From 11.07 - 13.07 Lea Müller, Sebastian Reiners, Junior Prof. Dennis Riehle and Prof. Dr. Jörg Becker were at the final workshop of the priority program "Intentional Forgetting" in Kaiserslautern. In the DFKI buildings, the results of the three-year research project "Getrost Vergessen" were presented, in which we investigated the role of trust on the use of information systems. One finding, for example, is that the successful introduction of a new information system depends on many different factors.
The DFG project SPP 1921 "Intentional Forgetting in Organizations" is on the finishing line and we would like to take the opportunity to invite to the joint final colloquium!
Lea, Dennis and I have successfully completed the workshop and are already (albeit slightly exhausted) on our way back to Osnabrück and Münster.
Behind us are three exciting days in which we could finally experience the other project participants in person and not only on the screen. All in all, the research team consists of members from the fields of cognitive, industrial and organizational psychology, cognitive science, applied and business informatics as well as engineering.
The DWH study is nearing completion.
It was characterized in particular by the fact that fewer but more demanding decisions are made, the availability of relevant data/information is significantly increased, and there are extensive correlations between the target variable to be optimized and the available database. The study already revealed some interesting initial results. For example, it was shown that flexibility has an impact on user performance.
Of the registered participants, 158 successfully completed the study and agreed to the processing of their data.
We all make many decisions every day. In the process, we weigh the pros and cons as well as the possible consequences and finally decide on one of the alternatives. For example, you are deciding right now whether it is "worthwhile" to continue reading this text.
In times of the Corona pandemic, the Getrost Vergessen team meets regularly via video conference to discuss the further course of ongoing research activities.
Dr. Meeßen took first place at this year's Early Career Paper Awards. Due to the current corona situation, the award ceremony will not take place until October 2021. The Association's Annual Meeting will be held in Liverpool, United Kingdom. (Source).
About the Early Career Paper Award:
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