Student Project Results
A selection of current results of student projects at the Chair for Strategy and Organization.
This study discusses if Quadratic Voting could be a better election mechanism and protect minorities from results that do not benefit the whole community. Written by our student Ralph Hartung.
Here you can find another article on digital star firms and Hyperscalers in Asia. Written by our student Akshay Warikoo.
This article describes how Asian companies use the concept of Hyperscalers and digital star firms which is mostly common for companies in the western markets. Written by our student Thomas Michelfelder.
This article is the first part of two on the paradigm shift of human longevity in drug development and on selected biomedical applications. Written by our student Max Roessner.
Will it be possible to upload us to a Digital Paradise to continue our Digital Immortality? This article will give you a brief overview. Written by our student Jose Luis Gonzalez-Conde.
This article gives a brief overview of the digital immortality concept and provides an in-depth analysis of the digital immortality industry through a systematical approach. Written by our student Taylan Müslüman.
Who is Who in Munich’s Artificial Intelligence Entrepreneurial Ecosystem? By our student Ena Beširevic.
Watch this video to see the differences between clickbait- and regular advertising, as well as the opportunities for clickbait in online advertising. By our student Johannes Richter.
Recovery scenarios for aerospace suppliers by Emir Beglerovic and Fabian Eisele in cooperation with Steffen Wenzel (h&z Unternehmensberatung AG).
A survey on sucess factors, formats and learning types concerning e-Learning platforms.
Watch our video on the opportunities and challenges for startups in times of crises (like COVID-19) and their impact on both innovation and the economy - highlighting the relevance of management research in this field. By Ann-Carolin Ritter, Theresa Treffers, Antonia Hoffmann & Joana Langemeier.
Watch our video on nudging online consumers into a more sustainable behavior by our student Katharina J. Brenner.
Watch our video on self-managing organizations by our student Annika Leemann.