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Seminars in summer semester 2024

News vom 11.12.2023

Seminar courses offered in summer semester 2024 (Professur Personalpolitik)


BSc  BWL

(10113311) Wissenschaftliche Konzepte und Methoden im Management / Academic Concepts and Methods in Management
"Civil Society Organizations: between the state and the market"
Dr. Sumrin Kalia

Tuesday 10-13:00, first class on Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Please register until 14th April by mailing this registration form to sumrin.kalia@.fu-berlin.de
(Attendance required. The students will write reseach papers and do group presentations)

Civil society organizations occupy the space in between the market and the state, while not isolated from them. These may be more formal such as NGOs, International NGOS (INGOS), social mission organizations, advocacy groups, welfare and charity-based organizations but may also be informal such as community-based organizations, religious organizations, and cultural institutions or have a hybrid format such as social enterprises and government sponsored NGOs (GoNGOs). Through case studies from a range of context, this seminar will explore, organizational, socio-cultural, and ethical challenges of civil society organizations.

BSc  BWL
(10113411) Wissenschaftliche Konzepte und Methoden im Management / Academic Concepts and Methods in Management
"Power and Culture in Organizations"
Dr. Sumrin Kalia

Wednesday 10-13:00, first class on Wednesday 24th April 2024
Please register until 14th April by mailing this registration form to sumrin.kalia@.fu-berlin.de
(Attendance required. The students will write reseach papers and do group presentations)

Culture plays a key role in the success and failure of organizations. Power dynamics within organizations, the role of leadership, and mutual expectations influence behaviours and performances. This seminar will focus on processes which lead to emergence, evolution, and change in organizational culture and the ways in which they influence organizational functions. The goal is to understand the role of values, leadership, social and material environment, networks, and hierarchies in organizational decision making and practices.

 

BSc  30 LP Management / 60 LP BWL
(10114701+10114711) Organisationsforschung / Organizational Research
"Diversity and Intersectionality at the Workplace"
Dr. Sumrin Kalia
Thursday 10-13:00, first class on Thursday 25th April 2024
Please register until 14th April by mailing this registration form to sumrin.kalia@.fu-berlin.de
(Attendance required. The students will write reseach papers and do group presentations)

Diversity along various dimensions of identity (e.g., race, gender, nationality, age, class, core beliefs, etc.) can be an important asset for workplaces, however poor management of differences can make them a liability. In this seminar, students will be introduced to key dimensions of intersectionality and the ways they shape thinking and behaviours in workplace. The goal is to understand opportunities and challenges of diversity in organisations; identifying patterns of discrimination, unconscious bias, pay and opportunity gaps; and strategies to foster fair, inclusive, and productive workplaces.

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