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Rob Jago Floetgen

Rob  Jago Floetgen

Visiting Graduate Student


Biography:

Rob Jago Floetgen joined the Institute for Manufacturing in January 2019 as a Visiting Graduate Student. He is writing a journal manuscript under the supervision of Dr Florian Urmetzer. Rob's research focuses on how companies effectively develop partnerships by coordinating relationships in order to maximize the value of participating in an ecosystem. Rob is currently pursuing a master's degree program of Information Systems at the Technical University of Munich. As part of his study abroad, Rob was studying at the University of California San Diego and Tecnológico de Monterrey Mexico City and holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems from the University of Cologne in Germany. During his studies, Rob gained research experience and practical experience at two strategy technology consulting firms and in his time as a research assistant at multiple university institutes. Rob has special interests in digital transformation, ecosystem theory and is passionate about sailing.

Key Publications

Riasanow, Tobias; Flötgen, Rob Jago; Setzke, David Soto; Böhm, Markus; and Krcmar, Helmut, "The Generic Ecosystem and Innovation Patterns of the Digital Transformation in the Financial Industry" (2018). PACIS 2018 Proceedings. 77. 

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