Sebastian Dürr has been a research associate at the Otto-Friedrich University of Bamberg, Germany since March 2016. He is working for the Department of Information Systems and Services after having completed his preceding major in Information Systems at the same university. During his studies, Sebastian spent a semester at Corvinus University in Budapest, Hungary, and represented his university as a delegate at the NMUN conference in New York City in 2015. Furthermore, Sebastian interned at the multinational chemical company BASF in Hong Kong, S.A.R., where he was, among others, co-implementing a business intelligence solution in summer 2014. Currently, Sebastian is part of the Seneca-research program which deals with innovations in the context of Information Technology. Sebastian’s research aims at defining how digital innovations form organizations. The Seneca-research program supports enterprises at identifying, managing and implementing digital innovations which meet Sebastian’s interests in digital transformation, digital innovation and their individual adoption. Sebastian is responsible for the master course Business Process Management.