural Language Processing not only bear the opportunity to design new dialog-based forms of human-computer interaction but also to analyze the argumentation quality of texts. Both can be leveraged to provide students with individual and adaptive tutoring in their personal learning journey to develop argumentation skills. Therefore, we present the results of our design science research project on how to design an adaptive dialog-based tutoring system to help students to learn how to argue. Our results indicate the usefulness of an adaptive dialog-based tutoring system to support students individually, independent of a human instructor, time and place. In addition to providing our embedded software artifact, we document our evaluated design knowledge as a design theory. Thus, we provide the first step toward a nascent design theory for adaptive conversational tutoring systems to individual support metacognition skill education of students in traditional learning scenarios.

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    abstract = {Recent advances in Natural Language Processing not only bear the opportunity to design new dialog-based forms of human-computer interaction but also to analyze the argumentation quality of texts. Both can be leveraged to provide students with individual and adaptive tutoring in their personal learning journey to develop argumentation skills. Therefore, we present the results of our design science research project on how to design an adaptive dialog-based tutoring system to help students to learn how to argue. Our results indicate the usefulness of an adaptive dialog-based tutoring system to support students individually, independent of a human instructor, time and place. In addition to providing our embedded software artifact, we document our evaluated design knowledge as a design theory. Thus, we provide the first step toward a nascent design theory for adaptive conversational tutoring systems to individual support metacognition skill education of students in traditional learning scenarios.},
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    author = {Wambsganss, Thiemo and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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  • Wambsganss, T., Niklaus, C., Söllner, M., Handschuh, S., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). A corpus for argumentative writing support in german. Paper presented at the 28th international conference on computational linguistics (coling).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In this paper, we present a novel annotation approach to capture claims and premises of arguments and their relations in student-written persuasive peer reviews on business models in Ger-man language. We propose an annotation scheme based on annotation guidelines that allows to model claims and premises as well as support and attack relations for capturing the structure of argumentative discourse in student-written peer reviews. We conduct an annotation study with three annotators on 50 persuasive essays to evaluate our annotation scheme. The obtained inter-rater agreement of α = 0.57 for argument components and α = 0.49 for argumentative relations indicates that the proposed annotation scheme successfully guides annotators to moderate agreement. Finally, we present our freely available corpus of 1,000 persuasive student-written peer reviews on business models and our annotation guidelines to encourage future research on the design and development of argumentative writing support systems for students.

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    abstract = {In this paper, we present a novel annotation approach to capture claims and premises of arguments and their relations in student-written persuasive peer reviews on business models in Ger-man language. We propose an annotation scheme based on annotation guidelines that allows to model claims and premises as well as support and attack relations for capturing the structure of argumentative discourse in student-written peer reviews. We conduct an annotation study with three annotators on 50 persuasive essays to evaluate our annotation scheme. The obtained inter-rater agreement of α = 0.57 for argument components and α = 0.49 for argumentative relations indicates that the proposed annotation scheme successfully guides annotators to moderate agreement. Finally, we present our freely available corpus of 1,000 persuasive student-written peer reviews on business models and our annotation guidelines to encourage future research on the design and development of argumentative writing support systems for students.},
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  • Weinert, T., Thiel de Gafenco, M., & Börner, N.. (2020). Fostering interaction in higher education with deliberate design of interactive learning videos. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Interactive learning videos are increasingly used in higher education. By using interactive elements, learners can be actively involved in the learning process to enhance their interactions with the content, other learners, and the teacher. However, there are significant gaps in the design of such interactive learning videos: Mostly, instructors do not know which interaction elements they should use where in the video to support the learning process of their students. Based on a design science research approach, we develop reference guidelines to support developers in creating interactive learning videos in higher education that improve the interaction of learners. Based on Interaction Theory and a systematic collection of requirements from theory and practice, we identify research gaps and try to address them with our reference guidelines. Hence, we contribute to theory by providing generalizable reference guidelines for the development of interactive learning videos in higher education.

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    abstract = {Interactive learning videos are increasingly used in higher education. By using interactive elements, learners can be actively involved in the learning process to enhance their interactions with the content, other learners, and the teacher. However, there are significant gaps in the design of such interactive learning videos: Mostly, instructors do not know which interaction elements they should use where in the video to support the learning process of their students. Based on a design science research approach, we develop reference guidelines to support developers in creating interactive learning videos in higher education that improve the interaction of learners. Based on Interaction Theory and a systematic collection of requirements from theory and practice, we identify research gaps and try to address them with our reference guidelines. Hence, we contribute to theory by providing generalizable reference guidelines for the development of interactive learning videos in higher education.},
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    author = {Weinert, Tim and Thiel de Gafenco, Marian and Börner, Niklas},
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  • Oeste-Reiß, S., Schöbel, S., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Chunking big journeys into smaller trips: combining peer creation and gamification to design a continuing education concept for energy consultants. In vom Brocke, J., Hevner, A., & Maedche, A. (Eds.), In Design science research. cases (pp. 229-259). Springer, cham. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-46781-4_10
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Designing socio-technical systems like IT-supported teaching-learning systems that motivate learners while at the same time stimulating knowledge transfer has become challenging. Teaching-learning techniques that consist of a social context that interacts with and is supported by information technologies are often bundled in a holistic design artifact. To explore a socio-technical design artifact, one must recognize that it consists of several sub-artifacts, each of which must have its own design approach. We introduce the research approach of designing and piloting the IT-supported teaching-learning concept, sensitized to the demand of distinguishing among several socio-technical sub-artifacts. We present the purpose of our design science research (DSR) journey and differentiate among several design artifacts, each of which make prescriptive knowledge contributions and, thus, represent diverse types of theory in information systems. The first artifact is a Peer Creation Process for enhancing knowledge transfer and documentation, which contributes to a nascent design theory. The second artifact is a User-Centered Process to gamify LMSs, which contributes to a theory of design and action. We describe the DSR journey that was part of the project StaySmart, the purpose of which was to design and evaluate a teaching-learning concept for knowledge workers. Teaching-learning artifacts usually have one purpose: to design and evaluate the learning experience. However, designing such artifacts requires identifying their sub-purposes, which leads to designing and evaluating several design artifacts, which we call teaching-learning techniques, so a holistic design artifact usually has several design artifacts. Therefore, the project makes distinct prescriptive knowledge contributions and has the potential to create distinct types of theory in information systems. Our case provides guidance in developing artifacts for a holistic design artifact and in understanding how such artifacts can be separated into sub-artifacts that have their own design science approaches.

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    author = {Oeste-Reiß, Sarah and Schöbel, Sofia and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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  • Schöbel, S., Janson, A., & Söllner, M.. (2020). Capturing the complexity of gamification elements: a holistic approach for analysing existing and deriving novel gamification designs. European journal on information systems (ejis), 29(6), 641-668. doi:0.1080/0960085X.2020.1796531
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Gamification is a well-known approach that refers to the use of elements to increase the motivation of information systems users. A remaining challenge in gamification is that no shared understanding of the meaning and classification of gamification elements currently exists. This impedes guidance concerning analysis and development of gamification concepts, and often results in non-effective gamification designs. The goal of our research is to consolidate current gamification research and rigorously develop a taxonomy, as well as to demonstrate how a systematic classification of gamification elements can provide guidance for the gamification of information systems and improve understanding of existing gamification concepts. To achieve our goal, we develop a taxonomic classification of gamification elements before evaluating this taxonomy using expert interviews. Furthermore, we provide evidence as to the taxonomy’s feasibility using two practical cases: First, we show how our taxonomy helps to analyse existing gamification concepts; second, we show how our taxonomy can be used for guiding the gamification of information systems. We enrich theory by introducing a novel taxonomy to better explain the characteristics of gamification elements, which will be valuable for both gamification analysis and design. This paper will help guide practitioners to select and combine gamification elements for their gamification concepts.

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    title = {Capturing the complexity of gamification elements: a holistic approach for analysing existing and deriving novel gamification designs},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/JML_803.pdf},
    volume = 29,
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  • Lowry, P. B., Petter, S., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Desperately seeking the artefacts and the foundations of native theory in gamification research: why information systems researchers can play a legitimate role in this discourse and how they can better contribute. European journal of information systems (ejis), 29(4). doi:10.1080/0960085X.2020.1841574.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Gamification has taken the world by storm. Regardless of where one stands on gamification, it can aptly be described as interesting but also galvanising and controversial. We are pleased to write a provocative editorial to kick off this special issue on gamification in the European Journal of Information Systems. Our position is that the information systems (IS) discipline has the opportunity to play an outsized role in navigating the discourse of gamification-an increasingly influential, interdisciplinary discourse in research and practice. We assert that active engagement in the gamification discourse is a compelling IS research opportunity, given the growing, globalised platform-based economy. Consequently, we frame our editorial with the knowledge we have gained as IS researchers who engage in gamification research in an effort to share what we have learned about artefacts and original theorisation with both IS and gamification scholars. We do so by proposing a pragmatic path forward for gamification and IS researchers who wish to contribute to these related discourses, both individually and in the form of the combined IS-gamification discourse. We propose a framework of three practices that we are confident can more systematically generate the key theoretical artefacts needed to generate native theory in the IS-gamification discourse and hence to improve the associated research and practice. Foundational to this framework is our paradigm, which advocates active engagement with IS-gamification research and practice, as bridged by a strong focus on design thinking and generating artefacts that are foundational to theory generation.

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  • Eilers, K., Simmert, B., & Peters, C.. (2020). Doing agile vs. being agile - understanding their effects to improve agile work. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Companies show a growing demand in corporate agility. The effects of so-called doing and being agile are the key for positive outcomes in agile work. Scrum is used by companies to make them more agile. The present study examines the interaction of doing agile (leadership, work design) and being agile (individual characteristics, empowerment) in relation to satisfaction and commitment based on an online survey of 129 Scrum development team members. The results show that work design and leadership impact empowerment and that the latter leads to both job satisfaction and commitment. Team orientation has no effect. Openness for new actions moderates the relationship between work design and the outcome variables. The results can be used in practice to increase the satisfaction and commitment within Scrum. They provide an insight into the impact structure within Scrum and are thus also the basis for future research.

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  • Schöbel, S., Schomberg, S., Barev, T. J., Grote, T., Janson, A., Hornung, G., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Zum datenschutz gestupst? gestaltungsorientierte entwicklung von privacy nudges vor dem hintergrund ethischer und rechtlicher leitlinien. Paper presented at the Forum privatheit.
    [BibTeX]
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    author = {Schöbel, Sofia and Schomberg, Sabrina and Barev, Torben Jan and Grote, Thomas and Janson, Andreas and Hornung, Gerrit and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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  • Zierau, N., Elshan, E., Visini, C., & Janson, A.. (2020). A review of the empirical literature on conversational agents and future research directions. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    The knowledge base related to user interaction with conversational agents (CAs) has grown dramatically but remains segregated. In this paper, we conduct a systematic literature review to investigate user interaction with CAs. We examined 107 papers published in outlets related to IS and HCI research. Then, we coded for design elements and user interaction outcomes, and isolated 7 significant determinants of these outcomes, as well as 42 themes with inconsistent evidence, providing grounds for future research. Building upon the insights from the analysis, we propose a research agenda to guide future research surrounding user interaction with CAs. Ultimately, we aim to contribute to the body of knowledge of IS and HCI in general and user interaction with CA in particular by indicating how developed a research field is regarding the number and content of the respective contributions. Furthermore, practitioners benefit from a structured overview related to CA design effects.

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  • Zierau, N., Wambsganss, T., Janson, A., Schöbel, S., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). The anatomy of user experience with conversational agents: a taxonomy and propositions of service clues. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Conversational agents (CAs) represent a paradigm shift in regards to how humans use information systems. Although CAs have recently attracted considerable research interest, there is still limited shared knowledge about the distinctive characteristics of CAs from a user experience-based perspective. To address this gap, we conducted a systematic literature review to identify CA characteristics from existing research. Building on classifications from service experience theory, we develop a taxonomy that classifies CA characteristics into three major categories (i.e. functional, mechanic, humanic clues). Subsequently, we evaluate the usefulness of the taxonomy by interviewing six domain experts. Based on this categorization and the reviewed literature, we derive three propositions that link these categories to specific user experience dimensions. Our results support researchers and practitioners by providing deeper insights into service design with CAs and support them in systematizing and synthesizing research on the effects of specific CA characteristics from a user experience-based perspective.

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  • Peters, C., Simmert, B., Eilers, K., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Future organization report 2020. St.Gallen, Switzerland und Frankfurt, Germany.: Institute of information management at university of st.gallen and campana & schott business services gmbh.
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  • Ernst, S., & Janson, A.. (2020). Mobile kompetenzentwicklung am beispiel der „moke“ app. In Leimeister, J. M., & Klusmeyer, J. (Eds.), In Export beruflicher aus- und weiterbildung - entwicklung und evaluation kultursensitiver lerndienstleistungen am beispiel china (, pp. 71-88). Wiesbaden, Deutschland: Springergabler. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-31501-6_5
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    title = {Mobile Kompetenzentwicklung am Beispiel der „MoKe“ App},
    year = 2020
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  • Ernst, S., Nölker, J., & Janson, A.. (2020). Leitfaden für kultursensitives e-learning - entwicklung auf basis qualitativer interviews. In Leimeister, J. M., & Klusmeyer, J. (Eds.), In Export beruflicher aus- und weiterbildung - entwicklung und evaluation kultursensitiver lerndienstleistungen am beispiel china (, pp. 47-67). Wiesbaden, Deutschland: Springergabler. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-31501-6_4
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  • Janson, A., Ernst, S., & Söllner, M.. (2020). Kulturelle werte im rahmen der aneignung von it-gestütztem lernen. In Leimeister, J. M., & Klusmeyer, J. (Eds.), In Export beruflicher aus- und weiterbildung - entwicklung und evaluation kultursensitiver lerndienstleistungen am beispiel china (, pp. 21-46). Wiesbaden, Deutschland: Springergabler. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-31501-6_3
    [BibTeX]
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  • Janson, A., Thiel de Gafenco, M., Klusmeyer, J., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Aufbau und ablauf des kultig-projektes. In Leimeister, J. M., & Klusmeyer, J. (Eds.), In Export beruflicher aus- und weiterbildung - entwicklung und evaluation kultursensitiver lerndienstleistungen am beispiel china (, pp. 13-17). Wiesbaden, Deutschland: Springergabler. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-31501-6_2
    [BibTeX]
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    author = {Janson, Andreas and Thiel de Gafenco, Marian and Klusmeyer, Jens and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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  • Leimeister, J. M., & Klusmeyer, J.. (2020). Hintergrund und zielsetzung des kultig-projektes. In Leimeister, J. M., & Klusmeyer, J. (Eds.), In Export beruflicher aus- und weiterbildung - entwicklung und evaluation kultursensitiver lerndienstleistungen am beispiel china (, pp. 3-11). Wiesbaden, Deutschland: Springergabler. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-31501-6_1
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  • Leimeister, J. M., & Klusmeyer, J.. (2020). Export beruflicher aus- und weiterbildung - entwicklung und evaluation kultursensitiver lerndienstleistungen am beispiel china. Wiesbaden, Deutschland: Springergabler. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-31501-6
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Im diesem Sammelband adressieren die Autoren charakteristische Herausforderungen des Exports von digitalen Lerndienstleistungen im Bereich der beruflichen Aus- und Weiterbildung. Sie stellen disziplinübergreifende Methoden und Modelle vor, mit denen die erforderliche Flexibilität auf Seiten der Dienstleister in der Planung, Vermarktung und Evaluation für einen wachsenden internationalen Markt erreicht wird. Im Verbundprojekt kuLtig wurden anhand kulturangepasster, digitaler Lerndienstleistungen für die Aus- und Weiterbildung in China die Praktikabilität und Transferfähigkeit der entwickelten Lösungen aufgezeigt und wissenschaftlich begleitet.

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  • Thies, L. F., Dickhaut, E., Janson, A., Roßnagel, A., Leimeister, J. M., & Söllner, M.. (2020). Die simulationsstudie als evaluationsmethode - interdisziplinäre evaluation eines smarten persönlichen assistenten. Datenschutz und datensicherheit (dud), 44, 589–593. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s11623-020-1330-0
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Um die Gestaltung datenschutzgerechter Techniksysteme erproben zu können, bietet sich die Methode der Simulationsstudie an. Am Beispiel eines smarten persönlichen Lernassistenten zeigt der Beitrag, wie mit Hilfe einer Simulationsstudie die Systemgestaltung unter Einsatz von Anforderungs- und Entwurfsmustern in sozialer Aktion überprüft werden kann.

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  • Dickhaut, E., Janson, A., Roßnagel, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Interdisziplinäre anforderungsmuster für smarte persönliche assistenten - mittel zu erfassung divergenter anforderungen aus informatik und recht. Datenschutz und datensicherheit (dud), 44, 579–583. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s11623-020-1328-7
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Bei der Entwicklung smarter persönlicher Assistenten können Anforderungsmuster helfen, die oftmals konfliktären Anforderungen zu systematisieren und miteinander in Einklang zu bringen. Sie können wiederkehrende rechtliche und qualitative Anforderungen in einer für Entwickler verständlichen Form darstellen und so helfen, sie im Entwicklungsprozess besser zu berücksichtigen.

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  • Dickhaut, E., Thies, L. F., & Janson, A.. (2020). Die kodifizierung von gestaltungswissen in interdisziplinären entwurfsmustern - lösungen im spannungsfeld zwischen rechtsverträglichkeit und dienstleistungsqualität. Datenschutz und datensicherheit (dud), 584–588. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s11623-020-1329-6
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In der Entwicklung informationstechnischer Systeme entstehen oft Zielkonflikte, die durch Gestaltung der Systeme aufgelöst werden müssen. Hierfür fehlt es Entwicklern, insbesondere bei Konflikten zwischen Rechtsverträglichkeit und Dienstleistungsqualität, oft an dem notwendigen Wissen und der erforderlichen Gestaltungserfahrung. Hier können Entwurfsmuster weiterhelfen. Der Beitrag stellt am Beispiel Smarter Persönlicher Assistenten einen Ansatz vor, in dem Entwurfsmuster interdisziplinäres Gestaltungswissen zusammenführen, geht auf die Besonderheiten des Gestaltungswissens der beiden Disziplinen ein und stellt ein beispielhaftes Entwurfsmuster vor.

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  • Simmert, B., Eilers, K., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Interne crowd work als baustein einer empowerment-orientierten arbeitsorganisation. In Daum, M., Wedel, M., Zinke-Wehlmann, C., & Ulbrich, H. (Eds.), In Gestaltung vernetzt-flexibler arbeit - beiträge aus theorie und praxis für die digitale arbeitswelt (, pp. 209-226). Berlin: Springer vieweg. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-61560-7_13
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Interne Crowd Work gewinnt im Hinblick auf eine agilitätsfördernde Arbeitsorganisation immer mehr an Bedeutung. Das Empowerment der Mitarbeitenden kann dabei als ein zentraler Erfolgsfaktor angesehen werden. Um das Empowerment in interner Crowd Work zielgerichtet zu untersuchen und die Wahrnehmung aus Sicht der Mitarbeitenden sowie die Effekte auf Ebene der Gesamtorganisation zu verstehen und beschreiben zu können, analysieren wir die interne Crowd Work mit Hilfe einer literaturbasierten erweiterten Wirtschaftlichkeitsbetrachtung sowie empirisch anhand von sechs Fallstudien. Auf organisationaler Ebene stehen im Ergebnis dabei insbesondere die Themen Organisationskultur, abteilungsübergreifende Zusammenarbeit und die Gestaltung von Aufgaben und Projekten im Fokus. Auf individueller Ebene können vornehmlich die selbstbestimmte Wahl von Arbeitsaufgaben inkl. selbstorganisierter Arbeitsprozesse sowie neue Führungsansätze als wesentliche Stellschrauben identifiziert werden.

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  • Dickhaut, E., Thies, L. F., Janson, A., Roßnagel, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Towards a new methodology to capture the legal compatibility of conversational speech agents. Paper presented at the Conference on conversational user interfaces (cui). doi:10.1145/ 3405755.3406160
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    Higher legal standards with regards to the data protection of individuals such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU-GDPR) are increasing the pressure on developers of IT artifacts. This is especially prevalent when considering conversational speech agents (CSA), which are collecting data in new ways and thus are oftentimes producing conflicts with existing law regulations. For this purpose, we introduce the law simulation method, which is a well-known evaluation method among law researchers for capturing the legal compatibility of IT artifacts such as CSA. With this rigorous method, we are able to derive actionable guidance for CSA developers to evaluate developer efforts for increasing legal compatibility. To illustrate our methodological approach, we describe in this paper key steps of the method with respect to the evaluation of CSA. We briefly discuss how this procedure can serve as the foundation for a new evaluation method of legally compatible systems in information systems.

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  • Billert, M. S., Weinert, T., Janson, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Co-creation durch peers im digitalen lernen – wie plattformen und chatbots die partizipation bei der lernmaterialerstellung begleiten können. Hmd praxis der wirtschaftsinformatik, Personennahe Dienstleistungen der Zukunft(57), 1-22. doi:https://doi.org/10.1365/s40702-020-00636-5
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    Die Arbeit in Industrieunternehmen verändert sich auf Grund der Digitalisierung grundlegend. Entwicklungen in der Automatisierungstechnik können in naher Zukunft einen Teil der Arbeit von Arbeitnehmenden ersetzen. Dadurch wird es notwendig sein, sich auf die sich schnell wechselnden Qualifikationsanforderungen aus diesem Digitalisierungsprozess einzustellen. Hierzu gehört einerseits die schnelle Reaktionsfähigkeit auf die fortlaufenden Veränderungen, die in Unternehmen stattfinden, beispielsweise die Einbettung neuer Technologien in Arbeitsprozesse. Andererseits aber auch die notwendigen Upskilling-Prozesse, die durch den Einsatz neuer Technologien notwendig werden. Für beide Aspekte sind aber entsprechende Angebote zur Schulung notwendig, die sich flexibel auf die Bedarfe anpassen. Digitale Lernservices ermöglichen dabei auf die individuellen Arbeitssituation von Mitarbeitenden zu reagieren und im Sinne der Co-Creation den Prozess der gemeinsamen Erstellung von Lern- sowie Schulungsmaterialien durch die Einbindung mehrerer Akteure zu steuern.

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  • Barev, T. J., Janson, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Designing effective privacy nudges in digital environments: a design science research approach. Paper presented at the International conference on design science research in information systems and technology (desrist). doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-64823-7_37
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    When using digital technologies, various data traces are left behind for collection, storage and analysis. Innovative solutions for information systems are needed that mitigate privacy risks and foster information privacy. One mechanism to achieve this is using privacy nudges. Nudges are a concept from behavioral eco-nomics to influence individual’s decisions. However, many nudges show low or at least less effects than choice architects hope for and expect. Therefore, this de-sign science research (DSR) project focusses on developing evidence-based de-sign principles for privacy nudges to improve their effectiveness and pave the way for more privacy sensitive IT systems. In this context, we adopt a DSR ap-proach from Vaishnavi & Kuechler. From a theoretical perspective, we are con-tributing to the discussion of what drives privacy sensitive behavior. We extend generic nudge design models, making them applicable in the context of data dis-closure. For practitioners, we provide guidance on how to design and implement effective privacy nudges in the user interface of digital work systems.

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  • Weinert, T., & Thiel de Gafenco, M.. (2020). Towards co-creation of learning material in vocational training. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    The complexity of production processes increased during the last years, especially due to digitalization, which results in an increasing need of in-company trainings. Hence, companies use trainings to impart action-oriented knowledge in the work process. However, these trainings are often supported by learning materials that do not reflect the current work situation of the employees because they are either outdated or too general. We are addressing this problem using a co-creation process by enabling em- ployees to generate the materials independently during the work process. Within the framework of a theory-driven design science research approach, we derived requirements from theory as well as from a focus group workshop and a work process analysis to develop design elements for this process. We pay particular attention to the cognitive load (CL) of the employees. The theoretical contribution of our research is twofold: On the one hand, we give insights regarding the effects of the physical environment on CL. On the other hand, we give insights about how to design systems that can avoid CL within knowledge generation processes. In this way, we help practitioners to design systems that consider the CL of employees.

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  • Simmert, B., & Peters, C.. (2020). Leaders, empower your workforce! analyzing leadership in internal crowd work.. Paper presented at the Academy of management annual meeting (aom). doi:10.5465/AMBPP.2020.20772abstract
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    New digital and agile forms of work organization require new leadership styles and competencies. Still, the understanding of leadership in these new forms of work is in its infancy. We select internal crowd work (ICW) as one, clearly defined new form of work and increase understanding of leadership in this context by analyzing four distinct cases of ICW. Based on qualitative interviews, we describe how employees perceive psychological empowerment and develop workforce agility through different leadership styles in ICW. As our main contribution, we detail and extend existing research regarding ICW and empowerment by identifying structural antecedents that affect psychological empowerment of ICW as well as consequences of an empowered workforce in ICW. Thereby, we indicate that an empowered workforce is an important factor for the implementation of workforce agility in ICW. Moreover, regarding leadership, we explain the design and changes of leadership in ICW in detail and explicate a new requirement for leaders in agile and digital form of work organization: the flexible handling of different context-specific situations, projects and tasks. For this purpose, we develop a theoretical model that describes the effects of shared leadership, empowering leadership and e-leadership on workforce agility mediated by an empowered workforce.

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  • Simmert, B., Reinhard, M., Eilers, K., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Handlungsbroschüre: interne crowd work als agile form der arbeitsorganisation - handlungsempfehlungen zum empowerment-orientierten ansatz (9 ed. Vol. ITeG Technical Reports: Wissenschaftliches Zentrum für Informationstechnik-Gestaltung (ITeG) an der Universität Kassel). Kassel, Germany: Kassel university press.
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  • Leimeister, J. M., Durward, D., & Simmert, B.. (2020). Die interne crowd - mitarbeiter/innen im spannungsfeld neuer arbeitsformen. study der hans-böckler-stiftung (Vol. Band 436). Dusseldorf, Germany: .
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  • Blohm, I., Zogaj, S., Bretschneider, U., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). How to manage crowdsourcing platforms effectively. Nim marketing intelligence review, 12(1), 18-23. doi:https://doi.org/10.2478/nimmir-2020-0003
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    Crowdsourced tasks are very diverse – and so are platform types. They fall into four categories, each demanding different governance mechanisms. The main goal of microtasking crowdsourcing platforms is the scalable and time-efficient batch processing of highly repetitive tasks. Crowdsourcing platforms for information pooling aggregate contributions such as votes, opinions, assessments and forecasts through approaches such as averaging, summation, or visualization. Broadcast search platforms collect contributions to solve tasks in order to gain alternative insights and solutions from people outside the organization, and are particularly suited for solving challenging technical, analytical, scientific, or creative problems. Open collaboration platforms invite contributors to team up to jointly solve complex problems in cases where solutions require the integration of distributed knowledge and the skills of many contributors. Companies establishing crowdsourcing platforms of any type should continuously monitor and adjust their governance mechanisms. Quality and quantity of contributions, project runtime, or the effort for conducting the crowdsourcing project may be good starting points.

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  • Simmert, B., Eilers, K., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Agile arbeitsorganisation fordert und fördert empowerment - zusammenspiel von sozialen und technischen elementen in interner crowd work. In Boes, A., Gül, K., Kämpf, T., & Lühr, T. (Eds.), In Empowerment in der agilen arbeitswelt. analysen, handlungsorientierungen und erfolgsfaktoren (, pp. 53-64). Freiburg, Germany: Haufe.
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  • Barev, T. J.. (2020). Theory-motivated design for developing privacy nudges. Paper presented at the International conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi).
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    Using digital technologies, various data traces are left behind for collection, storage and analysis. Potential risks that the availability of personal information entails, like the vulnerability to discrimination, commercial exploitation and unwanted monitoring, is ubiquitous. Hence, modern IT systems are needed that ensure employees' privacy and informational self-determination. One mechanism to achieve this is the implementation of privacy nudges in modern working systems. Nudging is a mechanism to influence decisions in a predictable way. In this context, privacy nudging concepts should influence employees` behavior in digital working environments in such a way that they make more data protection-friendly decisions. In this research project I am focusing on building an integrative understanding of effective nudging in privacy-related decisions. From this, design knowledge for better privacy nudges in digital work systems should be derived, which can pave the way for more privacy-sensitive IT systems. Successfully implemented privacy nudges can increase acceptance, trust and usage of modern IT-systems. Privacy sensitive IT-systems can then constitute a competitive advantage for the company. On the side of society, informational self-determination can be ensured and the potential risks that the availability of personal information entails can be reduced.

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  • Winkler, R., Briggs, R. O., de Vreede, G., Leimeister, J. M., Oeste-Reiss, S., & Söllner, M.. (2020). Modeling support for mass collaboration in open innovation initiatives-the facilitation process model 2.0. Ieee transactions on engineering management. doi:10.1109/TEM.2020.2975938
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    Many governments and organizations recognize the potential of open innovation (OI) models to create value with large numbers of people beyond the organization. It can be challenging , however, to design an effective collaborative process for a massive group. Collaboration engineering (CE) is an approach for the design and deployment of repeatable collaborative work practices that can be executed by practitioners themselves without the ongoing support of external collaboration engineers. To manage the complexity of the design process, they use a modeling technique called facilitation process models (FPM) to capture high-level design decisions that serve different purposes, such as documenting and communicating a design, etc. FPM, however, was developed to support designs for groups of fewer than 100 people. It does not yet represent design elements that become important when designing for groups of hundreds or thousands of participants, which can be found in many OI settings. We use a design science approach to identify the limitations of the original FPM and derive requirements for extending FPM. This article contributes to the CE and to the OI literature by offering an FPM 2.0 that assists CE designers to design new OI processes, with a special focus on outside-in OI.

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  • Durward, D., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). The nature of crowd work and its effects on individuals’ work perception. Journal of management information systems (jmis), 37, 66-95.
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    Crowd work reflects a new form of gainful employment on the Internet. We study how the nature of the tasks being performed and financial compensation jointly shape work perceptions of crowd workers in order to better understand the changing modes and patterns of digital work. Surveying individuals on 23 German crowd working platforms, this work is the first to add a multi-platform perspective on perceived working conditions in crowd work. We show that crowd workers need rather high levels of financial compensation before task characteristics become relevant for shaping favorable perceptions of working conditions. We explain these results by considering financial compensation as an informational cue indicating the appreciation of working effort that is internalized by well-paid crowd workers. Resulting boundary conditions for task design are discussed. These results help us understand when and under what conditions crowd work can be regarded as a fulfilling type of employment in highly developed countries.

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  • Dickhaut, E., Thies, L. F., Janson, A., Roßnagel, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Judging alexa - towards a new methodology to capture the legal compatibility of conversational speech agents. Paper presented at the Conference on conversational user interfaces (cui). doi:10.1145/3405755.3406160
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    Higher legal standards with regards to data protection of individuals such as EU-GDPR are increasing the pressure on developers of IT artifacts. This is especially prevalent when considering conversational speech agents (CSA) that are collecting data in new ways, and thus, are oftentimes producing conflicts with existing law regulations. For this purpose, we introduce the law simulation method which is a well-known evaluation method among law researchers for capturing legal compatibility of IT artifacts such as CSA. With this rigorous method, we are able to derive actionable guidance for CSA developers to evaluate developer efforts for increasing legal compatibility. To illustrate our methodological approach, we describe in this workshop paper key steps of the method with respect to the evaluation of CSA. We discuss how this can serve as the foundation for a new evaluation method of legally compatible systems in information systems.

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  • Dickhaut, E., Janson, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Wie können systeme künstlicher intelligenz ohne qualitätsverlust rechtsverträglich gestaltet werden?. Wirtschaftsinformatik & management, 12(2), 90-100. doi:https://doi.org/10.1365/s35764-020-00249-z
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Künstliche intelligente (KI)-Systeme erfreuen sich immer größerer Beliebtheit. Im Alltag erleben wir KI beispielsweise durch smarte persönliche Assistenten (SPAs), welche von Amazon, Google und Co. angeboten werden. Zwar haben diese KI-Systeme große Nutzungspotenziale, gleichzeitig gehen damit aber auch erhebliche Risiken einher, beispielsweise datenschutzrechtliche. Doch wie lassen sich diese Spannungsfelder auflösen? Interdisziplinäre Gestaltungsmuster im Systementwicklungsprozess können eine Lösung darstellen, welche nachfolgend mit Handlungsimplikationen für gesellschaftlich wünschenswerte „KI made in Germany“ skizziert wird.

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  • Knote, R., Thies, L. F., Söllner, M., Jandt, S., Leimeister, J. M., & Roßnagel, A.. (2020). Rechtsverträgliche und qualitätszentrierte gestaltung für „ki made in germany“. Informatik spektrum, 43, 118-128. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s00287-020-01252-9
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    Künstlich intelligente (KI) Systeme erfreuen sich immer größerer Beliebtheit. Insbesondere smarte persönliche Assistenten (SPAs) von Amazon, Google und vielen weiteren verzeichnen ein stetiges Marktwachstum. Den vielfältigen Potenzialen dieser KI-Systeme stehen jedoch auch zahlreiche Risiken gegenüber. Berichte von Datenpannen und -lecks häufen sich und haben bei Nutzern eine zunehmende Skepsis zur Folge, was zu einem gespaltenen Bild von KI in der Gesellschaft beiträgt. Diesem Problem stellt sich das Forschungsprojekt AnEkA mit einem interdisziplinären Gestaltungsansatz. Auf Basis von Rechts- und Qualitätszielen werden Anforderungen an rechtsverträgliche und qualitativ hochwertige SPAs abgeleitet. Zusätzlich werden Gestaltungsalternativen identifiziert, die diese Anforderungen unter Berücksichtigung möglicher Zielkonflikte umsetzen. Ergebnis des Projekts sind Entwurfsmuster, die Entwicklern von SPAs dabei helfen sollen, rechtsverträgliche und qualitativ hochwertige SPAs und KI-Systeme im Allgemeinen zu entwickeln. Dadurch soll das Alleinstellungsmerkmal einer „KI made in Germany“ entstehen, welche sowohl die Bedürfnisse von Nutzern berücksichtigt und sie ebenfalls bestmöglich vor Risiken der Systemnutzung schützt. Dieser Beitrag erläutert das interdisziplinäre Vorgehen anhand eines Szenarios zur Nutzung von SPAs.

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    author = {Knote, Robin and Thies, Laura Friederike and Söllner, Matthias and Jandt, Silke and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Roßnagel, Alexander},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/23b9b3efa58ff49b54b94233d486cf784/ls_leimeister},
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  • Mrass, V., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Crowdworking platforms in germany: business insights from a study & implications for society. Paper presented at the Jahrestagung des verbands der hochschullehrer für betriebswirtschaft (vhb), Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    The competitiveness of organizations and whole economies depends on how successfully they are able to cope with the digital transformation and new technological trends. In the area of digital work, crowdworking platforms emerged as intermediaries that support a new form of service delivery and work organization. Despite their increasing importance, there is only few data about key characteristics of such platforms such as number of employees or revenues. Furthermore, extant data often focusses only on a few platforms, mostly from the US. Based on results from a study about the 32 crowdworking platforms that have their headquarters or a physical location in Germany, we provide data that for the first time allows to draw conclusions for the “total population” of crowdworking platforms in a defined larger region (Germany as Europe’s largest and the world fourth largest economy). These results are valuable for various stakeholders from economy and politics, allowing them to make economic or political decisions on a more informed basis. Furthermore, we develop an evaluation framework that depicts the implications for these groups along the dimensions costs, flexibility, “humanity”, quality, and time: Crowdworking platforms on the one hand provide several opportunities: Individuals gain more flexibility, groups can benefit from additional contributors, organizations have the potential to process work faster and cheaper. On the other hand, this novel form of work organization also includes potential threats for all groups: Low payments and ‘tayloristic’ work, insufficient quality or irritation of internal employees. Based on 12 interviews with company representatives and crowdworkers, we evaluate implications of this novel form of work organization for society.

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    address = {Frankfurt am Main, Germany},
    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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    booktitle = {Jahrestagung des Verbands der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft (VHB)},
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  • Schöbel, S., Janson, A., Jahn, K., Kordyaka, B., Turetken, O., Djafarova, N., Saqr, M., Wu, D., Söllner, M., Adam, M., Heiberg Gad, P., Wesseloh, H., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). A research agenda for the why, what, and how of gamification designs results on an ecis 2019 panel. Communications of the association for information systems. doi:10.17705/1CAIS.04630
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    This report summarizes the discussion in a panel session on gamification designs at the 2019 European Conference on Information Systems in Stockholm, Sweden. The panel explores a research agenda for gamification design. The “what, why, and how” are considered to analyze the current state of the art of gamification research. An adapted defini-tion of gamification is presented as one outcome of the workshop to better describe what gamification is and what it can be used for. “Why” and “how” to employ gamification are discussed for different contexts. This can be used to gamify information systems, identity outcomes that are addressed by gamification concepts, and explore new ways of how to gamify. Overall, the panel presents new areas for future research and practice by identifying innovative ways to bring existing gamification concepts to a more impactful level.

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  • Weinert, T., Janson, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Does context matter for value co-creation in smart learning services?. Paper presented at the International conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Smart learning services offer customized learning solutions by systematically considering the context of the learner. However, it is still unclear how the value co-creation within smart learnings is affected by context considerations. Therefore, it is important to understand how the context can influence the value co-creation potential in smart learning services. To investigate how context shapes value co-creation smart learning services, we first conduct a systematic literature review to investigate context factors within learning processes. Afterwards, we develop a conceptual model to explain how context in smart learning systems can be used to enhance the co-creation potential in learning processes. Overall, we provide a better understanding of context considerations in service systems as a theoretical contribution of our conceptual investigation. Finally, we provide practical implications for educational service providers for designing smart learning services under the specific consideration of different contexts

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  • Schöbel, S., Barev, T. J., Janson, A., Hupfeld, F., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Understanding user preferences of digital privacy nudges – a best-worst scaling approach. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Digital nudging in privacy has become more important to protect users of information systems while working with privacy-related data. Nudging is about altering a user’s behavior without forbidding any options. Several approaches exist to “nudge” users to change their behavior. Regarding the usage of digital privacy nudges, research still has to understand the meaning and relevance of individual nudges better. Therefore, this paper compares the preferences of users for different digital nudges. To achieve this goal, it presents the results of a so-called best-worst scaling. This study contributes to theory by providing a better understanding of user preferences regarding design variations of digital nudges. We support practitioners by giving implications on how to design digital nudges in terms of user preferences.

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    abstract = {Digital nudging in privacy has become more important to protect users of information systems while working with privacy-related data. Nudging is about altering a user’s behavior without forbidding any options. Several approaches exist to “nudge” users to change their behavior. Regarding the usage of digital privacy nudges, research still has to understand the meaning and relevance of individual nudges better. Therefore, this paper compares the preferences of users for different digital nudges. To achieve this goal, it presents the results of a so-called best-worst scaling. This study contributes to theory by providing a better understanding of user preferences regarding design variations of digital nudges. We support practitioners by giving implications on how to design digital nudges in terms of user preferences.},
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  • Janson, A., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2020). Ladders for learning: is scaffolding the key to teaching problem solving in technology-mediated learning contexts?. Academy of management learning & education (amle), 19(4), 439-468. doi:10.5465/amle.2018.0078
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    The success of innovative teaching/learning approaches aiming to foster problem solving in management education depends on useful and easy-to-use IT components in the learning process. However, the complexity of problem solving in self-regulated learning approaches may overwhelm the learner and can lead to unsatisfying learning outcomes. Research suggests the implementation of technology-enhanced scaffolds as a mechanism to guide the learners in their individual problem-solving process to enhance their learning outcomes. We present a theoretical model based on adaptive structuration theory and cognitive load theory that explains how technology-enhanced scaffolding contributes to learning outcomes. We test the model with a fully randomized between-subject experiment in a flipped classroom for management education focusing on individual problem solving. Our results show that technology-enhanced scaffolding contributes significantly to the management of cognitive load as well as to learning process satisfaction and problem-solving learning outcomes. Thereby, our paper provides new conceptual and empirically tested insights for a better understanding of technology-enhanced scaffolds and their design to assist problem solving and its respective effects in flipped classrooms for management education.

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    abstract = {The success of innovative teaching/learning approaches aiming to foster problem solving in management education depends on useful and easy-to-use IT components in the learning process. However, the complexity of problem solving in self-regulated learning approaches may overwhelm the learner and can lead to unsatisfying learning outcomes. Research suggests the implementation of technology-enhanced scaffolds as a mechanism to guide the learners in their individual problem-solving process to enhance their learning outcomes. We present a theoretical model based on adaptive structuration theory and cognitive load theory that explains how technology-enhanced scaffolding contributes to learning outcomes. We test the model with a fully randomized between-subject experiment in a flipped classroom for management education focusing on individual problem solving. Our results show that technology-enhanced scaffolding contributes significantly to the management of cognitive load as well as to learning process satisfaction and problem-solving learning outcomes. Thereby, our paper provides new conceptual and empirically tested insights for a better understanding of technology-enhanced scaffolds and their design to assist problem solving and its respective effects in flipped classrooms for management education.},
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2019

  • Bretschneider, U., Heider, A., Rüsen, T., & Hülsbeck, M.. (2019). Diffusion von digitalen technologien und trends in familienunternehmen. In Kollmann, T. (Ed.), In Handbuch digitale wirtschaft Wiesbaden, Germany: Springer gabler. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-17345-6_89-1
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Der vorliegende Beitrag beschreibt den Diffusionsprozess von digitalen Technologien und Trends in Familienunternehmen (FU). Die Diffusion von digitalen Technologien und Trends in FU gestaltet sich wegen des Einfluss der Eigentümerfamilie auf das FU im Vergleich zu Nicht-FU grundlegend anders. Eigenschaften der Familie sowie des FU und der digitalen Technologien und Trends wirken sich zugleich negativ auf die Geschwindigkeit, mit der digitale Technologien und Trends den Diffusionsprozess im FU durchlaufen, aus. Dagegen entwickeln FU spezifische Strategien, die dabei helfen, diese Zeitbarrieren zu umgehen.

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    }

  • Gerken, M., Bretschneider, U., & Hülsbeck, M.. (2019). More than a need for knowledge: understanding drivers for knowledge seeking and knowledge sharing behavior in online communities. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Munich, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Knowledge seeking is the default activity in online communities and therefore important for their functioning. Existing research studies on why members seek knowledge overlook other factors than a simple need for knowledge, resulting in an extremely narrow body of knowledge. We propose that a need for advice can increase knowledge seeking and is further shaped by perceptions of reciprocity, self-esteem, and identification with the community. By surveying 186 respondents from 34 large online communities and applying OLS regression analyses, we find that knowledge seeking is driven by need for advice and identification, but not reciprocity. The results further show that members with high self-esteem seek less knowledge. Yet, the decision to seek knowledge depends on the level of self-esteem and this is predicted by need for advice. Our results contribute to the currently sparse body on knowledge seeking and add to the realization of necessary design attributes of online communities.

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    abstract = {Knowledge seeking is the default activity in online communities and therefore important for their functioning. Existing research studies on why members seek knowledge overlook other factors than a simple need for knowledge, resulting in an extremely narrow body of knowledge. We propose that a need for advice can increase knowledge seeking and is further shaped by perceptions of reciprocity, self-esteem, and identification with the community. By surveying 186 respondents from 34 large online communities and applying OLS regression analyses, we find that knowledge seeking is driven by need for advice and identification, but not reciprocity. The results further show that members with high self-esteem seek less knowledge. Yet, the decision to seek knowledge depends on the level of self-esteem and this is predicted by need for advice. Our results contribute to the currently sparse body on knowledge seeking and add to the realization of necessary design attributes of online communities.},
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    address = {Munich, Germany},
    author = {Gerken, Maike and Bretschneider, Ulrich and Hülsbeck, Marcel},
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    title = {More Than a Need for Knowledge: Understanding Drivers for Knowledge Seeking and Knowledge Sharing Behavior in Online Communities},
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    venue = {Munich, Germany},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Lipusch, N., Dellermann, D., Ebel, P., Bretschneider, U., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Radically rethinking the way crowdfunding works: the case of jumpstartfund and the hyperloop. International journal of entrepreneurial venturing (ijev), 11(6), 598-619. doi:10.1504/IJEV.2019.103739
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In this research, we explore the unique case of JumpStartFund, a new crowdfunding platform that is used to develop the Hyperloop project. To this end, we employ an in-depth single case study to examine the participation architecture of the platform as well as the Hyperloop campaign content, based on which we derive a new crowdfunding model. The derived crowdfunding model differs from existing crowdfunding models in that it allows entrepreneurs to develop their business with the crowdmore actively. Our research has important implications for research and practice. First, we introduce a new crowdfunding model that expands the boundaries of existent models. Second, we explain how our model helps to more efficiently leverage the potential inherent in the crowd thereby redefining entrepreneurial success within crowdfunding. Third, we discuss how our findings contribute to existent research within the context of crowdsourcing.

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  • (2019). Chancen und herausforderungen des digitalen lernens: methoden und werkzeuge für innovative lehr-lern-konzepte (Erste ed.). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer berlin heidelberg. doi:10.1007/978-3-662-59390-5
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    Dieses Werk bietet einen Überblick über die Entwicklung und Zukunft des digitalen Lehrens und Lernens. Die Digitalisierung verändert die Art und Weise des Lehrens und Lernens und bietet Unternehmen die Chance, Lerndienstleistungen kontextorientierter zu gestalten. Gleichzeitig resultieren Herausforderungen für die digitale Lehre, die eine Entwicklung von innovativen Lehr-Lern-Konzepten erfordert. Anhand von unterschiedlichen Studien und Fallbeispielen demonstriert dieser Band, wie Kompetenzen von Mitarbeitern, Studierenden oder Lernenden mit Hilfe der Digitalisierung entwickelt, aufgebaut und erweitert werden können, um ein nachhaltiges Wissensmanagement in Unternehmen bieten zu können oder um innovative Konzepte für die Lehre zu entwickeln. Durch die Einbindung von konkreten Praxisbeispielen und die Nutzung von innovativen Forschungsmethoden bietet dieses Buch sowohl für Führungskräfte als auch für Lehrkräfte einen Leitfaden, um digitale und innovative Lehr-Lern-Konzepte zu gestalten.

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  • Wambsganss, T., & Rietsche, R.. (2019). Towards designing an adaptive argumentation learning tool. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Digitalization triggers a shift in the compositions of skills and knowledge needed for students in their future work life. Hence, higher order thinking skills are becoming more important to solve future challenges. One subclass of these skills, which contributes significantly to communication, collaboration and problem-solving, is the skill of how to argue in a structured, reflective and well-formed way. However, educational organizations face difficulties in providing the boundary conditions necessary to develop this skill, due to increasing student numbers paired with financial constraints. In this short paper, we present the first steps of our design science research project on how to design an adaptive IT-tool that helps students develop their argumentation skill through formative feedback in large-scale lectures. Based on scientific learning theory and user interviews, we propose preliminary requirements and design principles for an adaptive argumentation learning tool. Furthermore, we present a first instantiation of those principles.

