Mag. Lena Waizenegger
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Lena Waizenegger


Curriculum vitae:

Lena Waizenegger, who was born 1989 in Marktoberdorf, Germany, studied International Business and Economics from 2009 to 2013 at the University of Innsbruck. She chose Human Resource Management and Information Systems as her majors. Alongside her studies at the Grande École de Management Grenoble in France, she was working as an administration assistant in the office of international affairs. On her return, she began an internship at Lischke Consulting in Hamburg and worked on projects like the restructuring of organizational units and process optimization in administrational departments.

Since January 2013, Lena has been working as a project assistant at mei-do concepts, where she contributes to the development of operational Health Management concepts and Human Resource development programs.

In October 2013, Lena began her PhD studies and is investigating technostress as an upcoming phenomenon in our interconnected world. Here, she also explores the negative effects of ubiquitous and permanent connectivity.


Workshops and Doctoral Consortia
  • Acceptance at the ICIC Doctoral consortium, Dublin 2016
  • Acceptance at the HICSS Doctoral Fellows and Doctoral Consortium, Hawaii, 2017
  • Acceptance at KIN Summer school, Amsterdam 2016
Scholarships
  • Marietta Blau Grant from the Austrian Ministry of Science, Research and Economy
  • Research facilitation Grant (2014/2015)
  • PhD Scholarship (2013/2014)
  • Merti-based scholarship (2011/2012) International Business and Economics

Publications

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Contributions to Conferences and Workshops
    • Geiger, M., Waizenegger, L., Remus, U., Wingreen, S. (2016):
      From pragmatist to passenger – a Q methodological study of connectivity types.
      European Conference on Information Systems 2016 ECIS 2016. Istanbul, Turkey.
    • Mundt, T., Waizenegger, L., Remus, U., Kolb, D. (2016):
      Who are these hyper-connectors? The impact of the Big 5 Personality Traits on Hyper-Connectivity.
      5th Aotearoa New Zealand Organisational Psychology and Organisational Behaviour Conference. Auckland, New Zealand.
    • Seeber, I., Waizenegger, L., Demetz, L., Merz, A., Vreede, GJ., Maier, R., Weber, B. (2016):
      IT-Supported Formal Control: How Perceptual (in)Congruence Affects the Convergence of Crowd-Sourced Ideas.
      International Conference on Information Systems ICIS 2016. Dublin, Ireland.
    • Waizenegger, L., Pohar, J., Kolb, D., Remus, U., Srinivasan, A. (2016):
      It’s all about perception-Revealing the Antecedents of the Different States of Connectivity.
      76th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Anaheim, USA.
    • Waizenegger, L., Remus, U., Maier, R. (2016):
      The Social Media Trap - How Knowledge Workers Learn to Deal with Constant Social Connectivity.
      49th Hawaii International Conference on System Science HICSS 2016. IEEE Computer Society. Hawaii.
      Best Paper Nominee
    • Waizenegger, L., Thalmann, S., Sarigianni, C., Eckhardt, A., Kolb, D., Maier, R., Remus, U. (2016):
      From isolation to collaboration - how the increasing diffusion of mobile devices has changed practices of knowledge sharing in non-office settings.
      European Conference on Information Systems 2016 ECIS 2016. Istanbul, Turkey.
    • Waizenegger, L. (2015):
      Connectivity as a Two-Edged Sword: Mirroring the Multifaceted Field of Constant Connectivity.
      12th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik WI 2015. Osnabrück, Germany.
    • Waizenegger, L., Thalmann, S., Sarigianni, C., Eckhardt, A., Kolb, D., Maier, R., Remus, U. (2015):
      Constant Connectivity as an all-embracing phenomenon – The development of new norms in the construction sector.
      4th Aotearoa New Zealand Organisational Psychology and Organisational Behaviour Conference. Auckland, New Zealand.
    • Waizenegger, L. Remus, U., Maier, R. (2014):
      Connectivity as a social skill – How knowledge workers escape from dysfunctional connectivity and develop personal coping measures.
      The colloquium of the European Group of Organizational Studies EGOS 2014. Rotterdam, Netherlands.
    • Waizenegger, L.; Remus, U.; Maier, R. (2014):
      Connectivity Changes: Why Do Project Team Members Shift between Different States of Connectivity?
      20th Americas Conference on Information Systems AMCIS 2014. Savannah, USA.
    • Remus, U.; Waizenegger, L. (2013):
      Unintended consequences of hyper-connectivity in IS project teams.
      Pre-ICIS Workshop on "ICT and Societal Challenges" Pre-ICIS 2013. Milan, Italy.
Work in Progress
    • Waizenegger, L., Remus, U., Maier, R., Kolb, D. (2017):
      “Did you Get my Email?!” - Strategies for Accommodating Connectivity Patterns.
      (planned submission: January 2017 to top-tier IS Journal)
    • Waizenegger, L. Remus, U., Maier, R. (2017):
      What does it mean to be connected? Reconceptualization of the notion of connectivity.
      (planned submission: June 2017 to top-tier IS Journal)
    • Schmitt, M., Waizenegger, L. Remus, U. (2017):
      Social Network Analysis: Early Indicators to Identify Team Connectivity.
      (planned submission: May 2017 to IS Journal)
    • Kolb, D., Waizenegger, L., Breidbach, C. (2017):
      Discovering a Connective Pulse: How and why connective states change over time.
      (planned submission: March 2017 to IS Journal)