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4708135: C15 Leadership & Management

Semester:SS 19
Type:Module/Course/Examination
Language:English
ECTS-Credits:6.0
Scheduled in semester:2
Semester Hours per Week / Contact Hours:48.0 L / 36.0 h
Self-directed study time:144.0 h

Module coordination/Lecturers

Curricula

Master's degree programme in Information Systems (01.09.2015)

Description

  • Short description
A three-day workshop will serve as a case study in which the students participate. This is followed by a reflection phase during which literature review and research will be applied to their experiences. Finally participants have to document their key findings and lessons learned in a written seminar work and prepare a presentation to transfer this new knowledge to their fellow students.

  • Topics
Managing Human ResourcesLeadershipOperations Organisation and Organisational BehaviourProject, Change and Conflict ManagementCompetence Management and DelegationTeambuilding

  • The workshop
The three-day workshop will take place in the beautiful town of Davos, Switzerland. Students will cover their own expenses for accommodation, refreshments, and logistics. Further information will be conveyed during the kick-off session. The format has been tested and refined through our more than ten years of experience and received encouraging feedback from prior participants. The estimated cost for the "workshop package" is 200 CHF.

Learning Outcomes

  • Students will know how communication and cooperation can be designed.Students will know fundamentals about motivation and rewarding schemes.In a case setting, students will learn about coordination and decision taking.

Qualifications

Lectures Method

  • The concept of the workshop is to create a simulation of real business situations. Because there does not exist any absolute formula for success the students are empowered and encouraged to find their own solutions. The lecturers in this module offer active guidance and feedback during this process. The students are also given time to reflect upon their experiences as the workshop progresses by writing a personal "Leadership Diary".

Literature

  • Compulsory readingA list of references will be distributed in class in accordance with the content of the workshop.Further readingAdams, J. S. (1965). Inequity in social exchange. In L. Berkowitz (Ed.), Advances in experimental social psychology (Vol. 2, pp. 267-299). New York: Academic Press.Armstrong, M. (2006): Strategic Human Resource Management: A Guide to Action. 3. Aufl., Thomson-Shore.Beel, J. (2007). Project Team Rewards - rewarding your project Team. First Edition. CreateSpace LLC, Scotts Valley, USA.Drucker, P. F. (1954). The Practice of Management. New York: Harper & Row.Herzberg, F. and Mausner, B. and Bloch Snyderman, B. (1993). The Motivation to Work (10th Edition). Transaction Publishers.Malik, F. (2015). Managing Performing Living (2nd ed.). Campus VerlagMaslow, A. (1943). A Theory Of Human Motivation in Psychological Review 50 (4) pp. 370-96.

Exam Modalities

Evaluation during workshop , including group presentation (30%), seminar paper (40%), and final presentation (30%).

Assessment

  • The participants will constantly be evaluated throughout this workshop by peer-review, performance review and the degree to which they have achieved their objectives. Project and Process Management will be applied as powerful Management Tools.

Comments

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Exams

  • PWW-MA_Leadership & Management (SS 19, bestätigt)