Ehemalige Teammitglieder

Ehemalige Teammitglieder

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Jan Wernsdörfer

ehem. Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft

Jan Wernsdörfer, B. Sc.

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Seit Februar 2019: Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft am Lehrstuhl für Wirtschaftsinformatik und integrierte Informationssysteme der Universität Duisburg-Essen von Prof. Dr. Reinhard Schütte

Seit Oktober 2018: Studium der Wirtschaftsinformatik (M. Sc.) an der Universität Duisburg-Essen

Juli 2017 bis Oktober 2017: Trainee bei Hewlett Packard Enterprise im Worldwide Marketing for Network Functions in Palo Alto (CA), USA

September 2015 bis September 2018: Trainee bei Hewlett Packard Enterprise in den Bereichen des Sales, Presales und Anwendungsentwicklung

September 2015 bis September 2018: Studium der Wirtschaftsinformatik (B. Sc.) an der Dualen Hochschule Baden-Württemberg in Stuttgart

  •  Studienschwerpunkt: Application Management
  • Thema der Abschlussarbeit: Conception of a test procedure to determine the user experience of an Amazon Alexa based self-service system

Publikationen:

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  • Seufert, S.; Wulfert, T.; Wernsdörfer, J. E.: TOWARDS A REFERENCE VALUE CATALOGUE FOR A COMPANY-SPECIFIC ASSESSMENT OF THE IT BUSINESS VALUE –PROPOSING A TAXONOMY TO SELECT IT IMPACTS FROM EXISTING CATALOGUES.. In: Proceedings of the 29th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS). Marrakesh 2021. BIB DownloadDetails
  • Seufert, S.; Wulfert, T.; Wernsdörfer, J; Schütte, R.: A Literature-Based Derivation of a Meta-Framework for IT Business Value. In: Filipe, J.; Smialek, M.; Brodsky, A.; Hammoudi, S. (Hrsg.): Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS), Volume 2. SCITEPRESS – Science and Technology Publications, Online Streaming 2021, S. 291-302. BIB DownloadDetails

    The business value of IT in companies is a highly discussed topic in information systems research. While the IT business value is an agreed upon term, its decomposition and assessment on a more detailed level is ambiguous in literature and practice. However, assessing the IT business value is pivotal for goal-oriented IT management. Therefore, we suggest a hierarchical decomposition of the IT business value along aggregated impacts and atomic impacts. We introduce a taxonomy to gain a better understanding of what types of atomic impacts may be caused by IT investments. With the help of the taxonomy, we classify a total of 957 values from existing value catalogs and derive 29 archetypal IT impacts grouped by a company’s business units. Bundling this grouping with exemplary impacts for the IT value assessment, we finally propose an IT value meta-framework for the structured business value assessment.