Developing IS Leaders through Integrated Teaching Processes – Design and Engineering of a Product-Service System

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Titel: Developing IS Leaders through Integrated Teaching Processes – Design and Engineering of a Product-Service System
Autor(en): Boehm, Matthias
Stolze, Carl
Ludwig, Sven
Müller, Heidrun Jessica
Thomas, Oliver
Zusammenfassung: In today’s world, no company can survive without innovation and nearly all modern forms of innovation relay on IT in some way. It is the task of IS professionals, to cope with these trends and enable innovation. New teaching approaches are said to be required in order to empower IS professionals to become leaders in their business. The purpose of this paper is show how integrated teaching processes for developing IS leaders can do so. A combination of a Design Science Research (DSR) approach and a Product-Service Systems (PSS) Engineering Method is used to develop and evaluate this teaching approach. We present the product model, process models for the approach and a prototype that supports the processes as well as we explain the concept of integrated modules. The approach is evaluated by application in reality. Results show the usefulness of both, the applied methodology and the approach itself for research and practice.
Bibliografische Angaben: Living Lab Business Process Management Research Report, Nr. 3, Oliver Thomas (Hrsg.), Osnabrück, Living Lab BPM e.V., 2013
URL: https://repositorium.ub.uni-osnabrueck.de/handle/urn:nbn:de:gbv:700-2013052910863
ISSN: 2193–777X
Schlagworte: Chief Information Officer; Technology Manager; Continuing Executive Education; Design Science; Product-Service Systems (PSS) Engineering
Erscheinungsdatum: 29-Mai-2013
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