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 Wendy Gunther

Wendy Gunther

Lecturer in INDEX

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Wendy’s research focuses on how organizations can successfully leverage data as strategic resources. This includes studying how organizations develop and implement data-driven strategies; how traditional organizations transform into data-driven organizations, and what new roles and responsibilities emerge as organizations try to realize social and economic value from (big) data.

Wendy obtained her bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the University of Amsterdam in 2012. As she became more interested in the way IT is used within organizations, she decided to pursue the master ICT in Business at Leiden University. Upon completion of this master, she began her academic career as a PhD candidate as part of the KIN Research Group at the Vrije Universiteit in 2014. She finished her dissertation in 2019, after which she joined the University of Exeter INDEX as a Lecturer.

Nationality: Dutch

Qualifications

BSc (UVA, Computer Science); MSc (Leiden University, ICT in Business)

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Research interests

  • Big Data (Analytics)
  • Strategy and Strategizing
  • Business Model Innovation
  • Process Research
  • Leadership

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Günther WA, Rezazade Mehrizi MH, Huysman M, Feldberg F (2017). Debating big data: a literature review on realizing value from big data. Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 26(3), 191-209. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.

Publications by year


2017

Günther WA, Rezazade Mehrizi MH, Huysman M, Feldberg F (2017). Debating big data: a literature review on realizing value from big data. Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 26(3), 191-209. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.

Awards and Honours

  • Runner-up best paper award Journal of Strategic Information Systems 2017

My teachings mainly focus on the development and management of information systems, emerging technologies, and digital innovations within organizations. I have also been involved as a teacher in courses on qualitative and quantitative research methods.

Modules

2019/20