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Veranstaltungen von Johanne Düsterbeck


Lehrveranstaltungen

Qualitative Research Methods – Tutorial 2 (Übung)

Dozent/in: Johanne Düsterbeck

Termin:
14-täglich | Donnerstag | 14:15 - 15:45 | 24.10.2022 - 03.02.2023 | C 12.107 | C 12.107

Inhalt: The tutorials supplement the lecture series on Qualitative Research Methods. In the tutorials, participants have the opportunity to ask questions and deepen their understanding of the contents through critical and collective reflection.

Qualitative Research Methods – Tutorial 1 (Übung)

Dozent/in: Johanne Düsterbeck

Termin:
14-täglich | Donnerstag | 14:15 - 15:45 | 17.10.2022 - 03.02.2023 | C 12.107 | C 12.107

Inhalt: The tutorials supplement the lecture series on Qualitative Research Methods. In the tutorials, participants have the opportunity to ask questions and deepen their understanding of the contents through critical and collective reflection.

Qualitative Research Methods (Vorlesung)

Dozent/in: Johanne Düsterbeck

Termin:
wöchentlich | Montag | 08:15 - 09:45 | 17.10.2022 - 03.02.2023 | C 14.027 | Lehrpräsenz der Studierenden frei einteilbar, da die zuvor produzierten Videos jederzeit einsehbar sind.

Inhalt: This course offers students a more advanced introduction into qualitative research methods. 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. Students will learn how to set up a qualitative research project and will be informed about different qualitative research approaches such as case study research, grounded theory, ethnography or action research. The course gives students the opportunity to discuss and reflect on how to construct a research question, craft a qualitative research design, collect and rigorously analyse data with the help of qualitative data analysis methodologies and procedures, as well as evaluating the quality of qualitative research.

Management - Seminar #9 Managing Management Skills (E) (Seminar)

Dozent/in: Johanne Düsterbeck

Termin:
Einzeltermin | Fr, 28.10.2022, 14:15 - Fr, 28.10.2022, 16:15 | C 40.501
Einzeltermin | Fr, 25.11.2022, 14:15 - Fr, 25.11.2022, 19:45 | C 40.153
Einzeltermin | Sa, 26.11.2022, 09:00 - Sa, 26.11.2022, 19:00 | C 40.153

Inhalt: In the last decade an abundance of evidence has been produced that skillful management—especially those competent in the management of people in organizations— is the key determinant of organizational success. The research findings make it almost unquestionable that if organizations want to succeed, they must have competent, skillful managers. However, what exactly differentiates skillful managers from less skillful managers? If developing management skills is so crucial for organizational success, what skills ought to be the focus of attention? Management skills, in general, are the means by which managers translate their own style, strategy, and favorite tools or techniques into practice. In this course we focus on 10 different but interrelated skills (taken below from the seminar textbook): Personal Skills 1. Developing Self-Awareness 2. Managing Personal Stress 3. Solving Problems Analytically and Creatively Interpersonal Skills 4. Building Relationships by Communicating Supportively 5. Gaining Power and Influence 6. Motivating Others 7. Managing Conflict Group Skills 8. Empowering and Delegating 9. Building Effective Teams and Teamwork 10. Leading Positive Change What all skills do have in common is the potential for improvement through practice and training. Any approach to developing management skills, therefore, must involve a heavy dose of practical application. At the same time, practice without the necessary conceptual knowledge is sterile and ignores the need for flexibility and adaptation to different situations. Therefore, developing competencies in management skills is inherently tied to both conceptual learning and behavioral practice. The method that has been found to be most successful in helping individuals develop management skills is based on social learning theory (Bandura, 1977; Boyatzis et al.,1995; Davis & Luthans, 1980). This approach marries rigorous conceptual knowledge with opportunities to practice and apply observable behaviors. It relies on cognitive work as well as behavioral work. In this course we use this learning model and build it on four steps: (1) the presentation of behavioral principles or action guidelines using scientifically based knowledge about the effects of the management principles being presented; (2) demonstration of the principles by means of trainings that involve for example cases, films, scripts, or incidents; (3) opportunities to practice the principles through workshops, role-plays or exercises; and (4) feedback on performance from peers and the course instructor. The seminar is based on the book 'Developing Management Skills' from David Whetten & Kim Cameron.