Copenhagen Business School
Department of Information Technology Management
The Department of Information Technology Management (ITM) is one of the largest ITM departments in Europe. ITM is a multi-disciplinary department that embraces theories and methods from the fields of information systems, business administration, computer science, organization studies, political science, economics, sociology, psychology and communication theory. The mission statement of the department is: Co-creating knowledge with enduring consequences through the study of the interrelationships among people, information and technology.
The Association of Information Systems (AIS) is the core community of the department. The AIS community is inclusive and open to all the current research areas of the department. With our journal contributions to the Senior Scholars' Basket of Journals we are ranked number two in Europe. Other communities are also relevant, e.g. human-computer interaction, e-government, organization studies, learning sciences, and software design and development.
We strive for a high level of collaboration with representatives from industry and society (also called engaged scholarship) while also organizing our research to accommodate for the fast-moving pace and radical innovation that characterizes the IS research field. We achieve this by organizing part of our research around themes that address societal or business challenges. The themes are topical, popular, inter-disciplinary and dynamic in nature. In addition to the research themes, ITM still maintains the more traditional research areas for the disciplinary development of its researchers.
The faculty and administrative staff of the department are primarily teaching within the following degree programs: Bachelor in Business Administration and Information Systems, Bachelor in Information Management, MSc in Business Administration and Information Systems and the MSc in IT (eBusiness).
Copenhagen Business School is ERCIS member since 2004.
Information Management; Social Media Management; Social Media Analytics; IT in Mergers and Acquisitions; IT Strategy and Organization; Internet of Things; Open Data; Big Data; Electronic Communication; Human Computer Interaction; Systems Development; eGovernment