Doctoral Candidates

Managing the Complexity of Digital Transformation : How Multiple Concurrent Initiatives Foster Hybrid Ambidexterity
in: Electronic Markets, 2022
Jöhnk, Jan
Ollig, Philipp
Rövekamp, Patrick
Oesterle, Severin
How Dr. Oetker’s Digital Platform Strategy Evolved to Include Cross-Platform Orchestration
in: MIS Quarterly Executive, 2022
Rövekamp, Patrick
Ollig, Philipp
Buhl, Hans Ulrich
Keller, Robert
Obstacles to Demand Response : Why Industrial Companies Do Not Adapt Their PowerConsumption to Volatile Power Generation
in: Energy Policy, 2022
Leinauer, Christina
Schott, Paul
Fridgen, Gilbert
Keller, Robert
Ollig, Philipp
Weibelzahl, Martin
Pathways to Developing Digital Capabilities within Entrepreneurial Initiatives in Pre-Digital Organizations : A Single Case Study
in: Business & Information Systems Engineering, 2022
Keller, Robert
Ollig, Philipp
Rövekamp, Patrick
Security First, Security by Design, or Security Pragmatism : Strategic Roles of It Security in Digitalization Projects
in: Computers & Security, 2022
Ollig, Philipp
Guggenmos, Florian
Stahl, Bastian
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
The Complexity of Digital Transformation : Conceptualizing Multiple Concurrent Initiatives
in: Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI), GITO Verlag, Berlin, 2020
Jöhnk, Jan
Oesterle, Severin
Ollig, Philipp
Riedel, Lena-Nicole
Decoupling, Information Technology, and the Tradeoff between Organizational Reliability and Organizational Agility
in: Proceedings of the 27th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Uppsala, Sweden, 2019
Keller, Robert
Ollig, Philipp
Fridgen, Gilbert

Ollig Philipp

Curriculum Vitae
Philipp Ollig studied information-oriented business administration (Bachelor of Science) at the University of Augsburg. He then enrolled in the elite graduate program Finance & Information Management (Master of Science with honors) at the Technical University of Munich, the University of Augsburg, and the University of Bayreuth. In 2018, he was visiting researcher at the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame with Prof. Nicholas Berente. Philipp gained numerous practical experiences, for example at Senacor Technologies AG (IT consulting) and at ZEISS Digital Innovation Partner (digital unit) in Munich. At the FIM Research Center and the project group Business & Information Systems Engineering of Fraunhofer FIT, he started as a research assistant in April 2012 and is a Doctoral Candidate since January 2019.
Main Research
Within his research, Philipp Ollig deals with questions in the field of strategic IT management and with topics related to the agility and reliability of IT organizations.
Publications
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