Selected publications by Prof Dr Marc K Peter

Since 2016, numerous studies, scientific publications, practical guidance whitepapers and books have been developed by Prof Dr Marc K Peter, investigating management issues in the digital age.

Research Publications on Digital Transformation and Strategy Development

Peter, M.K., Kraft, C. and Lindeque, J. (2020):
Strategic Action Fields of Digital Transformation. An Exploration of the Strategic Action Fields of Swiss SMEs and Large Enterprises,
Journal of Strategy & Management, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 160-180.

Wuersch, L., Neher, A. and Peter, M.K. (2022):
Digital Internal Communication: An Interplay of Socio-Technical Elements,
International Journal of Management Reviews, vol. ahead-of-print, no. ahead-of-print.

Danes, D., van Eijck, P., Lindeque, J.P., Meyer, M.A. and Peter, M.K. (2022):
FDI Motives and City Location Preferences in the Automotive and Commercial Banking Industries,
Competitiveness Review, vol. ahead-of-print, no. ahead-of-print.

Kraft, C., Lindeque, J.P. and Peter, M.K. (2022):
The Digital Transformation of Swiss Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises: Insights from Digital Tool Adoption,
Journal of Strategy and Management, vol. 15, no. 3, pp 468-494.

Peter, M.K (2019):
The Evolving Approach to Strategic Corporate Foresight at Swiss Bank PostFinance in the Age of Digital Transformation,
In: D.A. Schreiber & Z.L. Berge (eds.), Futures Thinking and Organizational Policy: Case Studies for Managing Rapid Change in Technology, Globalization and Workforce Diversity. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, pp. 113-132.

Peter, M.K. and Jarratt, D. (2015):
The Practice of Foresight in Long-Term Planning,
Technological Forecasting & Social Change, vol. 101, pp. 49-61.

Practical Tools / Workshop Canvas Digital Transformation & Strategy Development

Digital Transformation Workshop Canvas
Identification of digital opportunities for your digital strategy / digital master plan

Strategy & Workshop Canvas Web 3.0
Sense-Making and Opportunity Identification in the Emergence of Digital & Virtual Worlds

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