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  • Janson, A.. (2019). Improving processes and outcomes in digital learning environments - empirical foundations and design principles for scaffolding in technology-mediated learning (Vol. Research on IT / Service / Innovation / Collaboration). Kassel, Germany: Kassel university press. doi:10.19211/KUP97837376006295
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  • Lipusch, N., Dellermann, D., Ebel, P., Bretschneider, U., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Radically rethinking the way crowdfunding works: the case of jumpstartfund and the hyperloop. International journal of entrepreneurial venturing. doi:https://doi.org/10.1504/IJEV.2019.103739
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    In this research, we explore the unique case of JumpStartFund, a new crowdfunding platform that is used to develop the Hyperloop project. To this end, we employ an in-depth single case study to examine the participation architecture of the platform as well as the Hyperloop campaign content, based on which we derive a new crowdfunding model. The derived crowdfunding model differs from existing crowdfunding models in that it allows entrepreneurs to develop their business with the crowdmore actively. Our research has important implications for research and practice. First, we introduce a new crowdfunding model that expands the boundaries of existent models. Second, we explain how our model helps to more efficiently leverage the potential inherent in the crowd thereby redefining entrepreneurial success within crowdfunding. Third, we discuss how our findings contribute to existent research within the context of crowdsourcing.

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  • Billert, M. S., Peters, C., Leimeister, J. M., Niering, P., & Hartmann, C.. (2019). Weck den herkules in dir – bürger-initiierte dienstleistungen. Handlungsbroschüre zum verbundforschungsprojekt civitas digitalis - digitale und crowd-basierte dienstleistungssysteme zur schaffung zukunftsfähiger und lebenswerter lebensräume 2020. iteg technical reports – wissenschaftlichen zentrum für informationstechnik-gestaltung (iteg) an der universität kassel, 8, 12-39. doi:http://dx.medra.org/10.19211/KUP9783737650991
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    volume = 8,
    year = 2019
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  • Barev, T. J., & Janson, A.. (2019). Towards an integrative understanding of privacy nudging – systematic review and research agenda. Paper presented at the Annual pre-icis workshop on hci research in mis (pre-icis).
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    When using digital technologies, various data traces are left behind for collection, storage and analysis. Innovative solutions for information systems are needed that mitigate privacy risks and foster information privacy. One mechanism to achieve this are privacy nudges. Nudges are a concept from behavioural economics to influence individual’s decisions. This paper focusses on building an integrative understanding of privacy nudging. Specifically, we conceptualize the constituting characteristics of privacy nudges by conducting a systematic literature review to cover the current state of knowledge in the interdisciplinary privacy nudge literature stream. We structure the intrapersonal factors that determine effectiveness for each privacy nudge in a morphological box and conceptualize on this basis current research coverage as well as demand for future research. Finally, we develop theoretical propositions contributing to the discussion of how to study and design effective privacy nudges that can pave the way for more privacy sensitive IT systems.

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  • Billert, M.. (2019). Yes, we can! blockchain based crowdfunding and crowdworking. Paper presented at the Pre-icis sigbps workshop on blockchain and smart contract (pre-icis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In the current process of crowdfunding and crowdworking, many criteria-based conditions must be considered on different platforms. Assignments must be initiated for each platform, which costs time, money and resources. In order to counteract these challenges and reduce transactions, we developed a blockchain-based platform using a design-oriented approach. This platform accompanies the process from requirements to self-executing, event- and condition-controlled contracts in a partially automated manner. Based on the literature of crowdfunding, crowdworking and blockchain-based smart contracts, we derived requirements for a platform creation. While we contribute to the literature by eliciting design-oriented requirements, we show practical implications by building a blockchain-based platform concept for facilitating a more efficient combined crowdfunding and crowdworking process by reducing transactions.

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  • Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Dienstleistungsengineering und -management data-driven service innovation (Zweite ed.). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer gabler. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-59858-0
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
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  • Janson, A., Thiel de Gafenco, M., Klusmeyer, J., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Theoriegeleitete und nutzerzentrierte entwicklung von digitalen lernangeboten und dienstleistungen. In Berufsbildung international (Vol. Digitalisierung). Dlr projektträger.
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  • Weinert, T., Janson, A., Thiel de Gafenco, M., Urbon, U., Wegener, R., & Mauritz, C.. (2019). Nutzung von interaktiven videos zur entwicklung von arbeitsprozessorientierung in der aus- und weiterbildung – erkenntnisse aus dem projekt kolearn. In Berufsbildung international (Vol. Digitalisierung). Dlr projektträger.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
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    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/219f11ff365ae22c9413c398e9cb56aff/ls_leimeister},
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    url = {https://www.berufsbildung-international.de/files/IBB_Publikation_02-19_Digitalisierung_web.pdf},
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  • Simmert, B., Weinert, T., Janson, A., Peters, C., Ebel, P., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Kontinuierliche verbesserung von internationalen geschäftsmodellen in der berufsbildung. In Berufsbildung international (, Vol. Geschäftsmodellentwicklungpp. 32-33). Dlr projektträger.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
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    author = {Simmert, Benedikt and Weinert, Tim and Janson, Andreas and Peters, Christoph and Ebel, Philipp and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2c6e000b78f18c22482629f43bddb1c77/ls_leimeister},
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    timestamp = {2020-01-07T19:52:16.000+0100},
    title = {Kontinuierliche Verbesserung von internationalen Geschäftsmodellen in der Berufsbildung},
    url = {https://www.berufsbildung-international.de/files/IBB_Publikation_01-19_Geschaeftsmodellentwicklung_web.pdf},
    volume = {Geschäftsmodellentwicklung},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Schomberg, S., Barev, T. J., Janson, A., & Hupfeld, F.. (2019). Ansatz zur umsetzung von datenschutz nach der dsgvo im arbeitsumfeld: datenschutz durch nudging. Datenschutz und datensicherheit - dud, December 2019 Volume 43(Issue 12), 774-780. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s11623-019-1204-5
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Die noch recht neue DSGVO hat einige Änderungen mit sich gebracht, welche sich in der Praxis erst noch bewähren und innovativ umgesetzt werden müssen. Insbesondere das Arbeitsumfeld wird von der fortschreitenden Digitalisierung stark verändert und sieht sich neuen Herausforderungen des Datenschutzes gegenüber. Ein Ansatz, diesen Herausforderungen zu begegnen, könnte die Integration von Privacy Nudges in digitale betriebliche Systeme sein. Ziel von Privacy Nudges ist es dabei, den Entscheidungsprozess in digitalen Entscheidungsumgebungen gezielt zu mehr Schutz von personenbezogenen Daten und Privatheit zu beeinflussen. Diesem Ansatz nähert sich dieser Beitrag interdisziplinär durch Erkenntnisse aus der verhaltensökonomischen, informatischen und der rechtswissenschaftlichen Literatur. Schließlich werden verschiedene Szenarien für den Einsatz von Privacy Nudges in digitalen Arbeitssystemen beschrieben und bewertet.

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  • Simmert, B., Eilers, K., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Interne crowd work an der schnittstelle sozialer und technischer elemente der digitalen arbeitsorganisation. In Schröter, W. (Ed.), In Der mitbestimmte algorithmus - gestaltungskompetenz für den wandel der arbeit (, pp. 155-166). Mössingen-Talheim, Germany: Talheimer verlag.
    [BibTeX]
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    address = {Mössingen-Talheim, Germany},
    author = {Simmert, Benedikt and Eilers, Karen and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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    booktitle = {Der mitbestimmte Algorithmus - Gestaltungskompetenz für den Wandel der Arbeit},
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    title = {Interne Crowd Work an der Schnittstelle sozialer und technischer Elemente der digitalen Arbeitsorganisation},
    year = 2019
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  • Durward, D., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Crowd work als neue form digitaler erwerbsarbeit – veränderungen der arbeitsorganisation in unternehmen. In Kohlrausch, B., Schildmann, C., & Voss, D. (Eds.), In Neue arbeit – neue ungleichheiten – folgen der digitalisierung Weinheim, Germany: Beltz juventa.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2019-10-25T18:23:34.000+0200},
    address = {Weinheim, Germany },
    author = {Durward, David and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2ac88b72fcf682b3036f3e8e8d5bf12e4/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Neue Arbeit – neue Ungleichheiten – Folgen der Digitalisierung},
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    title = {Crowd Work als neue Form digitaler Erwerbsarbeit – Veränderungen der Arbeitsorganisation in Unternehmen},
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    }

  • Li, M. M., Müller, J., Ernst, S., & Peters, C.. (2019). Take the wheel - technology-driven change in the energy sector. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2019-10-18T15:48:55.000+0200},
    author = {Li, Mahei Manhai and Müller, Jennifer and Ernst, Sissy-Josefina and Peters, Christoph},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/21f884da318507ca36b23b4c36f463795/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    eventdate = {15.08.2019},
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    title = {Take the Wheel - Technology-driven Change in the Energy Sector
    },
    url = {https://aisel.aisnet.org/icis2019/learning_environ/learning_environ/1/},
    venue = {Munich, Germany},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Leimeister, J. M., Becker, J., Heinzl, A., Winter, R., & Gefen, D.. (2019). Doing a doctorate in bise in germany, austria and switzerland? a debate on the why, what and how. , 759–766. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s12599-019-00621-3
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2019-10-18T15:39:05.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden, Germany},
    author = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Becker, Jörg and Heinzl, Armin and Winter, Robert and Gefen, David},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2962216293c1cb71cdfee4f3994620830/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Business & Information Systems Engineering},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1007/s12599-019-00621-3},
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    title = {Doing a Doctorate in BISE in Germany, Austria and Switzerland? A Debate on the Why, What and How},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/JML_754.pdf},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Peters, C., Simmert, B., Eilers, K., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Future organization report 2019. St.Gallen, Switzerland and Frankfurt, Germany: Institut für wirtschaftsinformatik der universität st.gallen, campana & schott business services gmbh.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2019-10-14T14:20:47.000+0200},
    address = {St.Gallen, Switzerland and Frankfurt, Germany },
    author = {Peters, Christoph and Simmert, Benedikt and Eilers, Karen and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/264c5038b35ad52326346892a5b76d621/ls_leimeister},
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    publisher = { Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik der Universität St.Gallen, Campana & Schott Business Services GmbH},
    timestamp = {2019-12-24T16:11:33.000+0100},
    title = {Future Organization Report 2019},
    url = {http://future-organization.com},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Schöbel, S., Janson, A., & Mishra, A. N.. (2019). A configurational view on avatar design – the role of emotional attachment, satisfaction, and cognitive load in digital learning. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In online learning settings interactive and meaningful feedback is becoming increasingly important. However, feedback from teachers is oftentimes missing in online learning settings. To overcome challenges that arise from the missing representation of teachers, our study analyzes the relevance of avatar designs in learning settings. We therefore rely on avatars as game design elements and analyze how their design can influence emotional attachment, learning process satisfaction, and extraneous cognitive load in learning. To achieve our goal, we conduct a qualitative comparative analysis with 998 datasets that were collected in a 2x2x2 pre-post online experiment that was developed to train participants in learning functions in Excel. Our results indicate that interaction, familiarity, motivation, and aesthetic experiences are important configurations for avatars that are used in learning. We contribute to different streams of theory such as self-expansion and guide practitioners by providing implications about how to create meaningful avatar designs for learning applications.

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    author = {Schöbel, Sofia and Janson, Andreas and Mishra, Abhay Nath},
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    venue = {Munich, Germany},
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  • Schmidt-Kraeplin, M., Thiebes, S., Schöbel, S., & Sunyaev, A.. (2019). Users’ game design element preferences in health behavior change support systems for physical activity: a best-worst-scaling approach. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Over the last decades, physical inactivity has become one of the leading health risk factors in modern societies. To incentivize people to be more physically active, gamified health behavior change support systems (HBCSSs) are a promising approach. These systems often make use of gamification to keep their users engaged over a sustained period of time. However, despite its popularity, gamification often fails due to insufficient designs, which neglect users’ needs. Building on extant research that investigated users’ preferences in other gamification contexts, we conduct a survey among 447 potential users of HBCSSs for physical activity, using a best-worst-scaling approach. Our results indicate that users generally prefer the game design elements progress, goals, points, and levels, which is partially different from past research on preferred game design elements in other contexts. Thus, our research contributes to the understanding of contextual differences in users’ gamification preferences.

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  • Zimmermann, V., Dickhaut, E., Gerber, P., & Vogt, J.. (2019). Vision: shining light on smart homes – supporting informed decision-making of end users. Paper presented at the Ieee institute of electrical and electronics engineers.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Smart Home technologies are promising to enhance quality of life, autonomous living of elderly people and home security. Yet, uncertainty in terms of personal benefits, functionality, cost, privacy and security features influences potential users' decision processes. The vision of this research thus is to support end users' informed decision-making in terms of Smart Home technologies. We developed and tested a prototype of an interactive Smart Home configurator that provides users with targeted information according to their interests. It visualizes Smart Home processes and implications for privacy and security to increase transparency and reduce uncertainty in the decision-process. Ideas for further improving and extending the concept of the Smart Home configurator are discussed.

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    abstract = {Smart Home technologies are promising to enhance quality of life, autonomous living of elderly people and home security. Yet, uncertainty in terms of personal benefits, functionality, cost, privacy and security features influences potential users' decision processes. The vision of this research thus is to support end users' informed decision-making in terms of Smart Home technologies. We developed and tested a prototype of an interactive Smart Home configurator that provides users with targeted information according to their interests. It visualizes Smart Home processes and implications for privacy and security to increase transparency and reduce uncertainty in the decision-process. Ideas for further improving and extending the concept of the Smart Home configurator are discussed.},
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    author = {Zimmermann, Verena and Dickhaut, Ernestine and Gerber, Paul and Vogt, Joachim},
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  • Billert, M., & Peters, C.. (2019). Die digitalisierungsstraße für die stadt der zukunft. Innovative verwaltung, 41(7-8/2019), 10-13.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Vorgestellt wird ein innovatives, multimediales Portal, die sogenannte Digitalisierungsstraße, mit dem die Kompetenzen der Bürgerinnen und Bürger kollaborativ in die Entwicklung neuer städtischer Dienstleistungen eingebunden werden können.

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    author = {Billert, Matthias and Peters, Christoph},
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  • Seeber, I., Bittner, E., Briggs, R. O., de Vreede, T., de Vreede, G., Elkins, A., Maier, R., Merz, A. B., Oeste-Reiß, S., Randrup, N., Schwabe, G., & Söllner, M.. (2019). Machines as teammates: a research agenda on ai in team collaboration. Information & management. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.im.2019.103174
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    What if artificial intelligence (AI) machines became teammates rather than tools? This paper reports on an international initiative by 65 collaboration scientists to develop a research agenda for exploring the potential risks and benefits of machines as teammates (MaT). They generated 819 research questions. A subteam of 12 converged them to a research agenda comprising three design areas – Machine artifact, Collaboration, and Institution – and 17 dualities – significant effects with the potential for benefit or harm. The MaT research agenda offers a structure and archetypal research questions to organize early thought and research in this new area of study.

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    year = 2019
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  • Knote, R., Thies, L. F., Söllner, M., Jandt, S., Roßnagel, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Rechtsverträgliche und qualitätszentrierte gestaltung für "ki made in germany". In Draude, C., Lange, M., & Sick, B. (Eds.), In Informatik 2019: 50 jahre gesellschaft für informatik – informatik für gesellschaft (workshop-beiträge) (, Vol. Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) - Proceedings: Series of the Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI), pp. 421-424). Bonn, Germany: Gesellschaft für informatik (gi). doi:10.18420/inf2019_ws44
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2019-09-13T15:34:42.000+0200},
    address = {Bonn, Germany},
    author = {Knote, Robin and Thies, Laura Friederike and Söllner, Matthias and Jandt, Silke and Roßnagel, Alexander and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/24b82f5cb6440c091ef1e0c8cdf8a6310/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {INFORMATIK 2019: 50 Jahre Gesellschaft für Informatik – Informatik für Gesellschaft (Workshop-Beiträge)},
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    number = {Volume P-295},
    pages = {421-424},
    publisher = {Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI)},
    timestamp = {2019-09-23T16:18:47.000+0200},
    title = {Rechtsverträgliche und qualitätszentrierte Gestaltung für "KI made in Germany"
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    volume = {Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) - Proceedings: Series of the Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI)},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Imas, C., Urbon, U., Kraft, J., Herbst, I., Schöbel, S., Glavas, M., & Oeste-Reiß, S.. (2019). Entwicklung von lernvideos, lernzielen und testfragen in kleinen und mittelständischen unternehmen und ich weiterbildungsinstituten. In Leimeister, J. M., & David, K. (Eds.), In Chancen und herausforderungen des digitalen lernens - methoden und werkzeuge für innovative lehr-lern-konzepte (, pp. 199-218). Berlin: Springer.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
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    address = {Berlin},
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  • Schöbel, S., & Söllner, M.. (2019). Leitfaden für die identifikation, auswahl und kombination von gamification-elementen am beispiel des lernkontextes. In Leimeister, J. M., & David, K. (Eds.), In Chancen und herausforderungen des digitalen lernens - methoden und werkzeuge für innovative lehr-lern-konzepte (, pp. 143-161). Berlin: Springer.
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  • Schöbel, S., & Söllner, M.. (2019). Bedeutung von präferenzen für spielelemente - analyse und empfehlungen für die anpassung von spielelementen durch nutzerpräferenzen. In Leimeister, J. M., & David, K. (Eds.), In Chancen und herausforderungen des digitalen lernens - methoden und werkzeuge für innovative lehr-lern-konzepte (, pp. 121-139). Berlin: Springer.
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  • Glavas, M., Schöbel, S., & Oeste-Reiß, S.. (2019). Referenzprozesse zur aufarbeitung von implizitem wissen zu tätigkeitsfeldern und arbeitsprozessen - ergebnisse einer workshopserie. In Leimeister, J. M., & David, K. (Eds.), In Chancen und herausforderungen des digitalen lernens - methoden und werkzeuge für innovative lehr-lern-konzepte (, pp. 75-94). Berlin: Springer. doi:9783622593899
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  • Glavas, M., Schöbel, S., & Oeste-Reiß, S.. (2019). Über die entwicklung und bedeutung von berufsbildern im lernkontext - ergebnisse einer marktstudie des energieberatungsmarktes. In Leimeister, J. M., & David, K. (Eds.), In Chancen und herausforderungen des digitalen lernens - methoden und werkzeuge für innovative lehr-lern-konzepte (, pp. 11-31). Berlin: Springer.
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  • Industrie Norm 33453, D.. (2019). (din spec 33453) development of digital service systems. entwicklung digitaler dienstleistungssysteme. .
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    description = {Die DIN SPEC 33453 "Entwicklung digitaler Dienstleistungssysteme" beschreibt ein Vorgehensmodell zur agilen, flexiblen und schnellen Entwicklung von digitalen Dienstleistungssystemen im industriellen Kontext. Ausgehend von der konkreten Entwicklung einer Dienstleistung als Leistungsergebnis betrachtet das Vorgehensmodell die ganzheitliche Gestaltung digitaler Dienstleistungssysteme. Dabei werden aktualisierte Methoden aus dem Service Engineering sowie geeignete Methoden aus angrenzenden Bereichen wie Business Analytics und Softwareentwicklung vorgestellt, um Unternehmen dabei zu helfen, den Entwicklungsprozess für ihre eigenen Bedürfnisse zu strukturieren und ihn kundenorientiert, effizient und erfolgreich durchzuführen. Das Dienstleistungsmanagement ist nicht Gegenstand dieser DIN SPEC. Die auf die Implementierung folgende Vermarktung, Leistungskonfiguration, Erbringung, Überwachung und kontinuierliche Verbesserung des Dienstleistungssystems ist daher gesondert zu betrachten. Das Dienstleistungsmanagement kann so auch Anlass dazu geben, das Dienstleistungssystem im Rahmen eines erneuten Entwicklungszyklus neu zu gestalten beziehungsweise anzupassen.},
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  • Kleinschmidt, S., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). How to scale up contact-intensive services: ict-enabled service innovation. Journal of service management (josm). doi:10.1108/JOSM-12-2017-0349
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    Purpose While scaling is a viable approach to respond to growing demand, service providers in contactintensive services – such as education, healthcare, and social services – struggle to innovate their offerings. The reason is that the scaling of contact-intensive services – unlike purely digital settings – has resource limitations. To help ease the situation, the purpose of this article is to identify and describe the practices used in scaling contact-intensive services to support ICTenabled service innovation. Design/methodology/approach The research draws on an in-depth analysis of three contact-intensive services to examine service innovation practices. The analysis informs model development for service scaling. Findings The analysis uncovers three practices for service scaling – service interaction analysis, service pivoting, and service validation – and their related activities that are applied in a cyclic and iterative logic. Research limitations/implications While the findings reveal that the scalability of contact-intensive services is limited and determined by the formative characteristic of personal interaction, this study and its findings describe how to leverage scalability in contact-intensive services. Practical implications The insights into the practices enable service providers of contact-intensive services to iteratively revise their service offerings and the logic of creating value with the service. Originality/value This research identifies and describes for the first time the practices for the scaling of contactintensive services as an operationalisation of ICT-enabled service innovation.

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  • Schomberg, S., Barev, T. J., Janson, A., & Hupfeld, F.. (2019). Ansatz zur umsetzung von datenschutz nach der dsgvo im arbeitsumfeld: datenschutz durch nudging. Paper presented at the Informatik 2019 - 49. jahrestagung der gesellschaft für informatik (gi), Kassel, Germany. doi:10.18420/inf2019_52
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    Die noch recht neue DSGVO hat einige Änderungen mit sich gebracht, welche sich in der Praxis erst noch bewähren und innovativ umgesetzt werden müssen. Insbesondere das Arbeitsumfeld wird von der fortschreitenden Digitalisierung stark verändert und sieht sich neuen Herausforderungen des Datenschutzes gegenüber. Ein Ansatz diesen Herausforderungen zu begegnen könnte die Integration von Privacy Nudges in digitale betriebliche Systeme sein. Ziel von Privacy Nudges ist es dabei den Entscheidungsprozess in digitalen Entscheidungsumgebungen gezielt zu mehr Schutz von personenbezogenen Daten und Privatheit zu beeinflussen. Diesem Ansatz nähert sich dieser Beitrag interdisziplinär, durch Erkenntnisse aus der verhaltensökonomischen, informatischen und der rechtswissenschaftlichen Literatur. Schließlich werden verschiedene Szenarien für den Einsatz von Privacy Nudges in digitalen Arbeitssystemen beschrieben und bewertet.

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  • Knop, N., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Internes crowdsourcing – herausforderungen und lösungsstrategien für eine erfolgreiche transformation der arbeitsorganisation. Hmd praxis der wirtschaftsinformatik, 735-747. doi:https://doi.org/10.1365/s40702-019-00543-4
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    Dieser Artikel hilft Organisationen ihre Mitarbeiter mittels Crowdsourcing in einem digitalen Umfeld zu reorganisieren, um Agilität, Produktivität und Effektivität der Geschäftsprozesse zu erhöhen. Internes Crowdsourcing, in welchem die kollektive Arbeitskraft, Kreativität und Intelligenz der Mitarbeiter effektiver genutzt wird, stellt eine flexible, dezentrale sowie digitale Form der Arbeitsorganisation dar. Dieser Prozess resultiert in einer Transformation der Organisation, der über die einfache Einrichtung der Crowdsourcing-Plattform hinausgeht. Aus diesem Grund stehen viele Unternehmen vor Problemen, diesen Transformationsprozess erfolgreich zu gestalten und können die Vorteile von Crowdsourcing nicht oder nur eingeschränkt nutzen. Daher identifizieren wir in unserem Artikel, basierend anhand einer multiplen Fallstudie fünf Herausforderungen und dazu passende Maßnahmen, um eine erfolgreiche Transformation zu managen. In diesem Rahmen gehen wir in einem Fall auf die Herausforderungen und Lösungen im Detail ein, auf denen wir dann in den zusätzlichen Fällen aufbauen. Schließlich präsentieren wir fünf Herausforderungen, wie inadäquate IT Fähigkeiten und die passenden Lösungsansätze, wie gezielte Schulungen. Diese erlauben es Unternehmen Internes Crowdsourcing als eine innovative Form der Arbeitsorganisation zu nutzen und Agilität sowie Effektivität interner Arbeitsprozesse zu erhöhen.

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  • Billert, M. S., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Agile dienstleistungsentwicklung in einer smart city – eine plattform zur systematischen erstellung digitaler bürgernaher dienstleistungen. In Bruhn, M., & Hadwich, K. (Eds.), In Kooperative dienstleistungen. forum dienstleistungsmanagement. (, pp. 431-447). Wiesbaden, Germany: Springer gabler. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-26389-8_19
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    Die Digitalisierungsstraße ist ein Konzept zur systematischen Entwicklung digitaler bürgernaher Dienstleistungen für eine Stadt, die technisch auf einer erfolgreich an die Stadtverwaltung angebundene Plattform basiert. Sie besteht aus drei Schritten, in denen Bürger unter Verwendung eines multimedialen, bürgerzentrierten Ansatzes ihre Dienstleistungsidee beschreiben, visualisieren und anschließend präsentieren. Erstmalig werden diese Schritte integriert und medienbruchfrei auf einer Plattform auf Basis von Scrum und der webbasierten Plattform GitLab zur Verwaltung agiler Softwareprojekte realisiert.

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  • Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Cloud, hybrid intelligence und digitale arbeit für das engineering von soziotechnischen systemen. In Boes, A., & Langes, B. (Eds.), In Die cloud und der digitale umbruch in wirtschaft und arbeit. strategien, best practices und gestaltungsimpulse. (, pp. 91-99). Freiburg: Haufe group.
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    Als Wirtschaftsinformatiker streben wir danach, Lösungen für relevante Probleme zu gestalten, die technisch stabil, ökonomisch sinnvoll und gesellschaftlich wünschenswert sind. Dies tun wir, indem wir eine soziotechnische Systemperspektive einnehmen. Dieser Artikel präsentiert dabei eine inhaltliche Leitorientierung, wie bereits bekannte und neu aufgekommene Phänomene und Konzepte ganzheitlich ineinandergreifen können.

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    address = {Freiburg},
    author = {Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2b0d7d7e0fd49f5dd5560cf4d9464eaa9/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Die Cloud und der digitale Umbruch in Wirtschaft und Arbeit. Strategien, Best Practices und Gestaltungsimpulse.},
    editor = {Boes, Andreas and Langes, Barbara},
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    isbn = {978-3-648-12473-4},
    keywords = {Cloud Digitale_Arbeit Hybrid_Intelligence Soziotechnische_Systeme itegpub pub_cpe pub_jml},
    number = 1,
    pages = {91-99},
    publisher = {Haufe Group},
    timestamp = {2019-08-06T16:22:27.000+0200},
    title = {Cloud, Hybrid Intelligence und digitale Arbeit für das Engineering von soziotechnischen Systemen},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/JML_739.pdf},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Knote, R.. (2019). Towards smart assistance systems for physical and manual tasks. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Stockholm, Sweden.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Although automation of physical work is continuously accelerated by advances in information technol-ogy, many complex tasks, such as in manufacturing, assembly or maintenance still require human work. In this context, Smart Physical and Manual Task Assistance Systems (SPMTAs) support workers by adapting to their current situation or task. Since the importance of physical work is still evident in a digitized economy, there is a need for properly designed SPMTAs in order to increase job satisfaction and performance of workers by taking off physical and cognitive strain. However, scientific literature on how to design SPMTAs is sparse. Combining sociotechnical systems and work design theory, we derived propositions and conducted interviews with workers of a German car component manufacturer as part of a design science project. The company uses three SPMTAs for assembly, final inspection, and tool management. As a result, we elicited 18 design requirements for SPMTAs to increase job satisfac-tion and performance. In this research-in-progress paper, we present our preliminary results and dis-cuss next steps.

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    }

  • Li, M. M., & Peters, C.. (2019). From service systems engineering to service innovation - a modeling approach. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Due to the advent of digitization, service innovation has become even more important for both business and service research alike. Current service systems engineering approaches have employed a recombinant perspective that follows innovation mechanisms to leverage existing company resources for new service innovations. Employing these innovation mechanisms is still challenging, since there is little support on how to structure and identify these mechanisms. We propose a model-based service system engineering approach to structure existing resources into one formal model, enabling the formalization of service innovation mechanisms. The formalized service innovation mechanisms allow for a graphical illustration and enable future research to apply functions to analyze how innovation impacts entire or specific parts of service systems. Furthermore, the mathematical model enables an object-oriented value-driven perspective on service systems and is basis for graphical software tools. We contribute to literature by formalizing service innovations and its mechanisms in the context of service systems and by combining concepts of service innovation and service systems engineering. We do so by a) formalizing service innovation mechanisms and b) demonstrating the application of formal service innovations along one specific software implementation case. For practice, the service system model can with simulating the effects of service innovations.

    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    abstract = {Due to the advent of digitization, service innovation has become even more important for both business and service research alike. Current service systems engineering approaches have employed a recombinant perspective that follows innovation mechanisms to leverage existing company resources for new service innovations. Employing these innovation mechanisms is still challenging, since there is little support on how to structure and identify these mechanisms. We propose a model-based service system engineering approach to structure existing resources into one formal model, enabling the formalization of service innovation mechanisms. The formalized service innovation mechanisms allow for a graphical illustration and enable future research to apply functions to analyze how innovation impacts entire or specific parts of service systems. Furthermore, the mathematical model enables an object-oriented value-driven perspective on service systems and is basis for graphical software tools. We contribute to literature by formalizing service innovations and its mechanisms in the context of service systems and by combining concepts of service innovation and service systems engineering. We do so by a) formalizing service innovation mechanisms and b) demonstrating the application of formal service innovations along one specific software implementation case. For practice, the service system model can with simulating the effects of service innovations.},
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  • Janson, A., Degen, O., & Schwede, M.. (2019). Designing for social presence and leveraging the outcomes of customer service chatbots. Paper presented at the Academy of management annual meeting (aom), Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Chatbots are innovative text-based dialogue systems that are oftentimes used in digital customer service encounters, since chatbots offer a lot of potential to optimize the relationship with the customer. However, chatbots face various problems, such as low adoption and satisfaction rates as well as other negative reactions from the customer. Companies therefore need to consider different design features when developing their chatbots. Key for designing chatbots is the use of anthropomorphic design elements. In this study, we examine the two anthropomorphic design elements of personification, which includes a human like appearance of the chatbot, and socially oriented communication, which means a more sensitive and extensive communication behavior. We tested the influence of the two design elements on social presence, satisfaction, trusting beliefs and empathy. The results of our experiment support a significant influence of the two anthropomorphic design elements on social presence. In addition, our findings show the central role of social presence concerning chatbot perceptions. First, social presence has a strong direct influence on trusting beliefs, empathy and satisfaction. Second, social presence acts as a mediator for both anthropomorphic design elements on satisfaction with a chatbot. The derived implications provide a theory for understanding anthropomorphic design elements related to chatbots and we offer design principles for practitioners that enable more effective chatbot implementations.

    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    abstract = {Chatbots are innovative text-based dialogue systems that are oftentimes used in digital customer service encounters, since chatbots offer a lot of potential to optimize the relationship with the customer. However, chatbots face various problems, such as low adoption and satisfaction rates as well as other negative reactions from the customer. Companies therefore need to consider different design features when developing their chatbots. Key for designing chatbots is the use of anthropomorphic design elements. In this study, we examine the two anthropomorphic design elements of personification, which includes a human like appearance of the chatbot, and socially oriented communication, which means a more sensitive and extensive communication behavior. We tested the influence of the two design elements on social presence, satisfaction, trusting beliefs and empathy. The results of our experiment support a significant influence of the two anthropomorphic design elements on social presence. In addition, our findings show the central role of social presence concerning chatbot perceptions. First, social presence has a strong direct influence on trusting beliefs, empathy and satisfaction. Second, social presence acts as a mediator for both anthropomorphic design elements on satisfaction with a chatbot. The derived implications provide a theory for understanding anthropomorphic design elements related to chatbots and we offer design principles for practitioners that enable more effective chatbot implementations.},
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  • Dellermann, D., Ebel, P., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Hybrid intelligence. Business & information systems engineering, 61, 637–643. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s12599-019-00595-2
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2019-03-31T17:00:09.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden, Germany},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Ebel, Philipp and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2fcc48706d71285bf4ee20583ef31144f/ls_leimeister},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1007/s12599-019-00595-2},
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    pages = {637–643},
    publisher = {Springer Fachmedien },
    timestamp = {2019-09-23T16:10:42.000+0200},
    title = {Hybrid Intelligence},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/JML_744.pdf},
    volume = 61,
    year = 2019
    }

  • Schöbel, S., Janson, A., Hopp, J. C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Gamification of online training and its relation to engagement and problem-solving outcomes. Paper presented at the Academy of management annual meeting (aom).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2019-03-31T16:20:17.000+0200},
    author = {Schöbel, Sofia and Janson, Andreas and Hopp, Jennifer Christin and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/25ec033e4a1c35fa5fd97a3c665403456/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Academy of Management Annual Meeting (AOM)},
    eventdate = {09.08.2019},
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    timestamp = {2021-07-14T13:28:42.000+0200},
    title = {Gamification of Online Training and its Relation to Engagement and Problem-solving Outcomes},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/JML_746.pdf},
    venue = {Boston, Massachusetts, USA},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Li, M. M., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Developing a production structure model using service-dominant logic – a hypergraph-based modeling approach. Paper presented at the Informs international conference on service science (icss).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    To make a fundamental shift towards value orientation, manufacturing companies strategically move to integrate services into their portfolio. While manufacturing firms rely on production information systems as the backbone of their operations, these systems are based on product structure models (e.g., bill of materials). This poses a problem because services do not adhere to the goods-dominant perspective of product structures. To solve this divide, this paper proposes an integrative mathematical model for both production systems and service systems. This model draws upon concepts of service-dominant logic and is based on hypergraph theory. To illustrate that the production structure model includes both product structures and process structures, we further demonstrate that the production structure model can be transformed into either. Therefore, our theoretical contribution lies in introducing a structural model for production systems that is compatible with structures of a service system model. For practice, this model enables the development of production information systems that can plan and control products, services and hybrids.

    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
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  • Kropf, J., Lamla, J., Leimeister, J. M., Oeste-Reiß, S., & Weber, T.. (2019). Gestaltung hybrider entscheidungsarchitekturen zur förderung kritischer verbraucherkompetenzen. Paper presented at the Internationale tagung wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), Siegen, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Internetanwendungen, Soziale Medien, wirkmächtige KI-Algorithmen und Active‐Learning‐Technologien bilden heute bereits hybride Entscheidungsarchitekturen. Gemeint sind damit die oft unbemerkten Rahmungen innerhalb derer (Verbraucher-)Entscheidungen getroffen werden und die sich auf hybride Verbindungen von künstlicher und menschlicher Intelligenz verteilen. Die Gestalter solcher Architekturen werden dabei mit einer großen Machtfülle ausgestattet, deren Konsequenzen gegenwärtig nur schwer absehbar sind. Daraus ergibt sich für die Forschung die Frage, wie hybride Entscheidungsarchitekturen gesellschaftlich-wünschenswert gestaltet sein sollten, damit sie die kritischen Kompetenzen der Verbraucher erhalten und fördern, anstatt sie unbemerkt zu untergraben. Wir schlagen dafür ein hybrides Entscheidungsunterstützungssystem vor, das durch Erkenntnisse aus den Literaturbereichen der Rechtfertigungsordnungen, Mapping of Controversies sowie auf pädagogischen Aspekten zur Kompetenzförderung aufbaut. Methodisch folgen wir einem gestaltungsorientierten Vorgehen, dem sog. Design Science Approach.

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    address = {Siegen, Germany},
    author = {Kropf, Jonathan and Lamla, Jörn and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Oeste-Reiß, Sarah and Weber, Thorsten},
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    booktitle = {Internationale Tagung Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI)},
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    venue = {Siegen, Germany},
    volume = 14,
    year = 2019
    }

  • Li, M. M., Peters, C., Leimeister, J. M., & Zierau, N.. (2019). Digitale servicesysteme. In Gassman, O., & Sutter, P. (Eds.), Digitale transformation gestalten - geschäftsmodelle, erfolgsfaktoren, checklisten (Zweite ed., pp. 33-41). München: Carl hanser verlag gmbh & co. kg.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2019-03-26T18:36:37.000+0100},
    address = {München},
    author = {Li, Mahei Manhai and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Zierau, Naim},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/24a6e74de5d13ecd23cdee6b4cebbb154/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Digitale Transformation gestalten - Geschäftsmodelle, Erfolgsfaktoren, Checklisten},
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    editor = {Gassman, Oliver and Sutter, Philipp},
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    timestamp = {2019-08-01T01:02:16.000+0200},
    title = { Digitale Servicesysteme},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Oeste-Reiß, S., & Simmert, B.. (2019). Collaboration engineering. Enzyklopädie der wirtschaftsinformatik – online-lexikon, Vol. 10.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2019-03-26T18:13:56.000+0100},
    address = {Berlin},
    author = {Oeste-Reiß, Sarah and Simmert, Benedikt},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2f985af9a27f7936fea64c555bea33187/ls_leimeister},
    editor = {Gronau, Norbert and Becker, Jörg and Kliewer, Natalia and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Overhage, Sven},
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    journal = {Enzyklopädie der Wirtschaftsinformatik – Online-Lexikon},
    keywords = {Collaboration_Engineering Rollen Sechs_Ebenen_Modell Zusammenarbeit cepub itegpub pub_bsi pub_soe},
    publisher = {GITO},
    timestamp = {2019-04-02T15:59:00.000+0200},
    title = {Collaboration Engineering},
    url = {http://www.enzyklopaedie-der-wirtschaftsinformatik.de/Members/wilexKassel/collaboration-engineering/?searchterm=collaboration%20engineering},
    volume = {Vol. 10},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Billert, M. S., & Peters, C.. (2019). Die digitalisierungsstraße für die stadt der zukunft – kollaborative entwicklung eines portals für bürger-initiierte dienstleistungsentwicklung im kontext einer smart city. Hmd praxis der wirtschaftsinformatik, 325 - Digitale Zusammenarbeit(56), 1-18. doi:https://doi.org/10.1365/s40702-018-00490-6
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2019-01-26T23:48:18.000+0100},
    author = {Billert, Matthias Simon and Peters, Christoph},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2b6329bf04f4f46e75c0052730b37cec2/ls_leimeister},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1365/s40702-018-00490-6},
    editor = {Siemon, Dominik and Robra-Bissantz, Susanne},
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    journal = {HMD Praxis der Wirtschaftsinformatik},
    keywords = {Bürgerbeteiligung Dienstleistungssystement Gestaltungsorientierter_Forschungsansatz Kollaborative_Entwicklung Smart_City dempub itegpub pub_cpe pub_mbi},
    number = 56,
    pages = {1-18},
    timestamp = {2019-07-05T14:22:20.000+0200},
    title = {Die Digitalisierungsstraße für die Stadt der Zukunft – Kollaborative Entwicklung eines Portals für bürger-initiierte Dienstleistungsentwicklung im Kontext einer Smart City},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1365/s40702-018-00490-6 },
    volume = {325 - Digitale Zusammenarbeit},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Bittner, E. A. C., Oeste-Reiß, S., Ebel, P. A., & Söllner, M.. (2019). Mensch-maschine-kollaboration: grundlagen, gestaltungsherausforderungen und potenziale für verschiedene anwendungsdomänen. Hmd praxis der wirtschaftsinformatik, 1-16. doi:https://doi.org/10.1365/s40702-018-00487-1
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2019-01-26T14:08:22.000+0100},
    author = {Bittner, Eva A. C. and Oeste-Reiß, Sarah and Ebel, Philipp Alexander and Söllner, Matthias},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2c89af8ddce58a81f7f9081d58d92576f/ls_leimeister},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1365/s40702-018-00487-1},
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    journal = {HMD Praxis der Wirtschaftsinformatik},
    keywords = {Assistenzsysteme Collaboration_Engineering Facilitation Kollaboration Mensch-Maschine-Kollaboration cepub itegpub pub_ebi pub_jml pub_peb pub_soe},
    pages = {1-16},
    timestamp = {2019-04-02T15:36:02.000+0200},
    title = {Mensch-Maschine-Kollaboration: Grundlagen, Gestaltungsherausforderungen und Potenziale für verschiedene Anwendungsdomänen},
    url = {https://rdcu.be/bhhN8 },
    year = 2019
    }

  • Durward, D., Simmert, B., Blohm, I., & Peters, C.. (2019). Internal crowd work as a source of empowerment - an empirical analysis of the perception of employees in a crowdtesting project. Paper presented at the International conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), Siegen, Germany.
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    Internal crowd work has emerged as a new form of digital gainful employment that changes the nature of work. However, the possible effects of internal crowd work on the individual level have been largely neglected. In this paper, we therefore present our research in progress which is concerned with the effects of work characteristics in internal crowd work that have impact on the individual’s empowerment and satisfaction. Thus, we developed our research model and conducted an online survey amongst 118 internal crowd workers of a Swiss bank who were asked to test new software. Our expected contribution will increase the understanding of internal crowd work and provide important insights for organizations to (re-) design work on internal IT-platforms.

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    Internal crowd work has emerged as a new form of digital gainful employment that changes the nature of work. However, the possible effects of internal crowd work on the individual level have been largely neglected. In this paper, we therefore present our research in progress which is concerned with the effects of work characteristics in internal crowd work that have impact on the individual’s empowerment and satisfaction. Thus, we developed our research model and conducted an online survey amongst 118 internal crowd workers of a Swiss bank who were asked to test new software. Our expected contribution will increase the understanding of internal crowd work and provide important insights for organizations to (re-) design work on internal IT-platforms.},
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  • Li, M. M., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Linking strategy and operations using a service business model – a hypergraph theory-based approach. Paper presented at the International research symposium on advancing service research and practice (quis), Karlstad, Sweden.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Business models (BM) have become increasingly important and versatile abstract tools to describe businesses on both, a strategic, as well as operational level (Wirtz et al. 2015). These BMs are used to understand what a business does to remain competitive, strategically (Johnson et al. 2008). Existing research (Johnson et al. 2008; Wirtz et al. 2015) identified the importance of BMs for the success of businesses. Also, practice revealed that financially successful companies ascertain twice the level of importance than less successful companies (IBM, 2007). A BM is a conceptual and structural implementation of a business strategy and the foundation of business processes (Osterwalder and Pigneur, 2002). BMs include a strategy, input factors, processes, with an underlying financial model to ensure the profitability. In recent years BMs have become synonymous with entire companies. Literature shows a heterogeneous abstraction of BMs, sometimes referring to BMs as business unit or products (Wirtz et al. 2015). Service systems literature shows similar structures, with service systems referring to exchanges on an individual level, among business units or entire ecosystems (Chandler and Lusch 2015). We propose that a service systems perspective can systematically model businesses and capture its inherent complexities (Peters et al. 2015). The service business model (SBM) includes (1) the value proposition, which is the firm’s offering to the customer; (2) the value creation and delivery mechanisms, reflecting the value chain; (3) value capture and analysis of the BM and its constituent elements to understand how the firm generates profit. Our model, thus, captures the holistic characteristic of BM, while retaining the detailed information on how the business is constructed. Businesses are confronted with a complex, digitalized world, in which important service innovations are continuously emerging, which need to be designed and linked to the BM of a company, thus addressing the strategy to execution gap (Kaplan and Norton 2009). Typical BM tools, such as the business model canvas (Osterwalder et al. 2005), only provide a descriptive framework for structuring businesses, missing the interrelations of its BM elements. This is important for operational decision makers, who implement new service innovations. In sum, without a SBM that relates the high level strategic information to the detailed operations perspective, BMs only reflect half the picture. Hence, we develop a hypergraph theory-based underlying model for businesses to understand how the business works both from a strategic perspective, as well as from a detailed operational perspective. Our SBM makes value creation visible, relying on a systems perspective linking multi-dimensional input factors with set of activities and actors and thus capturing value proposition, value creation and delivery and value capture mechanisms (Li & Peters 2018). Attached table shows an overview of our SBM, which relies on a formally model (Li et al. 2018). It represents a base structure of businesses and can be used for operational purposes too (e.g.: scheduling, planning and cost analyses) and thus enables a high level strategic perspective to be integrated into the operational perspective, bridging the gap between strategy and execution for successful businesses.

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    Business models (BM) have become increasingly important and versatile abstract tools to describe businesses on both, a strategic, as well as operational level (Wirtz et al. 2015). These BMs are used to understand what a business does to remain competitive, strategically (Johnson et al. 2008). Existing research (Johnson et al. 2008; Wirtz et al. 2015) identified the importance of BMs for the success of businesses. Also, practice revealed that financially successful companies ascertain twice the level of importance than less successful companies (IBM, 2007). A BM is a conceptual and structural implementation of a business strategy and the foundation of business processes (Osterwalder and Pigneur, 2002).
    BMs include a strategy, input factors, processes, with an underlying financial model to ensure the profitability. In recent years BMs have become synonymous with entire companies. Literature shows a heterogeneous abstraction of BMs, sometimes referring to BMs as business unit or products (Wirtz et al. 2015). Service systems literature shows similar structures, with service systems referring to exchanges on an individual level, among business units or entire ecosystems (Chandler and Lusch 2015). We propose that a service systems perspective can systematically model businesses and capture its inherent complexities (Peters et al. 2015). The service business model (SBM) includes (1) the value proposition, which is the firm’s offering to the customer; (2) the value creation and delivery mechanisms, reflecting the value chain; (3) value capture and analysis of the BM and its constituent elements to understand how the firm generates profit. Our model, thus, captures the holistic characteristic of BM, while retaining the detailed information on how the business is constructed.
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    Hence, we develop a hypergraph theory-based underlying model for businesses to understand how the business works both from a strategic perspective, as well as from a detailed operational perspective. Our SBM makes value creation visible, relying on a systems perspective linking multi-dimensional input factors with set of activities and actors and thus capturing value proposition, value creation and delivery and value capture mechanisms (Li & Peters 2018). Attached table shows an overview of our SBM, which relies on a formally model (Li et al. 2018). It represents a base structure of businesses and can be used for operational purposes too (e.g.: scheduling, planning and cost analyses) and thus enables a high level strategic perspective to be integrated into the operational perspective, bridging the gap between strategy and execution for successful businesses.},
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    address = {Karlstad, Sweden},
    author = {Li, Mahei Manhai and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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  • Knote, R.. (2019). Towards solving the personalization-privacy paradox for smart personal assistants. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss).
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-10-25T10:15:03.000+0200},
    author = {Knote, Robin},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/24cfaf3582ca30deb1149fecc9ed7d194/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) },
    eventdate = {07.01.2019-12.01.2019},
    eventtitle = {Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)},
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    timestamp = {2021-07-14T13:47:00.000+0200},
    title = {Towards Solving the Personalization-Privacy Paradox for Smart Personal Assistants},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/JML_728.pdf},
    venue = {Maui, Hawaii, USA},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Knote, R., Janson, A., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Classifying smart personal assistants: an empirical cluster analysis. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-10-25T10:06:20.000+0200},
    author = {Knote, Robin and Janson, Andreas and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/20e88ef3209d02e5bc76fc8e860471f56/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)},
    eventdate = {07.01.2019-12.01.2019},
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    timestamp = {2021-07-14T13:48:41.000+0200},
    title = {Classifying Smart Personal Assistants: An Empirical Cluster Analysis},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/JML_727.pdf},
    venue = {Maui, Hawaii, USA},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Mrass, V., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Crowdworking-plattformen und die digitalisierung der arbeit. In Boes, A., & Langes, B. (Eds.), In Die cloud und der digitale umbruch in wirtschaft und arbeit. strategien, best practices und gestaltungsimpulse (, pp. 173-190). Freiburg, Germany: Haufe group.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-10-23T20:00:31.000+0200},
    address = {Freiburg, Germany},
    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/233649b61bee6fe92eed04a32659ca613/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Die Cloud und der digitale Umbruch in Wirtschaft und Arbeit. Strategien, Best Practices und Gestaltungsimpulse},
    editor = {Boes, Andreas and Langes, Barbara},
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    pages = {173-190},
    publisher = {Haufe Group},
    timestamp = {2019-10-01T16:12:03.000+0200},
    title = {Crowdworking-Plattformen und die Digitalisierung der Arbeit},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/JML_738.pdf},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Mrass, V., & Peters, C.. (2019). Digitale wertschöpfung durch crowd services: neue formen des kundensupports am beispiel mila und swisscom. In Robra-Bissantz, S., & Lattemann, C. (Eds.), In Digital customer experience - mit digitalen diensten kunden gewinnen und halten (, Vol. Edition HMD, pp. 271-282). Wiesbaden, Germany: Springer.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-10-20T11:56:38.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden, Germany},
    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Peters, Christoph},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2a76c4beecb0d37954a758b87b4467e5e/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Digital Customer Experience - mit digitalen Diensten Kunden gewinnen und halten},
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    pages = {271-282},
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    title = {Digitale Wertschöpfung durch Crowd Services: Neue Formen des Kundensupports am Beispiel Mila und Swisscom},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-658-22542-1_19},
    volume = {Edition HMD},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Durward, D., Simmert, B., Peters, C., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). How to empower the workforce – analyzing internal crowd work as a neo-socio-technical system. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-10-05T14:56:41.000+0200},
    author = {Durward, David and Simmert, Benedikt and Peters, Christoph and Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2f76b8e93bac27fcddf990a66ccb506e5/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)},
    eventdate = {07.01.2019-12.01.2019},
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    timestamp = {2021-07-14T13:50:39.000+0200},
    title = {How to Empower the Workforce – Analyzing Internal Crowd Work as a Neo-Socio-Technical System },
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/JML_736.pdf},
    venue = {Waikoloa, Hawaii, USA},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Mrass, V., & Peters, C.. (2019). Managing work systems for complex work via crowdworking platforms - how to orchestrate the interplay of crowds. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-09-26T15:21:33.000+0200},
    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Peters, Christoph},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/22475704d51a2482db3092fc4f58cdf76/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)},
    eventdate = {07.01.2019-12.01.2019},
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    pages = {6347-6356},
    timestamp = {2021-07-14T13:52:56.000+0200},
    title = {Managing Work Systems for Complex Work via Crowdworking Platforms - How to Orchestrate the Interplay of Crowds},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/JML_709.pdf},
    venue = {Maui, Hawaii, USA},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Winkler, R., Briggs, R. O., De Vreede, G., Leimeister, J. M., Oeste-Reiß, S., & Söllner, M.. (2019). Towards a technique for modeling new forms of collaborative work practices – the facilitation process model 2.0. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Collaboration Engineering (CE) is an approach for the design and deployment of repeatable collaborative work practices that can be executed by practitioners themselves without the ongoing support of external collaboration professionals. A key design activity in CE concerns modeling current and future collaborative work practices. CE researchers and practitioners have used the Facilitation Process Model (FPM) technique. However, this modeling technique suffers from a number of shortcomings to model contemporary collaborative work practices. We use a design science approach to identify the main challenges with the original FPM technique, derive requirements and design a revised modeling technique that is based on the current technique enriched by BPMN 2.0 elements. This paper contributes to the CE literature by offering a revised FPM technique that assists CE-designers to capture new forms of collaborative work practices.

