Vorträge, Seminare & Workshops

Hier finden sie diverse Seminare und Veranstaltungen der an der Plattform beteiligten Forschungszentren und Arbeitsgruppen.
Sollten sie eine Veranstaltung haben die sie hier ankündigen möchten, lassen sie uns bitte ein kurzes Mail mit Details an orgsoc@uibk.ac.at zukommen.

Termine Wintersemester 2018/19



 

Vergangene Veranstaltungen

 

Workshop Theorizing in Information Systems

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Gast: Prof. Anol Bhattacherjee (University of South Florida), Datum: 15.-16. Mai 2018

Inhalt: This workshop is designed to introduce participants with a formal approach to evaluating scientific theories and using them appropriately and intelligently in their own research. We will examine what constitutes a scientific theory, examine several scientific theories, and explore ways in which theories can be applied to information systems research in deductive and inductive manner. Using team-based exercises, participants will evaluate the appropriateness of one or more theories for research problems of their interest and apply these theories intelligently to extend their understanding of both research problems and to contribute to their referent theoretical.

Eine Kooperation mit dem FZ Information Systems for Connected Work and Life

Wir danken der Personalentwicklung der Universität Innsbruck im Namen der 12 TeilnehmerInnen für die großzügige Unterstützung! 

  

Workshop: “Teaching and Integrating Evidence-Based Management into the Curriculum”

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Gast: Prof. Denise M. Rousseau (Heinz College & Tepper School of Business),  Datum: 15. Dezember 2017

Inhalt: The Workshop would address the six learning goals associated with teaching EBP, with particularly emphasis on
the first four:

  • ASKHow to help practitioners ask important questions relevant to practice
    I will demonstrate how we take a practical problem and have learners identify assumptions that might be important to test in order to make good decisions.

  • ACQUIRE – How to find evidence to answer these questions
    I will show how to teach students to find scientific evidence using GOOGLE SCHOLAR and develop what we call CATs, Critically Appraised Topics.
    I will also touch on how one might gather other forms of evidence.
  • APPRAISE – How to evaluate the quality of scientific evidence
    I will address how we help learners understanding about causal inference for “effect” questions that practitioners raise. Also will discuss the relevance of qualitative data particularly for questions pertinent to stakeholder perspectives and user experiences.

  • AGGREGATE – How to combine evidence from science, expertise, organizational data and stakeholders
    I will show a Bayesian approach to updating understandings developed from different forms of evidence

In addition, I will touch on some issues associated with actual decision making using EBP, including its last two learning goals
APPLY – How to incorporate evidence into a decision
ASSESS – Evaluate the outcomes and effects of decisions.

Vita: Denise M. Rousseau is the H.J. Heinz II University Professor of Organizational Behavior and Public Policy at Heinz College and the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. She is the faculty chair of Heinz’s Health Care Policy and Management program. The 2004-2005 President of the Academy of Management and 1998-2007 Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Organizational Behavior, Rousseau received her A.B., M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley with degrees in psychology and anthropology, and holds several honorary doctorates. In 2007, Rousseau founded the Evidence-Based Management Collaborative, a network of scholars, consultants, and practicing managers to promote evidence-informed organizational practices and decision making.


In Kooperation mit dem Insitut für Psychologie.

 

 

Guest Lecture: „Yes, there is such a thing as Evidence-Based Management“

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Gast: Prof. Denise M. Rousseau (Heinz College & Tepper School of Business),  Datum: 15. Dezember 2017

Inhalt: BLURB to DESCRIBE TOPIC: Contemporary managers are heavily swayed in their thinking and decisions by habit, fads, convention and unrealistic levels of confidence. Practitioners of evidence-based management (EBMgt) learn to rethink their approaches to information in order to make more effective decisions. EBMgt means making decisions based on best available evidence with special emphasis on relevant scientific findings and unbiased organizational facts. It involves active use of decision practices that reduce bias and judgment errors and give due consideration to ethical concerns.

WHAT I WILL TALK ABOUT: I will present EBMgt and its key approaches to four sources of evidence, tell a story about Sully Sullenberg, the USAIR pilot who crash landed on the Hudson River in NYC, and talk about how EBMgt overcomes the cognitive and learning limitations of contemporary managers.

VITA: Denise M. Rousseau is the H.J. Heinz II University Professor of Organizational Behavior and Public Policy at Heinz College and the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. She is the faculty chair of Heinz’s Health Care Policy and Management program. The 2004-2005 President of the Academy of Management and 1998-2007 Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Organizational Behavior, Rousseau received her A.B., M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley with degrees in psychology and anthropology, and holds several honorary doctorates. In 2007, Rousseau founded the Evidence-Based Management Collaborative, a network of scholars, consultants, and practicing managers to promote evidence-informed organizational practices and decision making.

