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Open Access 24.05.2023 | Research Paper

Content Creators Between Platform Control and User Autonomy

The Role of Algorithms and Revenue Sharing

Content creators generate and upload content on social media platforms. If these platforms have a revenue-sharing policy, content creators earn income from advertising revenue. This income is heavily dependent on the distribution of the content …

verfasst von:
Tatjana Hödl, Thomas Myrach

Open Access 24.05.2023 | Catchword

Algorithmic Accountability

Advancements in technology have led to the widespread adoption of machine learning (ML) algorithms in almost all areas of society (e.g., shaping customer experiences through recommendations, and supporting organizational activities through …

verfasst von:
David Horneber, Sven Laumer

Open Access 22.05.2023 | Research Paper

IT Professionals in the Gig Economy

The Success of IT Freelancers on Digital Labor Platforms

When IT work is performed through digital labor markets, IT professionals have a high degree of personal responsibility for their careers and must use appropriate strategies to be successful. This paper investigates the success of IT freelancers …

verfasst von:
Lisa Gussek, Manuel Wiesche

Open Access 22.05.2023 | Catchword

Data Portability

Many markets for online services such as social media, search, social messaging, or commerce have developed into skewed playing fields, where a small number of dominant online service providers (OSPs) have gained enormous economic and epistemic …

verfasst von:
Johann Kranz, Sophie Kuebler-Wachendorff, Emmanuel Syrmoudis, Jens Grossklags, Stefan Mager, Robert Luzsa, Susanne Mayr

Open Access 22.05.2023 | Research Paper

A Reference System Architecture with Data Sovereignty for Human-Centric Data Ecosystems

Since the European information economy faces insufficient access to and joint utilization of data, data ecosystems increasingly emerge as economical solutions in B2B environments. Contrarily, in B2C ambits, concepts for sharing and monetizing …

verfasst von:
Simon Scheider, Florian Lauf, Frederik Möller, Boris Otto

Open Access 15.05.2023 | Discussion

How Can the BISE Community Promote Tech Startups?

Steffi Haag …

verfasst von:
Steffi Haag, Christina Chase, Gesa Miczaika, Kathrin Möslein, Dennis Steininger, Rüdiger Zarnekow, Joris van Bohemen

Open Access 12.05.2023 | Research Paper

Disentangling Human-AI Hybrids

Conceptualizing the Interworking of Humans and AI-Enabled Systems

Artificial intelligence (AI) offers great potential in organizations. The path to achieving this potential will involve human-AI interworking, as has been confirmed by numerous studies. However, it remains to be explored which direction this …

verfasst von:
Lukas Fabri, Björn Häckel, Anna Maria Oberländer, Marius Rieg, Alexander Stohr

Open Access 06.05.2023 | Research Paper

Model-Based Cybersecurity Analysis

Extending Enterprise Modeling to Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity

Critical infrastructure (CIs) such as power grids link a plethora of physical components from many different vendors to the software systems that control them. These systems are constantly threatened by sophisticated cyber attacks. The need to …

verfasst von:
Yuning Jiang, Manfred A. Jeusfeld, Jianguo Ding, Elin Sandahl

Open Access 21.04.2023 | Research Paper

Explanatory Interactive Machine Learning

Establishing an Action Design Research Process for Machine Learning Projects

The most promising standard machine learning methods can deliver highly accurate classification results, often outperforming standard white-box methods. However, it is hardly possible for humans to fully understand the rationale behind the …

verfasst von:
Nicolas Pfeuffer, Lorenz Baum, Wolfgang Stammer, Benjamin M. Abdel-Karim, Patrick Schramowski, Andreas M. Bucher, Christian Hügel, Gernot Rohde, Kristian Kersting, Oliver Hinz

Open Access 13.04.2023 | Profile

Interview with Bettina Kohlrausch on “Home Office: Potential and Use”

verfasst von:
Alexander Maedche

Open Access 12.04.2023 | Editorial

Home Office: Working from a Private Place

verfasst von:
Claudia Mueller, Alexander Maedche, Gerhard Schwabe, Mark Ackerman, Volker Wulf