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    Collaboration Engineering (CE) is an approach for the design and deployment of repeatable collaborative work practices that can be executed by practitioners themselves without the ongoing support of external collaboration professionals. A key design activity in CE concerns modeling current and future collaborative work practices. CE researchers and practitioners have used the Facilitation Process Model (FPM) technique. However, this modeling technique suffers from a number of shortcomings to model contemporary collaborative work practices. We use a design science approach to identify the main challenges with the original FPM technique, derive requirements and design a revised modeling technique that is based on the current technique enriched by BPMN 2.0 elements. This paper contributes to the CE literature by offering a revised FPM technique that assists CE-designers to capture new forms of collaborative work practices.},
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  • Bittner, E. A. C., Oeste-Reiß, S., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Where is the bot in our team? toward a taxonomy of design option combinations for conversational agents in collaborative work. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    With rapid progress in machine learning, language technologies and artificial intelligence, conversational agents (CAs) gain rising attention in research and prac-tice as potential non-human teammates, facilitators or experts in collaborative work. However, designers of CAs in collaboration still struggle with a lack of com-prehensive understanding of the vast variety of design options in the dynamic field. We address this gap with a taxonomy to help researchers and designers understand the design space and the interrelations of different design options and recognize useful design option com-binations for their CAs. We present the iterative deve-lopment of a taxonomy for the design of CAs grounded in state of the art literature and validated with domain experts. We identify recurring design option combina-tions and white spots from the classified objects that will inform further research and development efforts.

    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    abstract = {With rapid progress in machine learning, language technologies and artificial intelligence, conversational agents (CAs) gain rising attention in research and prac-tice as potential non-human teammates, facilitators or experts in collaborative work. However, designers of CAs in collaboration still struggle with a lack of com-prehensive understanding of the vast variety of design options in the dynamic field. We address this gap with a taxonomy to help researchers and designers understand the design space and the interrelations of different design options and recognize useful design option com-binations for their CAs. We present the iterative deve-lopment of a taxonomy for the design of CAs grounded in state of the art literature and validated with domain experts. We identify recurring design option combina-tions and white spots from the classified objects that will inform further research and development efforts.},
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    venue = {Maui, Hawaii, USA},
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  • Nikolaus, L., Dominik, D., & Philipp, E.. (2019). Managing initial coin offerings: towards a taxonomy of ico processes. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    07.01.2019-12.01.2019

    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    abstract = {07.01.2019-12.01.2019},
    added-at = {2018-09-14T21:20:06.000+0200},
    author = {Nikolaus, Lipusch and Dominik, Dellermann and Philipp, Ebel},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2d85cf7829f632574ecb05ba6b6034316/ls_leimeister},
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    venue = {Maui, Hawaii, USA},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Rietsche, R., & Söllner, M.. (2019). Insights on using it-based peer feedback to practice the students' providing feedback skill. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    The skills students need today, have changed over the last decades. The required skills shift more and more towards higher order thinking skills such as critical thinking, collaboration and communication. One of the main factors to practice these skills is through formative feedback. Which in our setting consist of self-assessment and peer-assessment. However, today’s lecturers are facing the challenge that the amount of students per lecture continuously increases, while the available budget stagnates. Hence, large scale lectures often lack feedback caused by the scarcity of resources. To overcome this issue we propose a teaching-learning scenario, using IT to provide formative feedback at scale. In this paper, we are focusing on the students providing feedback skill, which is important for collaborative tasks. In our experiment with around 101 master students, we were able to show that the students ability to provide feedback significantly improved by attending IT-based peer feedback iterations.

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    timestamp = {2021-07-14T14:25:14.000+0200},
    title = {Insights on Using IT-Based Peer Feedback to Practice the Students' Providing Feedback Skill},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/JML_735.pdf},
    venue = {Maui, Hawaii, USA},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Dellermann, D., Calma, A., Lipusch, N., Weber, T., Weigel, S., & Ebel, P.. (2019). The future of human-ai collaboration: a taxonomy of design knowledge for hybrid intelligence systems. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Recent technological advances, especially in the field of machine learning, provide astonishing progress on the road towards artificial general intelligence. However, tasks in current real-world business applications cannot yet be solved by machines alone. We, therefore, identify the need for developing socio-technological ensembles of humans and machines. Such systems possess the ability to accomplish complex goals by combining human and artificial intelligence to collectively achieve superior results and continuously improve by learning from each other. Thus, the need for structured design knowledge for those systems arises. Following a taxonomy development method, this article provides three main contributions: First, we present a structured overview of interdisciplinary research on the role of humans in the machine learning pipeline. Second, we envision hybrid intelligence systems and conceptualize the relevant dimensions for system design for the first time. Finally, we offer useful guidance for system developers during the implementation of such applications.

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  • Mrass, V., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2019). Crowdworking-plattformen als innovative dienstleistungssysteme. In Stich, V., Schumann, J. H., Beverungen, D., Gudergan, G., & Jussen, P. (Eds.), In Digitale dienstleistungsinnovationen. smart services agil und kundenorientiert entwickeln (, pp. 245-257). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer vieweg. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-59517-6
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-06-24T13:39:38.000+0200},
    address = {Berlin, Heidelberg },
    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/20c4e463efbac9fc70f157d154e9c7823/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = { Digitale Dienstleistungsinnovationen. Smart Services agil und kundenorientiert entwickeln},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-59517-6},
    editor = {Stich, Volker and Schumann, Jan Hendrik and Beverungen, Daniel and Gudergan, Gerhard and Jussen, Philipp},
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    intrahash = {0c4e463efbac9fc70f157d154e9c7823},
    isbn = {978-3-662-59516-9},
    keywords = {Crowdsourcing Crowdworking-Plattformen Digitalisierung Projekt_Cloud_und_Crowd itegpub pub_cpe pub_jml pub_vmr},
    pages = {245-257},
    publisher = {Springer Vieweg},
    timestamp = {2019-10-01T15:17:22.000+0200},
    title = {Crowdworking-Plattformen als innovative Dienstleistungssysteme},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/JML_689.pdf},
    year = 2019
    }

  • Agarwal, N., Bästlein, M., Böhmann, T., Ernst, S., Fritzsche, A., Grotherr, C., Hoffmann, H., Klemm, P., Leimeister, J. M., Li, M. M., Möslein, K. M., Peters, C., Sarpong, B., Saxe, S., Schmidt, T., Schymanietz, M., Wurfbaum, M. S., Semmann, M., & Ziegler, D.. (2019). Nutzergenerierte dienstleistungssysteme zur digitalen transformation von organisationen. In Digivation Springer.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-03-14T16:45:30.000+0100},
    author = {Agarwal, Nivedita and Bästlein, Moritz and Böhmann, Tilo and Ernst, Sissy-Josefina and Fritzsche, Albrecht and Grotherr, Christian and Hoffmann, Holger and Klemm, Pablo and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Li, Mahei M. and Möslein, Kathrin M. and Peters, Christoph and Sarpong, Benjamin and Saxe, Sebastian and Schmidt, Thorsten and Schymanietz, Martin and Wurfbaum, Moritz S. and Semmann, Martin and Ziegler, Dirk},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/235944d6e8ba586c886e4fafda8b47a4c/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Digivation},
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    publisher = {Springer},
    timestamp = {2019-10-16T13:57:13.000+0200},
    title = {Nutzergenerierte Dienstleistungssysteme zur digitalen Transformation von Organisationen},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-662-59517-6_15},
    year = 2019
    }

2018

  • Blohm, I., Zogaj, S., Bretschneider, U., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). How to manage crowdsourcing platforms effectively?. California management review (cmr), 60(2), 122-149. doi:10.1177/0008125617738255
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    To profit from crowdsourcing, organizations can engage in four different approaches: microtasking, information pooling, broadcast search, and open collaboration. This article presents 21 governance mechanisms that can help organizations manage their crowdsourcing platforms. It investigates the effectiveness of these governance mechanisms in 19 case studies and recommends specific configurations of these mechanisms for each of the four crowdsourcing approaches. Also, it offers guidance to organizations that host a crowdsourcing platform by providing recommendations for implementing governance mechanisms into their platforms and building up governance capabilities for crowdsourcing.

    @article{ls_leimeister,
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    added-at = {2021-02-07T13:54:49.000+0100},
    author = {Blohm, Ivo and Zogaj, Shkodran and Bretschneider, Ulrich and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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    timestamp = {2021-02-13T16:38:39.000+0100},
    title = {How to Manage Crowdsourcing Platforms Effectively?},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/JML_808.pdf},
    volume = 60,
    year = 2018
    }

  • Klesel, M., Kampling, H., Bretschneider, U., & Niehaves, B.. (2018). Does the ability to choose matter? on the relationship between bring-your-own behavior and it satisfaction. Communications of the association for information systems, 43(36), 690–710. doi:10.17705/1CAIS.04336
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Employees increasingly complete organizational tasks using privately owned consumer technologies such as private devices (e.g., smartphones) or private Internet accounts (e.g., email accounts). Higher satisfaction constitutes a major reason for this bring-your-own behavior (BYOB). However, little research has theoretically explored and empirically tested this assumption. This study sheds light on this phenomenon by analyzing the effect of BYOB on IT satisfaction. Drawing from social cognitive theory, we propose choice self-efficacy as a new construct that intermediates the relationship between BYOB and IT satisfaction. Building on results from survey data (n = 400), we provide new evidence that BYOB has a positive effect on IT satisfaction whereby choice self-efficacy plays a vital element as it mediates this relationship. Since IT satisfaction shapes how people use technology and how they perform with it, we derive important implications for future research on IT consumerization. Furthermore, we provide several conclusions for practitioners and discuss how to enhance IT satisfaction and choice self-efficacy.

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    author = {Klesel, Michael and Kampling, Henrik and Bretschneider, Ulrich and Niehaves, Björn},
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  • Billert, M. S.. (2018). Developing and implementing citizen-initiated services. Paper presented at the International conference on exporing service science (iess).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Most citizen participation concepts in city administrations are not sufficiently developed and stop at the idea phase of service engineering, which leads to challenges for administrations. However, top-down approaches of the government fail because citizens do not accept the invitation to participate and bottom-up approaches of citizen initiatives claim the attention and support of administrations. To counteract this, citizens are involved as experts of their everyday life. Following design science research, we iteratively build the “digitalization street”, which is a portal that systematically guides the citizens through the development of own services. For a formative and artificial evaluation, we used a framework with a human risk and effectiveness strategy. Thus, we contribute to the existing body of knowledge by systematically reconditioned knowledge about citizen sensing and we exhibit requirements for guidelines concerning how citizens can develop own services that can be implemented in the city administrations.

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    abstract = {Most citizen participation concepts in city administrations are not sufficiently developed and stop at the idea phase of service engineering, which leads to challenges for administrations. However, top-down approaches of the government fail because citizens do not accept the invitation to participate and bottom-up approaches of citizen initiatives claim the attention and support of administrations. To counteract this, citizens are involved as experts of their everyday life. Following design science research, we iteratively build the “digitalization street”, which is a portal that systematically guides the citizens through the development of own services. For a formative and artificial evaluation, we used a framework with a human risk and effectiveness strategy. Thus, we contribute to the existing body of knowledge by systematically reconditioned knowledge about citizen sensing and we exhibit requirements for guidelines concerning how citizens can develop own services that can be implemented in the city administrations.},
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    author = {Billert, Matthias Simon},
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  • Söllner, M.. (2018). Designing digital innovations in learning. St.Gallen: .
    [BibTeX]
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    address = {St.Gallen},
    author = {Söllner, Matthias},
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    timestamp = {2019-01-26T23:56:01.000+0100},
    title = {Designing Digital Innovations in Learning},
    year = 2018
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  • Mrass, V., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Crowdworking-plattformen als enabler neuer formen der arbeitsorganisation. In Fortmann, H. R., & Kolocek, B. (Eds.), In Arbeitswelt der zukunft: trends - arbeitsraum - menschen - kompetenzen (, pp. 139-151). Wiesbaden, Germany: Gabler verlag. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-20969-8
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-12-28T11:17:24.000+0100},
    address = {Wiesbaden, Germany},
    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/277d3c0ec9c1f4b31934c05e3e6a52d91/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Arbeitswelt der Zukunft: Trends - Arbeitsraum - Menschen - Kompetenzen},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-658-20969-8},
    editor = {Fortmann, Harald R. and Kolocek, Barbara},
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    isbn = {978-3-658-20968-1},
    keywords = {Crowd_Work Crowdsourcing Crowdworking-Plattformen Digitalisierung itegpub pub_jml pub_vmr},
    number = 1,
    pages = {139-151},
    publisher = {Gabler Verlag},
    timestamp = {2018-12-28T11:35:59.000+0100},
    title = {Crowdworking-Plattformen als Enabler neuer Formen der Arbeitsorganisation},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-658-20969-8_10},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Mrass, V., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Handlungsbroschüre crowdworking-plattformen - neue organisationskonzepte für dienstleistungen nachhaltig gestalten (7 ed. Vol. ITeG Technical Reports: Wissenschaftliches Zentrum für Informationstechnik-Gestaltung (ITeG) an der Universität Kassel). Kassel, Germany: Kassel university press.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @book{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-12-13T14:50:35.000+0100},
    address = {Kassel, Germany},
    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/290d2c9a34230902c57340efbe7c2f977/ls_leimeister},
    edition = 7,
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    isbn = {978-3-7376-5073-1},
    keywords = {Crowdsourcing Crowdworking-Plattformen Digitalisierung Projekt_Cloud_und_Crowd itegpub pub_jml pub_pch pub_vmr},
    number = 7,
    publisher = {Kassel University Press},
    timestamp = {2020-05-14T13:24:50.000+0200},
    title = {Handlungsbroschüre Crowdworking-Plattformen - Neue Organisationskonzepte für Dienstleistungen nachhaltig gestalten},
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    volume = {ITeG Technical Reports: Wissenschaftliches Zentrum für Informationstechnik-Gestaltung (ITeG) an der Universität Kassel},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Li, M. M., Peters, C., Ernst, S., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Towards bridging the gap between business model innovation and practice using hypergraph-based modeling. Paper presented at the Informs international conference on service science (icss).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-12-09T19:46:25.000+0100},
    author = {Li, Mahei Manhai and Peters, Christoph and Ernst, Sissy-Josefina and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/262df6a8bd1bd83d4920dd82790fa5fb6/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {INFORMS International Conference on Service Science (ICSS)},
    eventdate = {04.11.18-07.11.18},
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    title = {Towards Bridging the Gap between Business Model Innovation and Practice Using Hypergraph-based Modeling},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/JML_723.pdf},
    venue = {Phoenix, Arizona, USA},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Li, M. M.. (2018). A service system modelling approach. Paper presented at the International conference on exporing service science (iess).
    [BibTeX]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-12-09T18:37:06.000+0100},
    author = {Li, Mahei Manhai},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/22aae7cf79d47698c2c942588c76d08da/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Exporing Service Science (IESS)},
    eventdate = {19.09.2018-21.09.2018},
    eventtitle = {International Conference on Exporing Service Science (IESS)},
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    language = {english},
    month = sep,
    timestamp = {2021-07-22T12:54:49.000+0200},
    title = {A service system modelling approach},
    venue = {Karlsruhe, Germany},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Schöbel, S., & Janson, A.. (2018). Avatar designs are in the eye of the beholder – about identifying preferred avatar designs in digital learning. Paper presented at the Annual pre-icis workshop on hci research in mis (pre-icis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Gamification focuses on using game-like elements in non-entertainment-based contexts. An example for a game element is an avatar. Although lots of research has focused on analyzing avatars in gamification, little is known about which kind of avatar design users prefer. Especially avatars in gamification that are used as tutors or mentors for learning purposes do not spark the interest of users. Thus, the goal of our paper is to analyze the kinds of avatar designs users of digital learning environments such as learning management systems would prefer. For that purpose, we use a best-worst scaling approach to analyze if the familiarity and shape of avatars determine user preferences in gamification. Our research will contribute to research and practice as it delivers implications about how to design avatars in gamified learning systems. We will enrich theory by getting a better understanding about the general meaning of user-centered avatar designs in gamification.

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    author = {Schöbel, Sofia and Janson, Andreas},
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    title = {Avatar Designs are in the Eye of the Beholder – About Identifying Preferred Avatar Designs in Digital Learning},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/JML_722.pdf},
    venue = {San Francisco, California, USA},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Augenstein, D., Fleig, C., & Dellermann, D.. (2018). Towards value proposition mining – exploration of design principles. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-11-06T17:01:33.000+0100},
    author = {Augenstein, Dominik and Fleig, Christian and Dellermann, Dominik},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/245602fc1f92604022815bb4ab715f3b3/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    eventdate = {13.12.2018-16.12.2018},
    eventtitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
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    keywords = {Value_proposition business_model design_science itegpub pub_cfl pub_dau pub_dde},
    timestamp = {2021-07-22T13:03:16.000+0200},
    title = {Towards Value Proposition Mining – Exploration of Design Principles},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/JML_718.pdf},
    venue = {San Francisco, California, USA},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Troll, J., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Why incorporating a platform-intermediary can increase crowdsourcees’ engagement. Business & information systems engineering (bise), 433-450. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s12599-018-0558-9
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-11-05T14:24:29.000+0100},
    author = {Troll, Julia and Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/27672afd05dc92c7c04288dc2e9941026/ls_leimeister},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1007/s12599-018-0558-9},
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    journal = {Business & Information Systems Engineering (BISE)},
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    pages = {433-450},
    timestamp = {2020-09-29T14:51:43.000+0200},
    title = {Why Incorporating a Platform-Intermediary can Increase Crowdsourcees’ Engagement},
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    year = 2018
    }

  • Li, M. M., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Dynamic solutions in service systems. Paper presented at the Ais sig svc pre-icis workshop (pre-icis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    With the rapidly increasing number and complexity of service demands, service providers need to become even more flexible and faster. To accommodate this, the service system needs to dynamically reconfigure its required resourced based on the context of both service providers and the customer. The resulting chosen service system configuration is called a dynamic solution. Our research question is therefore as follow: How can we implement the characteristic of dynamic solutions based on the service system model (SSM)? We demonstrate our model using a real-life citizen-based produce delivery service. We contribute by being able to quantify service system configurations and compare different configurations dynamically. Keywords: Service operations, operationalizing

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    With the rapidly increasing number and complexity of service demands, service providers need to become even more flexible and faster. To accommodate this, the service system needs to dynamically reconfigure its required resourced based on the context of both service providers and the customer. The resulting chosen service system configuration is called a dynamic solution. Our research question is therefore as follow: How can we implement the characteristic of dynamic solutions based on the service system model (SSM)? We demonstrate our model using a real-life citizen-based produce delivery service. We contribute by being able to quantify service system configurations and compare different configurations dynamically.
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  • Schneider, T., Janson, A., & Schöbel, S.. (2018). Understanding the effects of gamified feedback in mobile learning – an experimental investigation. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), San Francisco, California, USA.
    [BibTeX]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-11-01T14:31:16.000+0100},
    address = {San Francisco, California, USA},
    author = {Schneider, Tim and Janson, Andreas and Schöbel, Sofia},
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    title = {Understanding the Effects of Gamified Feedback in Mobile Learning – An Experimental Investigation},
    year = 2018
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  • Simmert, B., Ebel, P. A., Peters, C., Bittner, E. A. C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Conquering the challenge of continuous business model improvement design of a repeatable process. Business & information systems engineering (bise)(Online First), 1-18. doi:10.1007/s12599-018-0556-y
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    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-10-25T14:23:04.000+0200},
    author = {Simmert, Benedikt and Ebel, Philipp Alexander and Peters, Christoph and Bittner, Eva Alice Christiane and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2c72b9e5c0726525c3b1fbc493a762541/ls_leimeister},
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    timestamp = {2020-04-01T13:29:44.000+0200},
    title = {Conquering the Challenge of Continuous Business Model Improvement Design of a Repeatable Process},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1007/s12599-018-0556-y},
    year = 2018
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  • Knote, R., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Towards a pattern language for smart personal assistants. Paper presented at the Conference on pattern languages of programs (plop).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Supporting users in their daily activities, thus, making their lives more comfortable, has long been a goal for consumer-oriented systems development. With the rise of smart personal assistants (SPAs), however, we have reached a new milestone along the path towards this goal. These systems assist their owners by providing personalized and context-dependent information and service. Today's implementations reach from conversational agents, such as Siri, Cortana or Google Assistant, over chatbots, which are primarily text-based, to cognitive assistants, which assist according to a user's current cognitive or emotional state. However, although both research and practice proceed with full pace, recurring design elements of SPAs have not yet been investigated. We hence propose a pattern language for smart personal assistants to guide further empirical and design efforts. Therefore, we review existing information systems, computer science and human-computer interaction literature to find recurring design characteristics among 115 different assistants. The resulting pattern language contains 22 patterns that specify the interaction behavior and the intelligence of smart personal assistants.

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  • Thies, L. F., Knote, R., Jandt, S., Söllner, M., Roßnagel, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Anforderungs- und entwurfsmuster als instrumente des privacy by design. In Roßnagel, A., Friedewald, M., & Hansen, M. (Eds.), In Die fortentwicklung des datenschutzes. dud-fachbeiträge (, pp. 175-191). Wiesbaden, Germany: Springer vieweg. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-23727-1_10
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-10-05T15:04:50.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden, Germany},
    author = {Thies, Laura Friederike and Knote, Robin and Jandt, Silke and Söllner, Matthias and Roßnagel, Alexander and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2d6a5de65ffed1a4a9f5d6ad451f30d0f/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Die Fortentwicklung des Datenschutzes. DuD-Fachbeiträge},
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    timestamp = {2018-10-20T12:03:39.000+0200},
    title = {Anforderungs- und Entwurfsmuster als Instrumente des Privacy by Design},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-658-23727-1_10},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Kleinschmidt, S., Ebel, P., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Erstellung neuer geschäftsmodelle für ikt-basierte, personenbezogene dienstleistungssysteme. In Bruhn, M., & Hadwich, K. (Eds.), In Service business development: strategien – innovationen – geschäftsmodelle (, Vol. 1, pp. 379-402). Wiesbaden, Germany: Springer nature. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-22426-4_16
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-10-05T14:41:13.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden, Germany},
    author = {Kleinschmidt, Stefan and Ebel, Philipp and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2c656dbc6a018303e79feed91ad9d7d3d/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Service Business Development: Strategien – Innovationen – Geschäftsmodelle},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-658-22426-4_16},
    editor = {Bruhn, Manfred and Hadwich, Karsten},
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    title = {Erstellung neuer Geschäftsmodelle für IKT-basierte, personenbezogene Dienstleistungssysteme},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-658-22426-4_16},
    volume = 1,
    year = 2018
    }

  • Li, M. M., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). A hypergraph-based modeling approach for service systems. Paper presented at the Informs international conference on service science (icss).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Currently, research on service science has emerged as its own discipline, where service systems are its basic unit of analysis. However, without a clearly defined modeling approach for service systems, analyzing a service system is challenging. We therefore propose a conceptual hypergraph-based modeling approach, which can be used to model services for both traditional goods-dominant businesses, as well as service-businesses. We define key elements of a service system while drawing upon hypergraph theory and present three modeling properties which are required to model a service systems graph (SSG). The focus of SSGs is to describe the relationships between the various resources, actors and activities, thus configuring a service system. It provides the foundation for computer graphic simulations and database applications of service business structure for future research.

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  • Li, M. M., & Peters, C.. (2018). Reconceptualizing service systems – introducing service system graphs. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Currently, research on service science has emerged as its own discipline, where service systems are its basic unit of analysis. However, without a clearly defined modeling approach for service systems, analyzing a service system is challenging. We therefore propose a conceptual hypergraph-based modeling approach, which can be used to model services for both traditional goods-dominant businesses, as well as service-businesses. We define key elements of a service system while drawing upon hypergraph theory and present three modeling properties which are required to model a service systems graph (SSG). The focus of SSGs is to describe the relationships between the various resources, actors and activities, thus configuring a service system. It provides the foundation for computer graphic simulations and database applications of service business structure for future research.

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  • Calma, A., Kuhn, J., Leimeister, J. M., Lukowicz, P., Oeste-Reiß, S., Schmidt, A., Sick, B., Stumme, G., Tomforde, S., & Zweig, A. K.. (2018). A concept for productivity tracking based on collaborative interactive learning techniques. Paper presented at the International conference on architecture of computing systems (arcs).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    The academic success of individual students differs widely and it depends on various factors, ranging from financial to social and to health aspects. In this article, we propose a concept for a novel productivity tracking system that provides the basis for a self-assessment of academic behaviour and that can be used by students to support their academic success. The development of such a system requires interdisciplinary efforts, most of them located in the field of collaborative interactive learning (CIL) that is grounded on a socio-technical system perspective. The system is interactive since it is based on bidirectional communication, collaborative in the sense that it uses students, other students, and external sources such as the Internet for generation of knowledge, and learning in the sense that it continuously and autonomously acquires knowledge. It is further self-organised as it decides about interaction partners and self-adaptive in terms of modifying its behaviour according to changing conditions.

    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    abstract = {The academic success of individual students differs widely and it depends on various factors, ranging from financial to social and to health aspects. In this article, we propose a concept for a novel productivity tracking system that provides the basis for a self-assessment of academic behaviour and that can be used by students to support their academic success. The development of such a system requires interdisciplinary efforts, most of them located in the field of collaborative interactive learning (CIL) that is grounded on a socio-technical system perspective. The system is interactive since it is based on bidirectional communication, collaborative in the sense that it uses students, other students, and external sources such as the Internet for generation of knowledge, and learning in the sense that it continuously and autonomously acquires knowledge. It is further self-organised as it decides about interaction partners and self-adaptive in terms of modifying its behaviour according to changing conditions.},
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    author = {Calma, Adrian and Kuhn, Jochen and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Lukowicz, Paul and Oeste-Reiß, Sarah and Schmidt, Albrecht and Sick, Bernhard and Stumme, Gerd and Tomforde, Sven and Zweig, Anna Katharina},
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    venue = {Braunschweig, Germany},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Mrass, V., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Good practices deutscher crowdworking-plattformen. In Iteg technical reports, band 6: herausforderung cloud & crowd: good practices und handlungsempfehlungen (, pp. 13-20). Kassel, Germany: University press.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-09-26T15:38:52.000+0200},
    address = {Kassel, Germany},
    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2bbdf3d0aa2edeafaa3c7bdbe2cef4dd7/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = { ITeG Technical Reports, Band 6: Herausforderung Cloud & Crowd: Good Practices und Handlungsempfehlungen},
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    pages = {13-20},
    publisher = {University Press},
    timestamp = {2018-09-28T14:50:18.000+0200},
    title = {Good Practices deutscher Crowdworking-Plattformen},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/JML_710.pdf},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Schöbel, S., & Janson, A.. (2018). Gamifying information systems - improving motivation and effective use through a theory-motivated method. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-09-19T18:45:01.000+0200},
    author = {Schöbel, Sofia and Janson, Andreas},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/263d44c3ecd12c524cb9701226cd0bcab/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    eventdate = {13.12.2018-16.12.2018},
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    timestamp = {2021-07-27T09:22:42.000+0200},
    title = {Gamifying Information Systems - Improving Motivation and Effective Use Through a Theory-motivated Method},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/JML_717.pdf},
    venue = {San Francisco, CA, USA},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Thiel de Gafenco, M., Janson, A., & Schneider, T.. (2018). Kolearn – smarte und kontextsensitive aus- und weiterbildung für die chinesische industrie. Paper presented at the Die 16. e-learning fachtagung informatik (delfi), lecture notes in informatics (lni), Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-09-14T21:26:13.000+0200},
    address = {Frankfurt am Main, Germany},
    author = {Thiel de Gafenco, Marian and Janson, Andreas and Schneider, Tim},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2ef89a4de7f29f46daa1997cc73fbf9de/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Die 16. E-Learning Fachtagung Informatik (DeLFI), Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI)},
    editor = {Krömker, Detlef and Schroeder, Ulrik},
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    number = {P-284},
    pages = {281-282},
    timestamp = {2020-01-07T19:50:48.000+0100},
    title = {KoLeArn – Smarte und kontextsensitive Aus- und Weiterbildung für die chinesische Industrie},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/JML_707.pdf},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Rietsche, R., Duss, K., Persch, J. M., & Söllner, M.. (2018). Design and evaluation of an it-based formative feedback tool to foster student performance. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Today’s world is changing faster than ever before. Students need to constantly acquire new knowledge and the required skills shift more and more to higher order thinking skills. One major approach to support the students in this shift is through formative feedback, which initiates self-regulated learning processes. However, given the constant rise of student numbers while public spending remains constant, one of the major challenges is how to effectively provide formative feedback in large-scale lectures. The aim of our project is to develop an IT-tool which provides students with formative feedback to increase their performance in large-scale lectures. Our results show that through the use of the IT-tool the objective and perceived student performance can be significantly increased. By documenting our design knowledge according to the eight components of Gregor and Jones (2007), we take a first step towards creating a design theory for formative feedback tools.

    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    abstract = {Today’s world is changing faster than ever before. Students need to constantly acquire new knowledge and the required skills shift more and more to higher order thinking skills. One major approach to support the students in this shift is through formative feedback, which initiates self-regulated learning processes. However, given the constant rise of student numbers while public spending remains constant, one of the major challenges is how to effectively provide formative feedback in large-scale lectures. The aim of our project is to develop an IT-tool which provides students with formative feedback to increase their performance in large-scale lectures. Our results show that through the use of the IT-tool the objective and perceived student performance can be significantly increased. By documenting our design knowledge according to the eight components of Gregor and Jones (2007), we take a first step towards creating a design theory for formative feedback tools.},
    added-at = {2018-09-14T21:14:08.000+0200},
    author = {Rietsche, Roman and Duss, Kevin and Persch, Jan Martin and Söllner, Matthias},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/22db408dbe6db523222d82a9d8848d8ea/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    eventdate = {12.12.2018},
    eventtitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
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    timestamp = {2021-07-27T10:25:52.000+0200},
    title = {Design and Evaluation of an IT-based Formative Feedback Tool to Foster Student Performance},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/JML_719.pdf},
    venue = {San Francisco, CA, USA},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Janson, A., & Schöbel, S.. (2018). Nudging privacy in digital work systems – towards the development of a design theory. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Digitization changes our society, the way we work and the way we generate value in work systems. More precisely, it equally affects how business and employees organize their work. While there is a tremendous innovation potential for businesses such as more flexible and efficient work arrangements, there are also tremendous privacy risks. Such privacy risks especially relate to issues that employees leave data traces in every working step while being oftentimes not aware of their generated data. Employees leave data traces on intranet platforms such as Wikis and on external work tools such as Slack and reveal not only personal information but also company insights. At the same time companies must handle new privacy regulations such as the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which do not only affect companies in the European countries but also providers of information systems (IS) all around the world that offer their services in Europe. Thus, innovative approaches for considering challenges that exist because of privacy related issues are needed. A promising approach to overcome the aforementioned privacy issues of digital working environments is the application of digital nudges in IS – small design modifications in digital choice environments which guide peoples’ behavior (Weinmann et al. 2016). The nudge theory – originally derived from behavioral economics– is based on the irrational behavior of human beings. A nudge “is any aspect of the choice architecture that alters people’s behavior in a predictable way without forbidding any options or significantly changing their economic incentives” (Thaler and Sunstein 2008, p. 6) and is typically applied in offline environments, e.g., to nudge individuals for being organ donors through a default opt-in. By relying on the concept of nudging, individuals in digital work system could be nudged to improve their decisions when disclosing data. This is especially prevalent, since many individuals are not aware about how their data is used. As such, there is a lack of research regarding nudging in context of digital work systems and privacy which should be addressed in a socio-technical research approach. By examining the impact and perception of digital nudges in work systems, we want to shed light on the application, design and effects of nudges to overcome challenges that arise because of privacy related issues. We therefore first examine use cases and requirements for nudging in digital work system under the consideration of users, companies and other stakeholders. Since we draw on a socio-technical view, we incorporate requirements that relate to a legal as well as an ethical perspective for nudging privacy. By this means, we develop a design theory for privacy nudging by an iterative design and evaluation process in the field. The ultimate goal is to improve decisions concerning data disclosure and, secondary, increase by this means trust and acceptance of digital work systems by lowering privacy concerns. By developing a design theory, we contribute to the body of knowledge with a more profound understanding of digital nudging in the context of privacy as well as with prescriptive design knowledge for nudging in digital work systems.

    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    abstract = {Digitization changes our society, the way we work and the way we generate value in work systems. More precisely, it equally affects how business and employees organize their work. While there is a tremendous innovation potential for businesses such as more flexible and efficient work arrangements, there are also tremendous privacy risks. Such privacy risks especially relate to issues that employees leave data traces in every working step while being oftentimes not aware of their generated data. Employees leave data traces on intranet platforms such as Wikis and on external work tools such as Slack and reveal not only personal information but also company insights. At the same time companies must handle new privacy regulations such as the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which do not only affect companies in the European countries but also providers of information systems (IS) all around the world that offer their services in Europe. Thus, innovative approaches for considering challenges that exist because of privacy related issues are needed.
    A promising approach to overcome the aforementioned privacy issues of digital working environments is the application of digital nudges in IS – small design modifications in digital choice environments which guide peoples’ behavior (Weinmann et al. 2016). The nudge theory – originally derived from behavioral economics– is based on the irrational behavior of human beings. A nudge “is any aspect of the choice architecture that alters people’s behavior in a predictable way without forbidding any options or significantly changing their economic incentives” (Thaler and Sunstein 2008, p. 6) and is typically applied in offline environments, e.g., to nudge individuals for being organ donors through a default opt-in. By relying on the concept of nudging, individuals in digital work system could be nudged to improve their decisions when disclosing data. This is especially prevalent, since many individuals are not aware about how their data is used. As such, there is a lack of research regarding nudging in context of digital work systems and privacy which should be addressed in a socio-technical research approach.
    By examining the impact and perception of digital nudges in work systems, we want to shed light on the application, design and effects of nudges to overcome challenges that arise because of privacy related issues. We therefore first examine use cases and requirements for nudging in digital work system under the consideration of users, companies and other stakeholders. Since we draw on a socio-technical view, we incorporate requirements that relate to a legal as well as an ethical perspective for nudging privacy. By this means, we develop a design theory for privacy nudging by an iterative design and evaluation process in the field. The ultimate goal is to improve decisions concerning data disclosure and, secondary, increase by this means trust and acceptance of digital work systems by lowering privacy concerns. By developing a design theory, we contribute to the body of knowledge with a more profound understanding of digital nudging in the context of privacy as well as with prescriptive design knowledge for nudging in digital work systems.},
    added-at = {2018-09-14T21:02:51.000+0200},
    author = {Janson, Andreas and Schöbel, Sofia},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2e5c13e285429a6daaf3bd94b078c38fb/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    eventdate = {13.12.2018-16.12.2018},
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    title = {Nudging Privacy in Digital Work Systems – Towards the Development of a Design Theory},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/JML_715.pdf},
    venue = {San Francisco, California, USA},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Dellermann, D.. (2018). Accelerating decisional guidance in entrepreneurship with hybrid intelligence. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Decision making in the context of entrepreneurship is a highly complex task. For dealing with such uncertain problems, decisional guidance proved to be a valuable approach to support entrepreneurs in making decisions. Mentoring and feedback from human experts and simple statistical methods emerge as dominant forms of providing decisional guidance. However, both individual human experts and existing decision support systems (DSS) have limited capabilities to provide optimal decisional guidance in such highly uncertain settings. While human experts have cognitive and resource constraints that prevent them from providing optimal guidance, computational DSS are frequently to deal with such complex problems. Consequently, the purpose of this dissertation is to provide prescriptive knowledge for novel forms of decisional guidance that support entrepreneurial decision makers by proposing collective intelligence and crowdsourcing (effective) as well as hybrid intelligence (effective and efficient) mechanism for efficient and effective decisional guidance. Following a design science research approach, I develop several artefacts such as system architectures and DSSs that are evaluated and provide innovative design knowledge for hybrid intelligence IS. The contribution of this dissertation is threefold. First, I provide an in-depth exploration of decisional guidance and its limitations in entrepreneurial decision making. Second, I propose collective intelligence and IT enabled crowdsourcing as a novel mechanism to guide entrepreneurs in creating their opportunities. Third, I conceptually develop hybrid intelligence as novel forms for making predictions under uncertainty. My research therefore provides prescriptive knowledge on the design of such hybrid intelligence architectures that are capable to predict uncertain outcomes. Finally, my results point towards a new class of DSS that might be particularly valuable in highly uncertain contexts.

    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    abstract = {Decision making in the context of entrepreneurship is a highly complex task. For dealing with such uncertain problems, decisional guidance proved to be a valuable approach to support entrepreneurs in making decisions. Mentoring and feedback from human experts and simple statistical methods emerge as dominant forms of providing decisional guidance. However, both individual human experts and existing decision support systems (DSS) have limited capabilities to provide optimal decisional guidance in such highly uncertain settings. While human experts have cognitive and resource constraints that prevent them from providing optimal guidance, computational DSS are frequently to deal with such complex problems. Consequently, the purpose of this dissertation is to provide prescriptive knowledge for novel forms of decisional guidance that support entrepreneurial decision makers by proposing collective intelligence and crowdsourcing (effective) as well as hybrid intelligence (effective and efficient) mechanism for efficient and effective decisional guidance. Following a design science research approach, I develop several artefacts such as system architectures and DSSs that are evaluated and provide innovative design knowledge for hybrid intelligence IS. The contribution of this dissertation is threefold. First, I provide an in-depth exploration of decisional guidance and its limitations in entrepreneurial decision making. Second, I propose collective intelligence and IT enabled crowdsourcing as a novel mechanism to guide entrepreneurs in creating their opportunities. Third, I conceptually develop hybrid intelligence as novel forms for making predictions under uncertainty. My research therefore provides prescriptive knowledge on the design of such hybrid intelligence architectures that are capable to predict uncertain outcomes. Finally, my results point towards a new class of DSS that might be particularly valuable in highly uncertain contexts.},
    added-at = {2018-09-10T09:42:34.000+0200},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2ec86e1b3bd9138c3a5924dfecca6dad5/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    eventdate = {13.12.2018-16.12.2018},
    eventtitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
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    timestamp = {2021-07-27T10:33:05.000+0200},
    title = {Accelerating Decisional Guidance in Entrepreneurship with Hybrid Intelligence},
    venue = {San Fransisco, USA},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Dellermann, D., Jud, C., Lipusch, N., & Popp, K. M.. (2018). Managing the dark side of software ecosystems. Paper presented at the Social science research network (ssrn).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-09-07T15:28:41.000+0200},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Jud, Christopher and Lipusch, Nikolaus and Popp, Karl Michael},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2e561274cbdfb33baa1cdd0d41ce16f23/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Social Science Research Network (SSRN)},
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    keywords = {dempub itegpub itimpub platform pub_cju pub_dde pub_kpo pub_nli risk software_ecosystem},
    timestamp = {2018-09-08T11:16:46.000+0200},
    title = {Managing the Dark Side of Software Ecosystems},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/JML_704.pdf},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Dellermann, D., Lipusch, N., & Ebel, P.. (2018). The future of entrepreneurship: crowd-based incubation. Paper presented at the Social science research network (ssrn).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-09-07T15:25:19.000+0200},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Lipusch, Nikolaus and Ebel, Philipp},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2a91f999b5c03bbbb4c2ea2d398ac88ac/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Social Science Research Network (SSRN)},
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    keywords = {accelerator business_incubator collective_intelligence crowdsourcing dempub entrepreneurship itegpub itimpub pub_dde pub_nli pub_peb},
    timestamp = {2018-09-08T11:13:01.000+0200},
    title = {The Future of Entrepreneurship: Crowd-Based Incubation},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/JML_703.pdf},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Dellermann, D., & Lipusch, N.. (2018). A complementor ́s perspective on co-innovation risk. Paper presented at the Social science research network (ssrn).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-09-07T15:21:35.000+0200},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Lipusch, Nikolaus},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2239f613feb1a93eb6b1aee9315dd7ce9/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Social Science Research Network (SSRN)},
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    keywords = {dempub ecosystem innovation itegpub itimpub platform pub_dde pub_nli risk u3bpub},
    timestamp = {2018-09-08T11:09:34.000+0200},
    title = {A Complementor ́s Perspective on Co-Innovation Risk},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/JML_702.pdf},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Dellermann, D., & Calma, A.. (2018). Making ai ready for the wild- the hybrid intelligence unicorn hunter. Paper presented at the Social science research network (ssrn).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-09-07T15:17:52.000+0200},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Calma, Adrian},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/24e2cecc3806ab5acdda2abd050998b00/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Social Science Research Network (SSRN)},
    interhash = {221a2502bf38da3bc2c47a5f2e64768c},
    intrahash = {4e2cecc3806ab5acdda2abd050998b00},
    keywords = {Crowdsourcing Hybrid_Intelligence Interactive_Machine_Learning dempub itegpub itimpub pub_aca pub_dde},
    timestamp = {2018-09-08T11:06:18.000+0200},
    title = {Making AI Ready for the Wild- the Hybrid Intelligence Unicorn Hunter},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/JML_701.pdf},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Schuster, J., Dellermann, D., Lipusch, N., & Kohler, T.. (2018). How to design a crowdwork platform. Paper presented at the Social science research network (ssrn).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-09-07T15:13:49.000+0200},
    author = {Schuster, Johannes and Dellermann, Dominik and Lipusch, Nikolaus and Kohler, Thomas},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/22977ac867e72af51b2fce121e389dece/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Social Science Research Network (SSRN)},
    interhash = {50f818ae1c7c2b0e8be2d4771986a584},
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    timestamp = {2018-09-08T11:01:25.000+0200},
    title = {How to Design a Crowdwork Platform},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/JML_700.pdf},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Dellermann, D., Lipusch, N., & Ebel, P.. (2018). Integrating your ecosystem with the hybrid intelligence accelerator. Paper presented at the Social science research network (ssrn).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-09-07T15:03:20.000+0200},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Lipusch, Nikolaus and Ebel, Philipp},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/22fe6ddf9255bf8489e52052066d599e6/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Social Science Research Network (SSRN)},
    interhash = {e9f9591a19e8f8e7fc8ba3e9e4dd8779},
    intrahash = {2fe6ddf9255bf8489e52052066d599e6},
    keywords = {accelerator collective_intelligence dempub hybrid_intelligence incubator internet_of_things itegpub itimpub pub_dde pub_nli pub_peb service_system},
    timestamp = {2018-09-10T09:57:47.000+0200},
    title = {Integrating Your Ecosystem with the Hybrid Intelligence Accelerator},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/JML_705.pdf},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Peters, C., & Zaki, M.. (2018). Modular service structures for the successful design of flexible customer journeys for ai services and business models – orchestration and interplay of services. Paper presented at the Working paper series of the cambridge service alliance, Cambridge, UK.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-08-19T21:15:40.000+0200},
    address = {Cambridge, UK},
    author = {Peters, Christoph and Zaki, Mohamed},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/24a2542ea840c8863bd05da9450899068/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Working Paper Series of the Cambridge Service Alliance},
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    keywords = {AI artifical_intelligence business customer_journey dempub itegpub itimpub models modular_service_structures orchestration pub_cpe pub_mza services touchpoints},
    publisher = {Cambridge Service Alliance, University of Cambridge},
    timestamp = {2018-08-20T10:48:33.000+0200},
    title = {Modular Service Structures for the Successful Design of Flexible Customer Journeys for AI Services and Business Models – Orchestration and Interplay of Services},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/JML_698.pdf},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Dellermann, D., Lipusch, N., Ebel, P., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Design principles for a hybrid intelligence decision support system for business model validation. Electronic markets, 1-19. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s12525-018-0309-2
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-08-13T13:31:55.000+0200},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Lipusch, Nikolaus and Ebel, Philipp and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/201dc36658934c0c820fbe7be5ad05e7a/ls_leimeister},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1007/s12525-018-0309-2},
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    intrahash = {01dc36658934c0c820fbe7be5ad05e7a},
    issn = {1422-8890},
    journal = {Electronic Markets},
    keywords = {Business_model Collective_intelligence Decision_making Decision_support_system Hybrid_intelligence Machine_learning dempub itegpub itimpub pub_dde pub_jml pub_nli pub_peb},
    pages = {1-19},
    timestamp = {2018-08-15T11:27:26.000+0200},
    title = {Design principles for a hybrid intelligence decision support system for business model validation},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/JML_697.pdf},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Böhmann, T., Leimeister, J. M., & Möslein, K.. (2018). The new frontiers of service systems engineering. Business & information systems engineering (bise), Online first. doi:10.1007/s12599-018-0553-1
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-07-23T15:34:42.000+0200},
    author = {Böhmann, Tilo and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Möslein, Kathrin},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2eb685c34ca7c8a34d910bd065a2b5b71/ls_leimeister},
    doi = {10.1007/s12599-018-0553-1},
    interhash = {0b0b3053e165efbc45857da57cead5d8},
    intrahash = {eb685c34ca7c8a34d910bd065a2b5b71},
    journal = {Business & Information Systems Engineering (BISE)},
    keywords = {engineering itegpub pub_jml service service_systems},
    timestamp = {2019-10-01T15:26:16.000+0200},
    title = {The New Frontiers of Service Systems Engineering},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/JML_696.pdf},
    volume = {Online first},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Vom Brocke, J., Maaß, W., Buxmann, P., Maedche, A., Leimeister, J. M., & Pecht, G.. (2018). Future work and enterprise systems. Business & information systems engineering (bise), 1-10. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s12599-018-0544-2
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-06-05T19:05:20.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden, Germany},
    author = {Vom Brocke, Jan and Maaß, Wolfgang and Buxmann, Peter and Maedche, Alexander and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Pecht, Günter},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2a8ab452fd4cce9e8567691c109aac5f9/ls_leimeister},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1007/s12599-018-0544-2},
    interhash = {e0b566772d43c2f091aa943ddf0ec0a2},
    intrahash = {a8ab452fd4cce9e8567691c109aac5f9},
    issn = {1867-0202},
    journal = {Business & Information Systems Engineering (BISE)},
    keywords = {enterprise future itegpub pub_jml system},
    month = may,
    pages = {1-10},
    publisher = {Springer Fachmedien},
    timestamp = {2019-10-01T15:13:09.000+0200},
    title = {Future Work and Enterprise Systems},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/JML_687.pdf},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Calma, A., & Dellermann, D.. (2018). Decision support with hybrid intelligence. Paper presented at the International organic computing (ddc).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Startups are the fresh blood of our economy and, besides uni- versities, are thriving innovation. One of the rst steps in this enriching journey to success, where they create jobs and new products, is getting funded. Decision makers, such as investors, incubators, and accelerators, receive a large amount of funding proposals. Currently, new ventures are evaluated "manually", often without any machine learning or any decision support at all. The implicit rules that every experienced decision maker has developed through years of failures and successes can not be codied, let alone be explained. It is intuition. We envision a learning system that is able to learn the intuition from multiple decision makers and guide them in their judgment. Our envisioned learning system relies on hybrid intelligence, which we dene as the ability to accomplish complex goals by combining human and articial intelligence to collectively achieve superior results and continuously improve by learning from each other.

