Phil Hennel

Phil Hennel
University of Cologne | UOC · Cologne Institute for Information Systems (CIIS)

M.Sc. Information Systems

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September 2017 - present
University of Cologne
Position
  • Research Assistant
Education
October 2015 - August 2021
University of Cologne
Field of study
  • Information Systems
October 2013 - September 2015
University of Cologne
Field of study
  • Information Systems
October 2010 - September 2013
University of Cologne
Field of study
  • Information Systems

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Publications (19)
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The ability of organizations to sense and respond to changes–defined as organizational agility–is considered by senior executives among their top information technology (IT) concerns as an important ability for organizations on their quest toward sustained competitive advantage. However, every transformation toward agility also comes at a cost, req...
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One constitutional part of project management is the management of teams, their actions, and their social mechanisms. Team processes, behavior, and agile practices used by team members play important parts in the success of projects. To reap benefits from these highly interactive and social-focused practices, team members need to feel safe to speak...
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Agile methods are increasingly popular-in information system development and in general. The process of transformation hard and the inherent barriers for successful transformation are high. To successfully transform a team or a whole organization, the threats, barriers and the overall process have to be known. In this paper, we derive a lifecycle m...
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Agile software development (ASD) strongly relies on social interaction and teamwork. Team processes and agile practices adopted by team members play an important part for the outcome of software development projects. Agile practices promise teams to be able to respond to change by granting them autonomy. Existing studies, however, imply that these...
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Open source software is increasingly becoming platform-based, thereby evolving and depending on an ecosystem of third-party developers and their contributions in the form of modules. Thus, platform-based open source software ecosystems (POSSE) are structured based on social networks formed by the relationships between third-party developers as well...
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After more than 15 years since the Agile Manifesto and extensive research on agile software development (ASD) for nearly three decades, a comprehensive body of knowledge is available and is constantly growing. ASD is considered an effective way for managing software development projects in environments characterized by rapidly changing requirements...
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After more than 15 years since the Agile Manifesto and extensive research on agile information systems development for nearly three decades, a comprehensive body of knowledge is available and is constantly growing. Agile information systems development is considered an effective way for managing information systems development projects in environme...
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Information system development is largely dependent on social interaction and team work. Team processes and behavior among, as well as agile practices used by, team members play an important part for the success of information system development projects. To reap benefits from the highly interactive and social practices of agile information systems...
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Information system development is largely dependent on social interaction and team work. Team composition, team processes, and behavior among, as well as agile practices used by team members play an important role for the success of information system development projects. Especially team resilience, the capacity to recover quickly from crises, is...
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After more than 15 years since the Agile Manifesto and extensive research on agile information system development (AISD), a comprehensive body of knowledge is available and is constantly growing. AISD is considered an effective way for managing ISD projects in environments characterized by rapidly changing requirements. This study aims to shed ligh...
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Information system development has traditionally been accompanied by changing requirements throughout projects. While recent research clarifies how time pressure affects team performance, the interplay between time pressure, requirements changes, and various other important factors such as team diversity is unclear. In this paper, we evaluate a nov...
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Information system development is largely dependent on social interaction and team work. Team composition, team processes, and behavior among, as well as agile practices used by team members play an important role for the success of information system development projects. Organizational psychology research found team diversity and collective intel...
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This study illuminates the role of client– vendor communication in relation to project performance and client satisfaction in information system projects. Results from a field study with managers on the client side suggest that both process and product performance positively influence the confirmation of expectations; however, process expectations...
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Information system development is largely dependent on social interaction and team work. Team composition, team processes, and behavior among, and agile practices used by team members play an important role for the success of information system development projects. Organizational psychology research found team diversity and collective intelligence...
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Divergences between perception and measurement of information system (IS) project success are phenomena known as successful failures or failed successes. Such projects either satisfy stakeholder expectations or are completed according to their plans, but do not succeed in both terms. Based on expectation-confirmation theory, we advance the understa...
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By augmenting the real world with virtual information, Augmented Reality (AR) provides new possibilities for education. Although AR is frequently applied in educational environments, the value of AR applications in these environments is not yet investigated in its entirety. Additionally, educators face different directions of AR applications, which...

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