|Home institute||Prof. Dr. Daniel Veit – Betriebswirtschaftslehre mit Schwerpunkt Information Systems und Management|
|Courses type||Seminar in category Teaching|
|First appointment||Wed , 30.01.2019 15:30 - 19:00, Room: (J 1207)|
All others: Please contact Manuel Trenz (firstname.lastname@example.org) to check whether you are eligible.
* Basic knowledge of the topics (e.g., from attending our lectures) is beneficial.
* Working knowledge of English is necessary to understand the literature provided as well as to write the seminar paper and to present one's findings.
* We furthermore recommend attending introductory courses offered by the university library.
APPLICATION period will start on the 15th and end on the 21nd of October.
Admission announcement: 23.10.2018
Kick-off: 25.10.2018, 2-3:30pm, room J 1207
Final presentation: 30.01.2019, 3:30-7pm, room J 1207
Please APPLY via the joint Digicampus group for seminar applications of the cluster here:
Join this Digicampus group in order to APPLY for the seminar.
All students will be TENTATIVELY admitted to this Digicampus Group.
To proceed with the selection process and to be considered for final admission:
1. download and complete the Excel application form (available in the Digicampus group)
2. upload the completed Excel application form
3. upload your latest Transcript of Records (Notenauszug)
After the application deadline and given that all necessary information was provided, students will receive notice on whether they have been selected to write a seminar paper at the chair.
Admitted students will gain final admission and remain in the Digicampus group for further collaboration. Students with declined applications will be removed from the Digicampus group.
* In the Excel Application Form, please provide a short motivation for your topic or field of interest.
* Please make sure to provide a recent transcript of records (STUDIS / Notenauszug).
|Performance record||Written Seminar Paper and Presentation|
|Literaturhinweise||All literature for theses is written in English. Hence, all theses and seminars at the chair are written and presented also in English.|
Upon the successful completion of this module, students should be able to critically discuss selected research articles pertaining to topics of digital strategy research. By analyzing research that investigates IT-driven and -enabled strategies and business models of both start-ups and mature organizations, students familiarize themselves with theoretical models and concepts in this subject area. Students learn how to critically discuss the assigned papers in contrast to previous research and through the identification and analysis of additional academic literature they evaluate how the papers have subsequently affected the work of researchers and practitioners. By writing and presenting an individual seminar paper, in which they systematically report their approach and findings, students learn how to structure and analyze scientific problems. Thus, methodological skills acquired in this seminar are crucial for writing a bachelor thesis at the chair. Besides fostering analytical thinking, this seminar will also facilitate the improvement of English skills, as the entire seminar is held in English. Thus, after the successful completion of this module, students will have improved their writing, presentation and discussion skills in English.
Topics deal with IT-driven and -enabled strategies and business models of both start-ups and mature organizations.
|Current number of participants||9|