Content and goals of the course
This seminar confronts students with real international IS business challenges in an interdisciplinary context. Students learn how to address real-world problems and to create application-oriented solutions based on sound methods rooted in robust theoretical frameworks and a well-founded evidence base
- can independently define new usage-oriented problems in ebusiness,
considering the economic impact on companies and solve them with the aid of suitable methods.
- can discuss problem-solving approaches in groups and present their work results.
This course is mostly organized as a self-study. Work will be done in groups of three to five students. Seminar sessions are as follows:
Kick-off (October 26 from 18:00-19:00 in LG 0.144): All topics are presented and explained, as well as organizational issues and other relevant information.
Teams will have to present their progress on the chosen topic.
Please apply until October 22, 2017 by using the following Google Form: Registration
Registration is required.
Seminar paper and final presentation.