Digital Innovation, Transformation and Entrepreneurship (DITE)
DURATION AND TIME
Every Monday 9.00 – 11:30am ET, between February 6 and April 26. Total duration: Ten sessions a 2.5 hours plus preparation plus paper development. The seminar will be held online via Zoom. Attendance of all sessions is expected.
This doctoral seminar on digital innovation, transformation, and entrepreneurship is designed to help doctoral students:
- become familiar with the main research streams and contributing scholars in digital innovation, transformation, and entrepreneurship;
- develop a personal perspective on these topics; and
- explore their relationship to other intellectual streams in management disciplines such, as information systems, operations, marketing, strategy and entrepreneurship.
In addition to covering a subset of the IS digital innovation, transformation, and entrepreneurship research literature, the seminar also covers relevant foundations of innovation, transformation, entrepreneurship scholarship that will assist the participants in developing and writing a seminar paper.
The syllabus can be found here.
REGISTRATION AND APPLICATION
Class size is limited. To register your interest, please fill out this form. You will need to include a short recommendation letter from your advisor or supervisor to apply. The deadline for application is 31 January 2023.
How to Publish in A-Journals (every Summer Semester)
Publishing your research in so-called “A-journals” is tough. Designing and conducting an original study with a good idea is not enough, you also need to publish your findings to be successful as a researcher. The goal of this PhD Course is to develop your academic publishing skills and learn how to write good research articles such that they meet requirements of “A-journals” in terms of theoretical contributions, problematization, methodological rigor and interestingness. Your learning objective is to develop your skills in appreciating, critiquing, and composing research articles in business and management disciplines. The course will allow you to develop and improve your skills in publishing your current and future research findings in targeted at top-level scientific journals.
The PhD Course is taught in a seminar style where we present, discuss, and critique seminal guidelines, apply what we have learned to improve and extend our own publishing skills, and work together to reach a deeper understanding of academic publishing practice.
The syllabus can be found here. Registration is mandatory via STiNE.