2023 - Research.com Computer Science in Germany Leader Award
2023 - Research.com Business and Management in Germany Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Business and Management in Germany Leader Award
2016 - Fellow of the Association for Information Systems (AIS)
Helmut Krcmar focuses on Knowledge management, Information management, The Internet, Process management and Open innovation. His studies in Knowledge management integrate themes in fields like Crowdsourcing, Information technology, Focus and Process. His Information management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Field, Health care, Virtual community and Competence.
He interconnects Variety, Virtual patient, Absorptive capacity and Data science in the investigation of issues within The Internet. In his work, Requirements engineering is strongly intertwined with Service provider, which is a subfield of Process management. His Open innovation research includes themes of Software, Collective intelligence and Innovation management.
Helmut Krcmar mainly investigates Knowledge management, Information management, Process management, Process and Marketing. Helmut Krcmar is interested in Open innovation, which is a branch of Knowledge management. Information management is closely attributed to Health care in his research.
Service is represented through his Service provider and Service delivery framework research. Helmut Krcmar mostly deals with Service design in his studies of Service delivery framework.
His main research concerns Knowledge management, Process management, Business model, Digital transformation and Software. Helmut Krcmar has included themes like Corporate governance, Value, Leverage, Order and Conceptualization in his Knowledge management study. The concepts of his Process management study are interwoven with issues in Agile software development, Software development, Process and DevOps.
Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Agile practices and Agile software development. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Engineering management and Digital transformation. His work in Engineering management is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Business process.
His primary areas of study are Knowledge management, Process management, Business model, Digital transformation and Corporate governance. His research in Knowledge management intersects with topics in Supply chain, Leverage, Order, Process and Conceptualization. Helmut Krcmar has researched Process management in several fields, including Conceptual framework, Product-service system and Software, Cloud computing, DevOps.
Helmut Krcmar combines subjects such as Risk analysis, Manufacturing, Data science and Taxonomy with his study of Business model. His Digital transformation research includes elements of Business process change, Value proposition, Health care and FinTech. His Corporate governance study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Proposition, Environmental resource management and Openness to experience.
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Leveraging Crowdsourcing: Activation-Supporting Components for IT-Based Ideas Competition
Jan Marco Leimeister;Michael Huber;Ulrich Bretschneider;Helmut Krcmar.
Wissensmanagement im Unternehmen
Jakob Rehäuser;Helmut Krcmar.
Community engineering for innovations: the ideas competition as a method to nurture a virtual community for innovations
Winfried Ebner;Jan Marco Leimeister;Helmut Krcmar.
Memorandum on design-oriented information systems research
Hubert Österle;Joerg Becker;Ulrich Frank;Thomas Hess.
A strategy for knowledge management
Martina E. Greiner;Tilo Böhmann;Helmut Krcmar.
Does collaboration among participants lead to better ideas in IT-based idea competitions? An empirical investigation
Ivo Blohm;Ulrich Bretschneider;Jan Marco Leimeister;Helmut Krcmar.
THE BUSINESS PERSPECTIVE OF CLOUD COMPUTING: ACTORS, ROLES, AND VALUE NETWORKS
Stefanie Leimeister;Markus Böhm;Christoph Riedl;Helmut Krcmar.
Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of Trust-Supporting Components in Virtual Communities for Patients
Jan Marco Leimeister;Winfried Ebner;Helmut Krcmar.
Determinants of physicians’ technology acceptance for e-health in ambulatory care
Sebastian Dünnebeil;Ali Sunyaev;Ivo Blohm;Jan Marco Leimeister.
Digital platform ecosystems
Andreas Hein;Maximilian Schreieck;Tobias Riasanow;David Soto Setzke.
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