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Veranstaltungen von Prof. Dr. Markus Reihlen


Organization, Strategy and Innovation (Vorlesung)

Dozent/in: Markus Reihlen, Ursula Weisenfeld, Matthias Wenzel

Einzeltermin | Mo, 18.10.2021, 16:15 - Mo, 18.10.2021, 19:30 | C HS 1 (Umbau HS-Gang bis 30.09.22) S. Kommentar | Online
Einzeltermin | Mo, 25.10.2021, 16:15 - Mo, 25.10.2021, 19:30 | C HS 1 (Umbau HS-Gang bis 30.09.22) S. Kommentar | Online
Einzeltermin | Mo, 01.11.2021, 16:15 - Mo, 01.11.2021, 19:30 | C HS 1 (Umbau HS-Gang bis 30.09.22) S. Kommentar | Online
Einzeltermin | Mo, 08.11.2021, 16:15 - Mo, 08.11.2021, 19:30 | C HS 1 (Umbau HS-Gang bis 30.09.22) S. Kommentar | Online
Einzeltermin | Mo, 15.11.2021, 16:15 - Mo, 15.11.2021, 19:30 | C HS 1 (Umbau HS-Gang bis 30.09.22) S. Kommentar | Online
Einzeltermin | Mo, 22.11.2021, 16:15 - Mo, 22.11.2021, 19:30 | C HS 1 (Umbau HS-Gang bis 30.09.22) S. Kommentar | Online
Einzeltermin | Mo, 29.11.2021, 16:15 - Mo, 29.11.2021, 19:30 | C HS 1 (Umbau HS-Gang bis 30.09.22) S. Kommentar | Online

Inhalt: COURSE DESCRIPTION Managing organizations in today’s competitive and societal environment is complex and challenging. Think about the newspaper industry, which is undergoing one of its most fundamental changes triggered by the rise of digital technology. Firms are seeking salvation in a declining industry by creating new business models and defensive cost cutting strategies. The key issue we address in this course is how managers orchestrate the interplay between strategy, organization, and innovation for navigating their organizations through complex economic, cultural, political, and ecological demands. This course is built upon the premise that students of management should learn to combine state of the art scientific knowledge with practical applications and reflections. Instead of regarding the student as a passive memorizer of predefined knowledge, participants will reflect upon theories and become active inquirers themselves. COURSE STRUCTURE We will use a flexible teaching style mixing lectures, case discussions, and multimedia presentations whenever appropriate. It is imperative for you as a student to have read the required book chapters, articles, and cases before coming to class. Class discussion will be used to explore theoretical as well as practical business implications from an interdisciplinary perspective.

Masterforum (Kolloquium)

Dozent/in: Thomas Gegenhuber, Markus Reihlen, Ursula Weisenfeld

Einzeltermin | Di, 19.10.2021, 18:15 - Di, 19.10.2021, 19:45 | C 40.176
Einzeltermin | Di, 21.12.2021, 16:15 - Di, 21.12.2021, 19:45 | C 40.176
Einzeltermin | Di, 11.01.2022, 16:15 - Di, 11.01.2022, 19:45 | C 40.176
Einzeltermin | Di, 25.01.2022, 16:15 - Di, 25.01.2022, 19:45 | C 40.176

Inhalt: Die Studierenden berichten zum Arbeitsstand ihrer Masterthesis und stellen diesen zur Diskussion.

Qualitative Research Methods (Seminar)

Dozent/in: Markus Reihlen

Einzeltermin | Di, 15.02.2022, 10:00 - Di, 15.02.2022, 18:00 | C 7.307
Einzeltermin | Mi, 16.02.2022, 10:00 - Mi, 16.02.2022, 18:00 | C 7.307
Einzeltermin | Do, 17.02.2022, 10:00 - Do, 17.02.2022, 18:00 | C 7.307

