|Course name||Modern Organization Theory (Seminar)|
|Course level||Graduate (Master)|
The seminar will be held twice and will be similar in content.
Contents: Within the seminar students are requested to intensively deal with selected issues of contemporary organizations or organization research. The goal of the seminar is to offer a systematic overview of organizational research in the field addressed and to reflect critically recent research findings and limitations.
Prerequisites: Basics in modern organization theory
Requirements: The basic text serves as required reading for all students prior to the beginning of the seminar. In preparation of your presentation an obligatory consultation of each group with the supervisor of your topic has to be appointed and realized latest one week in advance.
Exam: Individual presentation (20 min each group member plus 10 min group discussion) in two- or three-party groups with interactive elements; Handout (maximum 2 pages), overall participation and performance in plenum discussions. Term-paper with regard to presentation topic (word count: 6.000-8.000 per person including directories, exclusive appendix).
|Further information on the course||See website of the Professorship.|
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