Daniel Schlagwein

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Associate Professor

Rm 4072
H70 - Abercrombie Building
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia


Bio

Dr Daniel Schlagwein is an Associate Professor of Information Systems at The University of Sydney Business School. He holds a PhD and a Masters in Information Systems from the University of Cologne. Daniel was a tenured faculty member at UNSW Sydney before joining The University of Sydney in 2018. In 2015, he was a Visiting Professor at the Copenhagen Business School and New York University’s Leonard H. Stern School of Business. Before his academic career, Daniel worked in the ICT industry for companies such as Vodafone.

Daniel’s research focuses on digital work, digital nomadism, crowdsourcing and IT-enabled openness. Currently, he is the lead investigator on an Australian Research Council Discovery Project on digital nomadism (DP190102780, A$390,000, 2019-21). Daniel has published over 50 peer-reviewed papers, including in leading journals such as the Information Systems Journal, the Journal of Information Technology, the Journal of the Association for Information Systems (AIS) and The Journal of Strategic Information Systems. The AIS Research Ranking 2018 puts him in the top 100 of Information Systems researchers worldwide, while the Financial Times Ranking 2019 puts him in the top 100 of German Business researchers. Daniel’s research featured in, for example, Sky News, The Sydney Morning Herald and McKinsey Quarterly. In 2017, he received best paper of the year awards from the AIS, the Association for Information Science and Technology, Emerald/Information Technology & People and, in 2018, Elsevier/The Journal of Strategic Information Systems.

Daniel is the Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Information Technology. Daniel has chaired eight tracks (at the ECIS and ICIS conferences) and has edited two special issues in his research field. He frequently reviews for the leading Information Systems journals and organizations such as the US National Science Foundation, the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council or the Australian Research Council.

Daniel was awarded the AIS Early Career Award in 2016; the Journal of the Association for Information Systems Best Reviewer Award in 2016; and the AIS Best Information Systems Publication Award in 2017.

Selected publications

2019

Journal Articles

Baghizadeh Z, Cecez-Kecmanovic D, and Schlagwein D (2019) Review and Critique of the ISD Project Failure Literature: An Argument for Exploring Project Distress Journal of Information Technology, In Press.

Schlagwein D, Cecez-Kecmanovic D, and Hanckel B (2019) Ethical norms and issues in crowdsourcing practices: A Habermasian analysis Information Systems Journal, 29 (4), 811-837. [More Information]

2017

Journal Articles

Schlagwein D, and Hu M (2017) How and why organisations use social media: Five use types and their relation to absorptive capacity Journal of Information Technology, 32 (2), 194-209. [More Information]

Schlagwein D, Conboy K, Feller J, Leimeister J, and Morgan L (2017) "Openness" with and without Information Technology: a framework and a brief history Journal of Information Technology, 32 (4), 297-305. [More Information]

Tavakoli A, Schlagwein D, and Schoder D (2017) Open strategy: Literature review, re-analysis of cases and conceptualisation as a practice The Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 26 (3), 163-184. [More Information]

Conference Proceeding

Sailer A, Schlagwein D, and Schoder D (2017) Open strategy: State of the art review and research agenda 38th International Conference on Information Systems: Transforming Society with Digital Innovation, ICIS 2017; Association for Information Systems (AIS), Seoul.

2016

Journal Articles

Choy K, and Schlagwein D (2016) Crowdsourcing for a better world: On the relation between IT affordances and donor motivations in charitable crowdfunding Information Technology and People, 29 (1), 221-247. [More Information]

Spiegel O, Abbassi P, Zylka M, Schlagwein D, Fischbach K, and Schoder D (2016) Business model development, founders' social capital and the success of early stage internet start-ups: a mixed-method study Information Systems Journal, 26 (5), 421-449. [More Information]

Zuchowski O, Posegga O, Schlagwein D, and Fischbach K (2016) Internal crowdsourcing: Conceptual framework, structured review, and research agenda Journal of Information Technology, 31 (2), 166-184. [More Information]

Conference Proceedings

Tavakoli A, Schlagwein D, and Schoder D (2016) Lifecycle of strategy practices: The case of CarCo's open strategy online community 2016 International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS 2016; Association for Information Systems (AIS), Dublin.

Zuchowski O, Schlagwein D, and Fischbach K (2016) "Open calls" rather than "fixed assignments": A longitudinal field study of the nature and consequences of internal crowdsourcing 2016 International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS 2016; Association for Information Systems (AIS), Dublin.

2015

Journal Article

Cheung C, Mocker M, Schlagwein D, Sunyaev A, and Turowski K (2015) IOS 2.0: new aspects on inter-organizational integration through enterprise 2.0 technologies Electronic Markets, 25 (4), 263-265. [More Information]

Conference Proceedings

Schlagwein D (2015) Students as reviewers and lecturers as editors: The peer review with scaffolded assignments model 36th International Conference on Information Systems ICIS 2015; Association for Information Systems (AIS), United States.

Tavakoli A, Schlagwein D, and Schoder D (2015) Open strategy: Consolidated definition and processual conceptualization 36th International Conference on Information Systems ICIS 2015; Association for Information Systems (AIS), United States.

2014

Journal Articles

Schlagwein D, and Bjorn-Andersen N (2014) Organizational learning with crowdsourcing: The revelatory case of LEGO Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 15 (11), 754-778. [More Information]

Schlagwein D, and Prasarnphanich P (2014) Social Media Around the GLOBE Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, 24 (2-3), 122-137. [More Information]

Schlagwein D, Thorogood A, and Willcocks L (2014) How Commonwealth Bank of Australia Gained Benefits Using a StandardsBased, Multi-Provider Cloud Model MIS Quarterly Executive, 13 (4), 209-222. [More Information]

Selected grants

Recent Units Taught

  • INFS1020 Digital Work Environments