    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    abstract = {Startups are the fresh blood of our economy and, besides uni-
    versities, are thriving innovation. One of the rst steps in this enriching journey to success, where they create jobs and new products, is getting funded. Decision makers, such as investors, incubators, and accelerators, receive a large amount of funding proposals. Currently, new ventures are evaluated "manually", often without any machine learning or any decision support at all. The implicit rules that every experienced decision maker has developed through years of failures and successes can not be codied, let alone be explained. It is intuition. We envision a learning system that is able to learn the intuition from multiple decision makers and guide them in their judgment. Our envisioned learning system relies on hybrid intelligence, which we dene as the ability to accomplish complex goals by combining human and articial intelligence to collectively achieve superior results and continuously improve by learning from each other.},
    added-at = {2018-06-05T18:54:55.000+0200},
    author = {Calma, Adrian and Dellermann, Dominik},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2f5a605860784a5137d5d28f8e5177207/ls_leimeister},
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    title = {Decision Support with Hybrid Intelligence},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/JML_690.pdf},
    venue = {Wuerzburg, Germany},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Li, M. M., Billert, M. S., Dellermann, D., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Einführung von crowd-based support dienstleistungen zur verbesserung der softwareeinführung. In Meyer, K., Klingner, S., & Zinke, C. (Eds.), In Service engineering (, pp. 133-149). Wiesbaden, Germany: Springer fachmedien. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-20905-6_9
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-06-05T18:46:49.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden, Germany},
    author = {Li, Mahei Manhai and Billert, Matthias Simon and Dellermann, Dominik and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2f5fd601649d31fad6321c74931881942/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Service Engineering},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-658-20905-6_9},
    editor = {Meyer, Kyrill and Klingner, Stephan and Zinke, Christian},
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    pages = {133-149},
    publisher = {Springer Fachmedien },
    timestamp = {2018-06-05T18:49:38.000+0200},
    title = {Einführung von Crowd-Based Support Dienstleistungen zur Verbesserung der Softwareeinführung},
    url = {https://www.springer.com/us/book/9783658209049},
    year = 2018
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  • Strecker, S., Kundisch, D., Lehner, F., Leimeister, J. M., & Schubert, P.. (2018). Higher education and the opportunities and challenges of educational technology. Business & information systems engineering (bise), 60(2), 181-189.
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    address = {Wiesbaden, Germany},
    author = {Strecker, Stefan and Kundisch, Dennis and Lehner, Franz and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Schubert, Petra},
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    year = 2018
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  • Billert, M. S., & Peters, C.. (2018). Grinding a diamond - the iterative development of citizen-initiated services. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Many city administrations follow the smart city concept to grasp the potential of citizen participation. However, most participation concepts are not developed thoroughly, this leading to unexploited poten-tial. Citizens are experts of their everyday life and are best aware of their personal needs. However, current forms of citizen participation stop at the idea phase of service engineering. Following design science research, we iteratively build and evaluate a so-called “digitalization street” which aims to systematically guide the citizens through the refinement and further development of their services. This digitalization street is implemented in a mid-size European city and integrates five modules which let citizens (1) describe their project proposal, (2) concretise according strengths, weaknesses, opportuni-ties and threats, (3) identify the gain creators and pain relievers, (4) create their solution, (5) present their solution. Based on literature and a requirement elicitation workshop, a first instantiation of the artefact was developed. We contribute to the existing body of knowledge by presenting a framework for creating services based on a citizen-centric approach. We exhibit how the digitalization street can be implemented into existing processes in the city administration and help to increase the citizen par-ticipation from a project to an evaluated prototype.

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  • Dellermann, D., Lipusch, N., & Ebel, P.. (2018). Heading for new shores: crowdsourcing for entrepreneurial opportunity creation. Paper presented at the European conference of information systems (ecis).
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    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Lipusch, Nikolaus and Ebel, Phlipp},
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    venue = {Portsmouth, UK},
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  • Ernst, S., Janson, A., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Mobiles lernen in praktischen trainings - lernzielerreichung vor dem hintergrund von motivation und akzeptanz der zielgruppe. In de Witt, C., & Gloerfeld, C. (Eds.), In Handbuch mobile learning (, pp. 409-431). Wiesbaden, Germany: Springer vs. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-19123-8_21
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    address = {Wiesbaden, Germany},
    author = {Ernst, Sissy-Josefina and Janson, Andreas and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2038545e50b437370efae2afcf3db8c0e/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Handbuch Mobile Learning},
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    year = 2018
    }

  • Schöbel, S., & Janson, A.. (2018). Is it all about having fun? - developing a taxonomy to gamify information systems. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Gamification is a well-known approach that refers to the use of game design elements in information systems to make monotonous and tedious tasks more enjoyable. However, research and practice show that game design elements are oftentimes chosen and integrated in information systems randomly, therefore impeding the outcomes of such systems. In this regard, taxonomies can guide system developers, i.e., in selecting and combining game design elements to gamify their information system. Nonetheless, existing taxonomies do not provide such guidance for gamifying information systems. Therefore, the goal of our research is to consolidate the state of the art of gamification research and rigorously develop a gamification taxonomy. To achieve our goal, we conducted a systematic literature review and developed a taxonomy based on a rigorous taxonomy development process. We evaluate our theory by providing evidence of its feasibility with two practical cases: First, we show how the taxonomy helps to analyze existing gamification approaches, and, second, how the taxonomy guides to gamify information systems. Overall, we enrich theory by introducing a new taxonomy to better explain the meaning and characteristics of game design elements. Likewise, practitioners will be guided in selecting and combining game design elements for their gamification approaches.

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  • Eigenbrod, L., & Janson, A.. (2018). How digital nudges influence consumers - experimental investigation in the context of retargeting. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Retargeting is an innovative online marketing technique in the modern age. Although this advertising form offers great opportunities of bringing back customers who have left an online store without a com-plete purchase, retargeting is risky because the necessary data collection leads to strong privacy con-cerns which, in turn, trigger consumer reactance and decreasing trust. Digital nudges – small design modifications in digital choice environments which guide peoples’ behaviour – present a promising concept to bypass these negative consequences of retargeting. In order to prove the positive effects of digital nudges, we aim to conduct an online experiment with a subsequent survey by testing the impacts of social nudges and information nudges in retargeting banners. Our expected contribution to theory includes an extension of existing research of nudging in context of retargeting by investigating the effects of different nudges in retargeting banners on consumers’ behaviour. In addition, we aim to provide practical contributions by the provision of design guidelines for practitioners to build more trustworthy IT artefacts and enhance retargeting strategy of marketing practitioners.

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  • Billert, M. S., Li, M. M., Persch, J. M., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Dienstleistungssysteme im smart city kontext: herausforderungen, anwendungsfälle und lösungskonzepte. In Arnold, C., & Knödler, H. (Eds.), In Die informatisierte service-ökonomie (, Vol. 1, pp. 297-308). Wiesbaden, Hessen: Springer gabler. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-21528-6
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
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    address = {Wiesbaden, Hessen},
    author = {Billert, Matthias Simon and Li, Mahei Manhai and Persch, Jan Martin and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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  • Eigenbrod, L., Janson, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). How digital nudges influence consumers – the role of social and privacy nudges in retargeting. Paper presented at the Academy of management annual meeting (aom). doi:10.5465/AMBPP.2018.11298abstract
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Retargeting is an innovative online marketing technique because it can provide consumer-specific advertising content based on consumers’ browsing behavior that meet consumers' prefer-ences and interests. Although this advertising form offers great opportunities of bringing back customers who have left an online store without to complete a purchase, retargeting is risky be-cause the necessary data collection leads to strong privacy concerns which in turn, trigger con-sumer reactance and decreasing trust. Digital nudges – small design modifications in digital choice environments which guide peoples’ behavior – present a promising concept to bypass these negative consequences of retargeting. In order to explore the positive effects of digital nudges in retargeting banners, we conducted a between-subject experiment with a subsequent survey which examines the impacts of social nudges (likes of friends) and privacy nudges (disclosure of privacy policy and purpose of retargeting banners). Whereas the social nudge led to a negative impact on consumers’ privacy concerns and a positive impact on consumers’ booking behavior, the privacy nudge did not have any significant impact. A combination of social nudge and privacy nudge showed that the privacy nudge negatively moderated the positive relationship between social nudge and consumers’ booking behavior. The derived implications provide a theory for under-standing nudges in digital environments and we offer design principles for practitioners that enable better retargeting outcomes.

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  • Winkler, R., & Söllner, M.. (2018). Unleashing the potential of chatbots in education: a state-of-the-art analysis. Paper presented at the Academy of management annual meeting (aom).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Chatbots are becoming a ubiquitous trend in many fields such as medicine, product and service industry, and education. Chatbots are computer programs used to conduct auditory or textual conversations. A growing body of evidence suggests that these programs have the potential to change the way students learn and search for information. Especially in large-scale learning scenarios with more than 100 students per lecturer, chatbots are able to solve the problem of individual student support. However, until now, there has been no systematic, structured overview of their use in education. The aim of this paper is therefore to conduct a systematic literature review based on a multi-perspective framework, from which we have derived initial search questions, synthesized past research, and highlighted future research directions. We reviewed titles and abstracts of 1405 articles drawn from management, education, information systems, and psychology literature before examining and individually coding a relevant subset of 80 articles. The results show that chatbots are in the very beginning of entering education. Few studies suggest the potential of chatbots for improving learning processes and outcomes. Nevertheless, past research has revealed that the effectiveness of chatbots in education is complex and depends on a variety of factors. With our literature review, we make two principal contributions: first, we structure and synthesize past research by using an input-process-output framework, and secondly, we use the framework to highlight research gaps for guiding future research in that area.

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  • Kromat, T., Dehling, T., Haux, R., Peters, C., Sick, B., Tomforde, S., Wolf, K., & Sunyaev, A.. (2018). Gestaltungsraum für proaktive smart homes zur gesundheitsförderung. Paper presented at the Multikonferenz wirtschaftsinformatik (mkwi).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Smart Homes sammeln eine Fülle von Daten über ihre Bewohner. Gut genutzt werden diese allerdings nicht. Smart Homes sind im wesentlichen reaktiv. Im Hinblick auf die Gesundheitsversorgung ist der Wandel zu proaktiven Smart Homes vielversprechend. Um proaktive Smart Homes Wirklichkeit werden zu lassen, sollte zunächst ein vollständiges Bild dieser komplexen und ressourcenreichen Umgebung gezeichnet werden. Das Ziel dieser Arbeit ist es, einen Gestaltungsraum für proaktive Smart Homes aufzuspannen. Ausgehend von den neun Elementen des Work System (WS) Rahmenwerks, werden Bausteine eines proaktiven Smart Homes identifiziert, beschrieben und analysiert sowie Gestaltungsfragen daraus abgeleitet, die bei einer Instanziierung eines proaktiven Smart Homes beantwortet werden müssen. Diese Arbeit bereitet einen fruchtbaren Nährboden für die zukünftige Gestaltung IT-gestützter proaktiver Lebenswelten, in denen die Gesundheit durch den Einsatz verschiedenster Systemressourcen proaktiv gefördert wird.

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    title = {Gestaltungsraum für proaktive Smart Homes zur Gesundheitsförderung},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/JML_681.pdf},
    venue = {Lüneburg, Germany},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Peters, C.. (2018). Dienstleistungssystem. In Gronau, N., Becker, J., Leimeister, J. M., Overhage, S., & Suhl, L. (Eds.), In Enzyklopädie der wirtschaftsinformatik – online-lexikon (Vol. 10). Berlin: Gito.
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    address = {Berlin},
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    volume = 10,
    year = 2018
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  • Peters, C.. (2018). Digitale arbeit. In Gronau, N., Becker, J., Leimeister, J. M., Overhage, S., & Suhl, L. (Eds.), In Enzyklopädie der wirtschaftsinformatik – online-lexikon (Vol. 10). Berlin: Gito.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
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    address = {Berlin},
    author = {Peters, Christoph},
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    booktitle = {Enzyklopädie der Wirtschaftsinformatik – Online-Lexikon},
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    volume = 10,
    year = 2018
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  • Peters, C., Korthaus, A., & Kohlborn, T.. (2018). Smart city portals for public service delivery: insights from a comparative study. In Sugumaran, V. (Ed.), In Developments and trends in intelligent technologies and smart systems (, pp. 212-232). Hershey, PA, USA: Igi global. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-3686-4.ch011
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    @incollection{peters2018smart,
    added-at = {2018-01-21T11:36:42.000+0100},
    address = {Hershey, PA, USA},
    author = {Peters, Christoph and Korthaus, Axel and Kohlborn, Thomas},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2eb501a99fd6e2472d903b482b1422e8c/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Developments and Trends in Intelligent Technologies and Smart Systems},
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    pages = {212-232},
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    title = {Smart City Portals for Public Service Delivery: Insights From a Comparative Study},
    url = {https://www.igi-global.com/chapter/smart-city-portals-for-public-service-delivery/189435},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Durward, D., & Blohm, I.. (2018). Understanding job satisfaction of crowd workers: an empirical analysis of its determinants and effects. Paper presented at the Multikonferenz wirtschaftsinformatik (mkwi), Lüneburg, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Crowd work has emerged as new pattern of digitally mediated collaboration. In this paper, we focus on the determinants and effects of crowd workers’ job satisfaction – a perspective that has been largely neglected by current crowdsourcing research. We report results from a survey of 161 crowd workers participating in crowdsourced software testing. Our research shows that job satisfaction mediates the effects of monetary rewards, hedonic value, and cognitive stimulation on the intention to participate in future testing tasks. By contrast, factors of work context (i.e., flexibility and provided information) have no effects. We contribute to the literature by unraveling job satisfaction as causal mechanism influencing future participation. For practice, our results help to design more effective tasks in crowd work.

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  • Buholzer, F., Rietsche, R., & Söllner, M.. (2018). Knowing what learners like – developing a cultural sensitive peer assessment process in moocs. Paper presented at the Multikonferenz wirtschaftsinformatik (mkwi).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    MOOCs attract learners from various cultural backgrounds with differing educational beliefs and learning preferences. Research has long acknowledged that culture has an impact on the adoption and use of information technology. Cultural differences can cause conflicts, especially when learners provide each other with feedback during the peer assessment process. With this paper, we use a design science approach to create a cultural sensitive peer assessment process in MOOCs. Based on Hofstede’s cultural dimension theory we derive design elements and evaluate them in a qualitative and comparative study with Swiss and Chinese students. Our results show that different cultures prefer different designs. Consequently, our key contribution is the practical elaboration of design elements, which can be integrated in MOOCs to provide a better learning experience. Further, we contribute to cross-cultural theory by using an existing framework and adapting it to a new and relevant phenomenon: MOOCs.

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  • Dellermann, D., Lipusch, N., & Li, M.. (2018). Combining humans and machine learning: a novel approach for evaluating crowdsourcing contributions in idea contests. Paper presented at the Multikonferenz wirtschaftsinformatik (mkwi).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    The creative potential from innovative contributions of the crowd constitutes some critical challenges. The quantity of contributions and the resource demands to identify valuable ideas is high and remains challenging for firms that apply open innovation initiatives. To solve these problems, research on algorithmic approaches proved to be a valuable way by identifying metrics to distinguish between high and low-quality ideas. However, such filtering approaches always risk missing promising ideas by classifying good ideas as bad ones. In response, organizations have turned to the crowd to not just for generating ideas but also to evaluate them to filter high quality contributions. However, such crowd-based filtering approaches tend to perform poorly in practice as they make unrealistic demands on the crowd. We, therefore, conduct a design science research project to provide prescriptive knowledge on how to combine machine learning techniques with crowd evaluation to adaptively assign humans to ideas.

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  • Knote, R., Janson, A., Eigenbrod, L., & Söllner, M.. (2018). The what and how of smart personal assistants: principles and application domains for is research. Paper presented at the Multikonferenz wirtschaftsinformatik (mkwi).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Digitization brings new possibilities to ease our daily life activities by the means of assistive technology. Amazon Alexa, Microsoft Cortana, Samsung Bixby, to name only a few, heralded the age of smart personal assistants (SPAs), personified agents that combine artificial intelligence, machine learning, natural language processing and various actuation mechanisms to sense and influence the environment. However, SPA research seems to be highly fragmented among different disciplines, such as computer science, human-computer-interaction and information systems, which leads to ‘reinventing the wheel approaches’ and thus impede progress and conceptual clarity. In this paper, we present an exhaustive, integrative literature review to build a solid basis for future research. We have identified five functional principles and three research domains which appear promising for future research, especially in the information systems field. Hence, we contribute by providing a consolidated, integrated view on prior research and lay the foundation for an SPA classification scheme.

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  • Mrass, V., & Peters, C.. (2018). Digitale wertschöpfung durch crowd services: neue formen des kundensupports am beispiel mila und swisscom. Paper presented at the Multikonferenz wirtschaftsinformatik (mkwi).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Die digitale Transformation verändert gegenwärtig die Art und Weise, wie Arbeit erbracht und organisiert wird. Bestehende Geschäftsmodelle verlieren an Attraktivität, neue Geschäftsmodelle kommen hinzu. Zwei Trends sind dabei besonders signifikant: Die „Plattform-Ökonomie“, mit Crowdworking-Plattformen als einer ‚Spielart‘, die in den letzten Jahren starken Zulauf erfahren hat, und die „Sharing-Economy“. In diesem Beitrag zeigen wir am Beispiel der Crowdworking-Plattform Mila und ihres Kunden und 51-prozentigen Eigentümers Swisscom AG, wie Unternehmen die Crowd für Wertschöpfung einsetzen, ihren Kundensupport ausbauen und damit Vorteile für alle Beteiligten generieren können. Die Crowdworking-Plattform Mila verbindet in einem neuartigen Ansatz das Paradigma der Crowd, insbesondere die Nutzung einer Vielzahl von Leistungserbringern, mit den Prinzipien der Sharing-Economy, vor allem dem Einbezug der Kunden als Produzenten von Dienstleistungen. Basierend auf Experten-Tiefen-Interviews mit Verantwortlichen von Mila und Swisscom analysieren wir in diesem Beitrag dieses neuartige Arbeitssystem inklusive des Zusammenspiels aller Beteiligten und leiten daraus Handlungsempfehlungen für Unternehmen ab.

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  • Lipusch, N., Dellermann, D., Oeste-Reiß, S., & Ebel, P.. (2018). Innovating beyond the fuzzy front end: how to use reward-based crowdfunding to co-create with customers. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Current research suggests that crowdfunding not only serves as an alternative source of capital but also as a flexible tool allowing start-ups to systematically integrate a crowd into their innovation processes. However, an adequate understanding of how start-ups can systematically leverage the co-creation potential of their early customers during crowdfunding is still nascent. Against this background, the aim of this research is to conceptualize and examine the concept of co-creation in the context of reward-based crowdfunding. In doing so, we distinguish it from other methods of user integration in the realm of open innovation and discuss how entrepreneurs can leverage reward-based crowdfunding to engage their customers in the development and deployment of their product and service offerings.

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  • Seeber, I., Bittner, E., Briggs, R. O., De Vreede, G., De Vreede, T., Druckenmiller, D., Maier, R., Merz, A. B., Oeste-Reiß, S., Randrup, N., Schwabe, G., & Söllner, M.. (2018). Machines as teammates: a collaboration research agenda. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Humans will soon need to adapt to a collaborative setting in which technology becomes a smart collaboration partner that works with a group to achieve its goals. It is therefore time for collaboration researchers to explore the vast opportunities afforded by smart technology and to test its utility for enhancing team processes and outcomes. In this paper, we take a long view on the implications of smart technology for collaboration process design, and propose a research agenda for the next decade of collaboration research. We create a reference model to frame the research agenda.

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  • Calma, A., Oeste-Reiß, S., Sick, B., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Leveraging the potentials of dedicated collaborative interactive learning: conceptual foundations to overcome uncertainty by human-machine collaboration. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss), Waikoloa, HI, USA.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
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    added-at = {2017-09-16T12:15:22.000+0200},
    address = {Waikoloa, HI, USA},
    author = {Calma, Adrian and Oeste-Reiß, Sarah and Sick, Bernhard and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2c41879d08920fd4e61bf21ebb4d1809b/ls_leimeister},
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    pages = {960-968},
    timestamp = {2018-01-26T14:10:05.000+0100},
    title = {Leveraging the Potentials of Dedicated Collaborative Interactive Learning: Conceptual Foundations to Overcome Uncertainty by Human-Machine Collaboration},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/JML_676.pdf},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Leimeister, J. M., Schöbel, S., Lehmann, K., Oeste-Reiß, S., & Söllner, M.. (2018). Staysmart-ansatz zum kollaborativen kompetenzaufbau, -erhalt und -austausch. In Ahrens, D., & Molzberger, G. (Eds.), In Kompetenzentwicklung in analogen und digitalisierten arbeitswelten. gestaltung sozialer, organisationaler und technologischer innovationen (pp. 89-106). .
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-09-16T11:59:25.000+0200},
    author = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Schöbel, Sofia and Lehmann, Katja and Oeste-Reiß, Sarah and Söllner, Matthias},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/21139e30dcbf8de2397caadfa835afd00/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Kompetenzentwicklung in analogen und digitalisierten Arbeitswelten. Gestaltung sozialer, organisationaler und technologischer Innovationen},
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    isbn = {978-3-662-54955-1},
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    pages = {89-106},
    timestamp = {2018-06-07T18:33:23.000+0200},
    title = {StaySmart-Ansatz zum kollaborativen Kompetenzaufbau, -erhalt und -austausch},
    url = {http://www.springer.com/de/book/9783662549551},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Mrass, V., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Managing complex work systems via crowdworking platforms: the case of hamburger hochbahn and phantominds. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In the last decade, crowdsourcing has emerged as a new form of work organization. Crowdworking platforms as intermediaries between crowdsourcing companies and crowd workers have gained importance in this process. Currently, many of these platforms manage rather simple work systems. Using the case of the German Hamburger Hochbahn AG and the innovation platform Phantominds, this paper investigates measures necessary for crowdworking platforms to be able to manage also more complex work systems. To derive such measures, we analyze the work system of Hamburger Hochbahn and Phantominds, explore the interplay between the crowd and the platform provider and subsequently provide recommendations for companies that would like to use crowdworking platforms for the processing of work and for platform operators. With this paper, we extend current knowledge in the realms of IS, organizational theory, and platform ecosystems.

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  • Mrass, V., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Managing complex work systems via crowdworking platforms: how deutsche bank explores ai trends and the future of banking with jovoto. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Crowdsourcing has evolved into a powerful new instrument for companies. In the last years, crowdworking platforms that manage work systems as intermediaries between crowdsourcers and crowd workers have increasingly been used. Nevertheless, they currently often manage rather simple work systems. Although they have the potential for managing more complex ones, there is still little knowledge how this can be done and what measures are necessary to do so. To explore this question in more detail, we investigate three seminal projects that Deutsche Bank completed with the crowdworking platform Jovoto and that aimed at exploring AI trends and developing concepts for the future of banking. We derive measures necessary for the successful management of complex work systems and provide a model as guidance for both companies and crowdworking platform operators. With our findings, we extend current knowledge in the realm of IS, organizational theory, and platform ecosystems.

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    venue = {Waikoloa, Hawaii, USA},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Oeste-Reiß, S.. (2018). Leveraging the potentials of peer learning – conceptual foundations and reference processes for peer learning (Vol. Research on IT / Service/ Innovation / Collaboration). Kassel, Germany: Kassel university press. doi:10.19211/KUP9783737603317
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @book{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-09-08T15:30:01.000+0200},
    address = {Kassel, Germany},
    author = {Oeste-Reiß, Sarah},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/258dc19c1bf1e38cf0f7c4e41fcac5346/ls_leimeister},
    doi = {10.19211/KUP9783737603317},
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    intrahash = {58dc19c1bf1e38cf0f7c4e41fcac5346},
    keywords = {Collaboration_Engineering Collaborative_Learning Design_Science_Research Flipped_Classroom Higher_Level_Learning Knowledge_Documentation Knowledge_Transfer Peer_Creation Peer_Learning Reference_Processes book book_mono cepub itegpub pub_jml pub_soe},
    number = 15,
    publisher = {Kassel University Press},
    school = {Universität Kassel},
    timestamp = {2019-04-08T17:36:48.000+0200},
    title = {Leveraging the Potentials of Peer Learning – Conceptual Foundations and Reference Processes for Peer Learning},
    url = {https://www.upress.uni-kassel.de/katalog/abstract.php?978-3-7376-0330-0},
    volume = {Research on IT / Service/ Innovation / Collaboration},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Mrass, V., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Managing complex work systems via crowdworking platforms: how intel and hyve explore future technological innovations. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Crowdsourcing has the potential to change the way how companies and other organizations are working currently. Numerous companies are already exploiting this new form of work organization and are utilising the “wisdom of crowds”. Crowdworking platforms as intermediaries that manage the work system including customer companies and crowd workers play an important role in this context. Nevertheless, they currently mostly manage rather simple work systems that process rather plain work. In this summary for the HICSS 2018 Doctoral Consortium, we depict our current work in progress that aims at investigating how such platforms could also manage more complex work systems – a question that is crucial for the future success of this business model. Using the case of Intel and the crowdworking platform Hyve, we investigate one successful approach to tackle this challenge, elaborate on our method used as well as the theoretical background and communicate our first, preliminary findings.

    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    abstract = {Crowdsourcing has the potential to change the way how companies and other organizations are working currently. Numerous companies are already exploiting this new form of work organization and are utilising the “wisdom of crowds”. Crowdworking platforms as intermediaries that manage the work system including customer companies and crowd workers play an important role in this context. Nevertheless, they currently mostly manage rather simple work systems that process rather plain work. In this summary for the HICSS 2018 Doctoral Consortium, we depict our current work in progress that aims at investigating how such platforms could also manage more complex work systems – a question that is crucial for the future success of this business model. Using the case of Intel and the crowdworking platform Hyve, we investigate one successful approach to tackle this challenge, elaborate on our method used as well as the theoretical background and communicate our first, preliminary findings.},
    added-at = {2017-08-14T14:11:18.000+0200},
    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/JML_645.pdf},
    venue = {Waikoloa, Hawaii, USA},
    year = 2018
    }

  • Söllner, M., Bitzer, P., Janson, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2018). Process is king: evaluating the performance of technology-mediated learning in vocational software training. Journal of information technology (jit), 33(3), 233-253. doi:https://doi.org/10.1057/s41265-017-0046-6
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-06T14:29:59.000+0200},
    author = {Söllner, Matthias and Bitzer, Philipp and Janson, Andreas and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2ac90662be51724b1050112ee8dd3873b/ls_leimeister},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1057/s41265-017-0046-6},
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    intrahash = {ac90662be51724b1050112ee8dd3873b},
    journal = {Journal of Information Technology (JIT)},
    keywords = {Holistic_Evaluation_of_Performance Perceived_TML_Process_Quality Technology-Mediated Vocational_Software_Trainings _Learning itegpub journal pub_aja pub_jml pub_msö pub_pbi u3bpub},
    month = {September},
    number = 3,
    pages = {233-253},
    timestamp = {2018-09-08T11:29:28.000+0200},
    title = {Process is king: Evaluating the performance of technology-mediated learning in vocational software training},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/JML_640.pdf},
    volume = 33,
    year = 2018
    }

2017

  • Söllner, M., Oeste-Reiß, S., & Schöbel, S.. (2017). Spielende kompetenzmessung im projekt staysmart. Praeview - zeitschrift für innovative arbeitsgestaltung und prävention(1), 18-19.
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    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-06-07T18:27:38.000+0200},
    author = {Söllner, Matthias and Oeste-Reiß, Sarah and Schöbel, Sofia},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/28e0ed5b8f0c99b84800d3142d65c477b/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {5ef72a78ea4c1945421e9f634d382c19},
    intrahash = {8e0ed5b8f0c99b84800d3142d65c477b},
    journal = {Praeview - Zeitschrift für innovative Arbeitsgestaltung und Prävention},
    keywords = {Digitalisierung Gamification Kompetenzmessung itegpub pub_msö pub_soe pub_ssc},
    number = 1,
    pages = {18-19},
    timestamp = {2019-04-02T16:20:40.000+0200},
    title = {Spielende Kompetenzmessung im Projekt StaySmart},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/JML_734.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Schlagwein, D., Conboy, K., Feller, J., Leimeister, J. M., & Morgan, L.. (2017). ‘‘openness’’ with and without information technology: a framework and a brief history. Journal of information technology (jit), 32(4), 297-305. doi:https://doi.org/10.1057/s41265-017-0049-3
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-06-05T19:16:04.000+0200},
    author = {Schlagwein, Daniel and Conboy, Kieran and Feller, Joseph and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Morgan, Lorraine},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2959d081105859278fabe41ccf13f4a2e/ls_leimeister},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1057/s41265-017-0049-3},
    interhash = {823d9739722e4cb0f84f48d9f60e44cd},
    intrahash = {959d081105859278fabe41ccf13f4a2e},
    issn = {1466-4437},
    journal = {Journal of Information Technology (JIT)},
    keywords = {access concept_development democracy framework information_technology itegpub open_processes open_resources open_science open_source_software_development openness participation pub_jml transparency},
    number = 4,
    pages = {297-305},
    publisher = {Palgrave Macmillan UK},
    timestamp = {2018-06-08T17:44:27.000+0200},
    title = {‘‘Openness’’ with and without Information Technology: a framework and a brief history},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/JML_688.pdf},
    volume = 32,
    year = 2017
    }

  • Sick, B., Oeste-Reiß, S., Schmidt, A., Tomforde, S., & Zweig, K. A.. (2017). Collaborative interactive learning (aktuelles schlagwort). Informatik spektrum, 41(1). doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s00287-017-1082-x
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-02-01T13:45:22.000+0100},
    author = {Sick, Bernhard and Oeste-Reiß, Sarah and Schmidt, Albrecht and Tomforde, Sven and Zweig, Katharina Anna},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2a5eb94276e1df1a4d5a97490b11d77d0/ls_leimeister},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1007/s00287-017-1082-x},
    edition = {Berlin Heidelberg},
    interhash = {bf9276cde1d5c069766e39330673832f},
    intrahash = {a5eb94276e1df1a4d5a97490b11d77d0},
    isbn = {0170-6012},
    journal = {Informatik Spektrum},
    keywords = {cepub itegpub pub_soe},
    number = 1,
    publisher = {Springer},
    timestamp = {2018-04-23T20:38:49.000+0200},
    title = {Collaborative Interactive Learning (Aktuelles Schlagwort)},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00287-017-1082-x},
    volume = 41,
    year = 2017
    }

  • Mrass, V., Durward, D., & Peters, C.. (2017). Crowdsourcing-plattformen als innovative dienstleistungssysteme – gestaltung und optimierung interdependenter wertschöpfungsprozesse in der cloud. In Herausforderung cloud und crowd - literaturreport (pp. 16-25). .
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-12-19T10:25:35.000+0100},
    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Durward, David and Peters, Christoph},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2fbc82faacc08c48a4546e9b854a4753b/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Herausforderung Cloud und Crowd - Literaturreport},
    interhash = {afbba4bcafd0e247a6fcdc1c2b0964dd},
    intrahash = {fbc82faacc08c48a4546e9b854a4753b},
    keywords = {Crowdsourcing Crowdworking-Plattformen Literaturreport Projekt_Herausforderung_Cloud_und_Crowd itegpub misc misc_art pub_cpe pub_ddu pub_vmr},
    pages = {16-25},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:43:00.000+0100},
    title = {Crowdsourcing-Plattformen als innovative Dienstleistungssysteme – Gestaltung und Optimierung interdependenter Wertschöpfungsprozesse in der Cloud},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/JML_665.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Lipusch, N., Dellermann, D., Kleinschmidt, S., Ebel, P., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Towards developing a service innovation canvas. Paper presented at the Pre-icis workshop on service science: towards digital service innovation, Seoul, South Korea.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-11-30T15:07:32.000+0100},
    address = {Seoul, South Korea},
    author = {Lipusch, Nikolaus and Dellermann, Dominik and Kleinschmidt, Stefan and Ebel, Philipp and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/23c4d993949292645f90c1dc1c5e792c3/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Pre-ICIS Workshop on Service Science: Towards Digital Service Innovation},
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    keywords = {Service_Engineering Service_Innovation Service_Innovation_Canvs Service_Science itegpub itimpub misc misc_ws pub_dde pub_jml pub_nli pub_peb pub_skl},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:13:22.000+0100},
    title = {Towards Developing a Service Innovation Canvas},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/JML_666.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Dellermann, D., Lipusch, N., Ebel, P., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Digitizing knowledge intensive service systems: the crowdserv project. Paper presented at the Ais sig services pre-icis workshop, Seoul, South Korea.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-11-27T17:12:58.000+0100},
    address = {Seoul, South Korea},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Lipusch, Nikolaus and Ebel, Philipp and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/21f08faca5384ff74d773aa5adeef0f3d/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {AIS SIG Services Pre-ICIS Workshop},
    interhash = {ef2c844f8be5712c5621d28a81a0a2c6},
    intrahash = {1f08faca5384ff74d773aa5adeef0f3d},
    keywords = {Crowdserv accelerator dempub digitization itegpub itimpub misc misc_ws pub_dde pub_jml pub_nli pub_peb service_system},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:32:50.000+0100},
    title = {Digitizing Knowledge Intensive Service Systems: The CrowdServ Project},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/JML_667.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Dellermann, D., Lipusch, N., Ebel, P., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Building your iot ecosystem: proposing the hybrid intelligence accelerator. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the european workshop on software ecosystems 2017, Darmstadt, Germany.
    [BibTeX]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-10-24T16:36:23.000+0200},
    address = {Darmstadt, Germany},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Lipusch, Nikolaus and Ebel, Philipp and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/223a05765713ccc59703de1a589bef1af/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the European Workshop on Software Ecosystems 2017},
    editor = {Buxmann, Peter and Curan, Aidan Thomas and Eichler, Gerald and Jansen, Slinger and Kude, Thomas and Popp, Karl Michael},
    interhash = {ca63b6b81c1561a3ca379bd05b3a6ae2},
    intrahash = {23a05765713ccc59703de1a589bef1af},
    keywords = {Accelerator Business Entrepreneurship Hybrid_Things Intelligence Internet_Model conf conf_full dempub itegpub itimpub of pub_dde pub_jml pub_nli pub_peb},
    publisher = {Books on Demand},
    timestamp = {2019-11-20T17:19:25.000+0100},
    title = {Building Your IoT Ecosystem: Proposing the Hybrid Intelligence Accelerator},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Schuster, F., Dellermann, D., & Popp, K. M.. (2017). Integration von geschäftsmodellen-implikationen für theorie und praxis. M&a review, 10/2017(28), 343-349.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-10-17T11:40:10.000+0200},
    author = {Schuster, Florian and Dellermann, Dominik and Popp, Karl Michael},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/26d2a953fa4c480b22bb11f3c4a93fb55/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {925f963be2be770f0d8686d0eeacbfb5},
    intrahash = {6d2a953fa4c480b22bb11f3c4a93fb55},
    journal = {M&A Review},
    keywords = {Business_Model M&A Post_Merger_Integration itegpub itimpub journal pub_dde pub_fsc pub_mpo},
    number = 28,
    pages = {343-349},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:18:40.000+0100},
    title = {Integration von Geschäftsmodellen-Implikationen für Theorie und Praxis},
    volume = {10/2017},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Troll, J., Naef, S., & Blohm, I.. (2017). A mixed method approach to understanding crowdsourcees’ engagement behavior. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Seoul, South Korea.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-10-17T11:34:39.000+0200},
    address = {Seoul, South Korea},
    author = {Troll, Julia and Naef, Sven and Blohm, Ivo},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/241a9d787cffdc37a436a864e70fee729/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {d4d43791a8050b796dfdf94a844967e6},
    intrahash = {41a9d787cffdc37a436a864e70fee729},
    keywords = {Crowdsourcing conf conf_rip engagement_behavior itegpub mixed_method_approach pub_ibl pub_jtr pub_sna u3bpub value_co-creation},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:42:17.000+0100},
    title = {A Mixed Method Approach to Understanding Crowdsourcees’ Engagement Behavior},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/JML_674.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Troll, J., & Blohm, I.. (2017). How does the crowdsourcing experience impact participants’ engagement? an empirical illustration.. Paper presented at the 13th international conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), St. Gallen, Switzerland.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-10-17T11:14:27.000+0200},
    address = {St. Gallen, Switzerland},
    author = {Troll, Julia and Blohm, Ivo},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2fee998a38820fd389754b2e0cffbb02f/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {13th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI)},
    interhash = {22939a5a309d7869160de84a8498df4f},
    intrahash = {fee998a38820fd389754b2e0cffbb02f},
    keywords = {Crowdsourcing Crowdsourcing_Experience Customer_Engagement Engagement_Process conf conf_full itegpub pub_ibl pub_jtr u3bpub},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:41:11.000+0100},
    title = {How Does the Crowdsourcing Experience Impact Participants’ Engagement? An Empirical Illustration.},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/JML_661.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Lehmann, K., Söllner, M., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Third time is a charm – determining the required number of assessors when using peer assessment in large-scale lectures. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Seoul, South Korea.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-10-16T09:15:37.000+0200},
    address = {Seoul, South Korea},
    author = {Lehmann, Katja and Söllner, Matthias and Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/27d16f69e8cbfc2e8ffb590e9da2bc2fd/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {78f7139a5bc92b02d6e1109ad6622158},
    intrahash = {7d16f69e8cbfc2e8ffb590e9da2bc2fd},
    keywords = {Complex_Assignments Expert_Assessment Large-scale_Lecture Peer_Assessment conf conf_full itegpub pub_ibl pub_jml pub_kle pub_msö u3bpub},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:06:31.000+0100},
    title = {Third Time is a Charm – Determining the Required Number of Assessors when Using Peer Assessment in Large-Scale Lectures},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/JML_668.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Rhyn, M., & Blohm, I.. (2017). Combining collective and artificial intelligence: towards a design theory for decision support in crowdsourcing. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Guimarães, Portugal.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-10-16T09:02:55.000+0200},
    address = {Guimarães, Portugal},
    author = {Rhyn, Marcel and Blohm, Ivo},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/23980572cfa78c3679e3c110a6c45ac8c/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {b35dda84d17a3798a5409981eae74423},
    intrahash = {3980572cfa78c3679e3c110a6c45ac8c},
    keywords = {Crowdsourcing Design_Science_Research Machine_Learning Text_Mining conf conf_rip itegpub itimpub pub_ibl pub_mrh},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:05:17.000+0100},
    title = {Combining Collective and Artificial Intelligence: Towards a Design Theory for Decision Support in Crowdsourcing},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/JML_660.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Rhyn, M., & Blohm, I.. (2017). A machine learning approach for classifying textual data in crowdsourcing. Paper presented at the 13th international conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), St. Gallen, Switzerland.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-10-16T08:43:04.000+0200},
    address = {St. Gallen, Switzerland},
    author = {Rhyn, Marcel and Blohm, Ivo},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2cab81ae2058e3360124823cc56bc5ed6/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {13th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI)},
    interhash = {7324df40ff2cbd07aa2cfb2066fa87b4},
    intrahash = {cab81ae2058e3360124823cc56bc5ed6},
    keywords = {Automatization Crowdsourcing Machine_Learning Text_Mining conf conf_full itegpub itimpub pub_ibl pub_mrh},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:03:54.000+0100},
    title = {A Machine Learning Approach for Classifying Textual Data in Crowdsourcing},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/JML_659.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Mrass, V., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Exploiting the digitization of leisure time: casual work and additional earnings for individuals on crowdworking platforms. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), pre-workshop "digitization of the individual (doti)", Seoul, South Korea.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-10-02T11:17:46.000+0200},
    address = {Seoul, South Korea},
    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2d8fd4edf9d0a15c9385f34c2b31f4ffb/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Pre-Workshop "Digitization of the Individual (DOTI)"},
    interhash = {f686a85fb65658af4ba1ccbbb50e87d7},
    intrahash = {d8fd4edf9d0a15c9385f34c2b31f4ffb},
    keywords = {Crowd_Work Crowdworking_Platforms Digitization Individuals New_Opportunities conf conf_rip itegpub pub_cpe pub_jml pub_vmr},
    timestamp = {2018-01-21T11:56:04.000+0100},
    title = {Exploiting the Digitization of Leisure Time: Casual Work and Additional Earnings for Individuals on Crowdworking Platforms},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/JML_657.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Mrass, V., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Work organization in online platform ecosystems. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Seoul, South Korea.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-09-27T16:16:08.000+0200},
    address = {Seoul, South Korea},
    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/21bf317b9ce3bce7648ffbca2be254d4a/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {68fe767bf6014e23d684068b00d38152},
    intrahash = {1bf317b9ce3bce7648ffbca2be254d4a},
    keywords = {Crowdsourcing Crowdworking_Platforms Online_Platform_Ecosystems Work_Organization itegpub misc misc_art misc_ws pub_cpe pub_jml pub_vmr},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:48:12.000+0100},
    title = {Work Organization in Online Platform Ecosystems},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/JML_656.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Blohm, I., Haas, P., Peters, C., Jakob, T., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Managing disruptive innovation through service systems - crowdlending in the banking industry. Case center, 317-0281-1(8).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-09-27T10:48:48.000+0200},
    author = {Blohm, Ivo and Haas, Philipp and Peters, Christoph and Jakob, Thomas and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2532c79ad23e0e192417773d5cfa2b8cf/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {00b9a2292cd07d31c5b22c04f802dfb7},
    intrahash = {532c79ad23e0e192417773d5cfa2b8cf},
    journal = {Case Center},
    keywords = {Banking_industry Banking_innovation Collaboration Crowdfunding Crowdlending Disruptive_innovation Fintech Incumbent_problem Service_system Service_system_design dempub hopla_1108 iteg_233 itegpub misc misc_art pub_cpe pub_ibl pub_jml pub_pha},
    number = 8,
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:23:24.000+0100},
    title = {Managing disruptive innovation through service systems - Crowdlending in the banking industry},
    url = {https://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view&&id=145816#},
    volume = {317-0281-1},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Brenner, W., Broy, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Auf dem weg zu einer informatik neuer prägung in wissenschaft, studium und wirtschaft. Informatik-spektrum. doi:10.1007/s00287-017-1066-x
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-09-25T16:43:21.000+0200},
    author = {Brenner, Walter and Broy, Manfred and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2cded40ae094a45f2fdebd875ca2a9aec/ls_leimeister},
    doi = {10.1007/s00287-017-1066-x},
    interhash = {23bc55839d5c9c283ea23ebcf6296f8b},
    intrahash = {cded40ae094a45f2fdebd875ca2a9aec},
    issn = {0170-6012},
    journal = {Informatik-Spektrum},
    keywords = {Entwicklung Informatik Studium Wissenschaft itegpub journal pub_jml},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:45:00.000+0100},
    title = {Auf dem Weg zu einer Informatik neuer Prägung in Wissenschaft, Studium und Wirtschaft},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/JML_655.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Dellermann, D., Lipusch, N., Ebel, P., Popp, K. M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Finding the unicorn: predicting early stage startup success through a hybrid intelligence method. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Seoul, South Korea.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-09-25T16:25:09.000+0200},
    address = {Seoul, South Korea},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Lipusch, Nikolaus and Ebel, Philipp and Popp, Karl Michael and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2e77cb999580edb0f47f3758b783bd65c/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {f22c0d1f35727b392167eada096fc01b},
    intrahash = {e77cb999580edb0f47f3758b783bd65c},
    keywords = {Uncertainty conf conf_rip decision_making/makers design_science hybrid_intelligence itegpub itimpub machine_learning pub_dde pub_jml pub_kpo pub_nli pub_peb wisdom_of_the_crowd},
    timestamp = {2020-05-19T14:59:08.000+0200},
    title = {Finding the Unicorn: Predicting Early Stage Startup Success through a Hybrid Intelligence Method},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/JML_669.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Li, M. M., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Designing a peer-based support system to support shakedown. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Seoul, South Korea.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-09-25T15:58:55.000+0200},
    address = {Seoul, South Korea},
    author = {Li, Mahei Manhai and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/202d675b084bc4413ae77862863f66d52/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {9f2f13a239b410f7f33bf6abc5ae1e9b},
    intrahash = {02d675b084bc4413ae77862863f66d52},
    keywords = {conf conf_rip dempub design itegpub peer peer_based peer_support pub_cpe pub_jml pub_mli support_system},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:10:05.000+0100},
    title = {Designing a peer-based support system to support shakedown},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/JML_670.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Knote, R., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Towards requirement patterns for smart physical work assistants. Paper presented at the International workshop on requirements patterns (repa' 17), Lisbon, Portugal.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-09-25T15:51:25.000+0200},
    address = {Lisbon, Portugal},
    author = {Knote, Robin and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2f558f97f798b36aafac6386a162af734/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Workshop on Requirements Patterns (RePa' 17)},
    interhash = {196078ab1ff0ea3458eed3b9d304e398},
    intrahash = {f558f97f798b36aafac6386a162af734},
    keywords = {itegpub job_satisfaction misc misc_ws pub_jml pub_msö pub_rkn software_requirement_patterns work_design_theory},
    timestamp = {2019-09-23T14:55:17.000+0200},
    title = {Towards Requirement Patterns for Smart Physical Work Assistants},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/JML_748.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Ernst, S., Janson, A., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Understanding it-culture conflicts to drive successful technochange projects – a case study. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Seoul, South Korea.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-09-25T15:44:58.000+0200},
    address = {Seoul, South Korea},
    author = {Ernst, Sissy-Josefina and Janson, Andreas and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/26334878e7544369283add34efbc79440/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {550ceea2ba03f20d5a9bcb45f74ef857},
    intrahash = {6334878e7544369283add34efbc79440},
    keywords = {IT-culture_conflicts Technochange conf conf_rip itegpub organizational_culture pub_aja pub_cpe pub_jml pub_ser},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:39:40.000+0100},
    title = {Understanding IT-Culture Conflicts to Drive Successful Technochange Projects – a Case Study},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/JML_673.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Knop, N., Durward, D., & Blohm, I.. (2017). How to design an internal crowdsourcing system. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Seoul, South Korea.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-09-24T11:13:14.000+0200},
    address = {Seoul, South Korea},
    author = {Knop, Nicolas and Durward, David and Blohm, Ivo},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2b2561a46ba139caa4745df131617e3b0/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {2ac9cf0dc3418c3e3e2f0834515a59a9},
    intrahash = {b2561a46ba139caa4745df131617e3b0},
    keywords = {Crowdsourcing Design_Guidelines Social_Technical_Systems Software_Testing conf conf_rip itegpub pub_ddu pub_ibl pub_nkn},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:39:50.000+0100},
    title = {How to Design an Internal Crowdsourcing System},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/JML_672.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Traumer, F., Oeste-Reiß, S., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Towards a future reallocation of work between humans and machines – taxonomy of tasks and interaction types in the context of machine learning. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Seoul, South Korea.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-09-24T11:07:43.000+0200},
    address = {Seoul, South Korea},
    author = {Traumer, Fabian and Oeste-Reiß, Sarah and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/21edbd9befc7f42ae5a2aeaaa299d2e85/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {3988525fcd2fe2b50c7305cd9e866138},
    intrahash = {1edbd9befc7f42ae5a2aeaaa299d2e85},
    keywords = {Collaboration Crowdsourcing Interaction Machine_Learning Task Taxonomy cepub conf conf_short itegpub pub_ftr pub_jml pub_soe},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:39:48.000+0100},
    title = {Towards a Future Reallocation of Work between Humans and Machines – Taxonomy of Tasks and Interaction Types in the Context of Machine Learning},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/JML_671.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Schöbel, S., Ernst, S., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). More than the sum of its parts – towards identifying preferred game design element combinations in learning management systems. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Seoul, South Korea.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-09-24T11:03:05.000+0200},
    address = {Seoul, South Korea},
    author = {Schöbel, Sofia and Ernst, Sissy-Josefina and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2d0840fef6c0f171a0bd25d77540f2452/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {6416726c4c9b7f0028537549c19eda77},
    intrahash = {d0840fef6c0f171a0bd25d77540f2452},
    keywords = {Analysis_Element Combinations_Learning Design Elements_User Gamification_Game Preferences_Conjoint conf conf_rip itegpub pub_jml pub_msö pub_ser pub_ssc},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:33:54.000+0100},
    title = {More than the Sum of its Parts – Towards Identifying Preferred Game Design Element Combinations in Learning Management Systems},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/JML_653.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Schöbel, S., Janson, A., Ernst, S., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). How to gamify a mobile learning application – a modularization approach. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Seoul, South Korea.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-09-24T10:58:22.000+0200},
    address = {Seoul, South Korea},
    author = {Schöbel, Sofia and Janson, Andreas and Ernst, Sissy-Josefina and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/20d130f81d2f284ce67b84870e877409c/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {a520c3948d87263357b4a566d399b9b3},
    intrahash = {0d130f81d2f284ce67b84870e877409c},
    keywords = {Application_ Gamification_Motivation_Mobile Learning Modularization Pub_KoLeArn itegpub pub_aja pub_jml pub_kolearn pub_ser pub_ssc},
    timestamp = {2017-11-10T13:07:03.000+0100},
    title = {How to Gamify a Mobile Learning Application – A Modularization Approach},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/JML_652.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Brenner, W., Broy, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Zur rolle der informatik in der digitalisierung. .
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @standard{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-08-14T16:46:58.000+0200},
    address = {St. Gallen, Switzerland},
    author = {Brenner, Walter and Broy, Manfred and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/20ac1f05b996533840c17b2b39f913cb7/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Diskussionsbeitrag},
    interhash = {6f46e6739d2e684b90e9bcc39c022f71},
    intrahash = {0ac1f05b996533840c17b2b39f913cb7},
    keywords = {Digitalisierung Informatik Rolle itegpub misc misc_art pub_jml},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:50:08.000+0100},
    title = {Zur Rolle der Informatik in der Digitalisierung},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/JML_664.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Mrass, V., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Von kunden für kunden: crowd services als erweiterung der digital customer experience. Hmd praxis der wirtschaftsinformatik, 54(5), 821-837. doi:10.1365/s40702-017-0345-y
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-08-11T11:47:58.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden, Germany},
    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/219f71a30303a340561e21472be82664c/ls_leimeister},
    doi = {10.1365/s40702-017-0345-y},
    interhash = {6a546085b4f5c42a6bb647b9bf76e105},
    intrahash = {19f71a30303a340561e21472be82664c},
    issn = {2198-2775},
    journal = {HMD Praxis der Wirtschaftsinformatik},
    keywords = {Crowd_Services Crowd_Work Crowdsourcing Crowdworking-Plattformen Digitale_Kundenschnittstelle On-Demand_Ecomomy itegpub journal pub_cpe pub_jml pub_vmr},
    number = 5,
    pages = {821-837},
    publisher = {Springer Fachmedien},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:57:25.000+0100},
    title = {Von Kunden für Kunden: Crowd Services als Erweiterung der Digital Customer Experience},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/JML_644.pdf},
    volume = 54,
    year = 2017
    }