Open Access 11.04.2023 | Research Paper

Home (Office) is where your Heart is

Exploring the Identity of the ‘Corporate Nomad’ Knowledge Worker Archetype

Working conditions of knowledge workers have been subject to rapid change recently. Digital nomadism is no longer a phenomenon that relates only to entrepreneurs, freelancers, and gig workers. Corporate employees, too, have begun to uncouple their …

verfasst von:
Dr. Julian Marx, Prof. Dr. Stefan Stieglitz, Felix Brünker, Jun.-Prof. Dr. Milad Mirbabaie

Open Access 06.04.2023 | Catchword

Digital Therapeutics (DTx)

Apart from researching large-scale infrastructural technologies like electronic health records and health information exchanges, the field of healthcare IT is increasingly interested in exploring how individuals can play a more active role in …

verfasst von:
Daniel Fürstenau, Martin Gersch, Stefanie Schreiter

Open Access 04.04.2023 | Research Paper

Sociomateriality in Action

Theorizing Change in Sociomaterial Practices of Working from Home

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an enforced ‘big bang’ adoption of working from home, involving the rapid implementation and diffusion of digital collaboration technologies. This radical shift to enforced working from home led to substantial …

verfasst von:
Lena Waizenegger, Kai Schaedlich, Bill Doolin

Open Access 04.04.2023 | Research Paper

Consequences of Enterprise Social Media Network Positions for Employees

A Literature Review and Research Agenda

Employees often use enterprise social media (ESM) for communication, collaboration, and knowledge sharing, leading to ESM networks–that is, social networks of interrelated employees based on ESM. Many organizations possess ESM networks, and there …

verfasst von:
Sebastian Schötteler, Sven Laumer, Heidi Schuhbauer

Open Access 31.03.2023 | Research Paper

Keeping Your Maturity Assessment Alive

A Method for the Continuous Tracking and Assessment of Organizational Capabilities and Maturity

Maturity models are valuable management tools for assessing and managing capabilities and therefore creating a basis for their identification, prioritization, and further development. Numerous maturity assessment methods have been developed to …

verfasst von:
Christoph Stoiber, Maximilian Stöter, Ludwig Englbrecht, Stefan Schönig, Björn Häckel

Open Access 24.03.2023 | Research Paper

How Sociotechnical Realignment and Sentiments Concerning Remote Work are Related – Insights from the COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic forced sociotechnical systems (STS) to highly integrate remote work. Large-scale analyses show that the positivity of tweets about work from home decreased until COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the WHO and re-increased in …

verfasst von:
Vanessa Kohn, Muriel Frank, Roland Holten

Open Access 21.03.2023 | Research Paper

Social Support as Technostress Inhibitor

Even More Important During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Due to ongoing digitalization and the social distancing measures that came along with the COVID-19 pandemic, the working conditions and environments have changed for many individuals. Because of increased telework, the use of digital technologies …

verfasst von:
Julia Lanzl

Open Access 17.03.2023 | Research Paper

Teleworking in the Covid-19 Pandemic

The Effects of Life-Work Conflict on Job Outcomes and the Role of the IT Telework Environment

Teleworkers who live and work in the same space are vulnerable to conflicts between personal life and work (LWC). The Covid-19 lockdowns increased the intensity and risk of LWC and changed telework conditions, confronting teleworkers with …

verfasst von:
Christoph Weinert, Tim Weitzel

13.03.2023 | Research Paper

Working from Home with Flexible and Permeable Boundaries

Exploring the Role of Digital Workplace Tools for Job Satisfaction

The COVID-19 pandemic forced information workers across the world to work from home. This situation removes the physical boundary between work and home, impacting their work-life balance. How information workers configure the digital workplace …

verfasst von:
Isabella Seeber, Johannes Erhardt