 
In Kooperation mit dem Insitut für Psychologie.

 

 

Research Seminar: The Increasing Complexity of Global Digital Marketing


Gast: Jennifer Osbon, MBA (University of Georgia; MegaPlayer, Atlanta, GA), Datum: 19. Mai 2017

Content: There is a complexity in today’s customer journeys across multiple devices and through time, particularly for high involvement or high-value purchases. Research shows that there is a high influence of online channels with 82% of purchasers researching online against 4% using offline only. This shows the impact of online marketing on consumers. Today’s marketer not only has more channel choices than at any other time in history, but the number of channels is increasing every day. Plus they are often operating with effectively less budget, to deliver higher, more accountable performance, while a waterfall of data thunders down upon them. No wonder marketers feel overwhelmed. We are increasingly moving towards a ‘post-digital marketing world’ where the use of digital media and technology in marketing has become so ubiquitous we no longer have separate “digital marketing activities” since they are fully integrated. That is to say, digital marketing activities are simply part of marketing. This is partly driven by changes in consumer media consumption where people continue to consume content in different formats without consciously thinking about the devices or channels they are using.

The ‘post-digital’ thinking is also plagued by problems of managing marketing activities where ‘digital silos’ exist and different parts of marketing and their agencies don’t communicate effectively giving rise to campaigns that don’t work across geographies and/or media. 

The solution is much easier said than done. It includes:

  • Creating new marketing processes to integrate digital to the heart of strategy, investment and marketing campaigns
  • Shifting control of marketing technology from IT to Marketing
  • Organizing marketing teams for simultaneous scale and innovation

Marketers are moving towards integrated planning of digital and traditional activities, but there is still plenty of room for improvement. One study found only one-quarter of companies are satisfied with their level of integration across digital and traditional communications and only 5% claim to be fully integrated and optimized.

 

 

WuV-Lecture: Europa am Wendepunkt. Welche Folgen hat der Brexit?



Gast: Dr. Melanie Sully (Institut für Go-Governance in Wien); Moderation: Andreas Exenberger; Datum: 3. April 2017
Ort: Die Bäckerei

Es geht um den künftigen Status Großbritanniens außerhalb der Europäischen Union und darum, wie das Leben von Millionen von Menschen in Europa davon betroffen wird. Noch sind nicht alle Folgen der britischen Entscheidung absehbar, aber sicher ist, eine Reform der Europäischen Union ist dringend notwendig. 

Der Vortrag von Melanie Sully wird viele Fragen rund um den Brexit und seine Auswirkungen auf Europa beantworten aber auch sehr viele Fragen aufwerfen. Was sind die Hintergründe des Referendums? Wie flexibel ist die EU? Was ist seit Juni 2016 passiert? Wie geht es die nächsten beiden Jahre weiter?

Melanie Sully ist britische Politologin und Direktorin des Instituts für Go-Governance in Wien. Sie fungiert als Beraterin bei der OSZE für parlamentarische Standards, vergleichende Gesetzgebungen, Gender und Politische Repräsentation. Ihre aktuelle Forschung umfasst die britische Innenpolitik, den Brexit und die EU. Von 1988 bis 1991 war sie Gastprofessorin an der Universität Innsbruck.

Eine Kooperation des Arbeitskreis WuV, FP OrgSoc und Haus der Begegnung.

 

 

 

WuV Lecture - "Was ist Heterodoxe Ökonomie? - Einblicke in die Alternativen zur ökonomischen Standardlehre"



Gast: Dr. Jakob Kapeller (Johannes Keppler Universität Linz) ; Datum: 15. Dezember 2016

"Heterodoxe Ökonomie" fungiert gemeinhin als Sammelbegriff für jene Denkschulen und Traditionen des ökonomischen Denkens, die in wesentlichen Punkten von der neoklassischen ökonomischen Standardlehre abweichen. Vor diesem Hintergrund versucht der Vortrag den Status heterodoxer ökonomischer Ansätze in Forschung und Lehre auszuloten sowie die Frage zu diskutieren, ob und inwiefern die heterodoxe Ökonomie ein eigenständiges Forschunsprogramm bildet, das über die geteilte Kritik an einem dominanten Paradigma hinausgeht.

