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Eine disruptive Veränderung kann einem Unternehmen einen signifikanten Wettbewerbsvorteil verschaffen. #WIR mit Dr. Wolfgang Ritzberger

Die Digitale Transformation ist das Kernthema des Lehrgangs Management und IT. Das Einbeziehen von informationstechnologischen Entwicklungen in Management-Entscheidungen ist unumgänglich geworden, um erfolgreich und innovativ zu sein. Management-Know-How und IT-Expertise bilden die zentralen Inhalte, welche in einer modernen Lernumgebung vermittelt werden.

Was sagen unsere Vortragenden zu ihren Fachgebieten, welche Trends sehen sie für die Zukunft der AbsolventInnen?

#WIR am Department haben bei Hr. Dr. Wolfgang Ritzberger nachgefragt.

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Gegenseitiges Verständnis und integrierte Arbeitsweisen sind erfolgskritisch. #WIR mit Dr. Ulrike Baumöl

Die Digitale Transformation ist das Kernthema des Lehrgangs Management und IT. Das Einbeziehen von informationstechnologischen Entwicklungen in Management-Entscheidungen ist unumgänglich geworden, um erfolgreich und innovativ zu sein. Management-Know-How und IT-Expertise bilden die zentralen Inhalte, welche in einer modernen Lernumgebung vermittelt werden.

Was sagen unsere Vortragenden zu ihren Fachgebieten, welche Trends sehen sie für die Zukunft der AbsolventInnen?

#WIR am Department haben bei Frau Dr. Ulrike Baumöl nachgefragt.

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Call for Papers: Government Information Quarterly – Special Issue on Open Innovation in the Public Sector

Government Information Quarterly is an international journal that examines the intersection of policy, information technology, government, and the public. In particular, GIQ focuses on how policies affect government information flows and the availability of government information; the use of technology to create and provide innovative government services; the impact of information technology on the relationship between the governed and those governing; and the increasing significance of information policies and information technology in relation to democratic practices.
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John Seely Brown about Blended Learning

John Seely Brown, former chief scientist at Xerox, has morphed in recent years into the “Chief of Confusion,” seeking “the right questions” in a range of fields, including education. He is joined by Dava Newman and John Belcher for a discussion on education in the 21st century.

About the Lecture

Even when children are high achievers and facile with new technology, many seem gradually to lose their sense of wonder and curiosity, notes John Seely Brown. Traditional educational methods may be smothering their innate drive to explore the world. Brown and like-minded colleagues are developing the underpinnings for a new 21st century pedagogy that broadens rather than narrows horizons.

John Seely Brown, former chief scientist at Xerox, has morphed in recent years into the “Chief of Confusion,” seeking “the right questions” in a range of fields, including education. He finds unusual sources for his questions: basketball and opera coaches, surfing and video game champions. He’s gathered insights from unorthodox venues, and from more traditional classrooms, to paint quite a different picture of what learning might look like.

Watch the video and read the complete article at MIT World.