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22. Lecture at University Society Tuesday: 

As part of this event, Prof. Dr. Hannah Trittin gave a presentation on 22.06.2021 on the topic: Digital ethics-what is it and why does it need it?

21. Organized talk: 

Prof. Dr. Hannah Trittin researches on the topic of new forms of organizing. In this context, she organized a lecture at the Economic Forum by Miguel Martinez of the Premium Collective entitled: Consensus-Based Organizing in the Crisis - The PREMIUM COLLECTIVE in the Covid 19 Pandemic!

www.leuphana.de/kooperationen/veranstaltungen-konferenzen/wirtschaftsforum/gaeste-des-leuphana-wirtschaftsforums.html

 

20. New Work - Corporate Digital Responsibility: Digitalization for a Sustainable Future. Talk at Tech Days Munich on 6/8/2021.

https://techdaysmunich.com/#_schedule

19. Co-co in precarious work: The case of the Influencer Pay Gap Community in constructing worth.

Guest lecture in the Area Studies seminar by Prof. Laura Marie Edinger-Schons, University of Mannheim on 6/2/2021.

 

18. Governing ethics in the digital age: The role of processes, practices, and competencies

Many German corporations agree that ethics are influential for their digital transformation and will become even more important in the future. However, they also experience a certain lack of competencies in regards to digitalization in general as well as a general absence of awareness for ethics-related issues concerning the digitalization amongst their workforce. The aim of this research project thus is to investigate along best practice cases the processes and practices through which corporations can govern the digital transformation responsibly, and to establish the competencies managers and employees need to acquire to address ethics-related concerns relating to the digital transformation.

 

 

17. Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich awarded with Schöller fellowship 2020

Lüneburg/Nuremberg. Assistant Professor Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich, member of the Institute for Management and Organization (IMO) at the Leuphana University Lüneburg, was awarded with one of the five Schöller Fellows in 2020. The endowment of 20,000 EUR is awarded to exceptional young researchers by the Schöller Research Center for Business and Society associated with the University Erlangen-Nuremberg. Professor Trittin-Ulbrich will use the grants funds to research the governance of ethical aspects in the digital age.

www.leuphana.de/news/meldungen-universitaet/ansicht/datum/2020/05/05/hannah-trittin-ulbrich-ist-schoeller-fellow-2020.html

16. Internationaler Open-Access Kurs „Organizing in Times of Crisis: The Case of Covid-19”

Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich has organized an open-access course which addresses the Covid-19 pandemic: “Organizing in Times of Crisis: The Case of Covid-19” an. Several universities from Austria and Germany have worked together on this course, including Professor Thomas Gegenhuber. “The aim of this course is to teach the various aspects of managing and responding to the crisis from different business and organizational perspectives” explains Trittin-Ulbrich.

www.leuphana.de/universitaet/themen/aktuell/ansicht/datum/2020/05/04/internationaler-open-access-kurs-organizing-in-times-of-crisis-the-case-of-covid-19.html

 

15. Designing digitalization in corporations sustainable. An interview with Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich

Digitalization and sustainability are closely related and offer a great opportunity for organizations and municipalities. Best practices and research impulses will be discussed at the “regional.digital.kompetent” event on November 14, 2020 at which Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich, Assistant Professor for business administration with a focus on business ethics, will present a keynote. https://www.leuphana.de/news/meldungen-universitaet/ansicht/datum/2019/11/04/digitalisierung-in-unternehmen-nachhaltig-gestalten-hannah-trittin-im-interview.html

14. How ethical are experiments with animals?

After videos from a laboratory in the district of Harburg became public showing experiments with animals, two key questions arose: How much ethics in business and research is necessary? What is bearable and possible? Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich, Assistant Professor for business administration with a focus on business ethics at the Leuphana University Lüneburg, has been interviewed about ethics in business.

unserewirtschaft.ihklw.de/wie-ethisch-sind-tierversuche/

13. New publication on the challenges of gamifying CSR communication

Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich published an article with colleagues from BI Norwegian Business School on the challenges of gamifying CSR communication: Maltseva, K., Fieseler, C., & Trittin-Ulbrich, H. (2018) "The challenges of gamifying CSR communication", Corporate Communications: An International Journal,https://doi.org/10.1108/CCIJ-09-2018-0092 

12. Leuphana Opening Week 2018

On October 8th, 2018 Hannah Trittin held an impulse talk on „CSR and Big Data“ at Leuphana Opening Week 2018.

