mtdigi

Department of Digitalization

Matthias
Trier
Associate professor


Room: HOW/60-4.16
Tel:
+4538152047
E-mail: mt.digi@cbs.dk
Presentation

I study phenomena related to electronic communication and social influence effects in online media within and outside the organization with a mixed methods approach that blends quantitative, qualitative and network analytical methods. Example topics include the implementation/appropriation of social media, online participation, framing electronic discourses (e.g. from a management perspective), information transfer, dissemination processes or bottom-up community emergence as a part of knowledge management initiatives. One special methodological focus is on developing an event-driven method for dynamic network analysis (see the corresponding software www.commetrix.net). It enables research into emerging structures and dynamic processes of networking among people. 

Primary research areas
  • Collective/Collaborative Processes and Information Transfer
  • Social Media Implementation, Appropriation and Use
  • Dynamic Social Network Analysis
  • Social Influence and Diffusion Processes online
  • Social and Actor-level Aspects of E-Business
Links
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/mtdigi
Courses
  • Computer-mediated Communication and Collaboration
  • Organization, Innovation, and Systems Design
  • Communication and Knowledge Management
  • Integrated Research Methods
  • Social Media Analytics
  • The Digital Battlefield
Supervision
  • Innovation in Communities/Creative social online interaction
  • Content-based Triggers of Web2.0 response activity/patterns
  • Emergent Power Games in Online Settings
  • Dynamics of Online Interaction
  • Collective Social Media Adoption
  • Online Social Identity and Sociability and Digital Business Models
  • E-Business: Group Buying, Crowd Sourcing, Open Innovation, Trust
  • Your related ideas
Selected publications
  • Trier, M., Richter, A., (2015): The Deep Structure of Organizational Online Networking - an Actor-oriented Case Study. Information Systems Journal, Vol. 25, No. 5, 2015, p. 465-488.
  • Behrendt, S.; Richter, A.; Trier, M. (2014): Mixed methods analysis of enterprise social networks. Computer Networks, Vol. 75, No. Part B, 2014, p. 560–577 (IF 1.23, Computer Science).
  • Trier M., Molka-Danielsen, J. (2013): Sympathy or Strategy - Social Capital Drivers for contributing to the scientific IS Community. Forthcoming in European Journal of Information Systems
  • Kalb H., Trier, M. (2012): The Blogosphere as Oeuvre: Individual and Collective Influences on Bloggers. Proceedings of European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Barcelona, Spain, 2012.
  • Trier M., Bobrik A. (2009): Searching and Exploring Social Architectures in Digital Networks, IEEE Internet Computing Journal, Vol. 13 No. 2, p. 51-59. 
  • Trier M. (2008): Towards Dynamic Visualization for Understanding Evolution of Digital Communication Networks.  Information Systems Research, Vol.19 No.3, 2008, p.335-350.
  • Cho, H.-K., Trier M., Kim E. (2005): The Use of Instant Messaging in Working Relationship Development: A Case Study. Journal of Computer-mediated Communication, Vol 10, No. 4, 2005.
Publications sorted by:
2018
Matthias Trier; Christoffer Vildershøj Jensen / Social Media Management Metrics for Business Analytics : Investigating Managerial Challenges.
In: ECIS 2018 ProceedingsAtlanta, GA : Association for Information Systems. AIS Electronic Library (AISeL) 2018 (Proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems)
Article in proceedings > peer review
Matthias Trier / Wissensarbeit mit Social Media Plattformen : Unsicherheitsfaktoren als Managementansatz.
In: HMD Praxis der Wirtschaftsinformatik, Vol. 55, No. 4, 2018, p. 714–724
Journal article > peer review
2017
Matthias Trier; Robert Hillmann / Does Sentiment Among Users in Online Social Networks Polarize or Balance Out? : A Sociological Perspective Using Social Network Analysis.
In: Cyberemotions: Collective Emotions in Cyberspace. . ed. /Janusz A. Holyst. Berlin : Springer 2017, p. 233-253 (Understanding Complex Systems)
Book chapter > peer review
Till J. Winkler; Matthias Trier / Enterprise Social Networks : Neue Tools für das Informationsund Wissensmanagement.
In: Tools revisited – Rationalität und Kreativität durch Management-Tools?: 16. Innovationsforum der Daimler und Benz Stiftung am 20. November 2017 im Haus Huth, Berlin. Berlin : Daimler und Benz Stiftung 2017, p. 20-27
Article in proceedings
Matthias Trier; Magdalene Fung; Abigail Hansen / Uncertainties as Barriers for Knowledge Sharing with Enterprise Social Media
In: ECIS 2017 ProceedingsAtlanta, GA : Association for Information Systems. AIS Electronic Library (AISeL) 2017, p. 1619-1630 (Proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems)
Article in proceedings > peer review
Shahper Richter; Matthias Trier; Alexander Richter / Value Co-creation in the Digital Factory : The Empowered Role of Shop Floor Workers.
In: Proceedings of the Australasian Conference on Information Systems 2017Melbourne : RMIT University 2017
Article in proceedings > peer review
2015
Mimmi Sjöklint; Ioanna Constantiou; Matthias Trier / The Complexities of Self-Tracking : An Inquiry into User Reactions and Goal Attainment.
In: ECIS 2015 Proceedings. ed. /Jörg Becker; Jan vom Brocke; Marco De Marco. Atlanta, GA : Association for Information Systems. AIS Electronic Library (AISeL) 2015 (Proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems)
Article in proceedings > peer review
Matthias Trier; Alexander Richter / The Deep Structure of Organizational Online Networking : An Actor-oriented Case Study.
In: Information Systems Journal, Vol. 25, No. 5, 2015, p. 465-488
Journal article > peer review
2014
Sebastian Behrendt; Alexander Richter; Sebastian Schäfer; Matthias Trier / Business Intelligence 2.0
In: Vernetzte Organisation. ed. /Alexander Richter. München : De Gruyter 2014, p. 318-329
Book chapter > peer review
Sebastian Behrendt; Alexander Richter; Matthias Trier / Mixed Methods Analysis of Enterprise Social Networks
In: Computer Networks, Vol. 75, No. Part B, 2014, p. 560–577
Journal article > peer review
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