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Johannes Moskaliuk
International School of Management (ISM)
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#2Johannes Moskaliuk (International School of Management (ISM))H-Index: 3
Last.Ulrike CressH-Index: 30
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AbstractDue to ubiquitous computing, knowledge workers do not only work in typical work-associated environments (e.g. the office) but also wherever it best suits their schedule or preferences (e.g. the park). In two experiments using laboratory and field methods, we compared decision making in work and non-work environments. We hypothesised that participants make riskier work-related decisions when in work-associated environments and riskier non-work-related decisions in non-work-associated envi...
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#2Johannes Moskaliuk (International School of Management (ISM))H-Index: 3
Last.Ulrike CressH-Index: 30
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Abstract Mobile workers perform tasks that require high concentration not only in their traditional office but also within environments that are typically related to leisure (e.g., in a park or in the living room). Because research has shown that surroundings affect cognitive processing, we assume that concentration is different in office versus in leisure environments. We hypothesize that a typical office activates an associated (work-related) schema which in turn positively influences processe...
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#1Johannes Moskaliuk (International School of Management (ISM))H-Index: 3
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#2Johannes Moskaliuk (International School of Management (ISM))H-Index: 3
Last.Ulrike CressH-Index: 30
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New communication technologies and mobile devices have enabled knowledge workers to work independently of location and in more than one fixed environment (ubiquitous working). Previous research shows that physical environments can influence cognition and work performance. We manipulated environment (i.e., a virtual office as a typical work environment compared to a virtual garden as a non-work environment) and time pressure (i.e., inducing time pressure vs. no time pressure) in order to investig...
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#1Joachim Kimmerle (University of Tübingen)H-Index: 23
#2Johannes Moskaliuk (International School of Management (ISM))H-Index: 3
Last.Ulrike Cress (University of Tübingen)H-Index: 5
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When learners collaborate with each other in order to elaborate on a particular subject, this collaboration may be influenced by the differing perspectives the learners have on the topic. There has been very little research to date on how differing perspectives have an impact in collaboration situations in which people are supposed to form a shared opinion on a particular topic. In this study, we analyzed which stages people’s activities pass through on their way to reaching shared opinions in a...
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#1Heisawn Jeong (Hallym University)H-Index: 11
#2Ulrike Cress (University of Tübingen)H-Index: 5
Last.Joachim Kimmerle (University of Tübingen)H-Index: 23
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Social interaction is crucial for understanding individual and collective processes in knowledge communities. We describe how technology has changed the way people interact in large communities. Building on this description, we propose a framework that distinguishes four types of joint interactions in online knowledge communities: Attendance, Coordination, Cooperation, and Collaboration (A3C framework). These four types of interactions vary depending on the extent to which community members shar...
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#1Johannes Moskaliuk (International School of Management (ISM))H-Index: 3
Last.Ulrike CressH-Index: 5
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Abstract The term ubiquitous working describes the relocation from working in a traditional office on company premises to flexible working in the home or in other environments that were never originally conceptualized for working, such as parks or hotel lobbies. Research indicates that the environment has the potential to influence work performance. We used virtual 3D environments to examine the impact of a work-related (characteristic office) vs. a non-work related context (Tuscan garden) on at...
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#1Johannes MoskaliukH-Index: 3
#2Ulrike CressH-Index: 30
Der Beitrag diskutiert die Bedeutung quantitativer Methoden fur die Erforschung des informellen Lernens und geht auf die Besonderheit der deduktiven Forschungslogik ein. So erfordert die quantitative Erforschung informellen Lernens zwei vorbereitende Schritte: (1) Die theoriebasierte Beschreibung des Konstrukts „informelles Lernen“ und dessen Bestandteile und (2) die Operationalisierung, die Validitat und Reliabilitat einer Messung berucksichtigen muss; Diese beiden Schritte erlauben es, geeigne...
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#1Johannes MoskaliukH-Index: 3
#2Ulrike CressH-Index: 30
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#1Bettina RennerH-Index: 5
#2Johannes MoskaliukH-Index: 3
Last.Ulrike CressH-Index: 30
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