Inhalt: Qualitative research is a research strategy that emphasizes large bodies of unstructured data (textual, graphical, audio, and video data) that cannot be meaningfully analyzed by formal, statistical approaches. Despite differences, qualitative research approaches share at least the following two assumptions: (1) by systematically generating and analyzing data new theory can be discovered (inductive view), and (2) this theory stresses the understanding of the socio-economic world through an examination of interpretation of that world by its participants. Since each particular research method is informed by different philosophical traditions, this course will first introduce different perspectives on the socio-economic research process like positivism, interpretativism, realism, and postmodernism. Students will then learn how to set up a qualitative research project with particular emphasis on the case study approach. Case studies offer rich, empirical descriptions of particular examples of a phenomenon that are typically based on a variety of data sources. The case-study method involves using one or more cases to create case-based, empirical evidence used for a subsequent theory building. In order to build theory from case study data, students will be made familiar with the grounded theory, which is a general method of comparative analysis for qualitative data. The idea of the grounded theory is to develop theoretical categories, propositions, and mid-range theories based on a particular inductive method for qualitative data analysis. This data analysis is greatly supported by different software packages. While the course will provide an overview of existing software programs, students will be introduced in particular to the Atlas.ti platform. The course is designed as a doctorate workshop. Throughout the course, initiative, creativity, and critical thinking on part of the students will be appreciated and encouraged.

Why Trust Science? (Seminar)

Dozent/in: Markus Reihlen

wöchentlich | Dienstag | 12:15 - 13:45 | 18.10.2021 - 04.02.2022 | C 11.319

Inhalt: The question that this seminar raises is "why trust science?" when dealing with the grand challenges from managing a pandemic to climate change. Why should we trust climate scientists more about climate change instead of following the claims of the petroleum industry or with regard to cancer the tobacco industry? Why is that a significant fraction of society deny scientific explanation and evidence ranging from climate change to vaccination? In order to find a well-grounded answer to these and related questions, this seminar will address three key issues that are important to understand the role of science in society. Firstly, this seminar provides students with a deeper understanding of different perspectives on what science is and especially on how science works. Three key answers how science works have been provided by three dominant views such as empiricism, realism, and interpretivism. Secondly, we will then explore science denials and emerging debates around post-truth that are considered the enemies of science. Finally, we will discuss the link between science and technology and use the field of data science, biotechnology, and management as areas of application.

Digital Transformation: Theories, Methods, and Applications (Seminar)

Dozent/in: Markus Reihlen

wöchentlich | Dienstag | 14:15 - 15:45 | 18.10.2021 - 04.02.2022 | C 6.316

Inhalt: Digital Transformation has become a strategic imperative for most firms in our world of emergent and continuous changes. Contrary to most treatises on digital transformation, which investigates digitally prone industries such as the software or trading industry, we focus this seminar on the less investigated yet economically highly relevant industries. Accordingly, we draw our attention to patterns of digital transformation in industrial heartland industries such as the automobile and chemical industry. In addition, professional services are also undergoing fundamental changes as technology such as robotic process automation and artificial intelligence is digitalizing transactional as well as experience-based tasks. We will jointly explore specific industry conditions and actions of digital transformation with application to these three industry settings. The approach of this research seminar is threefold. Firstly, theoretically we will apply different theoretical lenses to make sense of digital transformation such as competitive dynamics, ecosystem innovations, business model innovation, or mindset transformation. Secondly, methodologically we take a multi-level approach by exploring three levels of analysis such as the transformation of industries, including changes in regulation, industry structure, and competitive dynamics, the transformation of the firm including business model innovations, external and internal venturing, and finally the transformation on the individual by understanding conditions for changing individual mindsets. Furthermore, we will apply different qualitative research methods such as case study research, grounded theory, and the Zaltman Metaphor Elicitation Technique (ZMET) to your research problems. Since this is a research seminar, students will learn how to formulate interesting in contrast to uninteresting research questions, apply theories to make sense of topics to be investigated, and learn how to use selected research methods for conducting a small-scale empirical study. Furthermore, more complex research is usually a team effort. Hence, students will also learn how to work in teams and as a team.

Betreuung Abschlussarbeiten SoSe 2022 - Strategisches Management (Belegung)

Dozent/in: Markus Reihlen

Inhalt: Die Professur für Strategisches Management betreut konzeptionelle und qualitative empirische Abschlussarbeiten in den Bereichen: Strategie, Management und Organisationstheorie. Aktuelle Interessensschwerpunkte beinhalten: Strategisches Management Organisationstheorie und -design Neue Formen der Organisation Entrepreneurship Corporate Entrepreneurship Social Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Neue Formen des Arbeitens und Organisierens (Agile, Holacracy, Coworking, etc.) Integration von Unternehmens- und Nachhaltigkeitsstrategie Digitalisierung und Organisationsgedächtnis Generell können Sie auch Ihre eigenen konzeptionellen und empirischen Ideen einbringen, sofern diese grob in die Themenbereiche und methodischen Orientierungen der Professur fallen.