10. Research Talk with Dr. Violetta Splitter

Dear colleagues, 

on behalf of the Leuphana Organization Studies (LOST) Group, I would like to invite you to the following event:  

Research Talk with Dr. Violetta Splitter (University of Zurich)

Open Strategy: When lower-level employees participate in strategy making

Mo 29.10.18, 16:30 - 18:00, room C40.152

9. Hannah Trittin holds workshop on digitalization at Copenhagen Business School.

Hannah Trittin conducted a workshop at the Copenhagen Business School, as part of her role as Governing Responsible Business (GRB) fellow. Subject of the workshop, which was attended by several scholars from various departments of the CBS, was “The dark and unexpected side of digitalization on organizations and organizing”.

8. New publication on the challenges of gamifying CSR communication.

Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich published an article with colleagues from BI Norwegian Business School on the challenges of gamifying CSR communication: Maltseva, K., Fieseler, C., & Trittin-Ulbrich, H. (2018) "The challenges of gamifying CSR communication", Corporate Communications: An International Journal,https://doi.org/10.1108/CCIJ-09-2018-0092

7. Hannah Trittin is a guest editor

Hannah Trittin is a guest editor for a special issue in the internationally renowned journal Organization. The theme of the issue: 'Exploring dark and unexpected sides of digitalization: How digital technologies challenge organizations and organizing'. The deadline is June 30, 2019, more information can be found here:  http://journals.sagepub.com/pb-assets/ORG%20Call%20for%20Papers.pdf

6. Hannah Trittin becomes Governing Responsible Business Fellow 2018/19 at the Copenhagen Business School (CBS), Denmark

Together with four other international scholars, Hannah will take part in 2018/19 in the "Governing Responsible Business (GRB) World Class Research Environment (WCRE) Fellowship Program“ of the CBS. The purpose of the fellowship program is to affiliate outstanding scholars outside CBS to the GRB, as a mean to strengthen and cross-fertilize the GRB research portfolio.

www.cbs.dk/en/research/departments-and-centres/department-of-management-society-and-communication/governing-responsible-business-research-environment/fellowship-program

5. Invited talk at Rotary Club Lüneburg-Hanse

On May, 30th, 2018, Hannah Trittin was invited for a talk at the local Rotary Club Lüneburg-Hanse. The topic of her talk was „Business ethics and professional ethics from the perspective of research and teaching“. More information (in German) can be found here: https://lueneburg-hanse.rotary.de/#Ueber-uns

4. Keynote by Hannah Trittin

On May 29th, 2018 Hannah Trittin held the keynote at the public event on lobbyism of the Policy Lab at the Leuphana University Lüneburg. Further information (in German) can be found here: https://forum-lobbyismus.jimdofree.com/

3.  Guest lecture Sarah Tischer

On June 5th, 2018, Prof. Trittin welcomes Dr. Sarah Tischer Head of Compliance at Neumann Gruppe GmbH, the world's leading green coffee service group. Information on the presentation (starting 10:15) and registration:  https://www.leuphana.de/kooperationen/veranstaltungen-konferenzen/wirtschaftsforum.html

2. AoM Big Data

Hannah Trittin organized and moderated with Andreas Georg Scherer (University of Zurich) the symposium "How do Big Data and Internet firms change business-society relations? Exploring the dark side of digitalization", presented at the Academy of Management Specialized Conference "Big Data and Managing in a Digital Economy 2018", University of Surrey (UK), April 18-20, 2018. The panelists included Glen Whelan (York University), Michael Etter (Cass Business School), Kirsten Martin (George Washington University), und Sarah Glozer (University of Bath).

1. Ernennung

On March 1st, 2018, Assistant Professor for Business Administration, particularly Business Ethics at Leuphana University Lüneburg.