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Mylène Struijk is a PhD Candidate in Information Management at the Tilburg School of Economics and Management at Tilburg University (NL). Her research focuses on the challenges and opportunities that organizations face during digital transformation. She primarily conducts (longitudinal) qualitative research in the context of military organizations, emphasizing the role of institutional complexity, information quality, as well as value creation and capture. She is also using other data and methodologies, such as fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis, to better understand the digital transformation process.

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Top publications

  1. Putting the IS back into IS research

    Struijk, M., Ou, C. X. J., Davison, R. M., & Angelopoulos, S. (2021). Putting the IS back into IS research. Information Systems Journal, 32(3), 1-4.
  2. Emergence and evolution of digital transformation: A morphogenetic ap…

    Struijk, M., Angelopoulos , S., & Ou, C. (Accepted/In press). Emergence and evolution of digital transformation: A morphogenetic approach. Paper presented at Academy of Management 2022.
  3. Digital transformation as a process: A morphogenetic approach on conf…

    Struijk, M., Angelopoulos, S., & Ou, C. (2021). Digital transformation as a process: A morphogenetic approach on conflicting institutional logics. Paper presented at 12th International Process Symposium.
  4. A Strategic Approach to Information Quality and Its Implications for …

    Struijk, M., Angelopoulos, S., Ou, C., & Davison, R. M. (2019). A Strategic Approach to Information Quality and Its Implications for the Performance of Military Organizations.

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