Beiträge auf der 52. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2019)

Die Professur für Anwendungssysteme und E-Business ist mit zwei Beiträgen auf der 52. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) vertreten:

Jan Moritz Anke präsentiert den Beitrag: "What Drives a Successful Adoption of E-Learning Modules for Sustainable Management? An Empirical Investigation of Influencing Factors and Challenges".
In dem Beitrag werden Einflussfaktoren sowie Herausforderungen des Einsatzes von E-Learning Modulen für das nachhaltige Wirtschaften dargestellt.

  • Abstract: In order to have corporations contributing to the environmental and social challenges of the coming years, employees have to develop competences for sustainable management. These competences are necessary to reduce environmental impacts of production or to increase efficiency in terms of energy consumption. In this context, E-Learning modules can offer learner-centered scenarios in which employees can simulate the consequences of their decisions and thereby develop competences for sustainable management. However, such modules focusing on sustainable management have not been used widely. Therefore, the aim of this paper is to investigate the determinants of a successful adoption and the challenges facing this adoption process of E-Learning modules for sustainable management. To achieve this aim, we conducted a literature review and a qualitative interview study. Thereby, we identified eleven general and eight specific influencing factors as well as twelve related challenges that affect the adoption of E-Learning modules for sustainable management.

  • Raphael Meyer von Wolff präsentiert den Beitrag: "How May I Help You? - State of the Art and Open Research Questions for Chatbots at the Digital Workplace".
    In dem Beitrag wird der aktuelle Stand der Forschung zum Einsatz von Chatbots am digitalen Büroarbeitsplatz untersucht. Basierend auf den Ergebnissen werden bestehende Forschungslücken aufgezeigt und in der Zukunft zu adressierende Forschungsfragen abgeleitet.

    • Abstract: Chatbots become quite hyped in recent times as they can provide an intuitive and easy-to-use natural language human-computer interface. Nevertheless, they are not yet widespread in enterprises. Corresponding application areas for collaboration at digital work-places are lacking and prior research contributions on this topic are limited. In this research paper, we aim at surveying the state of the art as well as showing future research topics. Thus, we conducted a structured literature review and showed that only few first research contributions exist. We also outline current potentials and objectives of chatbot applications. In the discussion of the results of our structured literature review, we show that research gaps are present. To tackle the research gaps, we derive open research questions.