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Markus Bick is professor of Business Information Systems at ESCP Europe Berlin campus. He earned a Doctorate in Economics from the University of Duisburg-Essen and a Diploma (M.Sc. equivalent) in business information systems from the University of Essen.
Professor Bick teaches business and management information systems in the Master, Ph.D., and MBA programs of the school. He also teaches knowledge management and simulation in the Master program (M.Sc.) Virtual Education in Business Information Systems (VAWi) at the Universities of Bamberg and Duisburg-Essen.
His main research interests and activities are related to knowledge management, e-learning, convergent systems, ambient intelligence, and simulation.

IS Management
Supply Chain management

Conference Proceedings

HETMANK, L., KRUSE, P., MEIER, R., PAWLOWSKI, J., PEINL, R., SCHOOP, E., SEEBER, I., THALMANN, S. and M. BICK (2012), Manifesto for a Standard on Meaningful Representations of Knowledge in Social Knowledge Management Environments, in: Mattfeld, D. C. ; Robra-Bissantz, S., Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik 2012 - Tagungsband der MKWI 2012, Braunschweig, Berlin, Gito, S. 1359-1375 17 S.
BICK, M. and J. PAWLOWSKI (2006), Interface Standards: Integration of learning and business information systems, in: EHLERS U-D., PAWLOWSKI J. M. (eds), Handbook on Quality and Standardisation in E-Learning, Springer, pp 275-289 15 p.
BICK, M. (2005), Interface standards: Integration of learning and business information systems, European Handbook of Quality and Standardisation in E-Learning, Éditions CEDEFOP, in press.
BICK, M. and J. PAWLOWSKI (2009), Applying Context Metadata in Ambient Knowledge and Learning Environments, in: HINKELMANN K., WACHE H. (eds), 5th Conference on Professional Knowledge Management : Experiences and Visions, Köllen, pp. 52-61 10 p.
AUER, D., BICK, M., KABISCH, B. and T. F. KUMMER (2010), RFID-gestützte Medikation im Krankenhaus: Ein Erfahrungsbericht, in: Bick, M., S. Eulgem, E. Fleisch, J. F. Hampe, B. König-Ries, F. Lehner, K. Pousttchi, K. Rannenberg (Eds), Mobilität und Ubiquitäre Informationssysteme - Technologien, Anwendungen und Dienste zur Unterstützung von mobiler Kollaboration, Köllen, pp 84-96.
MARTENSEN, M., RYSCHKA, S. and M. BICK (2016), Studying Social Software Adoption by Management Consultants: Use and Application Categories for Knowledge Management., in: Liana Razmerita, Gloria Phillips-Wren, Lakhmi C. Jain, Innovations in Knowledge Management, Springer, 101-126.


