Research group Process Innovation and Information Systems
Our research group studies how digitalisation can add value to organisations. Innovations such as cloud computing, big data, blockchain and e-business are emerging at a rapid pace. As a commercial or non-profit organisation, how do you respond to these technological innovations?
Lines of research within the research group
In this line of research, we study the possibilities that technological developments (such as big data, blockchain, robotisation, AI and e-business) can offer companies. How should new IT-driven business models be translated into processes and information provision?
In this line of research, we study what an organisation needs to perform a digital transformation in a technically successful manner. What IT skills are needed in the future to arrive at targeted information for strategic decision-making? Which IT skills are needed in the future for specific professional roles?
Circular Business Model Maturation in Logistics
The objective of this research is to determine how circular business models in logistics develop and mature.
- BPM Maturity and Digital Leadership: An exploratory study
- Blockchain for Organic Food Traceability Case Studies on Drivers and Challenges
- Factors Affecting the Adoption of Self-Service Technology (SST) in the Public Sector An Empirical Examination of Housing Corporations
Our research group connects research with education. We conduct practice-based research in collaboration with students from different institutes, at both bachelor's and master's degree levels.
Exin Foundation, IIma.org and Centre of Expertise: Smart Sustainable Cities