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Organisations- und Unternehmenstheorien (Vorlesung/Seminar)

Dozent/in: Christoph Seckler

Einzeltermin | Do, 15.10.2015, 16:15 - Do, 15.10.2015, 19:15 | C 14.204 Seminarraum | Kick-Off
wöchentlich | Dienstag | 14:00 - 16:30 | 30.11.2015 - 29.01.2016 | C 14.203 Seminarraum
Einzeltermin | Do, 03.12.2015, 14:00 - Do, 03.12.2015, 17:00 | C 14.102 b Seminarraum | 2nd half of the semester (until 21 Jan.)
Einzeltermin | Do, 10.12.2015, 14:00 - Do, 10.12.2015, 17:00 | C 14.204 Seminarraum
wöchentlich | Donnerstag | 14:00 - 17:00 | 17.12.2015 - 21.01.2016 | C 14.102 b Seminarraum

Inhalt: COURSE DESCRIPTION “For any large company, the value of better organizational design is literally in the tens of billions of dollars of increased market value. ... We believe organizational design is the key to unlocking the opportunities of the 21st century.” McKinsey This course provides students with a profound introduction into ten selected management and organization theories and demonstrates their relevance for understanding and designing organizations. Besides theoretical concepts, teaching will be based on real life cases to provide students with a practical context for course discussions. Throughout the course, initiative, creativity, and critical thinking on the part of the students will be appreciated and encouraged. Students have to learn how to critically analyse different alternatives that are all attractive for different reasons. COURSE STRUCTURE Although this course is formally subdivided into a lecture and a tutorial, I will use a more flexible teaching style mixing lectures, case discussions, and multimedia presentations whenever appropriate. This means that in practice there may be no clear distinction between lecture and tutorial in my teaching. 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 implications for theory and practice from an interdisciplinary perspective.