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wenn Sie sich für die Forschungsbereiche Open Innovation und Service Innovation interessieren, könnte CLIC Ihr Partner für die Erstellung einer praxisorientierten Masterarbeit sein! Sie profitieren von einer intensiven Betreuung und erhalten den Freiraum, Ihre persönliche Motivation einzubringen, um zukunftsweisende Fragestellungen aus der Praxis wissenschaftlich fundiert zu lösen.

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Aktuelle PhD Studierende

Simon Brunmayr, M.A.

Thema der Dissertation:
Future Leadership (Working Title) 

Timo Brunner, M.Sc.

Thema der Dissertation:
Putting Sustainable Business Model into Practice – Drivers and Barriers (Working Title)  

Anika Marie Kennaugh, MBA

Thema der Dissertation:
White Collar Teaching – Bi-Directional Value Creation through Practitioners in Higher Education 

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Within a business context the term sustainability considers economical, ecological and social pillars. It is connected to the believe that negative environmental impacts of professional activities of organizations are reduced. In this sense, scholars underline the efficiency of innovating business models in order to create more sustainability. Thus, business models might serve as a market device to unfold the innovation potential regarding sustainability, and hence, act as a mediator for sustainable business models. Hence, it is pivotal to take a strategic view on the drivers and barriers of sustainable business models. The dissertation seeks to identify the key drivers and barriers to sustainable business model innovation. Its contribution is to present ideas how organizations can foster drivers and overcome barriers while adapting sustainable business models. Based on this, a focus is also on the topic of how organizations assess the performance of innovated sustainable business models. 

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Her dissertation project seeks to answer if, and if so how, dual academics work successfully and how they can help co-create value in a bi-directional flow. The concept of dual students is present in academia and has found it’s very own justification throughout the last years. However, with universities and industries alike developing a third mission, which is to properly interlink themselves in order to create better synergies and value, the question for dual academics arises. The research aims to equally profit from and inform discussions with decision makers in academia, industry and public policy.

Tim Mosig, M.Sc.

Thema der Dissertation:
Data-Driven Business Model Innovation: About Barriers and New Perspectives (working title) 

Paul Pfister, M.Sc.

Thema der Dissertation:
Return on Digitization –The added value and benefits of digitizing small and medium market businesses

Sina Plietzsch, M.A.

Thema der Dissertation:
Mindfulness as innovative educational approach to foster sustainable development
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Abstract

Today, data are increasing in importance for firms trying to create and maintain a competitive advantage. As value creation is highly dependent on this key resource, data, the necessity of re-designing firms’ business models arises. The thesis contributes a distinct set of barriers to data-driven business model innovation showing how data-related, technology-related, aversions and regulatory hurdles are the most challenging. Furthermore, these findings are discussed and developed identifying the necessity for a change in companies’ firm-centered perspectives on business. Hence, the thesis proposes a model of data-driven business ecosystems that aims to guide for conducting successful business in a data-driven world.

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His dissertation project seeks to analyze the added value and benefit of a digital transformation within small to medium sized enterprises (SME). Main objectives are to understand added values, use cases and varieties of the digital transformation for SMEs and to identify advantages and future potential of digital processes. His doctoral thesis will make recommendations if, when and how the digital transformation can lower costs, minimize the susceptibility to errors in processes, increase revenues and customer satisfaction. In the end, Paul’s purpose is to calculate an exact measurable ‚Return on Digitization‘. The research aims to equally profit from discussions with academics as well as with entrepreneurs in the German midmarket and the wider industry.

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Humanity is confronted with increasing and more complex sustainability challenges. To counteract these, Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) is indispensable. Yet, there is still no unanimous answer through which educational methods this could be achieved. This is the reason why new ways to implement ESD must be sought and tested to realize a long-lasting change. Especially less obvious, but potentially very effective areas of intervention such as mindfulness have come increasingly into focus as a promising strategy for the change towards Sustainable Development (SD). However, despite the promising potential, few attempts have been made to explicitly explore and empirically validate the correlation between mindfulness and SD.

Dörte Schulte-Derner, M.A.

Thema der Dissertation:
Impact of managerial behaviour concerning digital innovations on productivity

Tobias Schuster, M.Sc.

Thema der Dissertation:
The Dynamics of Digital Leadership – A Validated Model for Sustained Organizational Performance 

Thomas Trabert, M.Sc.

Thema der Dissertation:
The role of the human factor in digital value creation: Empowering for digital transformation

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His dissertation project analyzes the effects of digital leadership approaches on different outcome dimensions of organizations. The project aims to deliver a model which explains the dynamics of these approaches on an organizational level. The research insights contribute to a better understanding regarding the influence of digital leadership on technology-driven change effects. These insights can prove valuable both for research and practical outlets, especially in context of the prime topic of digital transformation. Besides technology and process innovation, a high component of leadership deployment is required to actively engage employees in the digital transformation process. By providing a “blueprint” of effective digital leadership approaches, this thesis seeks to support organizations to ultimately capture strategic value of their digital transformation initiatives.

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His thesis analyzes the connections between human work and the human factor in the course of digital value creation. Starting from the necessary competences that employees need to open up new business areas, the barriers in the implementation of new technologies will be worked out from the human perspective. These interactions are considered with the HTO-approach and the necessary requirements for digital work design are derived from this. Only through a human-centred approach that is consistently developed in a process model can the potential and implementation of digital technologies contribute to digital value creation.

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