Doctoral Candidates

Organizational Readiness for Digital Intrapreneurship : Towards the Design of an Assessment Tool
presented at: 30th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Timișoara, Romania, 2022
Pätzmann, Lena-Marie
Bitzer, Michael
Back, Andrea
Everything Is IT, but IT Is Not Everything : What Incumbents Do to Manage Digital Transformation Towards Continuous Change
in: Proceedings of the 42th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2021), s.l., 2021
Bitzer, Michael
Jöhnk, Jan
Urbach, Nils
Hinsen, Silvana
Empathy for Hackers : An IT Security Risk Assessment Artifact for Targeted Hacker Attacks
in: Proceedings 29th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), s.l., 2021
Bitzer, Michael
Stahl, Bastian
Strobel, Jaqueline
Disentangling the Concept of Information Security Properties : Enabling Effective Information Security Governance
in: Proceedings of the 29th European Conference on Informations Systems (ECIS), Marrakech, Morocco, 2021
Bitzer, Michael
Brinz, Nicolas
Ollig, Philipp
Toward an Economically Optimal Team Design in IT-related Innovation Projects
in: International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management, 2020
Bitzer, Michael
Bürger, Olga
Häckel, Björn
Voit, Christian
Approaching Digital Transformation : Development of a Multi-Dimensional Maturity Model
in: Proceedings of the 28th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS),, Virtual Conference, 2020
Berger, Stephan
Bitzer, Michael
Häckel, Björn
Voit, Christian
Smart Devices erfolgreich in Produktionsprozesse integrieren
Bitzer, Michael
Kleylein-Feuerstein, Joachim
König, Ulrich Matthias
Röglinger, Maximilian
Urbach, Nils
Wenninger, Annette

Michael Bitzer

Curriculum Vitae
Michael Bitzer studied Business (Bachelor of Science) at the Corporate State University Heidenheim. During his bachelor studies, he spent a semester abroad at the Bond University (Australia). After one year as a project manager at ESTA Apparatebau, he joined the master program information-oriented business (Master of Science) of the University of Augsburg in 2016. Michael gained further practical experience at Faurecia (automotive supplier) as a working student in the field of digital transformation. He started working at the FIM Research Center as a research assistant in August 2018 and is a Doctoral Candidate since February 2020.
Main Research
In his research, Michael Bitzer deals with topics in the field of digital transformation and explores how this digital transformation can be planned and performed with respect to social and ecological perspective.
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