  • Dellermann, D., Lipusch, N., Ebel, P., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Design principles for hybrid intelligence decision support systems in entrepreneurship. Paper presented at the Electronic markets paper development workshop, Karlsruhe, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-07-27T17:11:22.000+0200},
    address = {Karlsruhe, Germany},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Lipusch, Nikolaus and Ebel, Philipp and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/28e203f0f31b87082c173eef915d38ac1/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Electronic Markets Paper Development Workshop},
    interhash = {83a701ea6d325b0cb598cfdc546888a1},
    intrahash = {8e203f0f31b87082c173eef915d38ac1},
    keywords = {Accelerator Collective_Intelligence Design_Science_Research Machine_Learning itegpub itimpub misc misc_ws pub_dde pub_jml pub_nli pub_peb},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:30:27.000+0100},
    title = {Design Principles for Hybrid Intelligence Decision Support Systems in Entrepreneurship},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/JML_648.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Dellermann, D.. (2017). Hybrid intelligence dss for business model innovation. Paper presented at the Academy of management annual meeting, tim doctoral research development workshop, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-07-27T17:06:00.000+0200},
    address = {Atlanta, Georgia, USA},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2de089dd409afae201b45bfc2587668a9/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Academy of Management Annual Meeting, TIM Doctoral Research Development Workshop},
    interhash = {147b3bd2df228a3f1ab310631e2dd15f},
    intrahash = {de089dd409afae201b45bfc2587668a9},
    keywords = {Accelerator Collective_Intelligence Design_Science_Research Machine_Learning itegpub itimpub misc misc_art pub_dde},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:27:18.000+0100},
    title = {Hybrid Intelligence DSS for Business Model Innovation},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/JML_649.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Dellermann, D., Lipusch, N., Ebel, P., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). New ways to consider: towards a design theory for hybrid intelligence accelerators. Paper presented at the The baugh-ratio colloquium for young social scientists, Stockholm, Sweden.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-07-27T17:00:20.000+0200},
    address = {Stockholm, Sweden},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Lipusch, Nikolaus and Ebel, Philipp and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2def6a48cf1f96d1ea6e2206113e3b394/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {The Baugh-Ratio Colloquium for Young Social Scientists},
    interhash = {9afda5a28816a6a3a32e8a82564c813c},
    intrahash = {def6a48cf1f96d1ea6e2206113e3b394},
    keywords = {Accelerator Collective_Intelligence Design_Science_Research Machine_Learning itegpub itimpub misc misc_ws pub_dde pub_jml pub_nli pub_peb},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:34:28.000+0100},
    title = {New Ways to Consider: Towards a Design Theory for Hybrid Intelligence Accelerators},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/JML_647.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Kleinschmidt, S., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Towards ict-enabled service business: a design theory for human-centered service systems. Paper presented at the 2. jahrestagung der wissenschaftlichen kommission dienstleistungsmanagement (wk dlm) des verbands der hochschullehrer für betriebswirtschaft e.v., Leipzig, Germany.
    [BibTeX]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-07-19T17:25:03.000+0200},
    address = {Leipzig, Germany},
    author = {Kleinschmidt, Stefan and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2d23d702dd4f39e5479c6420aaa89d28a/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {2. Jahrestagung der Wissenschaftlichen Kommission Dienstleistungsmanagement (WK DLM) des Verbands der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e.V.},
    interhash = {0135aec5e6f5e49d285db6fed0570e42},
    intrahash = {d23d702dd4f39e5479c6420aaa89d28a},
    keywords = {Business_model_design Design_theory Human-centered_service_system Service_design dempub itegpub misc misc_ws pub_cpe pub_jml pub_skl},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:59:04.000+0100},
    title = {Towards ICT-Enabled Service Business: A Design Theory for Human-Centered Service Systems},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Mrass, V., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Anreiz- und vergütungsmodelle auf crowdworking-plattformen als innovativen dienstleistungssystemen. Paper presented at the Jahrestagung der wissenschaftlichen kommission dienstleistungsmanagement (wk dlm) des verbands der hochschullehrer für betriebswirtschaft e.v., Leipzig, Deutschland.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-07-09T20:15:43.000+0200},
    address = {Leipzig, Deutschland},
    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/25401dde25bacdeb07b7a9b1297808539/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Jahrestagung der Wissenschaftlichen Kommission Dienstleistungsmanagement (WK DLM) des Verbands der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e.V.},
    interhash = {4b0670fb3f8327e570d4f7a6e80859b9},
    intrahash = {5401dde25bacdeb07b7a9b1297808539},
    keywords = {Anreiz-_und_Vergütungsmodelle Crowdworking-Plattformen Dienstleistungssysteme Work_Systems conf conf_rip itegpub pub_cpe pub_jml pub_vmr},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:55:11.000+0100},
    title = {Anreiz- und Vergütungsmodelle auf Crowdworking-Plattformen als innovativen Dienstleistungssystemen},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/JML_642.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Kunz, M. M., Englisch, O., & Bretschneider, U.. (2017). Build your city! - engaging citizens in crowdfunding projects. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Guimarães, Portugal.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-28T17:44:00.000+0200},
    address = {Guimarães, Portugal},
    author = {Kunz, Michael Marcin and Englisch, Oliver and Bretschneider, Ulrich},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2922eaeb4819d4bc31631a17d268c7c9f/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {6ccc9789bb5e26a5dba1f4cdf8734d55},
    intrahash = {922eaeb4819d4bc31631a17d268c7c9f},
    keywords = {Citizen_participation Crowdfunding Digital_government Establishing_trust conf conf_full itegpub pub_mgi pub_oen pub_ubr},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:04:25.000+0100},
    title = {Build your city! - Engaging citizens in crowdfunding projects},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/JML_627.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Kleinschmidt, S., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Achieving scalability of human-centered service systems: insights from the active and assisted living context. Paper presented at the International research symposium on advancing service research and practice (quis), Porto, Portugal.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-23T17:52:45.000+0200},
    address = {Porto, Portugal},
    author = {Kleinschmidt, Stefan and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2602ab51a8410118038bbbec61944468b/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Research Symposium on Advancing Service Research and Practice (QUIS)},
    interhash = {2f0b31af22eac15d72bae2b951c6a05c},
    intrahash = {602ab51a8410118038bbbec61944468b},
    keywords = {Business_Model Human-Centered_Service_Systems Multiple_Case_Study Service_Design Service_Innovation dempub itegpub misc misc_ws pub_cpe pub_jml pub_skl},
    timestamp = {2018-12-09T19:10:33.000+0100},
    title = {Achieving scalability of human-centered service systems: Insights from the active and assisted living context},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/JML_638.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Dellermann, D., Fliaster, A., & Kolloch, M.. (2017). Lost energy? managing co-innovation risk of digital business models. Journal of business strategy.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-16T20:56:17.000+0200},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Fliaster, Alexander and Kolloch, Michael},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2dc5a76fda35d863bbe13fd738609252c/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {eff6cc7c913da0ce9e4ba50e39376c37},
    intrahash = {dc5a76fda35d863bbe13fd738609252c},
    journal = {Journal of Business Strategy},
    keywords = {business_model_innovation digital_innovation ecosystems energy_industry itegpub itimpub journal pub_dde risk_management virtual_power_plants},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:18:05.000+0100},
    title = {Lost Energy? Managing Co-Innovation Risk of Digital Business Models},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Dellermann, D., & Reck, F.. (2017). Minimizing complementors’ risk in third-party innovation: a qualitative comparative analysis (qca) of digital platform configurations. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss), Waikoloa, HI, USA..
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-16T20:31:33.000+0200},
    address = {Waikoloa, HI, USA.},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Reck, Fabian},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2d10a1e6a33bac81e47624de851ea7340/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)},
    interhash = {c9e5a45201b01e87b1b330c3d119dd55},
    intrahash = {d10a1e6a33bac81e47624de851ea7340},
    keywords = {Digital_Innovation FsCA Governance Modularization Risk conf conf_full dempub itegpub itimpub pub_dde},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:35:54.000+0100},
    title = {Minimizing Complementors’ Risk in Third-Party Innovation: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) of Digital Platform Configurations},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/JML_624.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Dellermann, D., & Reck, F.. (2017). The antecedents of transaction costs in digital ecosystems: a configurational view on the interplay of app architecture and platform governance. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss), Waikoloa, HI, USA..
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-16T20:27:06.000+0200},
    address = {Waikoloa, HI, USA.},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Reck, Fabian},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2ccff89f8fcf3f7bf16aa6db54e07b221/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)},
    interhash = {8545b38b1f06bceabd6fb8d9ac8fba33},
    intrahash = {ccff89f8fcf3f7bf16aa6db54e07b221},
    keywords = {Cloud Complementor FsQCA Platform_Governance Transaction_Cost_Theory conf conf_full dempub itegpub itimpub pub_dde},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:37:09.000+0100},
    title = {The Antecedents of Transaction Costs in Digital Ecosystems: A Configurational View on the Interplay of App Architecture and Platform Governance},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/JML_625.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Dellermann, D., Jud, C., & Reck, F.. (2017). Understanding platform loyalty in the cloud: a configurational view on isv’s costs and benefits. Paper presented at the 13th international conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), St. Gallen, Switzerland.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-16T20:22:01.000+0200},
    address = {St. Gallen, Switzerland},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Jud, Christopher and Reck, Fabian},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/22236582fa00c28b53eb46d6c35d57c51/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {13th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI)},
    interhash = {3fabae518eba40996a109cf96ef4913b},
    intrahash = {2236582fa00c28b53eb46d6c35d57c51},
    keywords = {FsQCA ISV PaaS cloud conf conf_full costs dempub itegpub itimpub pub_dde transaction},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:20:02.000+0100},
    title = {Understanding Platform Loyalty in the Cloud: A Configurational View on ISV’s Costs and Benefits},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/JML_626.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Dellermann, D., Jud, C., & Reck, F.. (2017). Plattform-loyalität in der cloud. Hmd praxis der wirtschaftsinformatik.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-16T19:46:32.000+0200},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Jud, Christopher and Reck, Fabian},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2b451fa5636acd86f5c88ca6835f2e997/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {1b74c8f1fc114e9958a86c92ffc92667},
    intrahash = {b451fa5636acd86f5c88ca6835f2e997},
    journal = {HMD Praxis der Wirtschaftsinformatik},
    keywords = {Cloud FsQCA Independent_Software Loyalität Platform-as-a-Service Transaktionskosten Vendor dempub itegpub itimpub journal pub_cju pub_dde pub_fre},
    publisher = {Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:20:36.000+0100},
    title = {Plattform-Loyalität in der Cloud},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/JML_623.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Durward, D., & Blohm, I.. (2017). I am a crowd worker - how individuals identify with a new form of digital work. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Guimarães, Portugal.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-16T19:39:24.000+0200},
    address = {Guimarães, Portugal},
    author = {Durward, David and Blohm, Ivo},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/201dbada4172693eb16ebb8fac230ed16/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {96505c0ebe788d1ea923427362566a59},
    intrahash = {01dbada4172693eb16ebb8fac230ed16},
    keywords = {Characteristics Crowd_Work Identification Self-Determination_Theory Work conf conf_rip itegpub pub_ddu pub_ibl},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:38:04.000+0100},
    title = {I am a Crowd Worker - How Individuals Identify with a New Form of Digital Work},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/JML_634.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Dellermann, D., Lipusch, N., & Ebel, P.. (2017). Entrepreneurship at the interface: how crowdsourcing can support opportunity creation. Paper presented at the Academy of management annual meeting (aom), Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
    [BibTeX]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-16T19:11:38.000+0200},
    address = {Atlanta, Georgia, USA},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Lipusch, Nikolaus and Ebel, Philipp},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2043bd81d6ecb60a219d44f535b7a07ab/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Academy of Management Annual Meeting (AOM)},
    interhash = {856b3f76e137b065c3bdae3eaa30b9c4},
    intrahash = {043bd81d6ecb60a219d44f535b7a07ab},
    keywords = {Entrepreneurship conf conf_full crowdsourcing digital_entrepreneurship itegpub itimpub opportunity_creation_theory pub_dde pub_nli pub_peb},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:26:11.000+0100},
    title = {Entrepreneurship at the Interface: How Crowdsourcing Can Support Opportunity Creation},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Dellermann, D., Lipusch, N., & Ebel, P.. (2017). Developing design principles for a service system for crowd-based business model validation. Paper presented at the Design science research in information systems and technology (desrist), Karlsruhe, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-09T13:37:13.000+0200},
    address = {Karlsruhe, Germany},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Lipusch, Nikolaus and Ebel, Philipp},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/23c866c9d86390a1990cf1b11ad334442/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology (DESRIST)},
    interhash = {8918441074d24436740e74dff3ce77a9},
    intrahash = {3c866c9d86390a1990cf1b11ad334442},
    keywords = {Business_model Crowdsourcing Decision_support Entrepreneurship Service conf conf_full dempub itegpub itimpub pub_dde pub_nli pub_peb},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:21:23.000+0100},
    title = {Developing Design Principles for a Service System for Crowd-Based Business Model Validation},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/JML_628.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Dellermann, D., Lipusch, N., & Ebel, P.. (2017). Crowd-based incubation: a new pathway to support entrepreneurship. Paper presented at the Ispim innovation conference, Vienna, Austria.
    [BibTeX]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-09T13:30:49.000+0200},
    address = {Vienna, Austria},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Lipusch, Nikolaus and Ebel, Philipp},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/23c3509ff6d4eeb1e026e034e25a3333c/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {ISPIM Innovation Conference},
    interhash = {2937914779a1f2b410fc770c017e7656},
    intrahash = {3c3509ff6d4eeb1e026e034e25a3333c},
    keywords = {Case_study Crowd-based_incubator Crowdsourcing Incubator conf conf_full itegpub itimpub pub_dde pub_nli pub_peb},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:22:38.000+0100},
    title = {Crowd-based Incubation: A new Pathway to Support Entrepreneurship},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Kolloch, M., & Dellermann, D.. (2017). Digital innovation in the energy industry: the impact of controversies on the evolution of innovation ecosystems. Technological forecasting & social change.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-09T12:27:25.000+0200},
    author = {Kolloch, Michael and Dellermann, Dominik},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/24fe409c12b7d25aa506ee2abc961a696/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {f330f9cce14a74676e34e14c10cdb7bb},
    intrahash = {4fe409c12b7d25aa506ee2abc961a696},
    journal = {Technological Forecasting & Social Change},
    keywords = {Actor_network_theory Digital_innovation Energy_industry Innovation_ecosystem Virtual_power_plant itegpub itimpub journal pub_dde},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:03:51.000+0100},
    title = {Digital Innovation in the Energy Industry: The Impact of Controversies on the Evolution of Innovation Ecosystems},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/JML_622.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Dellermann, D.. (2017). Going east: a framework for reverse innovation in smes. .
    [BibTeX]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-09T12:15:43.000+0200},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/254eeda742ff64234db708bf377966f80/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Journal of Business Strategy},
    interhash = {7534ffd0d8f60db82c221f902ab54aca},
    intrahash = {54eeda742ff64234db708bf377966f80},
    keywords = {Emerging_markets Telemedical_Services itegpub itimpub journal pub_dde reverse_innovation smes},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:14:41.000+0100},
    title = {Going East: A Framework for Reverse Innovation in SMEs
    },
    year = 2017
    }

  • Kleinschmidt, S., & Peters, C.. (2017). Towards an integrated evaluation of human-centered service systems and corresponding business models: a systems theory perspective. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Guimarães, Portugal.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-06T15:15:42.000+0200},
    address = {Guimarães, Portugal},
    author = {Kleinschmidt, Stefan and Peters, Christoph},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/24ab4ebe54496333f6c52f777f7eab74e/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {032c6c670f6e1568d83d74a2fdf88527},
    intrahash = {4ab4ebe54496333f6c52f777f7eab74e},
    keywords = {Business_Model_Design Design_Science_Research Evaluation_Scheme General_Systems_Theory Human-Centered_Service_System Service_Design conf conf_rip dempub itegpub pub_cpe pub_skl},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:56:14.000+0100},
    title = {Towards an integrated evaluation of human-centered service systems and corresponding business models: A systems theory perspective},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/JML_631.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Mrass, V., Li, M. M., & Peters, C.. (2017). Towards a taxonomy of digital work. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Guimarães, Portugal.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-06T15:10:42.000+0200},
    address = {Guimarães, Portugal},
    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Li, Mahei Manhai and Peters, Christoph},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2ad17e1bd7b30e71c3dfdef190035b745/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {b2f650804610c8497a1000d958d0ecc9},
    intrahash = {ad17e1bd7b30e71c3dfdef190035b745},
    keywords = {Digital_Work Digital_Work_Tools Digitization Taxonomy conf conf_rip itegpub pub_cpe pub_mli pub_vmr},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:45:27.000+0100},
    title = {Towards a taxonomy of digital work},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/JML_633.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Lipusch, N., Dellermann, D., & Ebel, P.. (2017). Using crowdfunding for start-up evaluation: how task representation influences prediction accuracy of the crowd. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Guimarães, Portugal.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-06T15:06:02.000+0200},
    address = {Guimarães, Portugal},
    author = {Lipusch, Nikolaus and Dellermann, Dominik and Ebel, Philipp},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2a27d27043308a14ea13b8a54d2b16489/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {1c6bbca79ed5e95d64fa3e5bb50045bd},
    intrahash = {a27d27043308a14ea13b8a54d2b16489},
    keywords = {Crowdfunding_Mechanism Decision_Support Rating_Scales Start-up_Evaluation conf conf_rip itegpub itimpub pub_dde pub_nli pub_peb},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:13:00.000+0100},
    title = {Using crowdfunding for start-up evaluation: How task representation influences prediction accuracy of the crowd},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/JML_617.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Rietsche, R., Söllner, M., & Seufert, S.. (2017). Digital formative learning assessment tool - towards helping students to take ownership of their learning. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Guimarães, Portugal.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-06T14:59:24.000+0200},
    address = {Guimarães, Portugal},
    author = {Rietsche, Roman and Söllner, Matthias and Seufert, Sabine},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2be3c29dda532cbca804fbe48404fbdb9/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {50c48abb80bde56816c9224d1f751a2c},
    intrahash = {be3c29dda532cbca804fbe48404fbdb9},
    keywords = {Digital_formative_learning_assessment action_design_research conf conf_rip feedback higher_education itegpub large-scale_class pub_msö pub_rri pub_sse},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:14:40.000+0100},
    title = {Digital formative learning assessment tool - Towards helping students to take ownership of their learning},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/JML_632.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Rietsche, R., & Söllner, M.. (2017). The obvious and hidden values of it-based peer assessment in management education. Paper presented at the Academy of management annual meeting (aom), Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-06T14:51:15.000+0200},
    address = {Atlanta, Georgia, USA},
    author = {Rietsche, Roman and Söllner, Matthias},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/29db2b3aec09bb9db8ad05e970d22d9ca/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Academy of Management Annual Meeting (AOM)},
    interhash = {10440ea190b09e5a84796c066578c63c},
    intrahash = {9db2b3aec09bb9db8ad05e970d22d9ca},
    keywords = {IT-based_peer_assessment conf conf_full education feedback itegpub large-scale_class management pub_msö pub_rri technology-mediated_learning},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:10:11.000+0100},
    title = {The obvious and hidden values of IT-based peer assessment in management education},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/JML_646.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Schöbel, S.. (2017). About the relevance of user preferences in the development of gamification approaches. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), doctoral consortium, Guimarães, Portugal.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-06T14:44:24.000+0200},
    address = {Guimarães, Portugal},
    author = {Schöbel, Sofia},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2a2ecb6c5a98af2c9c0764ed4dd615d7e/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Doctoral Consortium},
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    keywords = {Gamification_User Preferences_Motivation_Learning dc itegpub misc pub_ssc},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:32:10.000+0100},
    title = {About the Relevance of User Preferences in the Development of Gamification Approaches},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/JML_629.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Schöbel, S., Söllner, M., & Mishra, A. N.. (2017). Does the winner take it all? towards an understanding of why there might be no one-size-fits-all gamification design. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Guimarães, Portugal.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-06T14:38:45.000+0200},
    address = {Guimarães, Portugal},
    author = {Schöbel, Sofia and Söllner, Matthias and Mishra, Abhay Nath},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2b2f4ca6a2349b771800aa51b41061cb8/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
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    intrahash = {b2f4ca6a2349b771800aa51b41061cb8},
    keywords = {Differences_Competition_Cooperation_Autonomy_Co-Competition Gamification_Motivation_Reward Structures_User conf conf_rip itegpub pub_ami pub_msö pub_ssc},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:35:30.000+0100},
    title = {Does the Winner Take it All? Towards an Understanding of why there might be no One-Size-Fits-All Gamification Design},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/JML_630.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Mrass, V., & Peters, C.. (2017). Crowdworking-plattformen in deutschland. Paper presented at the Working paper series, nr. 16, Kassel, Germany.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-04-26T17:21:28.000+0200},
    address = {Kassel, Germany},
    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Peters, Christoph},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/293d9850a6f62a2cfaba8ea94c4231254/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Working Paper Series, Nr. 16},
    editor = {Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    interhash = {36790a6d9d2c67197ac0e739f9482c8e},
    intrahash = {93d9850a6f62a2cfaba8ea94c4231254},
    keywords = {Crowdsourcing Crowdworker Crowdworking Crowdworking_Plattformen Digitalisierung Plattformökonomie itegpub misc misc_art pub_cpe pub_jml pub_vmr pub_wps},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:46:31.000+0100},
    title = {Crowdworking-Plattformen in Deutschland},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/JML_615.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Leicht, N., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Leveraging the power of the crowd for software testing. Ieee software, 34(2), 62-69.
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    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-03-31T11:46:21.000+0200},
    author = {Leicht, Niklas and Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2a88e2c5a85cc6866cc5c50a1d6db446f/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {42594834c878863daa0f87ed4b085dba},
    intrahash = {a88e2c5a85cc6866cc5c50a1d6db446f},
    journal = {IEEE Software},
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    number = 2,
    pages = {62-69},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:07:57.000+0100},
    title = {Leveraging the Power of the Crowd for Software Testing},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/JML_635.pdf},
    volume = 34,
    year = 2017
    }

  • Janson, A., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). The impact of procedural scaffolding on mobile learning outcomes. Paper presented at the Academy of management annual meeting (aom), Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-03-31T11:25:15.000+0200},
    address = {Atlanta, Georgia, USA},
    author = {Janson, Andreas and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2f6cb8339e24d1007a7395cd81de1fbb0/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Academy of Management Annual Meeting (AOM)},
    interhash = {65bb3140190e06873c5ae3d30111ca20},
    intrahash = {f6cb8339e24d1007a7395cd81de1fbb0},
    keywords = {Mobile_Learning Scaffolding Technology-Mediated_Learning conf conf_full dempub itegpub pub_aja pub_jml pub_msö},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:54:23.000+0100},
    title = {The Impact of Procedural Scaffolding on Mobile Learning Outcomes},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/JML_636.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Janson, A., & Söllner, M.. (2017). How technology-enhanced scaffolding contributes to problem-solving outcomes in management education. Paper presented at the Academy of management annual meeting (aom), Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-03-31T11:18:50.000+0200},
    address = {Atlanta, Georgia, USA},
    author = {Janson, Andreas and Söllner, Matthias},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/26378667ec90bbf2494430199efe24acc/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Academy of Management Annual Meeting (AOM)},
    interhash = {760dc0046b8c81f9efb7153aee0e6a01},
    intrahash = {6378667ec90bbf2494430199efe24acc},
    keywords = {Flipped_Classroom Problem_Solving Scaffolding Technology-Mediated_Learning conf conf_full dempub itegpub pub_aja pub_msö},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:15:18.000+0100},
    title = {How Technology-Enhanced Scaffolding Contributes to Problem-Solving Outcomes in Management Education},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/JML_637.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Maier, T., Gronich, S., Rickert, A., & Lipusch, N.. (2017). Text mining in ideencommunities: gestaltungsempfehlungen eines text mining artefakts zur unterstützung der ideenevaluation. Paper presented at the 13th international conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), St. Gallen, Switzerland.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-03-13T16:05:51.000+0100},
    address = {St. Gallen, Switzerland},
    author = {Maier, Thomas and Gronich, Sebastian and Rickert, Ann-Katrin and Lipusch, Nikolaus},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2946792833bb79d7e8f4a1b1a5461330f/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {13th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI)},
    interhash = {85ecd7864c4545cef9910de3e47d8309},
    intrahash = {946792833bb79d7e8f4a1b1a5461330f},
    keywords = {Absorpative_Capacity Design_Science_Research Ideencommunities Text_Mining conf conf_full itegpub itimpub pub_nli},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:44:22.000+0100},
    title = {Text Mining in Ideencommunities: Gestaltungsempfehlungen eines Text Mining Artefakts zur Unterstützung der Ideenevaluation},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/JML_612.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Lipusch, N., Ebel, P., Dellermann, D., & Bretschneider, U.. (2017). Customer feedback for startups – a process model and research agenda. Paper presented at the Ispim innovation conference, Vienna, Austria.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-03-13T15:51:49.000+0100},
    address = {Vienna, Austria},
    author = {Lipusch, Nikolaus and Ebel, Philipp and Dellermann, Dominik and Bretschneider, Ulrich},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2424d6397d8377a9646dd390436540d68/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {ISPIM Innovation Conference},
    interhash = {a4a8cc79d72a7a4cd81e5021c5477897},
    intrahash = {424d6397d8377a9646dd390436540d68},
    keywords = {Customer_Development Entreprenurship Lean_Startup conf conf_full itegpub itimpub pub_dde pub_nli pub_peb},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:14:35.000+0100},
    title = {Customer Feedback for Startups – A Process Model and Research Agenda},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/JML_641.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Lipusch, N., Bretschneider, U., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Crowdfunding zur gründungsfinanzierung von start-ups aus dem universitären bereich. In Crowd entrepreneurship: das gründungsgeschehen im wandel (pp. 189-215). Springer gabler.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-03-13T15:23:38.000+0100},
    author = {Lipusch, Nikolaus and Bretschneider, Ulrich and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2a2a0b0542c0f4512dc2286170fba7c4d/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Crowd Entrepreneurship: Das Gründungsgeschehen im Wandel},
    interhash = {87a79663d3a168c1b02813cff9a46fd3},
    intrahash = {a2a0b0542c0f4512dc2286170fba7c4d},
    keywords = {Crowdfunding Crowdinvesting Entrepreneurship Gründungsfinanzierung Universitäre_Gründungen book book_ch itegpub itimpub pub_jml pub_nli pub_ubr},
    pages = {189-215},
    publisher = {Springer Gabler},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:12:31.000+0100},
    title = {Crowdfunding zur Gründungsfinanzierung von Start-ups aus dem universitären Bereich},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/JML_611.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Janson, A., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). The efficient provision of culture-sensitive services: a modularization approach. In Sawatani, Y., Spohrer, J., Kwan, S., & Takenaka, T. (Eds.), In Serviceology for smart service system (, pp. 147-157). Tokyo, Japan: Springer.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-02-26T21:15:12.000+0100},
    address = {Tokyo, Japan},
    author = {Janson, Andreas and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2febcb115953afa2e428024f877ca13b4/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Serviceology for Smart Service System},
    editor = {Sawatani, Y. and Spohrer, J. and Kwan, S. and Takenaka, T.},
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    keywords = {Culture Learning_service Service_modularization Technology-mediated_learning book book_ch dempub itegpub pub_aja pub_cpe pub_jml},
    pages = {147-157},
    publisher = {Springer},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:18:08.000+0100},
    title = {The Efficient Provision of Culture-Sensitive Services: A Modularization Approach},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-4-431-56074-6_17},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Janson, A., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Individual appropriation of learning management systems—antecedents and consequences. Ais transactions on human-computer interaction, 9(3), 173-201.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-02-12T22:35:40.000+0100},
    author = {Janson, Andreas and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2ac72ab17d31a399d351cb860208ff576/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {f7cc17d8e5dee09c8161786108c7628f},
    intrahash = {ac72ab17d31a399d351cb860208ff576},
    journal = {AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction},
    keywords = {E-learning Faithfulness_of_Appropriation Learning_Management_Systems Learning_Process Technology-mediated_Learning itegpub journal myown pub_aja pub_jml pub_msö},
    number = 3,
    pages = {173-201},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:37:41.000+0100},
    title = {Individual Appropriation of Learning Management Systems—Antecedents and Consequences },
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/JML_658.pdf},
    volume = 9,
    year = 2017
    }

  • Bretschneider, U., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Not just an ego trip: exploring backers' motivation for funding in incentive-based crowdfunding. Journal of strategic information systems (jsis).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-02-11T13:25:00.000+0100},
    author = {Bretschneider, Ulrich and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2d031b1f5a53b55a2dc7464db067efe1e/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {ffa415cb7197a50956c03d1cf3b6a157},
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    journal = {Journal of Strategic Information Systems (JSIS)},
    keywords = {itegpub journal pub_jml pub_ubr},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:05:04.000+0100},
    title = {Not Just An Ego Trip: Exploring Backers' Motivation for Funding in Incentive-Based Crowdfunding},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/JML_643.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Simmert, B., Ebel, P., Bittner, E. A. C., & Peters, C.. (2017). Systematic and continuous business model development: design of a repeatable process using the collaboration engineering approach. Paper presented at the 13th international conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), St. Gallen, Switzerland.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-01-11T20:24:56.000+0100},
    address = {St. Gallen, Switzerland},
    author = {Simmert, Benedikt and Ebel, Philipp and Bittner, Eva Alice Christiane and Peters, Christoph},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2c5fedfa29c33ab96e1d79b6dd473231b/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {13th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI)},
    interhash = {735fe8738f83920f0db899c21ec4c87e},
    intrahash = {c5fedfa29c33ab96e1d79b6dd473231b},
    keywords = {Business_Model_Development Collaboration_Engineering Requirements_of_Business_Model_Development Systematic_Process_Design cepub conf conf_full itegpub pub_bsi pub_cpe pub_ebi pub_peb},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:36:43.000+0100},
    title = {Systematic and Continuous Business Model Development: Design of a Repeatable Process Using the Collaboration Engineering Approach},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/JML_608.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Günther, A., & Knote, R.. (2017). How to design patterns in is research – a state-of-the-art analysis. Paper presented at the 13th international conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), St. Gallen, Switzerland.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-01-09T22:43:20.000+0100},
    address = {St. Gallen, Switzerland},
    author = {Günther, Andreas and Knote, Robin},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2844352021374a1a56785c7a42828cef5/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {13th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI)},
    interhash = {28512799306170dfb2ac6468b89465e5},
    intrahash = {844352021374a1a56785c7a42828cef5},
    keywords = {conf conf_full design_science_research itegpub pattern pattern_development pub_agü pub_rkn sociotechnical_systems_engineering},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:44:54.000+0100},
    title = {How to Design Patterns in IS Research – A State-of-the-Art Analysis},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/JML_607.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Knote, R., & Söllner, M.. (2017). Towards design excellence for context-aware services - the case of mobile navigation apps. Paper presented at the 13th international conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), St. Gallen, Switzerland.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-01-09T22:26:10.000+0100},
    address = {St. Gallen, Switzerland},
    author = {Knote, Robin and Söllner, Matthias},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/20318db9e885c757d570b7901b7f0f701/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {13th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI)},
    interhash = {8a4782fe530651e5eea24d41efb09185},
    intrahash = {0318db9e885c757d570b7901b7f0f701},
    keywords = {conf conf_full context-aware_services design_requirements e-service_quality itegpub pub_msö pub_rkn user_reviews},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:00:33.000+0100},
    title = {Towards Design Excellence for Context-Aware Services - The Case of Mobile Navigation Apps},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/JML_606.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Kogga, D., Krawietz, N., Cevik, F., Brandau, S., & Li, M. M.. (2017). Design prinzipien für microlearning crowdsourcing-systeme - konzept für audiovisuelle mediengestaltung. Paper presented at the 13th international conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), St. Gallen, Switzerland.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-01-09T22:17:33.000+0100},
    address = {St. Gallen, Switzerland},
    author = {Kogga, Damian and Krawietz, Nicole and Cevik, Fatih and Brandau, Sven and Li, Mahei Manhai},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/216a1b3620291c8ab8f3635321478ca8d/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {13th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI)},
    editor = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Brenner, Walter},
    interhash = {cb1612ddb9bb9bea39f4ca9121572966},
    intrahash = {16a1b3620291c8ab8f3635321478ca8d},
    keywords = {Crowdsourcing Design_Science_Research Kommunikation cognitive_load conf conf_full itegpub pub_jml pub_mli},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:01:57.000+0100},
    title = {Design Prinzipien für Microlearning Crowdsourcing-Systeme - Konzept für audiovisuelle Mediengestaltung},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/JML_605.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Rietsche, R., Lehmann, K., Haas, P., & Söllner, M.. (2017). The twofold value of it-based peer assessment in management information systems education. Paper presented at the 13th international conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), St. Gallen, Switzerland.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-01-09T22:00:52.000+0100},
    address = {St. Gallen, Switzerland},
    author = {Rietsche, Roman and Lehmann, Katja and Haas, Philipp and Söllner, Matthias},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2d72634085862b44304566639e8c48b23/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {13th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI)},
    interhash = {def13af1d56ae236539e7ffa49317bb0},
    intrahash = {d72634085862b44304566639e8c48b23},
    keywords = {IT-based_peer_assessment conf conf_full feedback higher-education itegpub large-scale_class pub_kle pub_msö pub_pha pub_rri technology-mediated_learning},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:08:18.000+0100},
    title = {The Twofold Value of IT-Based Peer Assessment in Management Information Systems Education},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/JML_604.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Kleinschmidt, S., & Peters, C.. (2017). Fostering business model extensions for ict-enabled human-centered service systems. Paper presented at the 13th international conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), St. Gallen, Switzerland.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-12-15T19:33:06.000+0100},
    address = {St. Gallen, Switzerland},
    author = {Kleinschmidt, Stefan and Peters, Christoph},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2f1d171eb52946c0df5ae792a8fe03dea/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {13th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI)},
    interhash = {f232f85be7d4ade5364b9996f4ae09df},
    intrahash = {f1d171eb52946c0df5ae792a8fe03dea},
    keywords = {Action_Research Business_Model_Design ICT Service_Design Service_Innovation conf conf_full dempub itegpub pub_cpe pub_skl},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:55:30.000+0100},
    title = {Fostering business model extensions for ICT-enabled human-centered service systems},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/JML_600.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Durward, D., & Blohm, I.. (2017). The rise of crowd aggregators - how individual workers restructure their own crowd. Paper presented at the 13th international conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), St. Gallen, Switzerland.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-12-15T10:57:44.000+0100},
    address = {St. Gallen, Switzerland},
    author = {Durward, David and Blohm, Ivo},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2ce7eae1ea08854e261f1815aff3bd3f0/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {13th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI)},
    interhash = {aabb7392690941df1d50d7cf02ecddad},
    intrahash = {ce7eae1ea08854e261f1815aff3bd3f0},
    keywords = {Crowd_Work Crowdsourcing Digital_Work Division_of_Work conf conf_full itegpub pub_ddu pub_ibl},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:38:48.000+0100},
    title = {The Rise of Crowd Aggregators - How Individual Workers Restructure Their Own Crowd},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/JML_601.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Kunz, M. M., Bretschneider, U., Erler, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). An empirical investigation of signaling in reward-based crowdfunding. Electronic commerce research, 17(3), 425-461. doi:10.1007/s10660-016-9249-0
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    Start-ups often face the challenge of a shortage of capital, the so-called funding gap, which can be overcome by raising small amounts of money from a large number of individuals. As crowdfunding suffers from a continuous rise in failure rates, the aim of this article is to contribute to the research concerning success factors in reward-based crowdfunding campaigns by focusing on signaling theory. Based on data retrieved from the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter, our results indicate that social ties, investment preparation and presentation, the supply of multiple rewards as well as endeavors to communicate and interact with the crowd positively influence the probability of success of a reward-based crowdfunding campaign. In contrast, the funding goal, a campaign’s runtime and the estimated time of delivery for the rewards have a negative impact on the successful completion of a campaign.

