Teaching at the Chair of Human Resource Management
For both, the lectures and exercise classes, you find the recordings in the respective course on ILIAS.
Bachelor Foundation Business Administration: Managament (Part Human Resource Management)
An understanding of the basic functions of managing businesses is provided.
Bachelor Module: Human Resources and Organizations
Students acquire basic knowledge in the field of human resources, personnel economics and organization economics, gain knowledge about methods and instruments from the field of human resources and are able to apply those. The module addresses the opportunities and threats of digitalization in the workplace as well as the use of AI in HRM.
Bachelor Module: HR Management & Digital Workplace
The module offers an interdisciplinary approach and brings together knowledge about Human Resource Management, Leadership and Digitalization. The module specifically focuses on topics related to the future of work in organizations. The topics range from interactive systems at the digital workplace and human-centered design, to recruiting, training and development, as well as (digital) leadership.
Bachelor: Teamproject Economy and Technology
- Creditable in elective module BUS/ENG or electives
- Further information on the format can be found here and during the registration phase an overview including a description of the projects in the Wiwi-Portal.
- In the winter semester 20/21 the Chair of Human Resource Management together with the Institute of Production Science (wbk) supervised two teams that created a general research concept for the learning factory of wbk and an experimental design for optimal information provision in clocked assembly lines.
Master Module: Incentives, Interactivity & Decisions in Organizations
The module offers an interdisciplinary approach to study incentive structures, the role of interactivity in information systems, and decision making in organizations. The module specifically focuses on topics related to the workplace and the future of work in organizations. The topics range from designing incentive systems and interactive systems to leadership, decision making, as well as understanding human behavior.
- Bachelor/Master Seminar Human Resource Management
- Bachelor/Master Seminar Human Resources and Organizations
- Bachelor/Master Seminar Digital Citizen Science