My research spans three areas. First, I contribute to the discourse on the changing nature of work and organizing, theorizing how technology facilitates and mediates novel work practices. Second, I work on bridging the gap between computational methods and process theorizing, especially advancing the theory-driven analysis of digital traces data. Third, I use econometric methods to assess the broader impact of society’s algorithmification—for example, the dialectics between data-driven business innovation and employee or consumer rights.
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I teach various topics in information management, IT projects & business cases, IT strategy, changing nature of work and organizing, digital transformation, algorithmic management, and artificial intelligence
I have received my Ph.D from the University of Münster, Germany, Master of Science from University of Münster, Germany, Bachelor of Science from IT & Business School (IBS) Oldenburg, Germany, Software Developer Specialisation from Industrie- und Handelskammer (IHK) Oldenburg, Germany,