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  • Oeste-Reiß, S., Bittner, E., & Söllner, M.. (2017). Yes you can - empowering lecturers to simulate collaboration among learners in the disciplines of problem-solving and critical thinking regardless of class size. Paper presented at the 13th international conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), St. Gallen, Switzerland.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-12-07T17:51:30.000+0100},
    address = {St. Gallen, Switzerland},
    author = {Oeste-Reiß, Sarah and Bittner, Eva and Söllner, Matthias},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2a617d33e7ffb86306bbb93f5d0100074/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {13th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI)},
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    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:01:35.000+0100},
    title = {Yes You Can - Empowering Lecturers to Simulate Collaboration among Learners in the Disciplines of Problem-Solving and Critical Thinking Regardless of Class Size},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/JML_603.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Ernst, S., Janson, A., & Söllner, M.. (2017). Mobiles lernen für china – eine iterative prototypenentwicklung. Paper presented at the Wirtschaftsinformatik konferenz (wi) 2017, St. Gallen, Switzerland.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-12-07T17:43:41.000+0100},
    address = {St. Gallen, Switzerland},
    author = {Ernst, Sissy-Josefina and Janson, Andreas and Söllner, Matthias},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/206e5d93d041351eb1624da443f54f270/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Wirtschaftsinformatik Konferenz (WI) 2017},
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    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:40:49.000+0100},
    title = {Mobiles Lernen für China – eine iterative Prototypenentwicklung},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/JML_610.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Haas, P., & Blohm, I.. (2017). Blueprinting crowdfunding - designing a crowdfunding service configuration framework. Paper presented at the 13th international conference on wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), St. Gallen, Switzerland.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-12-07T17:32:26.000+0100},
    address = {St. Gallen, Switzerland},
    author = {Haas, Philipp and Blohm, Ivo},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/27e3295b0e9103d5ea72461c3543f4402/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {13th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI)},
    interhash = {80f3615e9c4159119ad4b1abfa3d3a16},
    intrahash = {7e3295b0e9103d5ea72461c3543f4402},
    keywords = {Crowdfunding Design_Science Modularization Service_Systems conf conf_full itegpub pub_ibl pub_pha},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:45:21.000+0100},
    title = {Blueprinting Crowdfunding - Designing a Crowdfunding Service Configuration Framework},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/JML_602.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Scheiner, C., Haas, P., Bretschneider, U., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Obstacles and challenges in the use of gamification for virtual idea communities. In Stieglitz, S., Lattemann, C., Robra-Bissantz, S., Zarnekow, R., & Brockmann, T. (Eds.), In Gamification - using game elements in serious contexts (, pp. 65-76). Cham: Springer.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-11-11T14:55:20.000+0100},
    address = {Cham},
    author = {Scheiner, Christian and Haas, Philipp and Bretschneider, Ulrich and Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/26ec646d6d785b6b4942e019262a3245f/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Gamification - Using Game Elements in Serious Contexts},
    editor = {Stieglitz, Stefan and Lattemann, Christoph and Robra-Bissantz, Susanne and Zarnekow, Rüdiger and Brockmann, Tobias},
    interhash = {06d277434f331537129307b2b4e20bc4},
    intrahash = {6ec646d6d785b6b4942e019262a3245f},
    keywords = {Gamification Virtual_Ideas_Communities book book_ch itegpub pub_csc pub_ibl pub_jml pub_pha pub_ubr},
    pages = {65-76},
    publisher = {Springer},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:17:58.000+0100},
    title = {Obstacles and Challenges in the Use of Gamification for Virtual Idea Communities},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/JML_585.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Lehmann, K., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Kompetenzvermittlung in teilnehmerstarken lehrveranstaltungen unter verwendung von formativem peer assessment. Neues handbuch hochschullehre.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-09-13T18:19:10.000+0200},
    address = {Berlin},
    author = {Lehmann, Katja and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2d594f1d14f5bcdfbc5d1f3184713ae23/ls_leimeister},
    editor = {Berendt, Dr. Brigitte and Fleischmann, Dr. Andreas and Schaper, Prof. Dr. Niclas and Szczyrba, Dr. Birgit and Wildt, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Johannes},
    interhash = {c5e9fe532c149a3feee7117a673eb53a},
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    journal = {Neues Handbuch Hochschullehre},
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    publisher = {DUZ Verlags- und Medienhaus GmbH},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T16:05:55.000+0100},
    title = {Kompetenzvermittlung in teilnehmerstarken Lehrveranstaltungen unter Verwendung von formativem Peer Assessment},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/JML_618.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Mrass, V., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). One for all? managing external and internal crowds through a single platform - a case study. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss), Waikoloa, HI, USA.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-09-12T18:35:52.000+0200},
    address = {Waikoloa, HI, USA},
    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2b1257c5212d4099750a49522671a5149/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)},
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    keywords = {complex_tasks conf conf_full crowdsourcing crowdworking crowdworking_platforms external_platforms internal_platforms itegpub pub_cpe pub_jml pub_vmr},
    timestamp = {2018-01-17T15:52:33.000+0100},
    title = {One for All? Managing External and Internal Crowds through a Single Platform - A Case Study},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/JML_599.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Bretschneider, U., Hartmann, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2017). Keep them alive! design and evaluation of the "community fostering reference model". Business information system & engineering (bise), 1-19. doi:10.1007/s12599-017-0500-6
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-09-07T17:55:14.000+0200},
    author = {Bretschneider, Ulrich and Hartmann, Marco and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/26dad71663962055feb8a3e430a29a476/ls_leimeister},
    doi = {10.1007/s12599-017-0500-6},
    interhash = {eaa43920d6f59fbbb27130cffc1af3cf},
    intrahash = {6dad71663962055feb8a3e430a29a476},
    issn = {2363-7005},
    journal = {Business Information System & Engineering (BISE)},
    keywords = {itegpub journal pub_jml pub_mha pub_ubr},
    pages = {1-19},
    timestamp = {2018-05-08T13:15:28.000+0200},
    title = {Keep them alive! Design and Evaluation of the "Community Fostering Reference Model"},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/JML_685.pdf},
    year = 2017
    }

  • Wulf, J., Söllner, M., Leimeister, J. M., & Brenner, W.. (2017). Fc bayern münchen goes social - the value of social media for professional sports clubs. Journal of information technology teaching cases (jittc), 7(2), 51-61.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-05-30T18:21:49.000+0200},
    author = {Wulf, Jochen and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Brenner, Walter},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2f92a5b7d1f4dda519a4a7341d1c1ca5b/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {11faa802151f339e6671ce91cadcad85},
    intrahash = {f92a5b7d1f4dda519a4a7341d1c1ca5b},
    journal = {Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases (JITTC)},
    keywords = {Content_Distribution Fan_Experience Fan_Loyalty Social_Media Sports_Club itegpub itimpub pub_jml pub_mso u3bpub},
    number = 2,
    pages = {51-61},
    timestamp = {2017-11-20T20:34:12.000+0100},
    title = {FC Bayern München Goes Social - The Value of Social Media for Professional Sports Clubs},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/JML_616.pdf},
    volume = 7,
    year = 2017
    }

2016

  • Knote, R., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Rethinking service quality for context-sensitive socio-technical systems. Paper presented at the Ais sig services pre-ecis workshop, Istanbul, Turkey.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-10-25T10:20:27.000+0200},
    address = {Istanbul, Turkey},
    author = {Knote, Robin and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2577501f276c6c051fc384c2f3718f847/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {AIS SIG Services Pre-ECIS Workshop},
    interhash = {a337946586ba5f9f9e498b2488993648},
    intrahash = {577501f276c6c051fc384c2f3718f847},
    keywords = {Context Service_Quality Socio_Technical_Systems dempub itegpub pub_jml pub_msö pub_rkn},
    timestamp = {2018-10-25T10:25:33.000+0200},
    title = {Rethinking Service Quality for Context-Sensitive Socio-Technical Systems},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/JML_713.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Leimeister, J. M., Zogaj, S., & Durward, D.. (2016). New forms of employment and it: crowdsourcing. In Blanpain, R., Hendrickx, F., & Waas, B. (Eds.), In Bulletin of comparative labour relations series (, Vol. New Forms of Employment in Europepp. 23-41). Kluwer law international bv, the netherlands.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2018-04-09T13:06:48.000+0200},
    author = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Zogaj, Shkodran and Durward, David},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/27513e9b732f6252162c945496a430d78/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations Series},
    editor = {Blanpain, Roger and Hendrickx, Frank and Waas, Bernd},
    interhash = {912f474a7b80043f58d961f9ceec609b},
    intrahash = {7513e9b732f6252162c945496a430d78},
    keywords = {Crowdsourcing IT employment forms_of_employment itegpub pub_ddu pub_jml pub_szo},
    number = 94,
    pages = {23 - 41},
    publisher = {Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands},
    timestamp = {2018-04-09T13:20:29.000+0200},
    title = {New Forms of Employment and IT: Crowdsourcing},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/JML_683.pdf},
    volume = {New Forms of Employment in Europe},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Troll, J., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Revealing the impact of the crowdsourcing experience on the engagement process. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Dublin, Ireland.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-10-17T11:24:53.000+0200},
    address = {Dublin, Ireland},
    author = {Troll, Julia and Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2c28f8fd6f65daaf8675e7c6edaee9001/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {6a409ca71a63cf6371dbb77082ff88f5},
    intrahash = {c28f8fd6f65daaf8675e7c6edaee9001},
    keywords = {Crowdsourcing Crowdsourcing_Experience Crowdsourcing_Journey Engagement_Process Sequential_Incident_Laddering_Technique ibl itegpub pub_ pub_jml pub_jtr u3bpub},
    timestamp = {2017-10-17T11:31:53.000+0200},
    title = {Revealing the Impact of the Crowdsourcing Experience on the Engagement Process},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/JML_662.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Fliaster, A., & Dellermann, D.. (2016). The risks of digital innovation: an ecosystem perspective. Paper presented at the Workshop organizing for digital innovation, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-16T20:48:41.000+0200},
    address = {Amsterdam, The Netherlands},
    author = {Fliaster, Alexander and Dellermann, Dominik},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2db4490c10bf7380d82569c93d93de8c4/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Workshop Organizing for Digital Innovation},
    interhash = {92682cc678d5ba757b9736b2a7c53560},
    intrahash = {db4490c10bf7380d82569c93d93de8c4},
    keywords = {business_model_innovation digital_ecosystems innovation itegpub itimpub management pub_dde risk_},
    timestamp = {2017-05-23T18:03:11.000+0200},
    title = {The Risks of Digital Innovation: An Ecosystem Perspective
    },
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/JML_619.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Dellermann, D.. (2016). The thrill and the agony of digital ecosystems: a complementor´s perspective on co-innovation risk. Paper presented at the 10th ratio colloquium for young social scientists organizing for digitalization (rcyss), Stockholm, Sweden.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-16T20:41:15.000+0200},
    address = {Stockholm, Sweden},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2f45dea31b0dbf69f0029d56da7b3624d/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {10th Ratio Colloquium for Young Social Scientists Organizing for Digitalization (RCYSS)},
    interhash = {b23593f0c07c7df039ec87bbdc3260b0},
    intrahash = {f45dea31b0dbf69f0029d56da7b3624d},
    keywords = {Cloud Complementor Innovation_Risk Platform_Governance Uncertainty itegpub itimpub pub_dde},
    timestamp = {2017-05-23T18:07:22.000+0200},
    title = {The Thrill and the Agony of Digital Ecosystems: A Complementor´s Perspective on Co-Innovation Risk},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/JML_620.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Dellermann, D., Jud, C., & Popp, K. M.. (2016). Why don´t they join? analyzing the nature and consequences of complementors´ costs in platform ecosystems. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Dublin, Ireland.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-16T20:36:03.000+0200},
    address = {Dublin, Ireland},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Jud, Christopher and Popp, Karl Michael},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2d39c4c746b8015537f8a25785ed6db89/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {31b8c70a762405e43373917e79b6e0ca},
    intrahash = {d39c4c746b8015537f8a25785ed6db89},
    keywords = {IS_Control Modularity Platform_Ecosystem Software_Platform Transaction_Cost dempub itegpub itimpub pub_dde},
    timestamp = {2017-05-23T18:12:19.000+0200},
    title = {Why don´t they join? Analyzing the Nature and Consequences of Complementors´ Costs in Platform Ecosystems},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/JML_621.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Dellermann, D., & Kolloch, M.. (2016). The impact of controversies on the evolution of innovation ecosystems: findings from the energy industry. Paper presented at the R&d management conference, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
    [BibTeX]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-16T19:28:45.000+0200},
    address = {Cambridge, United Kingdom},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Kolloch, Michael},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2d5fd2e98f0444528535350677c0601e5/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {R&D Management Conference},
    interhash = {52e9caeb025b1b9ddb1c7490450da2c5},
    intrahash = {d5fd2e98f0444528535350677c0601e5},
    keywords = {Actor_network_theory Digital_innovation Energy_industry Innovation_ecosystem Virtual_power_plant itegpub itimpub pub_dde},
    timestamp = {2017-05-16T19:28:45.000+0200},
    title = {The Impact of Controversies on the Evolution of Innovation Ecosystems: Findings from the Energy Industry},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Dellermann, D., & Jud, C.. (2016). Towards vivid ecosystems: configuring costs and benefits via design choices. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the european workshop on software ecosystems, Walldorf, Germany.
    [BibTeX]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-16T19:21:00.000+0200},
    address = {Walldorf, Germany},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Jud, Christopher},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2275723c6d6c57002fb413177b2ba368a/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the European Workshop on Software Ecosystems },
    editor = {Popp, Karl Michael and Buxmann, Peter and Curran, Thomas Aidan and Eichler, Gerald and Jansen, Slinger and Kude, Thomas},
    interhash = {80fc35b4af78ee75ac67bf29e31a102c},
    intrahash = {275723c6d6c57002fb413177b2ba368a},
    keywords = {Cloud Complementor Platform_Design Platform_Governance dempub itegpub itimpub pub_dde},
    timestamp = {2017-05-16T19:23:23.000+0200},
    title = {Towards Vivid Ecosystems: Configuring Costs and Benefits via Design Choices},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Knote, R., Baraki, H., Söllner, M., Geihs, K., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). From requirement to design patterns for ubiquitous computing applications. Paper presented at the 21st european conference on pattern languages of programs (europlop '16), Kaufbeuren, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-02-17T17:58:15.000+0100},
    address = {Kaufbeuren, Germany},
    author = {Knote, Robin and Baraki, Harun and Söllner, Matthias and Geihs, Kurt and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/21f1340e4bf82dca4ec4b58a9def60ffd/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {21st European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (EuroPlop '16)},
    interhash = {65589a218ff1615b83bea6db28e003b8},
    intrahash = {1f1340e4bf82dca4ec4b58a9def60ffd},
    keywords = {Design_Patterns Requirement_Patterns Requirements_Engineering Ubiquitous_Computing itegpub pub_jml pub_msö pub_rkn},
    timestamp = {2017-02-17T18:05:25.000+0100},
    title = {From Requirement to Design Patterns for Ubiquitous Computing Applications},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/JML_609.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Lipusch, N., Bretschneider, U., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Backer empowerment in crowdfunding: how participation beyond funding influences support behavior. Paper presented at the Pre-icis workshop on the digitization of the individual (doti), Dublin, Ireland.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-12-09T14:40:47.000+0100},
    address = {Dublin, Ireland},
    author = {Lipusch, Nikolaus and Bretschneider, Ulrich and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2f4f9b724e86a011b244a55a2fa683551/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Pre-ICIS Workshop on the Digitization of the Individual (DOTI)},
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    timestamp = {2017-02-16T11:49:47.000+0100},
    title = {Backer Empowerment in Crowdfunding: How Participation beyond Funding Influences Support Behavior},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/JML_595.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Leicht, N., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). How to systematically conduct crowdsourced software testing? insights from an action research project. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Dublin, Ireland.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
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    address = {Dublin, Ireland},
    author = {Leicht, Niklas and Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/20a5d4bc7d191c380287e772706d58213/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
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    keywords = {Action_Research Crowdsourcing IS_Development Software_Testing itegpub pub_ibl pub_jml pub_nle},
    timestamp = {2016-12-18T15:58:00.000+0100},
    title = {How to Systematically Conduct Crowdsourced Software Testing? Insights from an Action Research Project},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/JML_588.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Söllner, M., Benbasat, I., Gefen, D., Leimeister, J. M., & Pavlou, P. A.. (2016). Trust. Mis quarterly research curations, ashley bush and arun rai, eds..
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    @article{ls_leimeister,
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    author = {Söllner, Matthias and Benbasat, Izak and Gefen, David and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Pavlou, Paul A.},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2fbeb4c1026988070ef88e7b164ac6f5b/ls_leimeister},
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    journal = {MIS Quarterly Research Curations, Ashley Bush and Arun Rai, Eds.},
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    month = {October 31, 2016},
    timestamp = {2016-12-08T10:59:36.000+0100},
    title = {Trust},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/JML_590.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Bretschneider, U., & Zogaj, S.. (2016). Exploring strategies for capturing customer’s tacit knowledge in customer integration methods. International journal of knowledge management (ijkm)(2), 1-19.
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    @article{ls_leimeister,
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    author = {Bretschneider, Ulrich and Zogaj, Shkodran},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2cb71007c42212839a5dabf2460378a21/ls_leimeister},
    edition = 12,
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    journal = {International Journal of Knowledge Management (IJKM)},
    keywords = {Co-Creation Crowdsourcing_for_Innovation Knowledge_Management_Customer_Integration New_Product_Development Open_Innovation itegpub pub_szo pub_ubr},
    number = 2,
    pages = {1-19},
    timestamp = {2016-11-09T15:27:31.000+0100},
    title = {Exploring Strategies for Capturing Customer’s Tacit Knowledge in Customer Integration Methods},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/JML_583.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Kleinschmidt, S., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Ict-enabled service innovation in human-centered service systems: a systematic literature review. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Dublin, Ireland.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-11-09T15:10:14.000+0100},
    address = {Dublin, Ireland},
    author = {Kleinschmidt, Stefan and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2af9b3871888f149d0a0ea32a4c6ca87a/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
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    keywords = {Human-Centered_Service_Systems Literature_Review Research_Agenda Service_Innovation Service_Science dempub itegpub pub_cpe pub_jml},
    timestamp = {2016-12-18T15:53:08.000+0100},
    title = {ICT-enabled service innovation in human-centered service systems: A systematic literature review},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/JML_592.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Kleinschmidt, S., Burkhard, B., Hess, M., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Towards design principles for aligning human-centered service systems and corresponding business models. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Dublin, Ireland.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-11-09T14:54:08.000+0100},
    address = { Dublin, Ireland},
    author = {Kleinschmidt, Stefan and Burkhard, Barbara and Hess, Manuel and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2f4d242e4e0cf9661e3bf82700cf879df/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
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    keywords = {Business_Model Design_Principles Design_Science_Research Human-Centered_Service_Systems Service_Design Service_Innovation Service_Science Value_Proposition dempub itegpub pub_cpe pub_jml},
    timestamp = {2016-12-18T16:02:22.000+0100},
    title = {Towards design principles for aligning human-centered service systems and corresponding business models},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/JML_591.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Li, M. M., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Digitale service-systeme. In Gassmann, O., & Sutter, P. (Eds.), In Digitale transformation im unternehmen gestalten (, pp. 29-38). München: Carl hanser verlag.
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    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-11-08T15:01:13.000+0100},
    address = {München},
    author = {Li, Mahei Manhai and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2eb9b2d7d899a8777f4af104e864bee05/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Digitale Transformation im Unternehmen gestalten},
    editor = {Gassmann, Oliver and Sutter, Philipp},
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    pages = {29-38},
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    timestamp = {2016-11-30T10:47:17.000+0100},
    title = {Digitale Service-Systeme},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/JML_589.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Ye, J., Blohm, I., Breschneider, U., Goswami, S., Leimeister, J. M., & Krcmar, H.. (2016). Promoting the quality of user generated ideas in online innovation communities: a knowledge collaboration perspective. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Dublin,Ireland.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-10-10T19:33:56.000+0200},
    address = {Dublin,Ireland},
    author = {Ye, Jonathan and Blohm, Ivo and Breschneider, Ulrich and Goswami, Suparna and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Krcmar, Helmut},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2f510f22157e760768eab166c49e5cf51/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
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    timestamp = {2016-12-22T20:46:03.000+0100},
    title = {Promoting the Quality of User Generated Ideas in Online Innovation Communities: A Knowledge Collaboration Perspective},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/JML_596.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Blohm, I., Haas, P., Peters, C., Jakob, T., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Managing disruptive innovation through service systems – the case of crowdlending in the banking industry. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Dublin, Ireland.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-09-27T13:17:20.000+0200},
    address = {Dublin, Ireland},
    author = {Blohm, Ivo and Haas, Philipp and Peters, Christoph and Jakob, Thomas and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2434ffa05bdd5dd0416bcfdd80e0a95a1/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {15cda8b082b3d0797902e1be44624b22},
    intrahash = {434ffa05bdd5dd0416bcfdd80e0a95a1},
    keywords = {Crowdfunding Crowdlending Disruptive_Innovation Service_Systems Teaching_Case itegpub pub_cpe pub_ibl pub_jml pub_pha pub_tja},
    timestamp = {2017-09-25T18:31:28.000+0200},
    title = {Managing Disruptive Innovation through Service Systems – The Case of Crowdlending in the Banking Industry},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/JML_593.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Ernst, S., Janson, A., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). It’s about understanding each other’s culture – improving the outcomes of mobile learning by avoiding culture conflicts. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Dublin, Ireland.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-09-27T13:12:18.000+0200},
    address = {Dublin, Ireland},
    author = {Ernst, Sissy-Josefina and Janson, Andreas and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2920e2b496f901613185cba68ba419d4e/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {50b3e9ba20d96d732593c054e8ca2a3c},
    intrahash = {920e2b496f901613185cba68ba419d4e},
    keywords = {IT-culture_conflict design itegpub learning_outcomes mobile_learning_application pub_aja pub_jml pub_msö pub_ser science_research},
    timestamp = {2017-03-28T18:09:04.000+0200},
    title = {It’s about Understanding Each Other’s Culture – Improving the Outcomes of Mobile Learning by Avoiding Culture Conflicts},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/JML_613.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Lehmann, K., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Design and evaluation of an it-based peer assessment to increase learner performance in large-scale lectures. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Dublin, Ireland.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-09-27T13:06:43.000+0200},
    address = {Dublin, Ireland},
    author = {Lehmann, Katja and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2be5ee840cc2f86df6dd96788b1f6dcc9/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {b62fd3db0f5d0eaf73e5dc0eed47ed9d},
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    keywords = {IT-based_peer_assessment _objectives design_science_research educational itegpub large-scale_lectures learning_performance pub_jml pub_kle pub_msö technology-mediated_learning},
    timestamp = {2016-12-22T20:49:42.000+0100},
    title = {Design and Evaluation of an IT-based Peer Assessment to Increase Learner Performance in Large-Scale Lectures},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/JML_597.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Schöbel, S., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). The agony of choice – analyzing user preferences regarding gamification elements in learning management systems. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Dublin, Ireland.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-09-27T13:01:12.000+0200},
    address = {Dublin, Ireland},
    author = {Schöbel, Sofia and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/22244bb0d1c1b97a31a3d7f82b1c4b863/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = { International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {2ea4e94598dbf45a47cc48f5e5cadba7},
    intrahash = {2244bb0d1c1b97a31a3d7f82b1c4b863},
    keywords = {Best-Worst_Scaling Gamification Gamification_Bundles Learning_Management_Systems User_Preferences itegpub pub_jml pub_msö pub_ssc},
    timestamp = {2016-12-31T13:54:46.000+0100},
    title = {The Agony of Choice – Analyzing User Preferences regarding Gamification Elements in Learning Management Systems},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/JML_598.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Kunz, M. M., Bretschneider, U., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Woohoo tinkerbots! the marketing effect of crowdfunding. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Dublin, Ireland.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-09-27T12:51:37.000+0200},
    address = {Dublin, Ireland},
    author = {Kunz, Michael Marcin and Bretschneider, Ulrich and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/28bc0ed84a9e57a58244c73de82cd5135/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {cc2eb076ab0a2d35b9a2f555ffd09663},
    intrahash = {8bc0ed84a9e57a58244c73de82cd5135},
    keywords = {Crowdfunding Entrepreneurship Indiegogo Marketing_Mix Teaching_case itegpub pub_jml pub_mgi pub_ubr},
    timestamp = {2016-12-18T16:14:45.000+0100},
    title = {Woohoo TinkerBots! The Marketing Effect of Crowdfunding},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/JML_594.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Ernst, S.. (2016). Nutzerzentrierte entwicklung von mobilen lernanwendungen für china. Paper presented at the Mensch und computer 2016, doktorandenseminar, Aachen, Deutschland.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-09-12T18:46:02.000+0200},
    address = { Aachen, Deutschland},
    author = {Ernst, Sissy-Josefina},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2682c0eeb129b4f6a6df0ec3fa840af80/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Mensch und Computer 2016, Doktorandenseminar},
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    title = {Nutzerzentrierte Entwicklung von mobilen Lernanwendungen für China},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/JML_581.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Schöbel, S., Lehmann, K., Oeste-Reiß, S., Söllner, M., Glavas, M., Hilbert, L., & Kamsties, S.. (2016). Kompetenzen und qualifikationen von energieberatern - eine qualitative analyse des energieberatungsmarktes.
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    @book{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-09-01T10:59:08.000+0200},
    author = {Schöbel, Sofia and Lehmann, Katja and Oeste-Reiß, Sarah and Söllner, Matthias and Glavas, Marija and Hilbert, Lars and Kamsties, Sabrinas},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2d62ea21bf2412faf8645e7c3e8805475/ls_leimeister},
    editor = {für Informationstechnik-Gestaltung (ITeG) an der Universität Kassel, Wissenschaftlichen Zentrum},
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    year = 2016
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  • Leimeister, J. M., Durward, D., & Zogaj, S.. (2016). Crowd worker in deutschland - eine empirische studie zum arbeitsumfeld auf externen crowdsourcing-plattformen. In Study der hans-böckler-stiftung, band 323 (pp. 86). .
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    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-09-01T10:34:35.000+0200},
    author = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Durward, David and Zogaj, Shkodran},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2e80e39f917339393248ad96817124758/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Study der Hans-Böckler-Stiftung, Band 323},
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    month = {Juli},
    pages = 86,
    timestamp = {2016-09-01T10:50:33.000+0200},
    title = {Crowd Worker in Deutschland - Eine empirische Studie zum Arbeitsumfeld auf externen Crowdsourcing-Plattformen},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/JML_573.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Peters, C.. ((2016). Modularization of services - a modularization method for the field of telemedicine.). PhD Thesis.
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    @phdthesis{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-08-05T15:50:42.000+0200},
    author = {Peters, Christoph},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/283943aa31d2f87974e52caf5286f6bb2/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {b3abdf7e461f10b82ffb027125bcc1cc},
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    isbn = {978-3-7376-0026-2},
    journal = {Research on IT / Service / Innovation / Collaboration},
    keywords = {dempub disspub itegpub itimpub modularization modularization_method pub_cpe service service_modularization service_systems telemedical_service u3bpub},
    publisher = {Kassel University Press, Kassel, Germany},
    timestamp = {2018-01-26T14:29:33.000+0100},
    title = {Modularization of Services - A Modularization Method for the Field of Telemedicine},
    url = {http://www.upress.uni-kassel.de/katalog/abstract.php?978-3-7376-0026-2},
    volume = 10,
    year = 2016
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  • Durward, D., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Principal forms of crowdsourcing and crowd work. In Wobbe, W., Bova, E., & Dragomirescu-Gaina, C. (Eds.), In The digital economy and the single market - employment prospects and working conditions in europe (, Vol. FEPS - Foundation for European Progressive Studiespp. 39-55). .
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    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-07-28T21:36:25.000+0200},
    author = {Durward, David and Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/23282aefadd8176854b1e0a4c30f40ab4/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {The Digital Economy And The Single Market - Employment Prospects And Working Conditions in Europe},
    editor = {Wobbe, Werner and Bova, Elva and Dragomirescu-Gaina, Catalin},
    interhash = {55954eb7f9cf95fc1692759819963bb5},
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    keywords = {Crowd_Work Crowdsourcing Digital_Work itegpub pub_ddu pub_ibl pub_jml},
    pages = {39-55},
    timestamp = {2016-07-29T08:39:12.000+0200},
    title = {Principal Forms of Crowdsourcing and Crowd Work},
    url = {http://www.feps-europe.eu/en/publications/details/417},
    volume = {FEPS - Foundation for European Progressive Studies},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Peters, C., Maglio, P., Badinelli, R., Harmon, R. R., Maull, R., Spohrer, J. C., Tuunanen, T., Vargo, S. L., Welser, J. J., Demirkan, H., Griffith, T. L., & Moghaddam, Y.. (2016). Emerging digital frontiers for service innovation. Communications of the association for information systems (cais), 39(1), Article 8.
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    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-07-27T10:14:27.000+0200},
    author = {Peters, Christoph and Maglio, Paul and Badinelli, Ralph and Harmon, Robert R. and Maull, Roger and Spohrer, James C. and Tuunanen, Tuure and Vargo, Stephen L. and Welser, Jeffrey J. and Demirkan, Haluk and Griffith, Terri L. and Moghaddam, Yassi},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/25705512a7912d4f6398ad7418cc2c162/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {ca1f599b45503930e2c739273941c639},
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    journal = {Communications of the Association for Information Systems (CAIS)},
    keywords = {dempub digital_transformation itegpub itimpub pub_cpe research_agenda service_innovation service_system u3bpub},
    number = 1,
    pages = {Article 8},
    timestamp = {2017-03-02T11:39:17.000+0100},
    title = {Emerging Digital Frontiers for Service Innovation},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/JML_565.pdf},
    volume = 39,
    year = 2016
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  • Leimeister, J. M., Zogaj, S., Durward, D., & Blohm, I.. (2016). Systematisierung und analyse von crowdsourcing-anbietern und crowd-work-projekten. In Study der hans-böckler-stiftung, band 324 (pp. 106). .
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    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-07-09T19:24:12.000+0200},
    author = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Zogaj, Shkodran and Durward, David and Blohm, Ivo},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2fac4fd9700c22b07b29e2274eb3771e0/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Study der Hans-Böckler-Stiftung, Band 324},
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    year = 2016
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  • Durward, D., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Is there papa in crowd work? - a literature review on ethical dimensions in crowdsourcing. Paper presented at the The ieee international conference on internet of people, Toulouse, France.
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    address = {Toulouse, France},
    author = {Durward, David and Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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    title = {Is There PAPA in Crowd Work? - A Literature Review on Ethical Dimensions in Crowdsourcing},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/JML_563.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Lehmann, K., Söllner, M., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). How many peer assessors are required for assessment on another peer’s work?. Paper presented at the Academy of management annual meeting (aom) - pdw ‘management education and learning writers workshop’, Anaheim, CA, United States.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-07-09T19:08:09.000+0200},
    address = {Anaheim, CA, United States},
    author = {Lehmann, Katja and Söllner, Matthias and Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2733c81f6c3f58c5a2c46d078495d628d/ls_leimeister},
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    timestamp = {2016-08-14T13:40:09.000+0200},
    title = {How Many Peer Assessors are Required for Assessment on Another Peer’s Work?},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/JML_568.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Mrass, V., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). New work organization through crowdworking platforms - a case study. Paper presented at the Zukunftsprojekt arbeitswelt 4.0, Stuttgart, Germany.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-07-01T18:34:07.000+0200},
    address = {Stuttgart, Germany},
    author = {Mrass, Volkmar and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2128dcc46a744f059362d228a026a0a08/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Zukunftsprojekt Arbeitswelt 4.0},
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    title = { New Work Organization through Crowdworking Platforms - A Case Study},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/JML_582.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Prinz, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Elektronische datenerfassung im gesundheitswesen–das beispiel eines nfc-basierten systems zur patientenselbstbewertung. In Knoll, M., & Meinhardt, S. (Eds.), In Mobile computing grundlagen – prozesse und plattformen – branchen und anwendungsszenarien (pp. 127-142). Springer viewer.
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    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
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    author = {Prinz, Andreas and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/24a60e7a297abf63e41f9b45be8222992/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Mobile Computing Grundlagen – Prozesse und Plattformen – Branchen und Anwendungsszenarien},
    editor = {Knoll, Matthias and Meinhardt, Stefan},
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    title = {Elektronische Datenerfassung im Gesundheitswesen–Das Beispiel eines NFC-basierten Systems zur Patientenselbstbewertung},
    url = {http://www.springer.com/de/book/9783658120283},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Ay, G., Zogaj, S., & Bretschneider, U.. (2016). Erfolgreiche crowd governance – projektspezifische steuerungs- und kontrollmechanismen auf wettbewerbsbasierten crowdsourcing-plattformen. Paper presented at the Working paper series, nr. 15, Kassel, Germany.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-06-28T19:13:44.000+0200},
    address = {Kassel, Germany},
    author = {Ay, Güler and Zogaj, Shkodran and Bretschneider, Ulrich},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2fecf8c88d5bd0c41ff775820a6b17b6d/ls_leimeister},
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    timestamp = {2016-06-28T19:19:52.000+0200},
    title = {Erfolgreiche Crowd Governance – Projektspezifische Steuerungs- und Kontrollmechanismen auf wettbewerbsbasierten Crowdsourcing-Plattformen},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/JML_551.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Gebauer, L., Kunz, M., Hoberg, P., Kroschwald, S., Reidt, A., Schneider, S., Wicker, M., & Wollersheim, J.. (2016). Ausgangslage und definitorisches. In Krcmar, H., Leimeister, J. M., Roßnagel, A., & Sunyaev, A. (Eds.), In Cloud-services aus der geschäftsperspektive (, pp. 17-30). Wiesbaden: Springer gabler.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-06-19T18:36:44.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    author = {Gebauer, Lysann and Kunz, Michael and Hoberg, P. and Kroschwald, S. and Reidt, A. and Schneider, S. and Wicker, M. and Wollersheim, J.},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2442b246a4904394b9baeffb931ef789c/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Cloud-Services aus der Geschäftsperspektive},
    editor = {Krcmar, Helmut and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Roßnagel, Alexander and Sunyaev, Ali},
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    title = {Ausgangslage und Definitorisches},
    url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-658-08257-4_2},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Kunz, M., Ebel, P., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Marktunterstützung durch open-service-innovation. In Krcmar, H., Leimeister, J. M., Roßnagel, A., & Sunyaev, A. (Eds.), In Cloud-services aus der geschäftsperspektive (, pp. 359-368). Wiesbaden: Springer gabler.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-06-19T18:29:52.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    author = {Kunz, Michael and Ebel, Philipp and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2213c8e9aff2767749cb38e00e0a53dee/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Cloud-Services aus der Geschäftsperspektive},
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    pages = {359-368},
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    title = {Marktunterstützung durch Open-Service-Innovation},
    url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-658-08257-4_22},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Kunz, M., Ebel, P., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Open service innovation online- community für cloud-service-ökosysteme. In Krcmar, H., Leimeister, J. M., Roßnagel, A., & Sunyaev, A. (Eds.), In Cloud-services aus der geschäftsperspektive (, pp. 187-206). Wiesbaden: Springer gabler.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-06-19T18:25:57.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    author = {Kunz, Michael and Ebel, Philipp and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2539959783678b032d78e329c6e185e9a/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Cloud-Services aus der Geschäftsperspektive},
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    pages = {187-206},
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    timestamp = {2016-06-19T18:25:57.000+0200},
    title = {Open Service Innovation Online- Community für Cloud-Service-Ökosysteme},
    url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-658-08257-4_14},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Kunz, M., Ebel, P., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Anforderungserhebung für eine online- community für open service innovation im cloud-computing-umfeld. In Krcmar, H., Leimeister, J. M., Roßnagel, A., & Sunyaev, A. (Eds.), In Cloud-services aus der geschäftsperspektive (, pp. 73-86). Wiesbaden: Springer gabler.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-06-19T18:20:43.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    author = {Kunz, Michael and Ebel, Philipp and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/206e5f69a3027d28c8f01c6c432213c7d/ls_leimeister},
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    title = {Anforderungserhebung für eine Online- Community für Open Service Innovation im Cloud-Computing-Umfeld},
    url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-658-08257-4_7},
    year = 2016
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  • Schöbel, S., Lehmann, K., Oeste-Reiß, S., & Söllner, M.. (2016). Staysmart – individuelles und kompetenzorientiertes e-learning im zeitalter des demografischen wandels. Paper presented at the E-learning fachtagung informatik (delfi), Potsdam, Germany.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-06-14T12:31:50.000+0200},
    address = {Potsdam, Germany},
    author = {Schöbel, Sofia and Lehmann, Katja and Oeste-Reiß, Sarah and Söllner, Matthias},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2c6c65c153b6ae029c8d78579e066a16c/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {e-Learning Fachtagung Informatik (DeLFI)},
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    timestamp = {2016-11-21T22:08:16.000+0100},
    title = {StaySmart – Individuelles und kompetenzorientiertes E-Learning im Zeitalter des demografischen Wandels},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/JML_586.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Durward, D., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Crowd work. Business & information systems engineering (bise), 58(4), 281-286.
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    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-06-12T14:57:34.000+0200},
    author = {Durward, David and Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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    keywords = {Crowd_work Crowdsourcing Digital_work Division_of_labor itegpub pub_ddu pub_jml},
    number = 4,
    pages = {281-286},
    timestamp = {2016-07-18T14:49:32.000+0200},
    title = {Crowd Work},
    url = {http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12599-016-0438-0?wt_mc=Internal.Event.1.SEM.ArticleAuthorAssignedToIssue},
    volume = 58,
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  • Durward, D., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Rags to riches - how signaling behaviour causes a power shift in crowdsourcing markets. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Istanbul, Turkey.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-06-12T14:44:57.000+0200},
    address = {Istanbul, Turkey},
    author = {Durward, David and Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2faf5383e5c7fb878910b77e162cc9d5e/ls_leimeister},
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    timestamp = {2016-07-05T13:40:07.000+0200},
    title = {Rags to Riches - How signaling behaviour causes a power shift in crowdsourcing markets},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/JML_560.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Krcmar, H., Leimeister, J. M., Roßnagel, A., & Sunyaev, A.. (2016). Cloud-services aus der geschäftsperspektive (Vol. Cloud-Services aus der Geschäftsperspektive). Wiesbaden: Springer gabler.
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    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/25c25ebf53a84870edcf2a2733b893b6a/ls_leimeister},
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  • Gebauer, L., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Marktunterstützung durch vertrauensunterstützende dienste. In Krcmar, H., Leimeister, J. M., Roßnagel, A., & Sunyaev, A. (Eds.), In Cloud-services aus der geschäftsperspektive (, pp. 351-357). Wiesbaden: Springer gabler.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-06-07T12:26:20.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    author = {Gebauer, Lysann and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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    year = 2016
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  • Gebauer, L., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Vertrauensunterstützende mehrwertdienste – ein systematisches vorgehen zur förderung von vertrauen im cloud-computing-umfeld. In Krcmar, H., Leimeister, J. M., Roßnagel, A., & Sunyaev, A. (Eds.), In Cloud-services aus der geschäftsperspektive (, pp. 171-185). Wiesbaden: Springer gabler.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-06-07T12:23:08.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    author = {Gebauer, Lysann and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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    title = {Vertrauensunterstützende Mehrwertdienste – Ein systematisches Vorgehen zur Förderung von Vertrauen im Cloud-Computing-Umfeld},
    url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-658-08257-4_13},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Gebauer, L., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Vertrauensproblematiken im cloud-computing-umfeld. In Krcmar, H., Leimeister, J. M., Roßnagel, A., & Sunyaev, A. (Eds.), In Cloud-services aus der geschäftsperspektive (, pp. 59-69). Wiesbaden: Springer gabler.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-06-07T12:17:48.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    author = {Gebauer, Lysann and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2510e1819f703a804e24538d47d029152/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Cloud-Services aus der Geschäftsperspektive},
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    pages = {59-69},
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    timestamp = {2016-06-14T12:24:09.000+0200},
    title = {Vertrauensproblematiken im Cloud-Computing-Umfeld},
    url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-658-08257-4_6},
    year = 2016
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  • Blohm, I., Riedl, C., Füller, J., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Rate or trade? identifying winning ideas in open idea sourcing. Information systems research, 27(1), 27-48.
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    @article{ls_leimeister,
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    author = {Blohm, Ivo and Riedl, Christoph and Füller, Johann and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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    number = 1,
    pages = {27-48},
    timestamp = {2016-06-03T13:11:31.000+0200},
    title = {Rate or Trade? Identifying Winning Ideas in Open Idea Sourcing},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/JML_543.pdf},
    volume = 27,
    year = 2016
    }

  • Bahle, G., Calma, A., Leimeister, J. M., Lukowicz, P., Oeste-Reiß, S., Reitmaier, T., Schmidt, A., Sick, B., Stumme, G., & Zweig, K.. (2016). Lifelong learning and collaboration of smart technical systems in open-ended environments – opportunistic collaborative interactive learning. Paper presented at the International conference on autonomic computing, Würzburg, Germany.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-05-18T16:41:30.000+0200},
    address = {Würzburg, Germany},
    author = {Bahle, Gernot and Calma, Adrian and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Lukowicz, Paul and Oeste-Reiß, Sarah and Reitmaier, Tobias and Schmidt, Albrecht and Sick, Bernhard and Stumme, Gerd and Zweig, Katharina},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2f2472b87205fe446c6e3ccf7e71a8cd5/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Autonomic Computing},
    interhash = {784954aa35cddff19d523d38817e4e45},
    intrahash = {f2472b87205fe446c6e3ccf7e71a8cd5},
    keywords = {cepub collaboration_engineering crowdsourcing itegpub lifelong_learning opportunistic_collaborative_interactive_learning pub_Soe pub_aca pub_asc pub_gba pub_gst pub_jml pub_kzw pub_plu pub_tre smart_systems},
    timestamp = {2016-09-07T18:17:03.000+0200},
    title = {Lifelong Learning and Collaboration of Smart Technical Systems in Open-Ended Environments – Opportunistic Collaborative Interactive Learning},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/JML_578.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Leicht, N., Rhyn, M., & Hansbauer, G.. (2016). Can laymen outperform experts? the effects of user expertise and task design in crowdsourced software testing. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis 2016), Istanbul, Turkey.
    [BibTeX]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-05-03T18:36:52.000+0200},
    address = {Istanbul, Turkey},
    author = {Leicht, Niklas and Rhyn, Marcel and Hansbauer, Georg},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2275ddd692327a859460ddff88c33a082/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2016)},
    interhash = {d32315800564a8781196ce338655f53a},
    intrahash = {275ddd692327a859460ddff88c33a082},
    keywords = {Complexity Crowdsourcing Expertise Performance Software_Testing itegpub itimpub pub_gha pub_mrh pub_nle},
    timestamp = {2016-05-03T18:36:52.000+0200},
    title = {Can Laymen Outperform Experts? The Effects of User Expertise and Task Design in Crowdsourced Software Testing},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Leicht, N., Knop, N., Blohm, I., Müller-Bloch, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). When is crowdsourcing advantageous? the case of crowdsourced software testing. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis 2016), Istanbul, Turkey.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-05-03T18:28:22.000+0200},
    address = {Istanbul, Turkey},
    author = {Leicht, Niklas and Knop, Nicolas and Blohm, Ivo and Müller-Bloch, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2b8d3d56193b5eb3f67e739bf59072a48/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2016)},
    interhash = {9b392c8460f1c2c398d27d54a6d598df},
    intrahash = {b8d3d56193b5eb3f67e739bf59072a48},
    keywords = {Case_Study Crowdsourcing Software_Testing itegpub itimpub pub_cmü pub_ibl pub_jml pub_nkn pub_nle},
    timestamp = {2016-11-21T22:14:47.000+0100},
    title = {When is Crowdsourcing Advantageous? The Case of Crowdsourced Software Testing},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/JML_587.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Knote, R., & Blohm, I.. (2016). It's not about having ideas - it's about making ideas happen! fostering exploratory innovation with the intrapreneur accelerator. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Istanbul, Turkey.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-04-26T12:34:43.000+0200},
    address = {Istanbul, Turkey},
    author = {Knote, Robin and Blohm, Ivo},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2ce764a25f70622e96cc5c9f2302947a5/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {bf20cb5b8100780cca7c4eab97c26c0f},
    intrahash = {ce764a25f70622e96cc5c9f2302947a5},
    keywords = {ambidexterity design_science_research intrapreneurship itegpub pub_ibl pub_rkn service system},
    timestamp = {2017-04-03T16:29:30.000+0200},
    title = {It's not about having Ideas - It's about making Ideas happen! Fostering Exploratory Innovation with the Intrapreneur Accelerator},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/JML_559.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Li, M. M., & Peters, C.. (2016). Mastering shakedown through the user: the need for user-generated services in techno change. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Istanbul, Turkey.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-04-26T12:23:27.000+0200},
    address = {Istanbul, Turkey},
    author = {Li, Mahei Manhai and Peters, Christoph},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/23ffbd59cede079d3b9e240b2f852ac73/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = { European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {235f154d3a4ac03f9f2d3c022eabe6f9},
    intrahash = {3ffbd59cede079d3b9e240b2f852ac73},
    keywords = {dempub design_science_research itegpub pub_cpe pub_mli service_systems_engineering shakedown_phase technochange user-generated_services},
    timestamp = {2016-07-02T13:08:35.000+0200},
    title = {Mastering Shakedown Through The User: The Need for User-Generated Services In Techno Change},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/JML_556.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Lipusch, N., & Bretschneider, U.. (2016). Get the balance right: can normative appeals encourage funders to support selected crowdfunding campaigns?. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Istanbul, Turkey.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-04-18T14:45:49.000+0200},
    address = {Istanbul, Turkey},
    author = {Lipusch, Nikolaus and Bretschneider, Ulrich},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/29c63d34fd35d7a3a24aaec80731d4d97/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {160bf9bc8f7bd4eeae2a0c9016a81fc6},
    intrahash = {9c63d34fd35d7a3a24aaec80731d4d97},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_nli pub_ubr},
    timestamp = {2016-07-02T13:03:54.000+0200},
    title = {Get the Balance Right: Can Normative Appeals Encourage Funders to Support Selected Crowdfunding Campaigns?},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/JML_555.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Schöbel, S., & Söllner, M.. (2016). How to gamify information systems - adapting gamification to individual user preferences. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Istanbul, Turkey.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-04-18T09:18:07.000+0200},
    address = {Istanbul, Turkey},
    author = {Schöbel, Sofia and Söllner, Matthias},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2deac00a3cca5afb75168527796cb815b/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {f091cc4caaddf406654c00e1234fd0f8},
    intrahash = {deac00a3cca5afb75168527796cb815b},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_msö pub_ssc},
    timestamp = {2016-07-01T18:53:30.000+0200},
    title = {How to Gamify Information Systems - Adapting Gamification to Individual User Preferences},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/JML_553.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Söllner, M., & Pavlou, P.. (2016). A longitudinal perspective on trust in it artefacts. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Istanbul, Turkey.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-04-18T09:13:16.000+0200},
    address = {Istanbul, Turkey},
    author = {Söllner, Matthias and Pavlou, Paul},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2e70a40c75baa181e6f3fd43751216744/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {3bdc08fdbad4b0e339a01ba6ceb4d575},
    intrahash = {e70a40c75baa181e6f3fd43751216744},
    keywords = {Confirmation_of_Initial_Trust Five-wave_Longitudinal_Field_Study Latent_Growth_Modeling Trust Trust_Lifecycle Trust_in_IT_Artefacts itegpub pub_msö},
    timestamp = {2016-06-29T11:08:39.000+0200},
    title = {A Longitudinal Perspective on Trust in IT Artefacts},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/JML_552.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Janson, A., Ernst, S., & Söllner, M.. (2016). How cultural values influence the appropriation of technology-mediated learning. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Istanbul, Turkey.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-04-18T09:06:21.000+0200},
    address = {Istanbul, Turkey},
    author = {Janson, Andreas and Ernst, Sissy-Josefina and Söllner, Matthias},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2f131b09ce37d1d408ab64f220dc10d80/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {088f97442c0624c8f25c94a7227af9ae},
    intrahash = {f131b09ce37d1d408ab64f220dc10d80},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_aja pub_msö pub_ser},
    timestamp = {2016-07-02T13:15:11.000+0200},
    title = {How Cultural Values Influence the Appropriation of Technology-Mediated Learning},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/JML_557.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Kunz, M. M., Ruth, L., & Bretschneider, U.. (2016). Crowdfund your city: empirische studie zum einsatz des crowdfundings als finanzierungsinstrument für städte, länder und kommunen. Paper presented at the 78. jahrestagung des vhb, München.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-04-12T10:56:51.000+0200},
    address = {München},
    author = {Kunz, Michael Marcin and Ruth, Lukas and Bretschneider, Ulrich},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2d145b60e9f2826c2f2f1b5bd8a2032b9/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {78. Jahrestagung des VHB},
    interhash = {1af33ab2a4d57d432c1f6af0f7c0947c},
    intrahash = {d145b60e9f2826c2f2f1b5bd8a2032b9},
    keywords = {Crowdfunding itegpub pub_mgi pub_ubr},
    timestamp = {2016-08-17T16:12:26.000+0200},
    title = {Crowdfund your City: Empirische Studie zum Einsatz des Crowdfundings als Finanzierungsinstrument für Städte, Länder und Kommunen},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/JML_570.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Söllner, M., Pavlou, P., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Understanding the development of trust: comparing trust in the it artifact and trust in the provider. Paper presented at the Academy of management annual meeting (aom), Anaheim, CA, USA.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-04-12T10:50:21.000+0200},
    address = {Anaheim, CA, USA},
    author = {Söllner, Matthias and Pavlou, Paul and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2e437ce8981ec0499d7de390ab5f5f9bf/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Academy of Management Annual Meeting (AOM)},
    interhash = {775ab3a1ef7999dfa0b0c332db12fc9b},
    intrahash = {e437ce8981ec0499d7de390ab5f5f9bf},
    keywords = {Confirmation_of_Initial_Trust Field Five-wave_Longitudinal Latent_Growth_Modeling Study Trust Trust_Lifecycle Trust_in_IT_Artifacts Trust_in_the_Provider itegpub pub_jml pub_msö},
    timestamp = {2017-02-16T12:14:16.000+0100},
    title = {Understanding the Development of Trust: Comparing Trust in the IT Artifact and Trust in the Provider},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/JML_574.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Bretschneider, U., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Motivation for open innovation and crowdsourcing: why does the crowd engage in virtual ideas communities?. In Egger, R., Gula, I., & Walcher, D. (Eds.), In Open tourism: open innovation, crowdsourcing and co-creation challenging the tourism industry (, pp. 109-120). Springer Berlin Heidelberg: .
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-03-29T16:28:12.000+0200},
    address = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
    author = {Bretschneider, Ulrich and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2f47de4a6feae8796661038072aed367b/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Open Tourism: Open Innovation, Crowdsourcing and Co-Creation Challenging the Tourism Industry},
    editor = {Egger, Roman and Gula, Igor and Walcher, Dominik},
    howpublished = {Berlin, Heidelberg},
    interhash = {1361cd45be4441331cc0d019da72e303},
    intrahash = {f47de4a6feae8796661038072aed367b},
    isbn = {978-3-642-54089-9},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_jml pub_ubr},
    pages = {109-120},
    timestamp = {2017-02-16T12:03:31.000+0100},
    title = {Motivation for Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing: Why Does the Crowd Engage in Virtual Ideas Communities?},
    url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-54089-9_8},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Leicht, N., Durward, D., Haas, P., Zogaj, S., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). An empirical taxonomy of crowdsourcing intermediaries. Paper presented at the Academy of management annual meeting (aom), Anaheim, California.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-03-18T09:53:56.000+0100},
    address = {Anaheim, California},
    author = {Leicht, Niklas and Durward, David and Haas, Philipp and Zogaj, Shkodran and Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/21e5e6435b6faf9095f09e7f83f47d70b/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Academy of Management Annual Meeting (AOM)},
    interhash = {453d818c375e26177dd42052de76d947},
    intrahash = {1e5e6435b6faf9095f09e7f83f47d70b},
    keywords = {Analysis Crowdsourcing_Empirical Markets_Cluster Taxonomy_Two-Sided itegpub pub_ddu pub_jml pub_szo},
    timestamp = {2016-08-17T16:33:03.000+0200},
    title = {An Empirical Taxonomy of Crowdsourcing Intermediaries},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/JML_572.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Ebel, P., Bretschneider, U., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Leveraging virtual business model innovation: a framework for designing new business model development tools. Information systems journal (isj), Online First.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-03-08T17:50:43.000+0100},
    author = {Ebel, Philipp and Bretschneider, Ulrich and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/24a823f77599ba096206ed64e5438fc64/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {a40199ba02fd58b1d76386fa6ef559bb},
    intrahash = {4a823f77599ba096206ed64e5438fc64},
    journal = {Information Systems Journal (ISJ)},
    keywords = {Business_Model_Design itegpub pub_jml pub_peb pub_ubr},
    timestamp = {2017-02-02T17:50:01.000+0100},
    title = {Leveraging Virtual Business Model Innovation: A Framework for Designing New Business Model Development Tools},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/JML_540.pdf},
    volume = {Online First},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Ebel, P., Bretschneider, U., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Can the crowd do the job? exploring the effects of integrating customers into a company's business model innovation international journal of innovation management. International journal of innovation management (ijim), Online First.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-03-08T17:46:55.000+0100},
    author = {Ebel, Philipp and Bretschneider, Ulrich and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2145e07825cac8ff853c5c4dfb578a525/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {ce31b5345c77b6b77a4e030332047786},
    intrahash = {145e07825cac8ff853c5c4dfb578a525},
    journal = {International Journal of Innovation Management (IJIM)},
    keywords = {Business_Model_Development Business_Model_Innovation Crowdsourcing itegpub pub_jml pub_peb pub_ubr},
    timestamp = {2016-06-03T16:47:15.000+0200},
    title = {Can the Crowd Do the Job? Exploring the Effects of Integrating Customers into a Company's Business Model Innovation International Journal of Innovation Management},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/JML_542.pdf},
    volume = {Online First},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Kunz, M. M., Englisch, O., Beck, J., & Bretschneider, U.. (2016). Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn – success factors in reward-based crowdfunding. Paper presented at the Multikonferenz wirtschaftsinformatik (mkwi), Ilmenau.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-03-03T11:42:23.000+0100},
    address = {Ilmenau},
    author = {Kunz, Michael Marcin and Englisch, Oliver and Beck, Jan and Bretschneider, Ulrich},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/22fad47d049991a59cecd71e032c61c66/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik (MKWI)},
    interhash = {acf9c64dad6be001afbb5b840fe75999},
    intrahash = {2fad47d049991a59cecd71e032c61c66},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_mgi pub_ubr},
    timestamp = {2016-07-02T13:21:15.000+0200},
    title = {Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn – Success Factors in Reward-Based Crowdfunding},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/JML_558.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Knote, R., & Blohm, I.. (2016). Deconstructing the sharing economy: on the relevance for is research. Paper presented at the Multikonferenz wirtschaftsinformatik (mkwi), Ilmenau.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-03-02T17:12:19.000+0100},
    address = {Ilmenau},
    author = {Knote, Robin and Blohm, Ivo},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2fcebff0494e4b566fb2b2cfc14f34a4d/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik (MKWI)},
    interhash = {a4c31fe5309ab4b3254b3bce39e73807},
    intrahash = {fcebff0494e4b566fb2b2cfc14f34a4d},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_rkn},
    timestamp = {2016-07-09T18:57:00.000+0200},
    title = {Deconstructing the Sharing Economy: On the relevance for IS research},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/JML_561.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Lehmann, K., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Increasing learner interaction in large-scale lectures by using a mobile-learning application. In Parsons, D. (Ed.), In Mobile and blended learning innovations for improved learning outcomes Hershey, PA: Igi global.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-03-02T17:04:26.000+0100},
    address = {Hershey, PA},
    author = {Lehmann, Katja and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/26f2782e26735ae14ffed0ba2ec238123/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Mobile and Blended Learning Innovations for Improved Learning Outcomes},
    editor = {Parsons, David},
    interhash = {33ce206dbe24b4e50b4f4a07766e92c8},
    intrahash = {6f2782e26735ae14ffed0ba2ec238123},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_jml pub_kle pub_msö},
    publisher = {IGI Global},
    timestamp = {2016-09-02T14:53:16.000+0200},
    title = {Increasing Learner Interaction in Large-Scale Lectures by Using a Mobile-Learning Application},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/JML_576.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Calma, A., Leimeister, J. M., Lukowicz, P., Oeste-Reiß, S., Reitmaier, T., Schmidt, A., Sick, B., Stumme, G., & Zweig, K. A.. (2016). From active learning to dedicated collaborative interactive learning. Paper presented at the 4th international workshop on self-optimisation in autonomic and organic computing systems (saos), Berlin.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-03-02T16:42:34.000+0100},
    address = {Berlin},
    author = {Calma, Adrian and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Lukowicz, Paul and Oeste-Reiß, Sarah and Reitmaier, Tobias and Schmidt, Albrecht and Sick, Bernhard and Stumme, Gerd and Zweig, Katharina Anna},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/22e434aaca8fd99357a19104f47903a99/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {4th International Workshop on Self-Optimisation in Autonomic and Organic Computing Systems (SAOS)},
    interhash = {f3ed09af29b441e63b4eba8c8e85cdb6},
    intrahash = {2e434aaca8fd99357a19104f47903a99},
    keywords = {ce_pub itegpub pub_jml pub_soe},
    timestamp = {2017-02-16T12:05:15.000+0100},
    title = {From Active Learning to Dedicated Collaborative Interactive Learning},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/JML_579.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Ernst, S., Janson, A., Li, M., Peters, C., & Söllner, M.. (2016). It-kulturkonflikttheorie und ihre bedeutung für erfolgreiches service systems engineering - fallstudie eines einführungsprojektes für mobile lernanwendungen in china. Paper presented at the Multikonferenz wirtschaftsinformatik (mkwi), Ilmenau.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-03-02T16:32:16.000+0100},
    address = {Ilmenau},
    author = {Ernst, Sissy-Josefina and Janson, Andreas and Li, Mahei and Peters, Christoph and Söllner, Matthias},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2c026fb1fbe8ce4ecd9ddc328da4bafc4/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik (MKWI)},
    interhash = {99ba9815d0d85fae7db25ceb2ac9599c},
    intrahash = {c026fb1fbe8ce4ecd9ddc328da4bafc4},
    keywords = {Kultur Kultursensitives_Design Mobile_Learning Service_Systems_Engineering itegpub pub_aja pub_cpe pub_mli pub_msö pub_ser},
    timestamp = {2016-07-02T12:57:55.000+0200},
    title = {IT-Kulturkonflikttheorie und ihre Bedeutung für erfolgreiches Service Systems Engineering - Fallstudie eines Einführungsprojektes für mobile Lernanwendungen in China},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/JML_554.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Söllner, M., Hoffmann, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Why different trust relationships matter for information systems users. European journal of information systems (ejis), 25(3), 274-287.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-09-23T21:13:54.000+0200},
    author = {Söllner, Matthias and Hoffmann, Axel and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/269a5e3a4fabf66b011ac5eb3ee9e5ae4/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {312231fd822a64aceb50c97a87ce4589},
    intrahash = {69a5e3a4fabf66b011ac5eb3ee9e5ae4},
    journal = {European Journal of Information Systems (EJIS)},
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    number = 3,
    pages = {274-287},
    timestamp = {2016-06-06T12:02:01.000+0200},
    title = {Why Different Trust Relationships Matter for Information Systems Users},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/JML_528.pdf},
    volume = 25,
    year = 2016
    }

