Department of Digitalization
Abayomi Baiyere is an Assistant Professor at the Digitalization Department of Copenhagen Business School and a Research Affiliate at the MIT Sloan Center for Information Systems Research. He recently received his doctorate from the University of Turku, Finland. He has worked in the industry with companies such as SAP and ABN AMRO Dialogues Incubator and as an IT Entrepreneur before joining the academia. His research interest seats at the intersection of digital innovations, digital disruption, IT capabilities and the societal impact of digitalization. His studies have looked at IT and digitalization issues from both an organizational and societal dimension, with a design science and qualitative research perspective. These include studies on digital transformation, digital strategy, disruptive innovations as well as digital work. He received a runner up award for the best student paper at the 2017 Academy of Management conference. He has served as the PhD community coordinator for ISPIM and currently serve as a student representative executive member of the OCIS division of AoM.
- Digital & Disruptive Innovations
- Digital Strategy and Digital Transformation
- Dynamic Capabilities and Agility
- Sharing Economy and Digital Work-Life interface
- Design Science Research
- Research Methods
- I would be interested in any Master thesis projects that aligns with any of my listed research areas.
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