In my research I am asking how individuals use and produce technologies to support weakly structured activities in their daily businesses. But I am also interested in topics that are related to my professional work. Among these interests are Big Data Processing, Business Analytics, Business Intelligence and Simulation.

But Research does not only take place in labratories. Results want to be shown. That is why I presented the results of my recent research at the second Science Slam in Innsbruck.

  • Schmiedinger, T.; Kohlegger, M.; Stehling, M. (2017): Why Robots do not matter!  Using Digital Twin and Augmented Learning for Continuous improvement in the context of Manufacturing. i-Know 2017.
  • Kohlegger, M.; Ploder, C. (2017): Will Data kill the Knowledge Stars?
    Evaluating a Model of Data Driven Knowledge Discovery in Knowledge Work using the Case of Continuous Process Improvement. In Publication.
  • Kohlegger, M.; Maier R.; Remus, U. (2013): Freedom of Choice: Perspectives on Personal Workspaces. ECIS 2013 Proceedings.
  • Kohlegger, M. (2012): Understanding Factors Influencing the Creation of Personal Applications in Knowledge Management. In: Mattfeld, D.; Robra-Bissantz, S.: Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik 2012. Tagungsband der MKWI 2012. Berlin: GITO-Verlag, pp. 1293 – 1306.
  • Bachlechner, D.; Kohlegger, M.; Maier, R.; Waldhart, G. (2010): Taking Pressure off Knowledge Workers with the help of Situational Applications – Improving Time-to-Proficiency in Knowledge Work Settings. In: Liu, K.; Filipe, J.: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Knowledge Management and Information Sharing (KMIS 2010). Setubal: SciTEPress, pp. 378 – 381.
  • Kohlegger, Michael; Maier, Ronald; Thalmann, Stefan (2009): Understanding maturity models. Results of a Structured Content Analysis. In: I-KNOW ’09. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Knowledge Management and Knowledge Technologies. 2-4 September 2009, Graz, Austria. Graz: Verlag der Technischen Universität Graz, pp. 51 – 61.