  • Janson, A., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). The appropriation of collaborative learning – qualitative insights from a flipped classroom. Paper presented at the Hawaii international conference on system sciences (hicss), Kauai, Hawaii, USA.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-09-22T10:55:04.000+0200},
    address = {Kauai, Hawaii, USA},
    author = {Janson, Andreas and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2b9b8aace187cf295a03a39374f91ac60/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)},
    interhash = {45e671db826bad33ae5ba1e281c9a6e2},
    intrahash = {b9b8aace187cf295a03a39374f91ac60},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_aja pub_jml pub_msö},
    timestamp = {2016-03-03T14:58:10.000+0100},
    title = {The Appropriation of Collaborative Learning – Qualitative Insights from a Flipped Classroom},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/JML_503.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Oeste-Reiß, S., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Development of a peer-creation-process to leverage the power of collaborative knowledge transfer. Paper presented at the Hawaiin international conference on system sciences (hicss), Kauai, Hawaii, USA.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-09-22T10:25:30.000+0200},
    address = {Kauai, Hawaii, USA},
    author = {Oeste-Reiß, Sarah and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2eda2730f8f71d463954d11ab1da2fe04/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Hawaiin International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)},
    interhash = {b5a4078ecf079526e1a582e65cd1486d},
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    timestamp = {2016-09-07T18:26:08.000+0200},
    title = {Development of a Peer-Creation-Process to Leverage the Power of Collaborative Knowledge Transfer},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/JML_580.pdf},
    year = 2016
    }

  • Bitzer, P., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2016). Design principles for high-performance blended learning services delivery - the case of software trainings in germany. Business & information systems engineering (bise), 58(2), 135-149 (DOI: 10.1007/s12599-015-0403-3).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-06-15T10:52:15.000+0200},
    author = {Bitzer, Philipp and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/26089200239f97556ef57b1092453be79/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {68972c1cb902afd33246fddf91ac5b0f},
    intrahash = {6089200239f97556ef57b1092453be79},
    journal = {Business & Information Systems Engineering (BISE)},
    keywords = {blended_learning blended_learning_services dempub design_principles efficiency itegpub learning_service_engineering learning_success pub_jml pub_msö pub_pbi},
    number = 2,
    pages = {135-149 (DOI: 10.1007/s12599-015-0403-3)},
    timestamp = {2016-06-06T12:15:50.000+0200},
    title = {Design Principles for High-Performance Blended Learning Services Delivery - The Case of Software Trainings in Germany},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/JML_499.pdf},
    volume = 58,
    year = 2016
    }

2015

  • Dellermann, D., & Fliaster, A.. (2015). The strategic risks of software ecosystems. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the european workshop on software ecosystems, Walldorf, Germany.
    [BibTeX]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2017-05-16T19:35:36.000+0200},
    address = {Walldorf, Germany},
    author = {Dellermann, Dominik and Fliaster, Alexander},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2ca2b99fb55be072b79447fe67418319f/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the European Workshop on Software Ecosystems },
    editor = {Popp, Karl Michael and Buxmann, Peter and Curran, Thomas Aidan and Eichler, Gerald and Jansen, Slinger and Kude, Thomas},
    interhash = {82708e83b3af44cc233f256e74d5f586},
    intrahash = {ca2b99fb55be072b79447fe67418319f},
    keywords = {dempub itegpub itimpub partner_management pub_dde risk software_platform},
    timestamp = {2017-05-16T19:36:51.000+0200},
    title = {The Strategic Risks of Software Ecosystems},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Kipp, P.. (2015). Engineering tool supported collaboration processes for web-based platforms. Research on it / service / innovation / collaboration, 9.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-07-01T18:04:20.000+0200},
    author = {Kipp, Philipp},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2826fce5fe6441e9c89a55ee686680ecc/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {23020223512da99a19c2c6b11fab34f0},
    intrahash = {826fce5fe6441e9c89a55ee686680ecc},
    journal = {Research on IT / Service / Innovation / Collaboration},
    keywords = {disspub itegpub pub_pki},
    publisher = {Kassel University Press (978-3-86219-968-6), Kassel, Germany},
    timestamp = {2016-07-01T18:04:20.000+0200},
    title = {Engineering Tool Supported Collaboration Processes for Web-based Platforms},
    url = {http://www.upress.uni-kassel.de/katalog/abstract.php?978-3-86219-968-6},
    volume = 9,
    year = 2015
    }

  • Bitzer, P.. (2015). Design principles for the productive delivery of blended learning services. Research on it / service / innovation / collaboration, 8.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-07-01T18:02:29.000+0200},
    author = {Bitzer, Philipp},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2624e550f2cf3d979e913e473007080e8/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {21a53f596a8ddfd68a2b8bf84809dead},
    intrahash = {624e550f2cf3d979e913e473007080e8},
    journal = {Research on IT / Service / Innovation / Collaboration},
    keywords = {disspub itegpub pub_pbi},
    publisher = {Kassel University Press (978-3-86219-940-2), Kassel, Germany},
    timestamp = {2016-07-01T18:02:29.000+0200},
    title = {Design Principles for the Productive Delivery of Blended Learning Services},
    url = {http://www.upress.uni-kassel.de/katalog/abstract.php?978-3-86219-940-2},
    volume = 8,
    year = 2015
    }

  • Hirdes, E. M.. (2015). Beschreibung von wiederverwendbaren prozessen zur erreichung von lernzielen in serious games. Research on it / service / innovation / collaboration, 7.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-07-01T18:00:49.000+0200},
    author = {Hirdes, Eike M.},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2e0ed61324bb07a25d958cf6002f971f0/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {7eb0b6f051c09fa03cac25586903ca2e},
    intrahash = {e0ed61324bb07a25d958cf6002f971f0},
    journal = {Research on IT / Service / Innovation / Collaboration},
    keywords = {disspub itegpub pub_ehi},
    publisher = {Kassel University Press (978-3-7376-0044-6), Kassel, Germany},
    timestamp = {2016-07-01T18:04:50.000+0200},
    title = {Beschreibung von wiederverwendbaren Prozessen zur Erreichung von Lernzielen in Serious Games},
    url = {http://www.upress.uni-kassel.de/katalog/abstract.php?978-3-7376-0044-6},
    volume = 7,
    year = 2015
    }

  • Hartmann, M.. (2015). Entwicklung eines referenzmodells zur systematischen steigerung der mitgliederanzahl und der nutzeraktivität in der wachstumsphase von virtuellen communities. Research on it / service / innovation / collaboration, 6.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-07-01T17:58:54.000+0200},
    author = {Hartmann, Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/24db9661705a76fd5dcdad3124e380c68/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {5324a1b34fb5b6d9771378c7c8e3fa58},
    intrahash = {4db9661705a76fd5dcdad3124e380c68},
    journal = {Research on IT / Service / Innovation / Collaboration},
    keywords = {disspub itegpub pub_mha},
    publisher = {Kassel University Press (978-3-86219-838-2), Kassel, Germany},
    timestamp = {2016-07-01T18:02:48.000+0200},
    title = {Entwicklung eines Referenzmodells zur systematischen Steigerung der Mitgliederanzahl und der Nutzeraktivität in der Wachstumsphase von Virtuellen Communities},
    url = {http://www.upress.uni-kassel.de/katalog/abstract.php?978-3-86219-838-2},
    volume = 6,
    year = 2015
    }

  • Bittner, E.. (2015). How collaboration engineering can improve team effectiveness of heterogeneous groups. Research on it / service / innovation / collaboration, 5.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-07-01T17:57:00.000+0200},
    author = {Bittner, Eva},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/26b5a1d6576734158289f446d233f692b/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {c6321b21b1da429dc6edbd7ebb9aabe6},
    intrahash = {6b5a1d6576734158289f446d233f692b},
    journal = {Research on IT / Service / Innovation / Collaboration},
    keywords = {disspub itegpub pub_ebi},
    publisher = {University Press (978-3-86219-928-0), Kassel, Germany},
    timestamp = {2016-07-01T17:57:00.000+0200},
    title = {How Collaboration Engineering can Improve Team Effectiveness of Heterogeneous Groups},
    url = {http://www.upress.uni-kassel.de/katalog/abstract.php?978-3-86219-928-0},
    volume = 5,
    year = 2015
    }

  • Ebel, P.. (2015). Designing tool support for collaborative business modeling. Paper presented at the Working paper series, nr. 14, Kassel, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-06-27T09:08:17.000+0200},
    address = {Kassel, Germany},
    author = {Ebel, Philipp},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/200f44ee76cec8d9645d6c56f8a4e316b/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Working Paper Series, Nr. 14},
    editor = {Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    interhash = {60270153b23714a4c0a0251b0a9b526f},
    intrahash = {00f44ee76cec8d9645d6c56f8a4e316b},
    keywords = {Business_Model_Innovation Collaborative_Business_Modeling Virtual_Communities itegpub itimpub pub_peb pub_wps},
    timestamp = {2016-06-27T09:17:17.000+0200},
    title = { Designing Tool Support for Collaborative Business Modeling},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/JML_550.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Huber, M., Ebel, P., & Krcmar, H.. (2015). Technische umsetzung der tandem-community - ein it- tool zur gemeinschaftlichen erstellung von geschäftsmodellen. In Leimeister, J. M., Krcmar, H., Möslein, K., & Ohly, S. (Eds.), In Innovieren im demografischen wandel - methoden und konzepte für ein modernes innovationsmanagement (, pp. 127-141). Wiesbaden: Springer fachmedien.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-04-26T12:12:17.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    author = {Huber, Michael and Ebel, Philipp and Krcmar, Helmut},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/28ec5a8db4df6455305cb65c23c08332e/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = { Innovieren im demografischen Wandel - Methoden und Konzepte für ein modernes Innovationsmanagement},
    editor = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Krcmar, Helmut and Möslein, Kathrin and Ohly, Sandra},
    interhash = {b229efdcea85ac63891ce02b85098dd3},
    intrahash = {8ec5a8db4df6455305cb65c23c08332e},
    keywords = {Action_Design_Research Business_Model_Design Design_Support_Tools Innovation_Management Virtual_Collaboration itegpub itimpub pub_hkr pub_mhu pub_peb},
    pages = {127-141},
    publisher = {Springer Fachmedien},
    timestamp = {2016-08-14T13:18:48.000+0200},
    title = {Technische Umsetzung der TANDEM-Community - Ein IT- Tool zur gemeinschaftlichen Erstellung von Geschäftsmodellen},
    url = {http://www.springer.com/de/book/9783658108687},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Ebel, P., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Gemeinschaftliche geschäftsmodellentwicklung – wie in heterogenen teams innovative geschäftsmodelle geschaffen werden können. In Leimeister, J. M., Krcmar, H., Möslein, K., & Ohly, S. (Eds.), In Innovieren im demografischen wandel - methoden und konzepte für ein modernes innovationsmanagement (, pp. 97-123). Wiesbaden: Springer fachmedien.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-04-20T14:56:40.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    author = {Ebel, Philipp and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2a8695604149bc57ac90c0d4df48278ee/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Innovieren im demografischen Wandel - Methoden und Konzepte für ein modernes Innovationsmanagement},
    editor = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Krcmar, Helmut and Möslein, Kathrin and Ohly, Sandra},
    interhash = {479bd087aaa38ab4ce38713df10b03c0},
    intrahash = {a8695604149bc57ac90c0d4df48278ee},
    keywords = {Action_Design_Research Business_Model_Design Design_Support_Tools Innovation_Management Virtual_Collaboration itegpub itimpub pub_jml pub_peb},
    pages = {97-123},
    publisher = {Springer Fachmedien},
    timestamp = {2016-08-14T13:16:20.000+0200},
    title = {Gemeinschaftliche Geschäftsmodellentwicklung – Wie in heterogenen Teams innovative Geschäftsmodelle geschaffen werden können},
    type = {Publication},
    url = {http://www.springer.com/de/book/9783658108687},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Leimeister, J. M., Zogaj, S., & Blohm, I.. (2015). Dienstleistungen von der crowd: crowdsourcing und crowd work. Service today, Portfolio-Management im Service, 32-34.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-03-29T17:09:04.000+0200},
    address = {Dorsten},
    author = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Zogaj, Shkodran and Blohm, Ivo},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2146d379b760c9cf012ff38f315776092/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {0764e13770b25db2013bd43c6903f41f},
    intrahash = {146d379b760c9cf012ff38f315776092},
    journal = {Service Today},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_jml pub_szo},
    pages = {32-34},
    publisher = {KVD - Der Service Verband},
    timestamp = {2016-08-14T13:34:27.000+0200},
    title = {Dienstleistungen von der Crowd: Crowdsourcing und Crowd Work},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/JML_567.pdf},
    volume = {Portfolio-Management im Service},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Leimeister, J. M., Zogaj, S., Durward, D., & Blohm, I.. (2015). Arbeit und it: crowdsourcing und crowdwork als neue arbeits- und beschäftigungsformen. In Ver.di – vereinte dienstleistungsgewerkschaft (, Vol. Gute Arbeit und Digitalisierung: Prozessanalysen und Gestaltungsperspektiven für eine humane digitale Arbeitsweltpp. 66-79). .
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-03-29T17:02:09.000+0200},
    author = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Zogaj, Shkodran and Durward, David and Blohm, Ivo},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/231e6a1d9333f3352bef2cac2db9c1af6/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {ver.di – Vereinte Dienstleistungsgewerkschaft},
    interhash = {5d02470e70461523fc8b23734d96df68},
    intrahash = {31e6a1d9333f3352bef2cac2db9c1af6},
    keywords = {Crowd_Work Crowdsourcing Dienstleistung Digitalisierung itegpub pub_ddu pub_jml pub_szo},
    pages = {66-79},
    timestamp = {2016-08-14T13:29:40.000+0200},
    title = {Arbeit und IT: Crowdsourcing und Crowdwork als neue Arbeits- und Beschäftigungsformen},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/JML_566.pdf},
    volume = {Gute Arbeit und Digitalisierung: Prozessanalysen und Gestaltungsperspektiven für eine humane digitale Arbeitswelt},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Leimeister, J. M., Zogaj, S., & Durward, D.. (2015). New forms of employment and it - crowdsourcing. Paper presented at the 4th conference of the regulating for decent work network, Genf, Schweiz.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-02-23T17:30:41.000+0100},
    address = {Genf, Schweiz},
    author = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Zogaj, Shkodran and Durward, David},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2fc25521f69ab04bb5c3ed01ab92ed320/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {4th Conference of the Regulating for Decent Work Network},
    interhash = {4bd6f03a4c00a13d5a37aef9d2d04352},
    intrahash = {fc25521f69ab04bb5c3ed01ab92ed320},
    keywords = {CrowdsourcingCrowd_WorkDigitalizationEmployment_and_IT itegpub pub_ddu pub_jml pub_szo},
    timestamp = {2016-03-03T15:29:37.000+0100},
    title = {New Forms of Employment And IT - Crowdsourcing},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/JML_530.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Peters, C., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Anatomy of successful business models for complex services: insights from the telemedicine field. Journal of management information systems (jmis), 32(3), 75-104.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-02-23T17:26:19.000+0100},
    author = {Peters, Christoph and Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/274c6f09ab4d1a8a01ead40540da4b677/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {7a1292724ab0e7ea2d15d0c39bb04e3e},
    intrahash = {74c6f09ab4d1a8a01ead40540da4b677},
    journal = {Journal of Management Information Systems (JMIS)},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_cpe pub_jml},
    number = 3,
    pages = {75-104},
    timestamp = {2018-01-26T21:51:53.000+0100},
    title = {Anatomy of Successful Business Models for Complex Services: Insights from the Telemedicine Field},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/JML_529.pdf},
    volume = 32,
    year = 2015
    }

  • Weber, M., Zogaj, S., & Bretschneider, U.. (2015). Management von crowdsourcing-initiativen: eine qualitative analyse von plattformbetreibern. Paper presented at the Working paper series, nr. 10, Kassel, Germany.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-12-04T15:55:40.000+0100},
    address = {Kassel, Germany},
    author = {Weber, Marco and Zogaj, Shkodran and Bretschneider, Ulrich},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/28dd168fa7fdea4cad00fcffdaaba77d4/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Working Paper Series, Nr. 10},
    interhash = {a6c643519bbfd1d61dc5e3f7554ee0d2},
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    keywords = {itegpub pub_szo pub_ubr pub_wps},
    timestamp = {2015-12-04T15:58:03.000+0100},
    title = {Management von Crowdsourcing-Initiativen: Eine qualitative Analyse von Plattformbetreibern},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Management-von-Crowdsourcing-Initiativen-Eine-qualitative-Analyse-von-Plattformbetreibern.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Silka, K., Zogaj, S., & Bretschneider, U.. (2015). Wie sollte die crowd gesteuert werden? identifizierung geeigneter steuerungs- und kontrollmechanismen für crowdsourcing-intermediäre. Paper presented at the Working paper series, nr. 11, Kassel, Germany.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-12-04T15:52:26.000+0100},
    address = {Kassel, Germany},
    author = {Silka, Konstantin and Zogaj, Shkodran and Bretschneider, Ulrich},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/21ce05c02cfa6d957b4a1f97f69fdc3d1/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Working Paper Series, Nr. 11},
    interhash = {be66170ea0a73079a618322d6897d32b},
    intrahash = {1ce05c02cfa6d957b4a1f97f69fdc3d1},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_szo pub_ubr pub_wps},
    timestamp = {2015-12-04T15:56:04.000+0100},
    title = {Wie sollte die Crowd gesteuert werden? Identifizierung geeigneter Steuerungs- und Kontrollmechanismen für Crowdsourcing-Intermediäre},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Wie-sollte-die-Crowd-gesteuert-werden-Identifizierung-geeigneter-Steuerungs-und-Kontrollmechanismen-für-Crowdsourcing-Intermediäre.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Zogaj, S.. (2015). Conceiving the basic principles of crowdsourcing in light of the commons-based peer production model. Paper presented at the Working paper series, nr. 13, Kassel, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-12-04T15:45:59.000+0100},
    address = {Kassel, Germany},
    author = {Zogaj, Shkodran},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2852cdf1a5cc991ffc511431f81aea5cb/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Working Paper Series, Nr. 13},
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  • Bretschneider, U., Hartmann, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Fostering ideation among patients: exaptation of web-based ideation platforms as health 2.0 tools for virtual patient communities. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Fort Worth, Texas, USA.
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    title = {Fostering Ideation Among Patients: Exaptation of Web-based Ideation Platforms as Health 2.0 Tools for Virtual Patient Communities},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/JML_537.pdf},
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  • Ernst, S., Janson, A., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). When in rome, do as the romans do – overcoming culture conflicts in mobile learning. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Fort Worth, Texas, USA.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
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    author = {Ernst, Sissy-Josefina and Janson, Andreas and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2be3a1e4c64a3d4a81e25cd5e2881ef94/ls_leimeister},
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  • Janson, A., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Towards a holistic understanding of technology-mediated learning appropriation. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Fort Worth, Texas, USA.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
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    title = {Towards a Holistic Understanding of Technology-mediated Learning Appropriation},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/JML_502.pdf},
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  • Haas, P., Blohm, I., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Modularization of crowdfunding services – designing disruptive innovations in the banking industry. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Fort Worth.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
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    address = {Fort Worth},
    author = {Haas, Philipp and Blohm, Ivo and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/27d9d61cac3ce54569a916da22b550ff2/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
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    title = {Modularization of Crowdfunding Services – Designing Disruptive Innovations in the Banking Industry},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/JML_500.pdf},
    year = 2015
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  • Oeste, S., Bittner, E., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). How to empower lecturers to leverage the benefits of peer learning - theory-driven design of collaborative learning patterns. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the academy of management -pdw ‘management education and learning writers workshop’, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-09-22T10:10:59.000+0200},
    address = {Vancouver, BC, Canada},
    author = {Oeste, Sarah and Bittner, Eva and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2c20c87b0fdebd09e3e71812ba9015d60/ls_leimeister},
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    title = {How to Empower Lecturers to Leverage the Benefits of Peer Learning - Theory-Driven Design of Collaborative Learning Patterns},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/JML_498.pdf},
    year = 2015
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  • Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Einführung in die wirtschaftsinformatik (12 ed.). Berlin Heidelberg: Gabler verlag.
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  • Bittner, E., Ebel, P., Habicht, H., Leimeister, J. M., Möslein, K., & Plieth, H.. (2015). In tandems zu innovationen - förderung der zusammenarbeit in altersgemischten teams. Praeview - zeitschrift für innovative arbeitsgestaltung und prävention, 6, 16-17.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
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    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/21a1619a5ce7f416a21c7216b44b9b475/ls_leimeister},
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  • Zogaj, S., Leicht, N., Blohm, I., Bretschneider, U., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Towards successful crowdsourcing projects: evaluating the implementation of governance mechanisms. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Fort Worth, USA.
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    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/JML_5381.pdf},
    year = 2015
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  • Sarasua, C., Simperl, E., Noy, N., Bernstein, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Crowdsourcing and the semantic web: a research manifesto. Human computation, 2(1), 3-17.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
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    volume = 2,
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  • Gebauer, L., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). ”what we do well and what should we do better?” – conceptualizing and measuring ‘is use’ by the synthesis of the work of the giants. Paper presented at the 75th annual meeting of the academy of management - ocis (organizational communication & information systems) paper development workshop, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-08-19T15:27:50.000+0200},
    address = {Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada},
    author = {Gebauer, Lysann and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/26f1ce8e377c02922a22a8c5b555dd80f/ls_leimeister},
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    title = {”What We Do Well and What Should We Do Better?” – Conceptualizing and Measuring ‘IS Use’ by the Synthesis of the Work of the Giants},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/JML_506.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Janson, A.. (2015). Understanding and engaging the appropriation of technology-mediated learning – a theory-driven design approach. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis) 2015, doctoral consortium, Fort Worth, Texas, USA.
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    title = {Understanding and Engaging the Appropriation of Technology-mediated Learning – A Theory-driven Design Approach},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/JML_571.pdf},
    year = 2015
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  • Leimeister, J. M., Zogaj, S., Durward, D., & Bretschneider, U.. (2015). Neue geschäftsfelder durch crowdsourcing: crowd-basierte start-ups als arbeitsmodell der zukunft. In Hoffmann, R., & Bogedan, C. (Eds.), In Arbeit der zukunft – möglichkeiten nutzen – grenzen setzen (, pp. 141-158). Frankfurt am Main: Campus verlag.
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  • Leicht, N., Durward, D., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Crowdsourcing in software development: a state-of-the-art analysis. Paper presented at the 28th bled econference, Maribor, Slovenia.
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    added-at = {2015-08-19T15:02:49.000+0200},
    address = {Maribor, Slovenia},
    author = {Leicht, Niklas and Durward, David and Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/294096d87c2d0caedde0fb500728526d6/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {28th Bled eConference},
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  • Leimeister, J. M., Zogaj, S., Durward, D., & Blohm, I.. (2015). Crowdsourcing und crowd work - neue formen digitaler arbeit. In Bullinger, A. (Ed.), In Mensch 2020 - transdisziplinäre perspektiven (, pp. 119-124). Chemnitz: Verlag aw&i wissenschaft und praxis.
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    author = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Zogaj, Shkodran and Durward, David and Blohm, Ivo},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/24292f99000c809557ca01c0e3d8706e0/ls_leimeister},
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  • Leimeister, J. M., & Zogaj, S.. (2015). Neue geschäfts- und arbeitsformen mit hilfe der crowd. In Rkw magazin. die weisheit von vielen - schwerpunkt: die crowd-methode (issn -1619-7372) (, Vol. 2pp. 26-29). .
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
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  • Ernst, S., Janson, A., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Kulturkonflikte vermeiden – mobiles lernen für china. Paper presented at the Mensch & computer 2015, Stuttgart, Deutschland.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
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    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/JML_523.pdf},
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  • Gebauer, L., Gierczak, M. M., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Einflussfaktoren auf die nutzung von cloud-speicherdiensten. Schmalenbachs zeitschrift für betriebswirtschaftliche forschung (zfbf), 67(3), 367-407.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
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  • Lehmann, K., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Theory-driven design of an it-based peer assessment to assess high cognitive levels of educational objectives in large-scale learning services. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Münster, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
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    address = {Münster, Germany},
    author = {Lehmann, Katja and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
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    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
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    intrahash = {3a8a0d54372101cfff2305e688ef4d00},
    keywords = {Peer_AssessmentTechnology-mediated_LearningEducational_ObjectivesDesign_Science_Research itegpub pub_jml pub_kle},
    timestamp = {2017-03-14T10:55:18.000+0100},
    title = {Theory-Driven Design of an IT-Based Peer Assessment to Assess High Cognitive Levels of Educational Objectives in Large-Scale Learning Services},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/JML_507.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Janson, A., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). The efficient provision of culture-sensitive services – a modularization approach. Paper presented at the 3rd international conference on serviceology (icserv 2015), San Jose, CA, USA.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-06-29T13:35:56.000+0200},
    address = {San Jose, CA, USA},
    author = {Janson, Andreas and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/275c5a90aab6a3caa1999b2596ff63dd5/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {3rd International Conference on Serviceology (ICServ 2015)},
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    timestamp = {2016-08-17T15:58:25.000+0200},
    title = {The efficient provision of culture-sensitive services – a modularization approach},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/JML_497.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Gebauer, L., Kroschwald, S., & Wicker, M.. (2015). Anforderungsmuster zur förderung der rechtmäßigkeit und rechtsverträglichkeit von cloud computing-diensten ( No. 3). Kassel, Germany: .
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @techreport{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-06-03T10:46:17.000+0200},
    address = {Kassel, Germany},
    author = {Gebauer, Lysann and Kroschwald, Sfeffen and Wicker, Magda},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2098354a8b63d2893763800e387f10af4/ls_leimeister},
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    journal = {Technical Reports - Wissenschaftliches Zentrum für Informationstechnik‐Gestaltung (ITeG) },
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    timestamp = {2016-04-18T08:51:56.000+0200},
    title = {Anforderungsmuster zur Förderung der Rechtmäßigkeit und Rechtsverträglichkeit von Cloud Computing-Diensten},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/JML_547.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Bittner, E. A. C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Das tandem-konzept zur unterstützung des wissenstransfers in altersdiversen arbeitsgruppen. In Jeschke, S., Richert, A., Hees, F., & Jooß, C. (Eds.), In Exploring demographics - transdisziplinäre perspektiven zur innovationsfähigkeit im demografischen wandel (, pp. 371-382). Wiesbaden, Germany: Springer spektrum.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-06-03T10:27:08.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden, Germany},
    author = {Bittner, Eva Alice Christiane and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/29c5d49273bcd5cbdbac423b27b0873c9/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Exploring Demographics - Transdisziplinäre Perspektiven zur Innovationsfähigkeit im demografischen Wandel},
    editor = {Jeschke, S. and Richert, A. and Hees, F. and Jooß, C.},
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    pages = {371-382},
    publisher = {Springer Spektrum},
    timestamp = {2015-12-07T14:46:57.000+0100},
    title = {Das TANDEM-Konzept zur Unterstützung des Wissenstransfers in altersdiversen Arbeitsgruppen},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/JML_524.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Schulz, M., Haas, P., Schulthess, K., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). How idea creativity and hedonic value influence project success in crowdfunding. Paper presented at the Wirtschaftsinformatik (wi), Osnabrück, Germany.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-06-01T13:53:29.000+0200},
    address = {Osnabrück, Germany},
    author = {Schulz, Moritz and Haas, Philipp and Schulthess, Karin and Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2cacaf9df5b82026904c294f97509993a/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI)},
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    keywords = {itegpub pub_jml},
    pages = {948-962},
    timestamp = {2015-12-07T09:55:05.000+0100},
    title = {How Idea Creativity and Hedonic Value Influence Project Success in Crowdfunding},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/JML_513.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Söllner, M.. (2015). Understanding trust in information systems –the impact of trust in the system and in the provider. Paper presented at the 75th annual meeting of the academy of management, Vancouver, BC, Kanada.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-04-21T08:18:43.000+0200},
    address = {Vancouver, BC, Kanada},
    author = {Söllner, Matthias},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2843b3bb5cc557ec792abe42c6a281a53/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management},
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    intrahash = {843b3bb5cc557ec792abe42c6a281a53},
    keywords = {information_systems itegpub pub_msö trust trust_in_the_information_system trust_in_the_provider},
    timestamp = {2016-03-08T18:23:39.000+0100},
    title = {Understanding Trust in Information Systems –The Impact of Trust in the System and in the Provider},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_545.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Müller, F., Oeste, S., & Söllner, M.. (2015). Entwicklung eines bewertungsinstruments zur qualität von lernmaterial am beispiel erklärvideo. Paper presented at the Working paper series, nr. 9, Kassel, Germany.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-04-19T23:18:41.000+0200},
    address = {Kassel, Germany},
    author = {Müller, Frederike and Oeste, Sarah and Söllner, Matthias},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2de0d19665e98af9599d83944f24fff72/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Working Paper Series, Nr. 9},
    interhash = {0d9e0f9a7aa703b11b75ae8d02d21bc0},
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    timestamp = {2015-12-07T10:02:36.000+0100},
    title = {Entwicklung eines Bewertungsinstruments zur Qualität von Lernmaterial am Beispiel Erklärvideo},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/JML_505.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Wulf, J., Söllner, M., Leimeister, J. M., & Brenner, W.. (2015). Fc bayern münchen goes social – the value of social media for professional sports clubs. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Münster, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-04-17T16:38:42.000+0200},
    address = {Münster, Germany},
    author = {Wulf, Jochen and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Brenner, Walter},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/273c2c39360a73373c72ad7018b05a692/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {cfed605cf572222d5c949e323449ddbb},
    intrahash = {73c2c39360a73373c72ad7018b05a692},
    keywords = {Content_Provisioning Social_Marketing Social_Media Sport_Management Value_Creation itegpub pub_jml pub_msö},
    timestamp = {2017-03-14T10:57:40.000+0100},
    title = {FC Bayern München Goes Social – The Value of Social Media for Professional Sports Clubs},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/JML_525.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Janson, A., & Thiel de Gafenco, M.. (2015). Engaging the appropriation of technology-mediated learning services – a theory-driven design approach. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Münster, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-04-17T16:37:05.000+0200},
    address = {Münster, Germany},
    author = {Janson, Andreas and Thiel de Gafenco, Marian},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/244daf2a524b656604a280bfe12c6299f/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {79613feb2584a67886f30e0c271d42c2},
    intrahash = {44daf2a524b656604a280bfe12c6299f},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_aja},
    timestamp = {2017-04-03T16:26:36.000+0200},
    title = {Engaging the Appropriation of Technology-Mediated Learning Services – A Theory-Driven Design Approach},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/JML_569.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Lehmann, K., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Theory-driven design of an it-based peer assessment to assess high cognitive levels of educational objectives in large-scale learning services. Paper presented at the Innovating, designing and managing service systems with is (pre-ecis 15 workshop), Münster, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-04-17T16:34:20.000+0200},
    address = {Münster, Germany},
    author = {Lehmann, Katja and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2a48e8d26185cc4ce0813c429d333786d/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Innovating, Designing and Managing Service Systems with IS (Pre-ECIS 15 Workshop)},
    interhash = {ba7e7ef5a77810bac5d21e8ab032c931},
    intrahash = {a48e8d26185cc4ce0813c429d333786d},
    keywords = {Peer_AssessmentTechnology-mediated_LearningEducational_ObjectivesDesign_Science_Research itegpub pub_jml pub_kle},
    timestamp = {2015-12-07T09:56:45.000+0100},
    title = {Theory-Driven Design of an IT-Based Peer Assessment to Assess High Cognitive Levels of Educational Objectives in Large-Scale Learning Services},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/JML_511.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Bretschneider, U., & Gierczak, M. M.. (2015). Geiz ist geil: empirische untersuchung des einflusses von produkt- und preisvergleichsseiten im internet auf die kaufabsicht ihrer nutzer. Paper presented at the 77. jahrestagung des vhb, Wien, Österreich.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-04-07T11:38:07.000+0200},
    address = {Wien, Österreich},
    author = {Bretschneider, Ulrich and Gierczak, Michael Marcin},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2377e0cf0b921a94e51d1b563f30d6bd1/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {77. Jahrestagung des VHB},
    interhash = {007d7ba336b6455dcf1698dbf3065730},
    intrahash = {377e0cf0b921a94e51d1b563f30d6bd1},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_mgi pub_ubr},
    timestamp = {2015-12-07T09:50:42.000+0100},
    title = {Geiz ist geil: Empirische Untersuchung des Einflusses von Produkt- und Preisvergleichsseiten im Internet auf die Kaufabsicht ihrer Nutzer},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/JML_520.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Oeste, S., Lehmann, K., Janson, A., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Redesigning university large scale lectures: how to activate the learner. Paper presented at the Academy of management annual meeting (aom), Vancouver, BC, Canada.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-04-07T11:25:48.000+0200},
    address = {Vancouver, BC, Canada},
    author = {Oeste, Sarah and Lehmann, Katja and Janson, Andreas and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2484d2564cd57752c35c66605a79b330a/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Academy of Management Annual Meeting (AOM)},
    interhash = {85f3fb8618f67acfe9f8554f696a59d7},
    intrahash = {484d2564cd57752c35c66605a79b330a},
    keywords = {cepub itegpub pub_aja pub_jml pub_kle pub_msö pub_soe},
    number = 75,
    timestamp = {2015-12-07T10:12:33.000+0100},
    title = {Redesigning University Large Scale Lectures: How To Activate The Learner},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_544.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Gierczak, M. M., & Nitze, H.. (2015). Shine bright like a diamond – exploring the effects of online-product presentation on backing behavior in reward-based crowdfunding. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Münster, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-04-07T11:17:04.000+0200},
    address = {Münster, Germany},
    author = {Gierczak, Michael Marcin and Nitze, Hans-Kristian},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/237d306079e455b46df199b263c36bf38/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {d1a7c2738bc6fdd0d4529beacfe86baf},
    intrahash = {37d306079e455b46df199b263c36bf38},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_mgi},
    timestamp = {2017-04-03T16:25:22.000+0200},
    title = {Shine Bright like a Diamond – Exploring the Effects of Online-Product Presentation on Backing Behavior in Reward-based Crowdfunding},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/JML_518.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Gierczak, M. M., Englisch, O., & Bretschneider, U.. (2015). Minding the gap – an expectation-disconfirmation approach to reward-based crowdfunding. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Münster, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-04-07T11:14:22.000+0200},
    address = {Münster, Germany},
    author = {Gierczak, Michael Marcin and Englisch, Oliver and Bretschneider, Ulrich},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/215f11184336246730af33d811d490e1f/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {6c766a2ae522c364c6a795eef0b43459},
    intrahash = {15f11184336246730af33d811d490e1f},
    keywords = {crowdfunding itegpub pub_mgi pub_ubr},
    timestamp = {2017-04-03T16:04:55.000+0200},
    title = {Minding the Gap – An Expectation-Disconfirmation Approach to Reward-Based Crowdfunding},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/JML_519.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Kerkhoff, M., Kromat, T., & Peters, C.. (2015). Geschäftsmodelle in der telemedizin - ein ordnungsrahmen. Paper presented at the Working paper series, nr. 8, Kassel, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-03-16T17:06:08.000+0100},
    address = {Kassel, Germany},
    author = {Kerkhoff, Mathias and Kromat, Theresa and Peters, Christoph},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2b3b2b4665e184c28fb0c5db4db3e1ab6/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Working Paper Series, Nr. 8},
    interhash = {e7b28c1fb0b62b30f5a991f9191bd0c8},
    intrahash = {b3b2b4665e184c28fb0c5db4db3e1ab6},
    keywords = {Geschäftsmodell Telemedizin business_model dempub itegpub pub_cpe pub_wps service telemedicine},
    timestamp = {2016-07-27T10:07:28.000+0200},
    title = {Geschäftsmodelle in der Telemedizin - Ein Ordnungsrahmen},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/JML_564.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Hoffmann, A., Schulz, T., Zirfas, J., Hoffmann, H., Roßnagel, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Legal compatibility as a characteristic of sociotechnical systems - goals and standardized requirements. Business & information systems engineering (bise) doi: 10.1007/s12599-015-0373-5, 1-11.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-03-06T14:41:57.000+0100},
    author = {Hoffmann, Axel and Schulz, Thomas and Zirfas, Julia and Hoffmann, Holger and Roßnagel, Alexander and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2d881c1c347415a3daf4153ceec4aa682/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {9cf8df5092430399a630c149bf7d3061},
    intrahash = {d881c1c347415a3daf4153ceec4aa682},
    journal = {Business & Information Systems Engineering (BISE) DOI: 10.1007/s12599-015-0373-5},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_aho pub_hho pub_jml},
    pages = {1-11},
    timestamp = {2015-03-06T14:56:00.000+0100},
    title = {Legal Compatibility as a Characteristic of Sociotechnical Systems - Goals and Standardized Requirements},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/JML_496.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Gierczak, M. M., Bretschneider, U., Haas, P., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Crowdfunding - outlining the new era of fundraising. In Gajda, O., & Brüntje, D. (Eds.), In Crowdfunding in europe – state of the art in theory and practice; fgf studies in small business and entrepreneurship (, pp. 7-23). Cham: Springer science + business media.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-01-19T16:27:20.000+0100},
    address = {Cham},
    author = {Gierczak, Michael Marcin and Bretschneider, Ulrich and Haas, Philipp and Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/291fee9bc3385a47773806731bf49f3c7/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Crowdfunding in Europe – State of The Art in Theory And Practice; FGF Studies in Small Business and Entrepreneurship},
    editor = {Gajda, O. and Brüntje, D.},
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    pages = {7-23},
    publisher = {Springer Science + Business Media},
    timestamp = {2017-07-19T17:42:23.000+0200},
    title = {Crowdfunding - Outlining the New Era of Fundraising},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/JML_516.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Bretschneider, U., Gierczak, M., Sonnick, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Auf der jagd nach dem günstigsten preis: was beeinflusst die kaufabsicht von nutzern von produkt- und preisvergleichsseiten?. In Linnhoff-Popien, C., Zaddach, M., & Grahl, A. (Eds.), In Marktplätze im umbruch - digitale strategien für services im mobilen internet (isbn: 978-3-662-43782-7) (, pp. 43-53). Wiesbaden: Springer vieweg.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-01-19T16:20:41.000+0100},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    author = {Bretschneider, Ulrich and Gierczak, Michael and Sonnick, Anna and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/22b299c43c3724621c69b53fa196ea22e/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Marktplätze im Umbruch - Digitale Strategien für Services im Mobilen Internet (ISBN: 978-3-662-43782-7)},
    editor = {Linnhoff-Popien, Claudia and Zaddach, Michael and Grahl, Andreas},
    interhash = {3da49f84bd81f8471db72e264562ca79},
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    pages = {43-53},
    publisher = {Springer Vieweg},
    timestamp = {2016-03-03T14:55:41.000+0100},
    title = {Auf der Jagd nach dem günstigsten Preis: Was beeinflusst die Kaufabsicht von Nutzern von Produkt- und Preisvergleichsseiten?},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/JML_515.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Köhler, B., & Söllner, M.. (2015). Digitale geschäftsmodelle im profisport - eine ist-analyse am beispiel der national football league. Paper presented at the Student consortium der wi 2015, Osnabrück, Germany.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-01-13T16:23:42.000+0100},
    address = {Osnabrück, Germany},
    author = {Köhler, Benjamin and Söllner, Matthias},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2c8519c5d74d11d21e7d84b89d7b36d41/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Student Consortium der WI 2015},
    interhash = {69b5777a39a61dafb358131b64933fce},
    intrahash = {c8519c5d74d11d21e7d84b89d7b36d41},
    keywords = {Business_Model_Canvas Digitalisierung Geschäftsmodelle Profisport itegpub pub_msö},
    timestamp = {2015-04-16T11:16:52.000+0200},
    title = {Digitale Geschäftsmodelle im Profisport - Eine Ist-Analyse am Beispiel der National Football League},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_5331.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Lehmann, K., Oeste, S., Janson, A., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Flipping the classroom – it-unterstützte lerneraktivierung zur verbesserung des lernerfolges einer universitären massenlehrveranstaltung. Hmd praxis der wirtschaftsinformatik, 52(1), 81-95 (DOI: 10.1365/s40702-014-0102-4).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-01-09T11:19:31.000+0100},
    author = {Lehmann, Katja and Oeste, Sarah and Janson, Andreas and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/219da68fdb66c4354e67cfde0bc4f7b4c/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {9da3be3de87ba4d7fee766a914f80683},
    intrahash = {19da68fdb66c4354e67cfde0bc4f7b4c},
    journal = {HMD Praxis der Wirtschaftsinformatik},
    keywords = {LernzieleLernerfolgUniversitäre_MassenlehrveranstaltungInteraktionPeer_LearningTheoriemotiviertes_Design itegpub pub_aja pub_jml pub_kle pub_msö pub_soe},
    number = 1,
    pages = {81-95 (DOI: 10.1365/s40702-014-0102-4)},
    timestamp = {2015-04-16T11:55:13.000+0200},
    title = {Flipping the Classroom – IT-unterstützte Lerneraktivierung zur Verbesserung des Lernerfolges einer universitären Massenlehrveranstaltung},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_520.pdf},
    volume = 52,
    year = 2015
    }