BICK, M. and J. PAWLOWSKI (2006), Managing & re-using didactical expertise: The Didactical Object Model, EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY, pp 84-96 13 p.
BICK, M. and T. F. KUMMER (2010), Untersuchung von Nutzenpotentialen und Akzeptanzproblemen ambienter Technologien in Krankenhäusern: Erfahrungsbericht eines Mixed Methods-Projekts, ZEITSCHRIFT FUR BETRIEBSWIRTSCHAFT, Special Issue, pp. 1-30.
BORGMANN, K., BICK, M. and M. MARTENSEN (2011), Selbstmarketing : Karriere machen mit XING und Facebook, ZEITSCHRIFT FUHRUNG + ORGANISATION (ZFO), Vol. 80, Issue 5, pp. 292-298 7 p.
HA, K. H., BICK, M. and M. MÜLLER (2011), Strukturierte Auswahl eines Service-Knowledge-Management-Systems, BUSINESS + INNOVATION, Vol. 2, Issue 4, pp. 40-49 10 p.
BICK, M. and S. RYSCHKA (2014), Wherever You Go - Triggers of Location Disclosure for Check-In Services., LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE, Vol. 8640, pp. 86-99 14 p.
ADELSBERGER, H., BICK, M. and T. HANKE (2003), Prozessorientierte Analyse der Barrieren der Wissens(ver)teilung, INDUSTRIE MANAGEMENT, vol. 19, pp 37-40 4 p.
URLBERGER, P., BICK, M. and T. F. KUMMER (2011), Einsatz mobiler Technologien bei deutschen Krankenversicherern - eine qualitative Studie, LECTURE NOTES IN INFORMATICS, pp. 77-90 13 p.
HA, K. H., CANEDOLI, A., BAUR, A. and M. BICK (2012), Mobile Banking - Insights on its Increasing Relevance and Most Common Drivers of Adoption, ELECTRONIC MARKETS, Vol. 22, Issue 4, pp. 217-227 11 p.
KUMMER, T. F., LEIMEISTER, J. and M. BICK (2012), Die Bedeutung von nationaler Kultur für die Gestaltung von Informationssystemen, WIRTSCHAFTSINFORMATIK, Vol. 54, Issue 6, pp. 303-318 16 p.
PAWLOWSKI, J. and M. BICK (2012), Open Educational Resources, WIRTSCHAFTSINFORMATIK, Issue 4, Vol. 4, pp. 209-212 (4 p.).
BICK, M., BREUNIG, M. and H. HOPFNER (2009), Mobilität und Ubiquitäre Informationssysteme : Entwicklung, Implementierung und Anwendung, LECTURE NOTES IN INFORMATICS, P-202.
BICK, M., EULGEM, S., FLEISH, E., HAMPE, J. F., KÖNIG-RIES, B., LEHNER, F., POUSTTCHI, K. and K. RANNENBERG (2010), Mobilität und Ubiquitäre Informationssysteme : Technologien, Anwendungen und Dienste zur Unterstützung von mobiler Kollaboration, LECTURE NOTES IN INFORMATICS, 163.
BICK, M., KUMMER, T. and S. RYSCHKA (2015), Determining Anxieties in Relation to Ambient Intelligence - Explorative Findings from Hospital Settings, INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT, 23, 1, 60-71.
BICK, M., RYSCHKA, S. and M. MURAWSKI (2016), Location-Based Services, BUSINESS & INFORMATION SYSTEMS ENGINEERING, 58, 3, 233-237.
BICK, M., MARTENSEN, M., RYSCHKA, S. and T. BLESIK (2016), Collaboration in the consulting industry: analyzing differences in the professional use of social software, BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, 22, 4.
BICK, M., BÜHLER, W. and S. BONORDEN (2015), Cryptocurrencies as a Disruption? Empirical Findings on User Adoption and Future Potential of Bitcoin and Co, LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE, 9373, 63-80.
BICK, M., BÜHLER, J., BAUR, A. and J. SHI (2015), Big Data, Big Opportunities: Revenue Sources of Social Media Services Besides Advertising, LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE, 9373, 183 - 199.
BICK, M., BAUR, A. and J. HENNE (2016), Customer Service Experience Through Technology-Enabled Social CRM – An Exploratory Analysis in the Automotive Industry: The 15th IFIP Conference on e-Business, e-Services and e-Society (I3E 2016), LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE, 9844, 157 - 172.
MARTENSEN, M., PAWLOWSKI, J., BICK, M., PEINL, R., THALMANN, S., MAIER, R., HETMANK, L., KRUSE, P. and H. PIRKKALAINEN (2014), Soziale Wissensumgebungen, WIRTSCHAFTSINFORMATIK, 56 (2), 91 - 100.
BICK, M., BÜHLER, J. and M. BICK (2016), The Impact of Social Media on Cause-related Marketing Campaigns, LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE, 9844, 105-120.
BICK, M., THORDSEN, T. and M. MURAWSKI (2016), The Role of Non-social Benefits Related to Convenience: Towards an Enhanced Model of User’s Self-disclosure in Social Networks, LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE, 9844, 389-400.
BICK, M. and T. BLESIK (2016), Adoption Factors for Crowdsourcing Based Medical Information Platforms, LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE, 9983, 172-184.
BICK, M., KUMMER, T. and J. RECKER (2017), Technology-induced anxiety: Manifestations, cultural influences, and its effect on the adoption of sensor-based technology in German and Australian hospitals, INFORMATION & MANAGEMENT, Vol. 54, Issue 1.
BICK, M. and M. MURAWSKI (2017), Digital competences of the workforce – a research topic ?, BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, 23 (3).
BICK, M., BRUNS, K., SIEVERT, J. and F. JACOB (2012), Value-in-Use of Mobile Technologies, in: Back A, Bick M, Breunig M, Pousttchi K, Thiesse F, LECTURE NOTES IN INFORMATICS, MMS2012: Mobile und Ubiquitäre Informationssysteme, 57-67.

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