Digitalization, volatility, and redesigning the planning process, among others
The CCM works closely with the professional controlling community to identify areas of research that are associated with a high level of practical importance. Our research is based on a combination of qualitative and quantitative methods such as face-to-face interviews and online surveys. We pride ourselves in upholding state-of-the-art academic standards while maintaining the practical relevance of our findings.
The CCM‘s primary research focus is currently the digitalization of controlling as well a the role of controllers in the digital transformation. You can find more information on our current research activities under WHU Digitalization Pulse Check. You will find an overview of previous CCM research projects below.