In the digital age, organizations must continually innovate with digital technologies in order to succeed over time. This innovation involves the generation of digital products and services that enable fundamental changes to organizations (digital innovation) and the consequent fundamental changes to organizations, organizational networks and industries (digital transformation). These innovations are often created and realized through new ventures either in startups or existing organizations (digital entrepreneurship). The goal of this mini-track is to examine the nexus between digital technologies, consequent innovation and entrepreneurial action by offering a venue for original and innovative research that focuses on digital technologies, associated innovation, and related entrepreneurial activities and forms.

Track Chairs:
Kathryn Brohman, Queen’s University, kathryn.brohman@queensu.ca
Robert Gregory, University of Miami, rwgregory@miami.edu
Schedule

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2022
Wednesday, August 10th
12:00 AM

AI Acquisition in Question: Process Improvement and Process Innovation

Yevgen Bogodistov, Management Center Innsbruck
Jürgen Moormann, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

12:00 AM

Building Dynamic Capabilities through Digital Innovation Units? - An analysis of their contribution and the spill-over effects to the main organization

Annalena Lorson, Hasso Plattner Institute

12:00 AM

Does a CDO enhance Company Inventiveness? An Empirical Study on new Managerial Positions and Innovation

Ruben R Salas, INCAE Business School
Carla Fernandez-Corrales, INCAE Business School

12:00 AM

Entrepreneurial Support Systems in the Digital Era: A Taxonomy of Digital Company Builders

Ferdinand Mittermeier, University of Bamberg
Axel Hund, Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences
Daniel Beimborn, University of Bamberg

12:00 AM

Exploration of Ideas for Sustaining Digital Innovation Management: A Case Study in the Ostrobothnia Region of Finland

Duong Dang, University of Vaasa
Juho-Pekka Mäkipää, University of Vaasa
Teemu Mäenpää, University of Vaasa
Tomi A. Pasanen, University of Vaasa

12:00 AM

Open Innovation via Open Source: Collaboration of Companies to Infuse Automobiles with Digital Technologies

Vinod Kumar Ahuja, University of Nebraska Omaha
Nikolai Kazantsev, University of Exeter
Ralf Plattfaut, Fachhochschule Südwestfalen

12:00 AM

Product Design And Success in A Platform Ecosystem

Sungyong Um, National University of Singapore
Gary Templeton, West Virginia
Martin Kang, Mississippi State University

12:00 AM

PUMA - A Java Application for Pattern-based Business Model Adaptation

Ricarda Schlimbach, Technische Universität Braunschweig
Sören Christmann, Technische Universität Braunschweig
Susanne Robra-Bissantz, Technische Universität Braunschweig

12:00 AM

Strategic Responses to the COVID Pandemic: Empirical Evidence of Shifts in Digital Transformation Strategy

Kristian Norling, University of Gothenburg
Johan Magnusson, University of Gothenburg
Tomas Lindroth, University of Gothenburg
Jacob Torell, University of Gothenburg

12:00 AM

The Early Stage of Digital Technology Adoption: What Are the Key Activities for Identifying Digital Innovations?

Patrizia Orth, University of Applied Sciences Mainz

12:00 AM

The role of information systems in creating technological entrepreneurship of Polish high-tech companies

Korpysa Jaroslaw, University of Szczecin
Lopatka Agnieszka, University of Szczecin

12:00 AM

The Role of Sunk Costs in Digitalization – Empirical Evidence from Accounting and Finance

Patrick Sven Ulrich, Aalen University
Robert Rieg, Aalen University

12:00 AM

Transitioning from Use to Effective Use of Digital Innovation Platforms for Development: An Evergreen Discussion

Josue Kuika Watat, University of Oslo

12:00 AM

Using Distributed Ledger Technologies to Support Complex Supply Chains

Christian Finke, University of Goettingen
Pascal Freier, ContiTech AG
Matthias Schumann, University of Goettingen

12:00 AM

Value Drivers of Artificial Intelligence

Timo Phillip Böttcher, Technical University of Munich
Michael Weber, Technical University of Munich
Jörg Weking, Technical University of Munich
Andreas Hein, Technical University of Munich
Helmut Krcmar, Technical University of Munich

12:00 AM

Why do Digital Platforms succeed or fail? - A Literature Review on Success and Failure Factors

Leon Özcan, Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Paderborn University
Christian Koldewey, Paderborn University
Estelle Duparc, TU Dortmund University
Hendrik van der Valk, TU Dortmund University
Boris Otto, TU Dortmund University
Roman Dumitrescu, Fraunhofer IEM

12:00 AM