Konstantin L. Wilms

Konstantin L. Wilms
University of Duisburg-Essen | uni-due · Abteilung Informatik und Angewandte Kognitionswissenschaft

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Organizations are collecting large amounts of data that are generated by internet-connected devices in people’s homes. This raises questions regarding online privacy and data security. A common concern is that online advertisements are personalized based on conversations that have unknowingly been recorded by people’s smart devices. The present art...
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Research data management (RDM) is an important prerequisite for a substantial and sustainable contribution to knowledge. There is a pressing need to examine why researchers hesitate to store, annotate, share and manage their research data. To model underlying psychological factors influencing researchers’ refusal to conduct RDM, the social exchange...
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Academic research generates increasing amounts of data that needs to be shared between collaborators, made publicly accessible and/or archived for the long term, all while respecting applicable regulations on topics such as data protection. Good research data management (RDM) is challenging, and despite the growing number of available technical sol...
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E-science technologies have significantly increased the availability of data. Research grant providers such as the European Union increasingly require open access publishing of research results and data. However, despite its significance to research, the adoption rate of open data technology remains low across all disciplines, especially in Europe...
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In this study, we first show that while both the perceived usefulness and perceived enjoyment of enterprise social networks impact employees' intentions for continuous participation, the utilitarian value significantly outpaces its hedonic value. Second, we prove that the network's utilitarian value is constituted by its digital infrastructure char...
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Die Relevanz von Dienstleistungsinnovationen hat in letzter Zeit erheblich an Bedeutung gewonnen. Dies gilt gleichermaßen für den spezifischen Fall industrienaher Dienstleistungen. Die dezidierte Entwicklung innovativer Dienstleistungen stellt gerade kleine und mittlere Unternehmen (KMU) vor besondere Herausforderungen, da sie häufig nur über einge...
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In this study, we first show that while both the perceived usefulness and perceived enjoyment of enterprise social networks impact employees' intentions for continuous participation, the utilitarian value significantly outpaces its hedonic value. Second, we prove that the network's utilitarian value is constituted by its digital infrastructure char...
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Zusammenfassung Der erfolgreiche Wissensaustausch innerhalb von Unternehmen und Organisationen ist mittlerweile zu einem wichtigen Erfolgsfaktor im Wettbewerb geworden. Um den Wissensaustausch innerhalb der eigenen Grenzen zu fördern und bestehendes Wissen zu bewahren setzten immer mehr Unternehmen daher auf den Einsatz von Kommunikations- und Koll...
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Open data-a concept, where researchers not only publish their findings in form of research publications but share the corresponding (raw) data sets-has gained increasing attention within the past years. One reason for the increasing popularity is the emergence of new e-science technologies in higher education (HE) making the exchange of data more a...
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Although there exists a lot of research dealing with the adaptation and continuous usage of information systems, the final phase of the IS lifecycle, namely the termination phase, has solely received little attention up to now. Thus, scant attention was paid to scenarios where users showed discontinuous usage behavior and decided to stop the usage...
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Why do users quit using an IT system? This paper focuses on the last sequence of the Information Systems lifecycle, namely the termination phase. The authors discuss the termination phase in the context of social-psychological findings on real world relationships where partners break up their ties. Different parameters are measured that influence u...
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The ongoing digitalization of academic work processes has led to a shift in academic work culture where researchers are supposed to take on more responsibility in term of adequate data management. Third party funding institutions as well as high class journals are increasingly asking for standardized data management processes and started to set up...
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A high degree of innovation is becoming a decisive factor for companies aiming at sustainable competitive advantages. New methods of innovation have become increasingly important in practice. Using such methods in globally operating teams requires location-and time-independent solutions such as web-based collaboration tools. This paper evaluates th...
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A high degree of innovation is becoming a decisive factor for companies aiming at sustainable competitive advantages. New methods of innovation have become increasingly important in practice. Using such methods in globally operating teams requires location- and time-independent solutions such as web-based collaboration tools. This paper evaluates t...
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Digital transformation refers to changes that digital technologies cause and that influence various aspects of human life. Previous researchers mainly focused on the impact of the digital transformation in the context of commercial organisations and business processes. In this study, we aim to examine how digital transformation affects universities...
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Despite the fact that enterprise social software solutions such as IBM Connections and Microsoft Sharepoint are able to increase the communication as well as the collaboration among employees, companies are constantly confronted with the necessity to improve their employees' motivation to interact with the system. Since gamification has been identi...
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The digitalization of research processes has led to a vast amount of data. Since third-party funding institutions progressively set standards and requirements regarding the handling of such data, research data management has become important in the context of international research collaboration projects. Simultaneously, adequate collaboration syst...
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Social software solutions in enterprises such as IBM Connections are said to have the potential to support communication and collaboration among employees. However, companies are faced to manage the adoption of such collaborative tools and therefore need to raise the employees' acceptance and motivation. To solve these problems, developers started...

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The goal of DETHIS is to enable and promote a lasting and significant enhancement of the innovation capabilities of SME that provide industrial services. Therefore, the project develops and evaluates a design-thinking approach that is specifically designed for industrial services, a method toolkit and a supportive computer-based innovation platform.
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Development of Guidelines for Research Data Management Infrastructures in Higher Education
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Due to the proliferation of digital data in science, research data management (RDM) is becoming increasingly important for the utilization, preservation and disclosure of research results. However, RDM is being only rudimentarily implemented and recent publications imply only minor attention towards RDM by scholars in the majority of research fields. In this project, we examine to what extent RDM is prevalent within the scientific community, and discuss how researchers conceive their role in creating, maintaining, and benefiting from large shared data management resources.