Design Science und Design Thinking - B.Sc. / M.Sc.

Design Thinking Process

General information



  • Module: Design Science und Design Thinking
  • Module number lecture: B.WIWI-WIN.0031 (Bachelor) / M.WIWI-WIN.0030 (Master)
  • UniVZ: 801469 (Bachelor) / 801469 (Master)
  • Cycle: Every winter and summer term
  • Credits: 6 ECTS (6 KP)
  • Courses of study (Bachelor): Vertiefung Wirtschaftsinformatik: Standardsoftware, Referenzmodelle, Systementwicklung, Wahlbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Schlüsselkompetenzen (Mathematik)
  • Courses of study (Master): Wahlbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaften
  • Type of teaching and learning: Lecture 1 SWS, exercise course 1 SWS, self-study
  • Examination regulation (Bachelor): Active participation required; written exam 90 min. covering lecture topics; term paper and presentations covering exercise are counting towards the grade, but passing is not obligatory for examination admission
  • Examination regulation (Master): Active participation required; Written exam 90 min. covering lecture, excercise and topics of Design Science <-> Design Thinking interlinkage; successful term papers and presentations covering exercise do not count towards the grade, but passing is an obgligatory examination admission requirement
  • Lecturer: Dr. Benedikt Brendel
  • Supervisor: Tim-Benjamin Lembcke, Sascha Lichtenberg
  • Language: German



Winter Term 2019/2020 (subject to change)





Summer Term 2019



  • Excercise Session 1: Thursday, 25.04.2019, 14.15 - 15.45, VG 0.111
  • Lecture Session 1: Thursday, 02.05.2019, 14.15 - 15.45, VG 0.111

  • Excercise Session 2: Thursday, 09.05.2019, 14.15 - 15.45, VG 0.111 Attendance strongly recommended, group work kick-off
  • Lecture Session 2: Thursday, 16.05.2019, 14.15 - 15.45, VG 0.111

  • Excercise Session 3: Thursday, 06.06.2019, 14.15 - 15.45, ZHG 102 Attendance required, group presentation
  • Lecture Session 3: Thursday, 20.06.2019, 14.15 - 15.45, ZHG 102

  • Excercise Session 4: Thursday, 27.06.2019, 14.15 - 15.45, ZHG 102
  • Lecture Session 4: Thursday, 04.07.2019, 14.15 - 15.45, VG 0.111

  • Excercise Session 5: Thursday, 11.07.2019, 14.15 - 15.45, VG 0.111 Attendance required, group presentation
  • Lecture Session 5: Thursday, 18.07.2019, 14.15 - 15.45, VG 0.111

  • Additional meetings tba

  • Lectures and exercises alternate weekly!

  • All sessions will be recorded and published on StudIP only if the majority of students attend the sessions regularly.

  • Date of first examination: 25.07.2019, 14.00-16.00, E-Examination at MZG 1.116
  • Date of second examination: 17.10.2019, 14.00-16.00, E-Examination at MZG 1.116




Winter Term 2018/2019



  • Lecture session: Thursday, 14.15 - 15.45, ZHG 002 (first date: 18.10.2018)
  • Exercise session: Thursday, 14.15 - 15.45, ZHG 002 (first date: 25.10.2018)
  • Lectures and exercises alternate weekly!
  • All lessons will be recorded and published on StudIP if the majority of students attend the lectures regularly.

  • Date of first examination: 21.02.2019, 14.00-16.00, E-Examination at MZG 1.116
  • Date of second examination: 11.04.2019, 14.00-16.00, E-Examination at MZG 1.116




Objectives



Become familiar with the design paradigms of design science and design thinking. Gain an overview over design artefacts, design theories and their contribution to theory and practice. Comprehend the fields of application of design thinking in practice. Learn how to create a design artefact, evaluate them prototypically and how to put them in a design context.


Overview of the module contents


  • Blocks of theory and practice-oriented lectures
  • Exercise courses based on case studies and complementary literature




Literature



  • Hevner A.R., March S.T., Park J., Ram S. (2004) Design Science in Information Systems Research. MISQ 28:75–105.
  • Gregor S., Jones D. (2007) The anatomy of a design theory. JAIS 8:312–334.
  • Iivari J. (2015) Distinguishing and Contrasting two Strategies for Design Science Research. EJIS 24:107–115.
  • Peffers K., Tuunanen T., Niehaves B. (2018) Design science research genres: introduction to the special issue on exemplars and criteria for applicable design science research. EJIS 27:129–139.