  • Lehmann, K., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Der wert von it-gestütztem peer assessment zur unterstützung des lernens in einer universitären massenlehrveranstaltung. Paper presented at the Wirtschaftsinformatik (wi) konferenz 2015, Osnabrück, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-01-09T11:08:37.000+0100},
    address = {Osnabrück, Germany},
    author = {Lehmann, Katja and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/20ce2ef8e7914a5eeed1e75ad23a87cdb/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI) Konferenz 2015},
    interhash = {a100e7b258baf90cc18a7739dbbc57b0},
    intrahash = {0ce2ef8e7914a5eeed1e75ad23a87cdb},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_jml pub_kle pub_msö},
    timestamp = {2015-04-16T14:35:41.000+0200},
    title = {Der Wert von IT-gestütztem Peer Assessment zur Unterstützung des Lernens in einer Universitären Massenlehrveranstaltung},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_495.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Herterich, M., Peters, C., Neff, A., Uebernickel, F., & Brenner, W.. (2015). Mobile work support for field service: a literature review and directions for future research. Paper presented at the 12th international conference on wirtschaftsinformatik, Osnabrück, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-01-09T11:05:19.000+0100},
    address = {Osnabrück, Germany},
    author = {Herterich, Matthias and Peters, Christoph and Neff, Alexander and Uebernickel, Falk and Brenner, Walter},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/27ade760105339d6df63bf408aa21aff7/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {12th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik},
    interhash = {941007da7a695c2946a24381a3e2d5af},
    intrahash = {7ade760105339d6df63bf408aa21aff7},
    keywords = {dempub field_service itegpub literature_review mobile_work pub_cpe service},
    timestamp = {2016-11-09T15:45:59.000+0100},
    title = {Mobile Work Support for Field Service: A Literature Review and Directions for Future Research},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/JML_584.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Leimeister, J. M., Österle, H., & Alter, S.. (2015). Digital services for consumers. Electronic markets (doi: 10.1007/s12525-014-0174-6), 24(4).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-11-25T09:24:55.000+0100},
    author = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Österle, Hubert and Alter, Steven},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2f35b25e44cdc32a8fbcc70ba5fc48ba8/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {0c255fa172915425edd6f723ce444a08},
    intrahash = {f35b25e44cdc32a8fbcc70ba5fc48ba8},
    journal = {Electronic Markets (DOI: 10.1007/s12525-014-0174-6)},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_jml},
    number = 4,
    timestamp = {2016-07-14T16:39:53.000+0200},
    title = {Digital services for consumers},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/JM_494.pdf},
    volume = 24,
    year = 2015
    }

  • Janson, A., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Determinanten und effekte sinngetreuer nutzung von learning management systemen. Paper presented at the Wirtschaftsinformatik (wi) konferenz 2015, Osnabrück, Germany.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-10-24T13:31:29.000+0200},
    address = {Osnabrück, Germany},
    author = {Janson, Andreas and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/29519fbbcb2d34989b95874822aa44099/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI) Konferenz 2015},
    interhash = {b46527392691e7840c5f72ad35a51dde},
    intrahash = {9519fbbcb2d34989b95874822aa44099},
    keywords = {E-Learning Learning_Management_Systeme Lernprozess Sinngetreue_Nutzung itegpub pub_aja pub_jml pub_msö unterstütztes_Lernen},
    timestamp = {2015-04-16T11:53:23.000+0200},
    title = {Determinanten und Effekte sinngetreuer Nutzung von Learning Management Systemen},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_518.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Peters, C., Kromat, T., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2015). Complex services and according business models – design and evaluation of an analysis framework in the field of telemedicine. Paper presented at the 48th hawaiin international conference on system sciences (hicss), Koloa, Hawaii, USA.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-10-09T17:11:37.000+0200},
    address = {Koloa, Hawaii, USA},
    author = {Peters, Christoph and Kromat, Theresa and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2ba9c265f1a49d9465aaab06344926fa3/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {48th Hawaiin International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)},
    interhash = {17dcfb84f4a10549590ebb9e8c23f0fc},
    intrahash = {ba9c265f1a49d9465aaab06344926fa3},
    keywords = {business_model complex_services dempub ehealth hybrid_services itegpub pub_cpe pub_jml services telemecine telemedical_services},
    timestamp = {2015-12-07T14:43:05.000+0100},
    title = {Complex Services and According Business Models – Design and Evaluation of an Analysis Framework in the Field of Telemedicine},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/JML_521.pdf},
    year = 2015
    }

  • Bretschneider, U., Leimeister, J. M., & Mathiassen, L.. (2015). It-enabled product innovation: customer motivation for participating in virtual idea communities. International journal of product development, 20(2), 126–141.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-07-30T16:57:27.000+0200},
    author = {Bretschneider, Ulrich and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Mathiassen, Lars},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2c38f047d738974b9ee75f9306c413384/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {6d6192b85426ef8a03a1aa1b60a34b81},
    intrahash = {c38f047d738974b9ee75f9306c413384},
    journal = {International Journal of Product Development},
    keywords = {Crowdsourcing Innovation Open itegpub pub_jml pub_ubr},
    number = 2,
    pages = {126–141},
    timestamp = {2017-09-25T16:18:54.000+0200},
    title = {IT-enabled Product Innovation: Customer Motivation for Participating in Virtual Idea Communities},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/JML_654.pdf},
    volume = 20,
    year = 2015
    }

2014

  • Böhmann, T., Leimeister, J. M., & Möslein, K. M.. (2014). Service systems engineering - a field for future information systems research.. Business & information systems engineering, 6(2), 73-79. doi:10.1007/s12599-014- 0314-8
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{journals/bise/BohmannLM14,
    added-at = {2017-11-10T13:09:33.000+0100},
    author = {Böhmann, Tilo and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Möslein, Kathrin M.},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/232d0d96abbcf203f0e1dc41f455f7fa8/ls_leimeister},
    doi = {10.1007/s12599-014- 0314-8},
    ee = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12599-014-0314-8},
    interhash = {663298cb304f5b7e9e0ed7163ab0f9e3},
    intrahash = {32d0d96abbcf203f0e1dc41f455f7fa8},
    journal = {Business & Information Systems Engineering},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_jml pub_kmö pub_tbö},
    number = 2,
    pages = {73-79},
    timestamp = {2017-11-10T13:09:33.000+0100},
    title = {Service Systems Engineering - A Field for Future Information Systems Research.},
    url = {http://dblp.uni-trier.de/db/journals/bise/bise6.html#BohmannLM14},
    volume = 6,
    year = 2014
    }

  • Bitzer, P., Leimeister, J. M., & Heidecke, H.. (2014). Sinit@vw - ein ansatz zur systematischen identifikation des nutzens von it-anwendungen. In Rudow, B., & Heidecke, H. (Eds.), In Betriebliche informationssysteme in der automobilproduktion (pp. 261-286). De gruyter, oldenburg (978-3486800159).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-07-25T12:26:41.000+0200},
    author = {Bitzer, Philipp and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Heidecke, Hans-Christian},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2f4a12eebe715cbc9bf2553f264fd04c0/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Betriebliche Informationssysteme in der Automobilproduktion},
    editor = {Rudow, Bernd and Heidecke, Hans-Christian},
    interhash = {d1fed2cf4f735945701dad45ab9d792c},
    intrahash = {f4a12eebe715cbc9bf2553f264fd04c0},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_jml pub_pbi},
    pages = {261-286},
    publisher = {De Gruyter, Oldenburg (978-3486800159)},
    timestamp = {2020-12-20T20:06:35.000+0100},
    title = {SINIT@VW - Ein Ansatz zur systematischen Identifikation des Nutzens von IT-Anwendungen},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/JML_800.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Meschner, P.. (2014). A service engineering method for knowledge-intense person-oriented services. Research on it / service / innovation / collaboration, 4.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2016-07-01T17:53:34.000+0200},
    author = {Meschner, Philipp},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2764545bab683eb12d9e9447ecebecfae/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {2e91e1f3126b93d54ca80b5617a319b5},
    intrahash = {764545bab683eb12d9e9447ecebecfae},
    journal = {Research on IT / Service / Innovation / Collaboration},
    keywords = {disspub itegpub pub_pme},
    publisher = {Kassel University Press (978-3-86219-794-1), Kassel, Germany},
    timestamp = {2016-08-05T15:50:40.000+0200},
    title = {A Service Engineering Method for Knowledge-Intense Person-Oriented Services},
    url = {http://www.upress.uni-kassel.de/katalog/abstract.php?978-3-86219-794-1},
    volume = 4,
    year = 2014
    }

  • Hoffmann, A.. (2014). Anforderungsmuster zur spezifikation soziotechnischer systeme - standardisierte anforderungen der vertrauenswürdigkeit und rechtsverträglichkeit. Research on it / service / innovation / collaboration, 3.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-04-19T22:55:46.000+0200},
    author = {Hoffmann, Axel},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/26a2feb872fa492617833e88e02512ab5/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {6ece504cf3db05a67d5672e89dbde680},
    intrahash = {6a2feb872fa492617833e88e02512ab5},
    journal = {Research on IT / Service / Innovation / Collaboration},
    keywords = {disspub itegpub pub_aho},
    publisher = {Kassel University Press (978-3-86219-716-3), Kassel, Germany},
    timestamp = {2015-04-19T23:00:20.000+0200},
    title = {Anforderungsmuster zur Spezifikation soziotechnischer Systeme - Standardisierte Anforderungen der Vertrauenswürdigkeit und Rechtsverträglichkeit},
    url = {http://www.upress.uni-kassel.de/katalog/abstract.php?978-3-86219-716-3},
    volume = 3,
    year = 2014
    }

  • Wegener, R.. (2014). Der didaktische service blueprint - eine methode für analyse und design teilnehmerstarker lerndienstleistungen. Research on it / service / innovation / collaboration, 2.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-04-19T22:44:36.000+0200},
    author = {Wegener, René},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2255d200e4aa63dda18adf16dc12b1bb3/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {50953a35bab1684014e51d8056828fdf},
    intrahash = {255d200e4aa63dda18adf16dc12b1bb3},
    journal = {Research on IT / Service / Innovation / Collaboration},
    keywords = {disspub itegpub pub_rwe},
    publisher = {Kassel University Press (978-3-86219-730-9), Kassel, Germany},
    timestamp = {2016-07-01T18:09:40.000+0200},
    title = {Der Didaktische Service Blueprint - Eine Methode für Analyse und Design teilnehmerstarker Lerndienstleistungen},
    url = {http://www.upress.uni-kassel.de/katalog/abstract.php?978-3-86219-730-9},
    volume = 2,
    year = 2014
    }

  • Wegener, R., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Factors influencing virtual learning community succsess. In Leimeister, J. M., & Rajagopalan, B. (Eds.), In Virtual communities: advances in management information systems (pp. 67-84). Me. sharpe, armonk, ny, usa.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-01-30T14:03:22.000+0100},
    author = {Wegener, René and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2e3bce9fb0ca4d2d8580cd21fdcd5ba4f/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Virtual Communities: Advances in Management Information Systems},
    editor = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Rajagopalan, Balaji},
    interhash = {57f5c899c37ecb97dd68f3e28587ab2b},
    intrahash = {e3bce9fb0ca4d2d8580cd21fdcd5ba4f},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_jml},
    pages = {67-84},
    publisher = {ME. Sharpe, Armonk, NY, USA},
    timestamp = {2016-08-14T13:03:02.000+0200},
    title = {Factors Influencing Virtual Learning Community Succsess},
    url = {https://www.routledge.com/Virtual-Communities-2014/Leimeister-Balaji/p/book/9780765626530},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Leimeister, J. M., Zogaj, S., & Blohm, I.. (2014). Crowdwork - digitale wertschöpfung in der wolke: ein überblick über die grundlagen, die formen und den aktuellen forschungsstand. In Benner, C. (Ed.), In Crowdwork - zurück in die zukunft? perspektiven digitaler arbeit (, pp. 9-41). Frankfurt am Main: Bund-verlag.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-01-09T11:37:55.000+0100},
    address = {Frankfurt am Main},
    author = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Zogaj, Shkodran and Blohm, Ivo},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2daeade5d40f614a2b1f7f12f17d64468/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Crowdwork - zurück in die Zukunft? Perspektiven digitaler Arbeit},
    editor = {Benner, Christiane},
    interhash = {b24946689dc3221b5e8ee95c3fa1a328},
    intrahash = {daeade5d40f614a2b1f7f12f17d64468},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_jml pub_szo},
    pages = {9-41},
    publisher = {Bund-Verlag},
    timestamp = {2015-04-16T12:01:58.000+0200},
    title = {Crowdwork - digitale Wertschöpfung in der Wolke: Ein Überblick über die Grundlagen, die Formen und den aktuellen Forschungsstand},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_515.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Bretschneider, U., Ebel, P., Zogaj, S., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Not only for ideation, but also for signaling: incorporating user-profile-webpages into virtual ideas communities. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the 10th international symposium on open collaboration (opensym '14), Berlin, Germany.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2015-01-09T11:31:48.000+0100},
    address = {Berlin, Germany },
    author = {Bretschneider, Ulrich and Ebel, Philipp and Zogaj, Shkodran and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2316c128260697099ab0b27d60b354efe/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of The 10th International Symposium on Open Collaboration (OpenSym '14)},
    interhash = {dd21f5273fb03915c50f1039a9f1d118},
    intrahash = {316c128260697099ab0b27d60b354efe},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_jml pub_peb pub_szo pub_ubr},
    timestamp = {2015-04-16T11:33:18.000+0200},
    title = {Not Only for Ideation, But Also for Signaling: Incorporating User-Profile-Webpages into Virtual Ideas Communities},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_523.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Leimeister, J. M., & Zogaj, S.. (2014). Crowdsourcing – neue globale wertschöpfungskonzepte. In Boeas, A. (Ed.), In Dienstleistung in der digitalen gesellschaft – beiträge zur dienstleistungstagung des bmbf im wissenschaftsjahr 2014 (, pp. 211-221). Frankfurt am Main (ISBN: 978-3-593-50250-2): Campus verlag.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-11-25T11:09:39.000+0100},
    address = {Frankfurt am Main (ISBN: 978-3-593-50250-2)},
    author = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Zogaj, Shkodran},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/24d38311f9d32e8e4997e89664cd18271/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Dienstleistung in der digitalen Gesellschaft – Beiträge zur Dienstleistungstagung des BMBF im Wissenschaftsjahr 2014},
    editor = {Boeas, Andreas},
    interhash = {198c70e7db8453ac6b9721dc9deac7fd},
    intrahash = {4d38311f9d32e8e4997e89664cd18271},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_jml pub_szo},
    pages = {211-221},
    publisher = {Campus Verlag},
    timestamp = {2016-03-08T18:06:02.000+0100},
    title = {Crowdsourcing – Neue globale Wertschöpfungskonzepte},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/JML_541.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Ebel, P.. (2014). Collaborative business modeling: design of an it-environment that enables the co-creation of a company’s business model. Paper presented at the G-forum, Oldenburg.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-10-24T16:19:30.000+0200},
    address = {Oldenburg},
    author = {Ebel, Philipp},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/25ebf88424008a2f27cefb3fb61ee63b2/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {G-Forum},
    interhash = {6b3f671bf3d8e765677206c77a6bd7de},
    intrahash = {5ebf88424008a2f27cefb3fb61ee63b2},
    keywords = {Business_Model_Development Collaboration Design_Science_Research itegpub pub_peb},
    timestamp = {2015-12-07T09:55:53.000+0100},
    title = {Collaborative Business Modeling: Design of an IT-Environment that enables the co-creation of a company’s business model},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/JML_512.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Kissel, D., Ohly, S., Ebel, P., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Experimentelle überprüfung des effekts von diversitätsüberzeugungen in arbeitsteams auf innovative leistung. Paper presented at the G-forum, Oldenburg.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-10-24T16:17:48.000+0200},
    address = {Oldenburg},
    author = {Kissel, Dorothea and Ohly, Sandra and Ebel, Philipp and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/27d3434bde2db59a13c56c1585a84d9f8/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {G-Forum},
    interhash = {dbc471d2eea94bae8419a1dd1ba3bff7},
    intrahash = {7d3434bde2db59a13c56c1585a84d9f8},
    keywords = {Altersgemischte_Teams Diversität Entrepreneurship Kompetenzen itegpub pub_jml pub_peb},
    timestamp = {2015-04-16T12:18:05.000+0200},
    title = {Experimentelle Überprüfung des Effekts von Diversitätsüberzeugungen in Arbeitsteams auf innovative Leistung},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_506.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Söllner, M., Janson, A., Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). The impact of the individual – relating cultural differences to the appropriation process of technology-mediated learning services. Paper presented at the Annual ais sig services pre-icis workshop 2014, Auckland, New Zealand.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-10-24T13:46:02.000+0200},
    address = {Auckland, New Zealand},
    author = {Söllner, Matthias and Janson, Andreas and Peters, Christoph and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2ddbb68c051138085a7699bc0e9a27510/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Annual AIS SIG Services Pre-ICIS Workshop 2014},
    interhash = {3a678f31ac93ffc5af836db1a2f7dea6},
    intrahash = {ddbb68c051138085a7699bc0e9a27510},
    keywords = {Appropriation_Process Culture Technology-mediated_Learning_Services User-Centricity itegpub pub_aja pub_cpe pub_jml pub_msö},
    timestamp = {2015-04-16T11:24:19.000+0200},
    title = {The Impact of the Individual – Relating Cultural Differences to the Appropriation Process of Technology-mediated Learning Services},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_528.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Peters, C., Elm, C., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Blueprint-driven telemedicine process modeling - the interdisciplinary development and evaluation of a modeling language for telemedical services. Paper presented at the Annual ais sig services pre-icis workshop 2014, Auckland, New Zealand.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-10-24T13:41:13.000+0200},
    address = {Auckland, New Zealand},
    author = {Peters, Christoph and Elm, Christian and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2714fc34ffe537364066bbe27b43a7ebe/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Annual AIS SIG Services Pre-ICIS Workshop 2014},
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    timestamp = {2016-11-09T15:33:07.000+0100},
    title = {Blueprint-driven Telemedicine Process Modeling - The Interdisciplinary Development and Evaluation of a Modeling Language for Telemedical Services},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_537.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Leimeister, J. M., Söllner, M., & Gebauer, L.. (2014). Vertrauensleitfaden für cloud-computing-dienste: ein leitfaden zur förderung von vertrauen durch die gestaltung der online-produktpräsentation Kassel, Germany: .
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    @techreport{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-10-09T17:46:51.000+0200},
    address = {Kassel, Germany},
    author = {Leimeister, Jan Marco and Söllner, Matthias and Gebauer, Lysann},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/274dd72db8fcd36db322d7cb2873c1047/ls_leimeister},
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    title = {Vertrauensleitfaden für Cloud-Computing-Dienste: Ein Leitfaden zur Förderung von Vertrauen durch die Gestaltung der Online-Produktpräsentation},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Broschüre_Vertrauensleitfaden_Uni-Kassel-Winfo_FINAL_20141021.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Buch, M. S., Gebauer, L., & Holger, H.. (2014). Vertrauen in cloud computing schaffen - aber wie?. Wirtschaftsinformatik & management(3), 67-77.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
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    author = {Buch, Meike Stefanie and Gebauer, Lysann and Holger, Hoffmann},
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    title = {Vertrauen in Cloud Computing schaffen - aber wie?},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_5351.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Haas, P., Blohm, I., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). An empirical taxonomy of crowdfunding intermediaries. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Auckland, New Zealand.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-09-26T17:58:43.000+0200},
    address = {Auckland, New Zealand},
    author = {Haas, Philipp and Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2487a949e6fb920024f4ba25745db1054/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
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    title = {An Empirical Taxonomy of Crowdfunding Intermediaries},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_513.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Hammer, N., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Internationalization of elearning – consideration of culture-specific differences of self-directed learning ability. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Auckland, New Zealand.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-09-26T17:41:23.000+0200},
    address = {Auckland, New Zealand},
    author = {Hammer, Nadine and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2d2831d246270eb75280626037ccef116/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
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    keywords = {itegpub pub_jml pub_nha},
    timestamp = {2016-03-08T18:23:12.000+0100},
    title = {Internationalization of eLearning – Consideration of Culture-specific Differences of Self-directed Learning Ability},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_543.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Ebel, P., Bretschneider, U., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Pyramiding 2.0: exaptation of the pyramiding approach to recruit new idea contributors for a virtual ideas competition.. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Auckland, New Zealand.
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    @inproceedings{ebel2014pyramiding,
    added-at = {2014-09-26T17:38:52.000+0200},
    address = {Auckland, New Zealand},
    author = {Ebel, P. and Bretschneider, U. and Leimeister, J. M.},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2b73ce071c399c039b163703011dabf22/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
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    keywords = {itegpub pub_jml pub_peb pub_ubr},
    timestamp = {2015-04-16T11:31:53.000+0200},
    title = {Pyramiding 2.0: Exaptation of the Pyramiding Approach to Recruit New Idea Contributors for a Virtual Ideas Competition.},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_524.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Oeste, S., Lehmann, K., Janson, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Flipping the is classroom – theory-driven design for large-scale lectures. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Auckland, New Zealand.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-09-26T17:36:15.000+0200},
    address = {Auckland, New Zealand},
    author = {Oeste, Sarah and Lehmann, Katja and Janson, Andreas and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2394d19a5e542e68804cf559d76f89038/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {800e9764b02a7daa4435c731b7428400},
    intrahash = {394d19a5e542e68804cf559d76f89038},
    keywords = {collaborative_learning flipped_classroom interaction itegpub large-scale_lectures learning_success peer_assessment peer_creation peer_learning pub_aja pub_jml pub_kle pub_soe},
    timestamp = {2015-04-16T14:35:15.000+0200},
    title = {Flipping the IS Classroom – Theory-Driven Design for Large-Scale Lectures},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_521.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Janson, A., Söllner, M., Bitzer, P., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Examining the effect of different measurements of learning success in technology-mediated learning research. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Auckland, New Zealand.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-09-26T17:32:15.000+0200},
    address = {Auckland, New Zealand},
    author = {Janson, Andreas and Söllner, Matthias and Bitzer, Philipp and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/203de91f3cf5455784ef07cd32f19bf2a/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {94f55194ca91ff3afd3f49a64bcea329},
    intrahash = {03de91f3cf5455784ef07cd32f19bf2a},
    keywords = {Common_Method_Variance Learning_Success Self-reported_Learning Technology-mediated_Learning itegpub pub_aja pub_jml pub_msö pub_pbi},
    timestamp = {2016-03-03T17:15:34.000+0100},
    title = {Examining the Effect of Different Measurements of Learning Success in Technology-mediated Learning Research},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/JML_536.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Gierczak, M. M., Bretschneider, U., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Is all that glitters gold? exploring the effects of perceived risk on backing behavior in reward-based crowdfunding. Paper presented at the International conference on information systems (icis), Auckland, New Zealand.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-09-25T16:11:38.000+0200},
    address = {Auckland, New Zealand},
    author = {Gierczak, M. M. and Bretschneider, U. and Leimeister, J. M.},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2595f8487cff4fda211a1494103f2e448/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)},
    interhash = {9a4eaa9331b6822965c19fe3249d6304},
    intrahash = {595f8487cff4fda211a1494103f2e448},
    keywords = {Risk consumer_behavior crowdfunding e-business itegpub pub_jml pub_mgi pub_ubr risk_management},
    timestamp = {2015-12-07T09:52:52.000+0100},
    title = {Is all that Glitters Gold? Exploring The Effects of Perceived Risk on Backing Behavior in Reward-based Crowdfunding},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/JML_517.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Peters, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Modellierung telemedizinischer dienstleistungen mit der blueprint-driven telemedicine process modeling language. In Möller, K., & Leimeister, J. M. (Eds.), In Produktivität von dienstleistungen (, pp. 226-239). Wiesbaden, Germany (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-658-04086-4): Springer gabler.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-09-25T15:54:32.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden, Germany (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-658-04086-4)},
    author = {Peters, C. and Leimeister, J. M.},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2b417a304c4adae0f72a455a1c1eb23f3/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Produktivität von Dienstleistungen},
    editor = {Möller, K. and Leimeister, J. M.},
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    pages = {226-239},
    publisher = {Springer Gabler},
    timestamp = {2016-08-14T12:54:55.000+0200},
    title = {Modellierung telemedizinischer Dienstleistungen mit der Blueprint-driven Telemedicine Process Modeling Language},
    url = {http://www.springer.com/de/book/9783658040857},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Prinz, A.. (2014). Interaction design patterns für nfc-basierte electronic data capture anwendungen. Dieburg (ISBN 978-3-9816875-0-7): Prinz publishing.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @book{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-09-25T15:49:41.000+0200},
    address = {Dieburg (ISBN 978-3-9816875-0-7)},
    author = {Prinz, Andreas},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/28cd7098bfecd6da2b9b392a178163ca9/ls_leimeister},
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    publisher = {Prinz Publishing},
    timestamp = {2015-04-19T22:39:07.000+0200},
    title = {Interaction Design Patterns für NFC-basierte Electronic Data Capture Anwendungen},
    url = {http://prinz-publishing.de/produkt/978-3-9816875-0-7/},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Accounting for interdisciplinary requirements in socio‐technical systems design. Paper presented at the Workshop on "revisiting socio-technical system design" at the european conference on cognitive ergonomics (ecce) 2014, Vienna, Austria.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-09-25T15:44:19.000+0200},
    address = {Vienna, Austria},
    author = {Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/29d49b172aff45fa96510f56c10f6da40/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Workshop on "Revisiting Socio-technical System Design" at the European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics (ECCE) 2014},
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    timestamp = {2016-09-02T14:49:29.000+0200},
    title = {Accounting for Interdisciplinary Requirements in Socio‐technical Systems Design},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/JML_575.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Janson, A., Ernst, S., Lehmann, K., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Creating awareness and reflection in a large-scale is lecture – the application of a peer assessment in a flipped classroom scenario. Paper presented at the 4th workshop on awareness and reflection in technology-enhanced learning (artel 2014) to be held in the context of ec-tel 2014, Graz, Austria.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-09-25T15:42:10.000+0200},
    address = {Graz, Austria},
    author = {Janson, Andreas and Ernst, Sissy-Josefina and Lehmann, Katja and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/21480cc2b1bd82d20b2d29e6643a1c629/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {4th Workshop on Awareness and Reflection in Technology-Enhanced Learning (ARTEL 2014) to be held in the context of EC-TEL 2014},
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    intrahash = {1480cc2b1bd82d20b2d29e6643a1c629},
    keywords = {Awareness Flipped_Classroom Interactivity Peer_Assessment Reflection itegpub pub_aja pub_jml pub_kle pub_ser},
    timestamp = {2015-04-16T12:01:07.000+0200},
    title = {Creating Awareness and Reflection in a Large-Scale IS Lecture – The Application of a Peer Assessment in a Flipped Classroom Scenario},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_514.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Voigtmann, C., Söllner, M., David, K., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Support-u: designing an ambient assisted living system using interdisciplinary development patterns. In David, K., Geihs, K., Leimeister, J. M., Roßnagel, A., Schmidt, L., Stumme, G., & Wacker, A. (Eds.), In Socio-technical design of ubiquitous computing systems (, pp. 277-294). Berlin (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-05044-7_16): Springer.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-09-25T15:39:34.000+0200},
    address = {Berlin (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-05044-7_16)},
    author = {Voigtmann, Christian and Söllner, Matthias and David, Klaus and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/268f334959af44c2c15b3998c911d102f/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Socio-technical Design of Ubiquitous Computing Systems},
    editor = {David, Klaus and Geihs, Kurt and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Roßnagel, Alexander and Schmidt, Ludger and Stumme, Gerd and Wacker, Arno},
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    title = {Support-U: Designing an Ambient Assisted Living System Using Interdisciplinary Development Patterns},
    url = {http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319050430},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Niemczyk, S., Kniewel, R., Schulz, T., & Söllner, M.. (2014). Meet-u: mobile social network. In David, K., Geihs, K., Leimeister, J. M., Roßnagel, A., Schmidt, L., Stumme, G., & Wacker, A. (Eds.), In Socio-technical design of ubiquitous computing systems (, pp. 247-260). Berlin (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-05044-7_14): Springer.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-09-25T15:37:03.000+0200},
    address = {Berlin (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-05044-7_14)},
    author = {Niemczyk, Stefan and Kniewel, Romy and Schulz, Thomas and Söllner, Matthias},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2c6cac1ecd2500a97ebe116ce5227c909/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Socio-technical Design of Ubiquitous Computing Systems},
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    publisher = {Springer},
    timestamp = {2016-11-18T19:45:54.000+0100},
    title = {Meet-U: Mobile Social Network},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Hoffmann, A., Söllner, M., Hoffmann, H., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Requirement patterns to support socio-technical system design. In David, K., Geihs, K., Leimeister, J. M., Roßnagel, A., Schmidt, L., Stumme, G., & Wacker, A. (Eds.), In Socio-technical design of ubiquitous computing systems (, pp. 191-209). Berlin (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-05044-7_11): Springer.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-09-25T15:32:52.000+0200},
    address = {Berlin (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-05044-7_11)},
    author = {Hoffmann, Axel and Söllner, Matthias and Hoffmann, Holger and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/26018f2d62ea403e035daedf648dfcf2a/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Socio-technical Design of Ubiquitous Computing Systems},
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    pages = {191-209},
    publisher = {Springer},
    timestamp = {2016-08-14T12:49:25.000+0200},
    title = {Requirement Patterns to Support Socio-Technical System Design},
    url = {http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319050430},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Wortmann, F., Hirdes, E. M., Lehmann, K., & Zülich, J.. (2014). It-unterstützung von blended learning konzepten. In Möller, K., & Schultze, W. (Eds.), In Produktivität von dienstleistungen (, pp. 472-504). Wiesbaden (ISBN: 978-3-658-04085-7): Springer gabler.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-09-25T15:17:12.000+0200},
    address = {Wiesbaden (ISBN: 978-3-658-04085-7)},
    author = {Wortmann, F. and Hirdes, E. M. and Lehmann, K. and Zülich, J.},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/29d2f71930aa5fd4f313e0b90a7724fc9/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Produktivität von Dienstleistungen},
    editor = {Möller, K. and Schultze, W.},
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    keywords = {itegpub pub_ehi pub_kle},
    pages = {472-504},
    publisher = {Springer Gabler},
    timestamp = {2015-04-16T11:04:24.000+0200},
    title = {IT-Unterstützung von Blended Learning Konzepten},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_540.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Söllner, M., Hoffmann, A., Hoffmann, H., Wacker, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Understanding the formation of trust. In David, K., Geihs, K., Leimeister, J. M., Roßnagel, A., Schmidt, L., Stumme, G., & Wacker, A. (Eds.), In Socio-technical design of ubiquitous computing systems (, pp. 39-58). Berlin (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-05044-7_3): Springer.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-09-25T15:01:59.000+0200},
    address = {Berlin (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-05044-7_3)},
    author = {Söllner, Matthias and Hoffmann, Axel and Hoffmann, Holger and Wacker, Arno and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/23cc510d21d3f22890f1ca712a9ad966a/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Socio-technical Design of Ubiquitous Computing Systems},
    editor = {David, Klaus and Geihs, Kurt and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Roßnagel, Alexander and Schmidt, Ludger and Stumme, Gerd and Wacker, Arno},
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    pages = {39-58},
    publisher = {Springer},
    timestamp = {2016-08-14T13:09:20.000+0200},
    title = {Understanding the Formation of Trust},
    url = {http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319050430},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Leimeister, J. M., Winter, R., Brenner, W., & Jung, R.. (2014). Research program “digital business & transformation hsg“. Paper presented at the Working paper services of university of st.gallen’s institute of information management, no. 1, St. Gallen, Switzerland.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-09-25T14:14:22.000+0200},
    address = {St. Gallen, Switzerland},
    author = {Leimeister, J. M. and Winter, R. and Brenner, W. and Jung, R.},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2204f4ee2f24875433816523ad318aee2/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Working Paper Services of University of St.Gallen’s Institute of Information Management, No. 1},
    interhash = {b3cd102b745a1718934a2d69276f37c2},
    intrahash = {204f4ee2f24875433816523ad318aee2},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_jml},
    number = 1,
    timestamp = {2015-04-16T11:27:34.000+0200},
    title = {Research Program “Digital Business & Transformation HSG“},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_525.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Bitzer, P.. (2014). Framework for the productivity-oriented conceptualisation of blended learning services. Paper presented at the Working paper series, nr. 7, Kassel, Germany.
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    @inproceedings{bitzer2014framework,
    added-at = {2014-08-18T15:46:56.000+0200},
    address = {Kassel, Germany},
    author = {Bitzer, Philipp},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/20c04878d312e6c6960a9946f2b31fbe1/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Working Paper Series, Nr. 7},
    interhash = {bc7198f2a97db46559f8a8b85eda4d94},
    intrahash = {0c04878d312e6c6960a9946f2b31fbe1},
    keywords = {Services evaluation framework itegpub productivity pub_pbi pub_wps service},
    timestamp = {2014-08-18T15:51:45.000+0200},
    title = {Framework for the Productivity-oriented Conceptualisation of Blended Learning Services},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/JML_486.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Söllner, M., Voss, A., Niemczyk, S., Geihs, K., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Investigating the impact of different research designs on empirical results. Paper presented at the First ais-journals joint author workshop (pre-ecis 14 workshop), Israel, Tel Aviv.
    [BibTeX]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-08-18T15:32:33.000+0200},
    address = {Israel, Tel Aviv},
    author = {Söllner, Matthias and Voss, Amanda and Niemczyk, Stefan and Geihs, Kurt and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2697ad83aef98a799a92be78364abbfb6/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {First AIS-Journals Joint Author Workshop (Pre-ECIS 14 Workshop)},
    interhash = {429a29712a10660c6e5f6b92303166fa},
    intrahash = {697ad83aef98a799a92be78364abbfb6},
    keywords = {Data_quality Empirical_research Experiment Model_comparison Research_design itegpub pub_msö pubjml},
    month = {June},
    timestamp = {2014-08-18T15:32:33.000+0200},
    title = {Investigating the Impact of Different Research Designs on Empirical Results},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Thillainathan, N., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Serious game development for educators - a serious game logic and structure modeling language. Paper presented at the 6th international conference on education and new learning technologies barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-07-30T17:13:03.000+0200},
    address = {Barcelona, Spain},
    author = {Thillainathan, Niroshan and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/282ddc9b4448b01508f0c91d8ebb7a4e8/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {6th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies Barcelona},
    interhash = {ddf1f5d111886f29675d485c0571a204},
    intrahash = {82ddc9b4448b01508f0c91d8ebb7a4e8},
    keywords = {Domain_specific_modeling_language itegpub model_driven_development pub_jml pub_nth requirements serious_game visual_programming},
    timestamp = {2014-07-30T17:17:26.000+0200},
    title = {Serious Game Development for Educators - A Serious Game Logic and Structure Modeling Language},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/JML_484.pdf},
    volume = {EDULEARN14 Proceedings},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Janson, A., Söllner, M., Bitzer, P., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Examining the effect of common method variance in technology-mediated learning research. Paper presented at the First ais-journals joint author workshop (pre-ecis 14 workshop), Tel Aviv, Israel.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-07-30T16:48:48.000+0200},
    address = {Tel Aviv, Israel},
    author = {Janson, Andreas and Söllner, Matthias and Bitzer, Philipp and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2f42b38901664a8b3662af836ed753bd1/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {First AIS-Journals Joint Author Workshop (Pre-ECIS 14 Workshop)},
    interhash = {2439e931784b3535294993ceb4aea5be},
    intrahash = {f42b38901664a8b3662af836ed753bd1},
    keywords = {Common_Method_Variance Learning_Success Research_Methods Technology-mediated_Learning itegpub pub_aja pub_jml pub_msö pub_pbi},
    timestamp = {2015-04-16T12:12:59.000+0200},
    title = {Examining the Effect of Common Method Variance in Technology-mediated Learning Research},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_503.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Oeste, S., Söllner, M., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Engineering peer-to-peer learning processes for generating high quality learning materials. Paper presented at the International conference on collaboration and technology (criwg), Santiago, Chile.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-07-02T18:10:25.000+0200},
    address = {Santiago, Chile},
    author = {Oeste, Sarah and Söllner, Matthias and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2cc47741b13f974f9b64bc9c08a6833d1/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Collaboration and Technology (CRIWG)},
    interhash = {fff63cf40f8b4c8cd474f9acba875f31},
    intrahash = {cc47741b13f974f9b64bc9c08a6833d1},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_jml pub_msö pub_soe},
    timestamp = {2016-03-03T16:16:55.000+0100},
    title = {Engineering Peer-to-Peer Learning Processes for Generating High Quality Learning Materials},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_519.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Blohm, I., Leimeister, J. M., & Zogaj, S.. (2014). Crowdsourcing und crowd work - ein zukunftsmodell der it-gestützten arbeitsorganisation?. In Brenner, W., & Hess, T. (Eds.), In Wirtschaftsinformatik in wissenschaft und praxis (, Vol. Business Engineering, pp. 51-64). Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-verlag.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-07-02T11:00:50.000+0200},
    address = {Berlin Heidelberg},
    author = {Blohm, Ivo and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Zogaj, Shkodran},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2e913c9258dec33b64af8f115574d5ae1/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {Wirtschaftsinformatik in Wissenschaft und Praxis},
    editor = {Brenner, Walter and Hess, Thomas},
    interhash = {998c6723314e816360737aa3db3e3a93},
    intrahash = {e913c9258dec33b64af8f115574d5ae1},
    keywords = {CrowdsourcingCrowd_WorkDigitale_ArbeitSoftwareentwicklung itegpub pub_jml pub_szo},
    pages = {51-64},
    publisher = {Springer-Verlag},
    timestamp = {2014-11-25T09:56:19.000+0100},
    title = {Crowdsourcing und Crowd Work - ein Zukunftsmodell der IT-gestützten Arbeitsorganisation?},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/JML_471.pdf},
    volume = {Business Engineering},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Lehmann, K., & Söllner, M.. (2014). Theory-driven design of a mobile-learning application to support different interaction types in large-scale lectures. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Tel Aviv, Israel.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-05-20T12:13:48.000+0200},
    address = {Tel Aviv, Israel},
    author = {Lehmann, Katja and Söllner, Matthias},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/279150d625cdba3757ecb58a4fec03bab/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {e3877ac0389b9cb1090074596d187769},
    intrahash = {79150d625cdba3757ecb58a4fec03bab},
    keywords = {design_science_research interaction itegpub large_scale_lectures mobile_learning_application pub_kle pub_msö},
    timestamp = {2014-07-21T09:52:30.000+0200},
    title = {Theory-Driven Design of a Mobile-Learning Application to Support Different Interaction Types in Large-Scale Lectures},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/JML_476.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Fähling, J., Köbler, F., Leimeister, J. M., & Krcmar, H.. (2014). From products to product-service systems: it-driven transformation of a medical equipment manufacturer. Journal of information technology teaching cases(4), 20-26.
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    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-05-19T14:04:05.000+0200},
    author = {Fähling, Jens and Köbler, Felix and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Krcmar, Helmut},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2baea2a70b1b84a5f4f71d1e34f450ed0/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {0a29e622bc463ae86ccab2417ebb3a1a},
    intrahash = {baea2a70b1b84a5f4f71d1e34f450ed0},
    journal = {Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_jml},
    number = 4,
    pages = {20-26},
    timestamp = {2014-05-19T14:09:59.000+0200},
    title = {From products to product-service systems: IT-driven transformation of a medical equipment manufacturer},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/JML_478.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Weiß, F., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Why can’t i use my iphone at work?: managing consumerization of it at a multi-national organization. Journal of information technology teaching cases(4), 11-19.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-05-19T13:53:01.000+0200},
    author = {Weiß, Frank and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2d31b97ff0953698bf8a82d5cd3e5496c/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {7a0d08524b9f4802e3a7ed68f1183814},
    intrahash = {d31b97ff0953698bf8a82d5cd3e5496c},
    journal = {Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases },
    keywords = {IT consumerization enterprise governance itegpub management mobile pub_fwe pub_jml service},
    number = 4,
    pages = {11-19},
    timestamp = {2014-05-19T14:10:58.000+0200},
    title = {Why can’t I use my iPhone at work?: managing consumerization of IT at a multi-national organization},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/JML_479.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Bretschneider, U., Knaub, K., & Wieck, E.. (2014). Motivations for crowdfunding: what drives the crowd to invest in start-ups?. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Tel Aviv, Israel.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-05-07T08:35:49.000+0200},
    address = {Tel Aviv, Israel},
    author = {Bretschneider, Ulrich and Knaub, Katharina and Wieck, Enrico},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2b2f6e813fd683b7ab8ebfc1a93258409/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {89a39926f0ee2f2a122232b2a117505b},
    intrahash = {b2f6e813fd683b7ab8ebfc1a93258409},
    keywords = {Crowdfunding itegpub pub_ewi pub_ubr},
    timestamp = {2015-04-16T11:43:05.000+0200},
    title = {Motivations for Crowdfunding: What Drives the Crowd to Invest in Start-ups?},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_5321.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Zogaj, S., & Bretschneider, U.. (2014). Analyzing governance mechanisms for crowdsourcing information systems - a multiple case analysis. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Tel Aviv, Israel.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-05-05T16:06:52.000+0200},
    address = {Tel Aviv, Israel},
    author = {Zogaj, Shkodran and Bretschneider, Ulrich},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/25d3158c8265fc1510c6cdc61afdba531/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {e1e5e033cf955438ab0bdfac94336629},
    intrahash = {5d3158c8265fc1510c6cdc61afdba531},
    keywords = {crowdsourcingcrowdsourcing_intermediarycontrol_and_governance_mechanismscase_study itegpub pub_szo pub_ubr},
    timestamp = {2015-04-16T11:18:30.000+0200},
    title = {Analyzing Governance Mechanisms for Crowdsourcing Information Systems - A Multiple Case Analysis},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/JML_531.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Hammer, N., Janson, A., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Does culture matter? a qualitative and comparative study on elearning in germany and china. Paper presented at the 27th bled econference, Bled, Slovenia.
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    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-05-05T13:01:22.000+0200},
    address = {Bled, Slovenia},
    author = {Hammer, Nadine and Janson, Andreas and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2bea289ef82b2a53d1325b5f7ac66cbe7/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {27th Bled eConference},
    interhash = {7164c0afffc50d83ce13563e8f2183c8},
    intrahash = {bea289ef82b2a53d1325b5f7ac66cbe7},
    keywords = {China culture eLearning itegpub pub_aja pub_jml pub_nha success},
    timestamp = {2014-07-30T17:43:34.000+0200},
    title = {Does culture matter? A qualitative and comparative study on eLearning in Germany and China},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/JML_485.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Peters, C., Elm, C., & Leimeister, J. M.. (2014). Systematische modularisierung in theorie und praxis. Krankenhaus-it-journal - sonderausgabe zur conhit 2014, 14-17.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-05-05T11:32:20.000+0200},
    author = {Peters, Christoph and Elm, Christian and Leimeister, Jan Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2c1ec20b8b68b915cdc412dcac67bfb7a/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {794254992384735303a216b51de9cef2},
    intrahash = {c1ec20b8b68b915cdc412dcac67bfb7a},
    journal = {Krankenhaus-IT-Journal - Sonderausgabe zur conhIT 2014},
    keywords = {dempub itegpub method modularization pub_cpe pub_jml services telemedical_services},
    pages = {14-17},
    timestamp = {2014-07-21T10:08:21.000+0200},
    title = {Systematische Modularisierung in Theorie und Praxis},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/JML_480.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Peters, C.. (2014). Together they are strong - the quest for service modularization parameters. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Tel Aviv, Israel.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-05-05T11:29:52.000+0200},
    address = {Tel Aviv, Israel},
    author = {Peters, Christoph},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/23b7083c22415338eb39473dca63becd3/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {3a8910fe396885fd1dc8ee040a2e5984},
    intrahash = {3b7083c22415338eb39473dca63becd3},
    keywords = {complex_services dempub itegpub method modularization parameters pub_cpe services},
    timestamp = {2014-07-21T10:05:03.000+0200},
    title = {Together They are Strong - The Quest for Service Modularization Parameters},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/JML_479.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Hartmann, M.. (2014). Lean on diffusion theory to make ideas-communities fly - the case of datev. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Tel Aviv, Israel.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-05-05T11:23:34.000+0200},
    address = {Tel Aviv, Israel},
    author = {Hartmann, Marco},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/24c580b557a5aa8f561bb78e862783815/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {2f2d0e9d5249f7fe8a0e8af25a8795a2},
    intrahash = {4c580b557a5aa8f561bb78e862783815},
    keywords = {Community Diffusion Ideas_Community Implementation_Approach Online itegpub pub_mha},
    timestamp = {2014-07-02T11:25:26.000+0200},
    title = {Lean on Diffusion Theory to Make Ideas-Communities Fly - The Case of DATEV},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/JML_472.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Bitzer, P., & Janson, A.. (2014). Towards a holistic understanding of technology-mediated learning services - a state-of-the-art analysis. Paper presented at the European conference on information systems (ecis), Tel Aviv, Israel.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{ls_Leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-05-05T11:13:07.000+0200},
    address = {Tel Aviv, Israel},
    author = {Bitzer, Philipp and Janson, Andreas},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/228be67f5d06e125a80753f635c8d3534/ls_leimeister},
    booktitle = {European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)},
    interhash = {3378d923fab3394e9ea2a499ef907589},
    intrahash = {28be67f5d06e125a80753f635c8d3534},
    keywords = {ITEGPUB dempub pub_aja pub_pbi},
    timestamp = {2014-07-21T09:46:05.000+0200},
    title = {Towards a Holistic Understanding of Technology-Mediated Learning Services - A State-of-the-Art Analysis},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/JML_475.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Böhmann, T., Leimeister, J. M., & Möslein, K.. (2014). Service systems engineering - a field for future information systems research. Business & information systems engineering (bise) (doi: 10.1007/s12599-014-0314-8).
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{ls_leimeister,
    added-at = {2014-03-06T15:52:18.000+0100},
    author = {Böhmann, Tilo and Leimeister, Jan Marco and Möslein, Kathrin},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2ac980cdc62d8b1efdf4d5c1938dabb9e/ls_leimeister},
    interhash = {4e8daf82baa8ec22cc069ce83edc917e},
    intrahash = {ac980cdc62d8b1efdf4d5c1938dabb9e},
    journal = {Business & Information Systems Engineering (BISE) (DOI: 10.1007/s12599-014-0314-8)},
    keywords = {itegpub pub_jml},
    timestamp = {2014-03-06T16:26:33.000+0100},
    title = {Service Systems Engineering - A Field for Future Information Systems Research},
    url = {http://pubs.wi-kassel.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/JML_469.pdf},
    year = 2014
    }

  • Böhmann, T., Leimeister, J. M., & Möslein, K.. (2014). Service-systems-engineering - ein zukünftiges forschungsgebiet der wirtschaftsinformatik. Wirtschaftsinformatik (doi 10.1007/s11576-014-0406-6).
    [BibTeX]