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Veranstaltungen von Sarah Stanske


Organization, Strategy and Innovation (Vorlesung)

Dozent/in: Markus Reihlen, Sarah Stanske, Ursula Weisenfeld

wöchentlich | Montag | 16:15 - 19:45 | 14.10.2024 - 02.12.2024 | C HS 2 | Rhythmus und Struktur wie im letzten Wintersemester

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.

Foundations of Management & Entrepreneurship (Seminar/Übung)

Dozent/in: Sarah Stanske

14-täglich | Mittwoch | 12:45 - 17:45 | 16.10.2024 - 30.10.2024 | C HS 1
Einzeltermin | Mi, 06.11.2024, 14:15 - Mi, 06.11.2024, 07:45 | C HS 1 | CHS 1 - Uhrzeit geändert
14-täglich | Mittwoch | 12:45 - 17:45 | 27.11.2024 - 31.01.2025 | C HS 1

Inhalt: What does it mean to be a “manager” and/or “entrepreneur” in today’s ever-more complex business environment and societal context? What does it mean to be a student or researcher of management and entrepreneurship? Among others, this seminar provides a forum for reflections and discussions on the roles of managers and entrepreneurs in organizations and societies, the historical evolution of these roles as well as their timeliness in the face of digital business contexts and pushes toward more sustainable business practices, implications for the set of skills to be acquired by students of management and entrepreneurship, implications for scientific work in the areas of management and entrepreneurship, and the entrepreneurial management of contemporary organizations. Blending in-class sessions with interactions in the digital sphere, the seminar builds on students’ group reflections, discussions, investigations, and presentations. Therefore, participants are asked to bring any digital devices (notebooks, tablets, smartphones, etc.) that they would like to use for in-class investigations.