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Study and semester start

Semester
E2021
Subject
Business studies / Business Administration and Leadership
Content

Monday, Aug. 30.

  • 09.00-09.15 Introduction by Deputy Head of Department 25.2-035
  • 09.15- 09.30 Introduction by tutors 25.2-035
  • 09.30-10.15 Social icebreaker 25.1-035
  • 10.15-10.30 Break
  • 10.30-11.00 Introduction to the academic field by head of studies 25.2-035
  • 11.00-11.45 Social icebreaker 25.1-035
  • 11.45-12.30 Introduction the research community 25.2-035
  • 12.30-13.15 Lunch break
  • 13.15-14.15 Be a co-creator of your RUC-profile 04-1-06.1-014
  • 14.15-15.15 Academic presentation / alumni event 25.1-035
  • 15:30 Fælles social kandidat start for ISE studerende 04-1-06.1-014

Tuesday, Aug. 31

  • 08.30-08.45 Welcome by the tutors 25.2-035
  • 08.45-09.15 En studerendes perspektiv: Hvordan er det at være studerende og hvordan kan du have indflydelse på dit studie 25.2-005
  • 09.15-09.30 Breake
  • 09.30-10.15 Social icebreaker 06.2-007
  • 10.15-11.15 Collaborate with the outside world – make a difference with your projects 25.2-035
  • 11.00-11.30 Social icebreaker 06.2-007
  • 11.30-12.45 Lunch break
  • 12.45-13.45 Manage your project – tools to project management as a project group 25.2-035
  • 13.45-14.00 Breake
  • 14.00-14.45 Tour of campus
  • 14.45-15.30 Social icebreaker 06.2-007
  • 15.30 Fælles social kandidat start i studenterhuset

Wednesday, September 1st

Room 25.2-005 - 8.45-13.00, Room 25.3.005 - 13.00-17.00

  • 8.30 – 8.40 Welcome/ Mette Apollo
  • 8.40 – 9.00 How EØ addresses major forces driving change around the world /Margit Neisig
  • 9.00 - 9.20 Resources and value creation: How innovation takes place close to practice through design of practice / Flemming
  • 9.20- 9.30 Break
  • 9.30 – 9.50 Digital media – how it effects businesses, working environments and global restructuring and how to involve users in innovation and adoption of ICT in organizations/ Ada Scupola
  • 9.50-10.20 Plenum discussion / facilitator: Mette Apollo
  • 10.20-10.35 Break
  • 10.35– 10.55 Leadership theories are challenged – network leadership, complexity and different forms of collective leadership are gaining importance / Margit Neisig
  • 10.55 – 11.15 The responsibility is named by different concepts: CSR, multiple bottom lines, business ethics, legitimacy, sustainability and new partnerships. The trustworthiness in the future will depend on that the sustainability strategy will be integrated in the overall strategy and involves the employees’ understanding and commitment. /Jacob Dahl Rendtorff
  • 11.15 -11.25 Break
  • 11.25- 12.00 Plenum discussion and wrap-up: facilitator Mette Apollo
  • 12.00-13.00 Lunch break

Afternoon: Agenda:

  • 13.00 – 17.00 Introduction to Problem-oriented Project Work What you need to know about problem-oriented Project Work before getting started. Literature: Olsen, P.B. and Pedersen, K. (eds) (2019) Problem-oriented project work: a workbook, Copenhagen: Samfundslitteratur (For those of you understanding Danish, this book is available in Danish also). About the book: This book is meant to support problem-oriented learning activities. Problem-orientation concerns the reasoning about lack of knowledge, while project work includes the ethno methods that are practised when collectives produce scientific knowledge. This book also concerns particular methods related to sociology and social science and their relations to the humanities, technical knowledge and natural science. The aim of the book is to support students in the process, from their first reflections on a relevant question to the finishing moments of report writing. Different steps and situations in the project work are described (eg: concepts, situations, ideas and tools for reflection that may be relevant throughout the project work). The subtitle -- a workbook -- is meant literary as a book that may be used as collective knowledge situations become recognisable for the users.
Last changed 01/09/2021

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