Miriam Höddinghaus

© Roland Berg

Domplatz 6, Room 306
48143 Münster

Phone: +49 251 83-23686

  • Doctoral Thesis

    Leadership in the digital age: Effects of digitization on context, tools, and functions of leadership communication

    Supervisor
    • Professor Dr. Guido Hertel

    In recent years, digital transformation, together with other trends such as globalization and the War for Talents, has led to far-reaching changes in the global economy. One of the major consequences of digitization is the increasing proliferation of virtual collaboration, which poses new challenges and many changes, especially for supervisors.Technology is changing organizational structures and thus the context for leadership, at the same time offering new opportunities for communication and collaboration, and being able to take on certain leadership functions on its own. My dissertation deals with these interfaces between leadership and modern technology and aims to broaden the focus of research on virtual leadership.

  • Projects

    • GRK 1712 - RTG 1712 - Trust and Communication in a Digitized World ( - )
      Third-party funding : DFG - Research Training Group | Project Number: GRK 1712
  • Publications

    • Meeßen Sarah M, Höddinghaus Miriam, Thielsch Meinald T, Hertel Guido. . ‘Trust in Management Information Systems (MIS): A Theoretical Model.’ Contributed to the 19th European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology Congress, Turin, Italy.
    • Höddinghaus Miriam, Hertel Guido. . ‘Chances and challenges of virtual reality for collaboration at work.’ Contributed to the 19th European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology Congress, Turin, Italy.

    • Höddinghaus Miriam, Nohe Christoph, Hertel Guido. . ‘How does digitization change the impact of leadership? A systematic review on the relationship between virtuality, e-leadership, and follower outcomes.’ Contributed to the 51. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, Frankfurt, Deutschland.