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Lehrveranstaltungen

Lehrforschungsprojekt (Seminar)

Dozent/in: Sabine Remdisch

Termin:
Einzeltermin | Do, 16.04.2020, 08:15 - Do, 16.04.2020, 13:45 | intern | digitale Veranstaltung
Einzeltermin | Do, 23.04.2020, 08:15 - Do, 23.04.2020, 13:45 | C 40.162 | digitale Veranstaltung
Einzeltermin | Do, 14.05.2020, 08:15 - Do, 14.05.2020, 11:45 | C 40.162 | digitale Veranstaltung
Einzeltermin | Do, 04.06.2020, 08:15 - Do, 04.06.2020, 11:45 | C 40.162 | digitale Veranstaltung
Einzeltermin | Do, 18.06.2020, 08:15 - Do, 18.06.2020, 09:45 | C 40.162 | digitale Veranstaltung
Einzeltermin | Do, 25.06.2020, 08:15 - Do, 25.06.2020, 09:45 | C 40.162 | digitale Veranstaltung
Einzeltermin | Do, 02.07.2020, 08:15 - Do, 02.07.2020, 09:45 | C 40.164 | digitale Veranstaltung
Einzeltermin | Do, 09.07.2020, 08:15 - Do, 09.07.2020, 09:45 | C 40.162 | digitale Veranstaltung

Inhalt: Auf dem Weg zu einem digitalen Unternehmen sind Investitionen in Technologie alleine nicht ausreichend. Vielmehr müssen Führungsqualitäten ausgebaut werden, um die Transformation zu planen und umzusetzen. Dies sind einerseits Handlungskompetenzen zum zweckmäßigen Einsatz neuer Medien oder zum Aufbau innovationsfreundlicher Strukturen. Andererseits müssen Führungskräfte die zwischenmenschlichen Beziehungen in einem digitalen Arbeitsumfeld wertig gestalten. Die Studierenden setzen sich im Seminar intensiv mit den neuen Führungsanforderungen und -mustern der digitalen Arbeitswelt auseinander.

Negotiation and Conflict Management (Seminar)

Dozent/in: Sudeep Sharma

Termin:
Einzeltermin | Do, 21.05.2020, 12:15 - Do, 21.05.2020, 16:15 | intern | digital (Zoom)
Einzeltermin | Do, 28.05.2020, 12:15 - Do, 28.05.2020, 16:15 | intern | digital (Zoom)
Einzeltermin | Do, 04.06.2020, 12:15 - Do, 04.06.2020, 16:15 | intern | digital (Zoom)
Einzeltermin | Do, 11.06.2020, 12:15 - Do, 11.06.2020, 16:15 | intern | digital (Zoom)
Einzeltermin | Do, 18.06.2020, 12:15 - Do, 18.06.2020, 16:15 | intern | digital (Zoom)
Einzeltermin | Do, 25.06.2020, 12:15 - Do, 25.06.2020, 16:15 | intern | digital (Zoom)

Inhalt: This course provides a perspective of theories and applications of negotiation as related to conflict resolution between individuals within organizations. Examines how people think about, approach, and behave in negotiations. Examines common biases in planning and negotiation behavior and decision making, issues negotiating interpersonally between groups vs. between individuals, methods of influence used in negotiations, and best practices. Overview and philosophy: This course has been designed for students to gain insight into negotiation and conflict management with an emphasis on self-leadership. To that end, I intend to play the role of a facilitator of your learning; Specifically, the course requires sincere engagement and active participation from students, which is the key to advancing their understanding of the material.

Sustainability management and HR: How do HR professionals integrate sustainability into their work practice? (Seminar)

Dozent/in: Stefan Schaltegger, Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich

Termin:
Einzeltermin | Fr, 17.04.2020, 09:15 - Fr, 17.04.2020, 12:00 | intern | digitale Veranstaltung
Einzeltermin | Fr, 24.04.2020, 09:15 - Fr, 24.04.2020, 12:00 | C 40.175 | digitale Veranstaltung
Einzeltermin | Fr, 08.05.2020, 09:15 - Fr, 08.05.2020, 12:00 | C 40.147 | digitale Veranstaltung / individual group counseling
Einzeltermin | Fr, 15.05.2020, 09:15 - Fr, 15.05.2020, 12:00 | C 40.175 | digitale Veranstaltung
Einzeltermin | Fr, 10.07.2020, 09:15 - Fr, 10.07.2020, 12:00 | C 40.162 | digitale Veranstaltung
Einzeltermin | Fr, 10.07.2020, 14:00 - Fr, 10.07.2020, 16:30 | C 40.176 | individual group counseling / digitale Veranstaltung

Inhalt: The ability to manage corporate social responsibility (CSR), sustainability and ethics has become an ever more significant component of different career paths: In addition to a growing demand from companies, an increasing interest in managerial knowledge of these topics can be observed in a large range of organizations, including consultancies, financial service providers, non-profit, public institutions and multinational companies. In the light of this development, this seminar will focus on human resource managers and their engagement with sustainability/CSR/business ethics. It aims to investigate how human resource professionals can initiate organizational change towards more sustainable corporate practices, and which individual traits and organizational conditions help human resource managers to successfully become “change agents for sustainability”. In many large-scale corporations, human resource management is a supporting function of the firm. The organizational position of HR professionals is usually relatively weak. They are often in a shared service unit external to the regular corporate hierarchy, and their relationship to corporate top managers and other employees are usually different from conventional employee–supervisor relationships. Moreover, the human resource function usually is strongly linked to key performance indicators, and the work of HR managers is often driven by short-term gains. The interdisciplinary approach of this seminar is appropriate for two reasons: The study of sustainable human resource management requires in-depth understanding of human resource management, management and organization theory, business ethics, as well as sustainability management. Personal values and norms of HR professions are key for the understanding of what sustainable human resource management may entail. In order to understand how, and under which conditions HR professionals can integrate sustainability into their practices, an in-depth understanding of the complex and normative nature of issues relating to CSR and corporate sustainability is required. These issues are usually multifaceted phenomena, spanning multiple systems, and therefore go beyond corporate boundaries. This requires in-depth knowledge of the inherent complexities, trade-offs and tensions of human resource management. Therefore, linking insights from human resource management, business ethics and corporate sustainability research as well as sustainability science is indispensable for the study of when and how HR professionals can become “change agents for sustainability”.