Workshop on e-Business (WeB 2019) at Munich Business School

December 17, 2019

On Saturday 14th, the starting event Workshop on e-Business (WeB 2019) of this year’s International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) was hosted by Munich Business School. The Workshop on e-Business (WeB) is a premier annual […]

Trustworthiness of Research

November 7, 2017

„A man is more likely to believe something if he would like it to be true.“ — Francis Bacon Quantitative and qualitative research is based on different research paradigms that reflect the researcher’s scientific worldview. […]

Qualitative Versus Quantitative Research

October 30, 2017

When reading academic texts, it is helpful to understand the underlying paradigms and research philosophy the author uses in order to fully appreciate the contents. An understanding of academic worldviews is crucial when assessing or […]

The 10 Deadly Sins in Academic Papers

February 13, 2017

Vanity, Greed, Lust (including hedonism, a lust for money etc.), Wrath, Gluttony, Envy, Sloth – these seven cardinal sins or “deadly sins” continue to be well-known in Western culture. Some of them we find not […]

Academic Writing (Part 2): Research

January 23, 2017

Is academic writing only something for (future) scientists and researchers? Our thoughts on truth (see Academic Writing (Part 1)) have already made it clear: Dealing with academic writing and its methods is of invaluable benefit […]