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Veranstaltungen von Prof. Dr. Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich


Lehrveranstaltungen

Corporate Digital Responsibility (Seminar)

Dozent/in: Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich

Termin:
14-täglich | Dienstag | 12:15 - 15:45 | 24.10.2022 - 03.02.2023 | C 12.107 | .

Inhalt: This seminar will make students familiar with the emerging debate on "corporate digital responsibility" (CDR). In recent years, CDR has emerged as an umbrella term for the debate around corporate responsibilities in relation to the digital transformation and the proliferation of digital technologies in business and society. In the first part of the seminar, we will develop practical solutions for practical challenges along the CDR challenge 2022: https://app.ekipa.de/challenges/digital-future-2022/brief In the second part of the seminar, we will explore theories and concepts related to the term, and how businesses attempt to live up to societal expectations in the digital age! The course will combine lectures with interactive formats, group work and guest lectures.

Challenges and Opportunities of Datafication: Interdisciplinary Perspectives (Seminar)

Dozent/in: Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich

Termin:
14-täglich | Mittwoch | 10:15 - 13:45 | 17.10.2022 - 03.02.2023 | C 12.015 | .

Inhalt: Information communication technologies (ICTs) and big data have given rise to a fundamental digital transformation across public and private sectors, a process referred to as datafication This course offers students the advanced theoretical and analytical skills needed to articulate, develop and understand the social implications of these digital transformations, their challenges and opportunities. To provide conceptual and analytical frameworks that can help students develop, manage and reflect on data-driven strategies in organizations, this course will identify key economic, social, legal and ethical issues at the intersection of technology, business and society. Because of the organizational complexity of ICTs and big data, the course mobilizes cross-disciplinary insights to facilitate a range of analyses and management positions across private, public and non-profit organizations. Hence, the course brings together different perspectives, research methods, and practices from business studies, organization studies, sociology, law, communication or data science. The course will cover several topics, including an introduction to datafication; governance of/ datafication, transparency in a datafied world, platform economy, algorithmic management and control, sustainability, or ethics. Students will be taught these key focus areas and understand the challenges and opportunities of datafication in public and private organizations. The course will include real-world cases, which will enable the students to contextualize and situate relevant case-based examples within existing scientific debates concerning big data, economy and society.