Michael Schermann
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Systematische Überführung von kundenspezifischen IT-Lösungen in integrierte Produkt-Dienstleistungsbausteine mit der SCORE-Methode
T Böhmann, P Langer, M Schermann
Wirtschaftsinformatik 50 (3), 196-207, 2008
692008
Big data
M Schermann, H Hemsen, C Buchmüller, T Bitter, H Krcmar, V Markl, ...
Business & Information Systems Engineering 6 (5), 261-266, 2014
642014
Towards a research method for theory-driven design research
A Gehlert, M Schermann, K Pohl, H Krcmar
9. Internationale Tagung Wirtschaftsinformatik 9, 441-450, 2009
622009
The role of Transaction Cost Economics in Information Technology Outsourcing research: A meta-analysis of the choice of contract type
M Schermann, K Dongus, P Yetton, H Krcmar
The Journal of Strategic Information Systems 25 (1), 32-48, 2016
582016
The Role of Information Systems in Supporting Exploitative and Exploratory Management Control Activities
M Schermann, M Wiesche, H Krcmar
Journal of Management Accounting Research, 2012
46*2012
Six principles for governing mobile platforms
J Manner, D Nienaber, M Schermann, H Krcmar
11th international conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik. o. V., Leipzig, 1375 …, 2013
412013
A Situational Perspective on Workarounds in IT-enabled business processes: A multiple case study
N Röder, M Wiesche, M Schermann
European Conference on Information Systems, 2014
402014
Why managers tolerate workarounds–the role of information systems
N Röder, M Wiesche, M Schermann, H Krcmar
352014
Better Place: A Case Study of the Reciprocal Relations between Sustainability and Service
A Wolfson, D Tavor, S Mark, M Schermann, H Krcmar
Service Science 3 (2), 172-181, 2011
312011
S3-Sustainability and Services Science: Novel Perspective and Challenge
A Wolfson, D Tavor, S Mark, M Schermann, H Krcmar
Service Science 2 (4), 216-224, 2010
302010
Workaround Aware Business Process Modeling.
N Röder, M Wiesche, M Schermann, H Krcmar
Wirtschaftsinformatik, 482-496, 2015
282015
Governance for mobile service platforms: A literature review and research agenda
J Manner, D Nienaber, M Schermann, H Krcmar
International Conference on Mobile Business, Paper 14, 2012
282012
Explicating design theories with conceptual models: Towards a theoretical role of reference models
M Schermann, T Böhmann, H Krcmar
Wissenschaftstheorie und gestaltungsorientierte Wirtschaftsinformatik, 175-194, 2009
282009
Determinants of vendor profitability in two contractual regimes: an empirical analysis of enterprise resource planning projects
S Hoermann, T Hlavka, M Schermann, H Krcmar
Journal of Information Technology 30 (4), 325-336, 2015
252015
Innovationspotentialanalyse für die neuen Technologien für das Verwalten und Analysieren von großen Datenmengen (Big Data Management)
V Markl, A Löser, T Hoeren, H Krcmar, H Hemsen, M Schermann, ...
212013
Understanding the Role of Information Technology for Organizational Control Design: Risk Control as New Control Mechanism
M Wiesche, M Schermann, H Krcmar
Governance and Sustainability in Information Systems. Managing the Transfer …, 2011
192011
Bringing life into references process models: A participatory approach for identifying, discussing, and resolving model adaptations
M Schermann, M Prilla, H Krcmar, T Herrmann
Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik 2008, 343, 2008
182008
Fostering the evaluation of reference models: Application and extension of the concept of IS design theories
M Schermann, T Böhmann, H Krcmar
8. Internationale Tagung Wirtschaftsinformatik 2, 181-198, 2007
182007
Comparing risks in individual software development and standard software implementation projects: A Delphi study
S Hoermann, M Aust, M Schermann, H Krcmar
2012 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 4884-4893, 2012
172012
Patterns for understanding control requirements for information systems for governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC IS)
M Wiesche, C Berwing, M Schermann, H Krcmar
International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, 208-217, 2011
162011
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