 

 


Research Seminar: "The Power of Personal"

Abstract: Since the time of the industrial revolution, technology has improved the well-being of both producers, whose incomes could rise through greater productivity, and consumers, e.g., through greater availability and lower prices of consumer goods. However, this has come at the cost of a distancing between consumers and producers (and between consumers and production in general). I will discuss some results from a budding research program investigating the effects of reducing this distance (e.g., by identifying producers to consumers and vice versa). I will argue that more recent developments in technology can lead to further distancing and objectification of consumers, but may also be used to bring producers and consumers closer together by making business more personal.

Gast: Prof. Dr. Christoph Fuchs (TU München), Datum: 10. Juni 2016

Christoph Fuchs is Professor of Marketing at the TUM School of Management and Visiting Professor at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. His research interests include customer empowerment and integration, process and production innovation, and consumer response to novel marketing strategies and tactics. His research has appeared in premier marketing and management journals such as the Journal of Marketing and Management Science, and received prestigious awards including the Thomas P. Hustad Award for the best paper published in the Journal of Product Innovation Innovation Management in 2011. Professor Fuchs serves on the editorial review boards of the International Journal of Research in Marketing and the Journal of Product Innovation Management and regularly serves as reviewer for other leading journals (including the Journal of Marketing, Journal of Consumer Research, etc.).


 

Jean-Monnet-Lecture: "Bad Press. National Parliaments, EU Affairs, and the Media"

 

Gast: Prof. Dr. Katrin Auel (Insitut für Höhere Studien, Wien); Datum: 7. Juni 2016

Drawing on Lincoln’s famous Gettysburg Address, it can be argued that democratic legitimacy is not limited to ‘government by and for the people’. In addition, ‘government of  the people’ requires that citizens feel a sense of ownership towards the political system and decision-making. Within the European Union (EU), domestic parliamentary representatives are in a privileged position to provide such ownership in EU affairs by serving as transmission belts between the EU and their citizens. Yet their legitimation potential crucially depends on whether they are actually able to reach the broader public. Given that most citizens experience politics through the media, the presentation investigates how national newspapers report on domestic parliamentary activities in EU affairs with a particular focus on the impact of contestation of and conflict over the European Union both within parliament and in public opinion. For the analysis, the presentation draws on two unique and extensive quantitative datasets covering parliamentary activities in Austria, Finland, France, Germany Poland, Spain and the UK between 2010 and 2013 as well as data derived from a quantitative content analysis of three newspapers in each member state (two quality papers and one tabloid) over the same time period.

 


WuV-Lecture: „Lokal, global, ganz egal? - die Welt auf meinem Teller“

Gast: Prof.in Marianne Penker (Boku Wien); Moderation: Prof. Markus Schermer (Institut für Soziologie, Universität Innsbruck); Datum: 07. Juni 2016 Aus der Reihe: Agri Food-Studies.

Die globalisierte Lebensmittelproduktion verknüpft arbeitsteilige Verarbeitungsschritte in verschiedenen Ländern und Kontinenten. Handelsabkommen, technische Innovationen und der Konsumwunsch nach Fertiggerichten erhöhen tendenziell die Entfernungen und die Komplexität der verarbeiteten Lebensmittel. Gleichzeitig bemühen sich einzelne Betriebe und Initiativen, aber auch ganze Regionen um die Inwertsetzung regionaler Lebensmittel. Zahl der Akteure und Entfernung bedingen unterschiedliche Produktionsstrukturen, gesellschaftliche und ökologische Effekte. Praxisbeispiele und aktuelle Trends, kontroverse sozio-ökologische Fragen und Forschungsergebnisse bieten Anknüpfungspunkte für die Publikumsdiskussion.

Marianne Penker ist Professorin für Regionalentwicklung an der Universität für Bodenkultur Wien, stv. Leiterin des Instituts für nachhaltige Wirtschaftsentwicklung, Mitglied des UNESCO Nationalkomitees Man and Biosphere an der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.

Wer den gut besuchten Vortrag verpasst hat, kann sich  in Kürze hier die Audioaufzeichnung anhören!

 

 

Research Seminar: Incentive Recalibration through Intra-year Target Revisions: Evidence from Sales Managers’ Targets

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Leitung: Martin Artz (Associate Professor für Marketing und Controlling, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management). Datum: 27. Oktober 2015

Abstract: We investigate whether intra-year target revisions are used by top management to recalibrate the incentives implied by decentralized managers’ bonus functions. When actual performance unexpectedly deviates from targeted performance in the course of the year, piecewise bonus functions that are often used in practice can set strong incentives for dysfunctional behavior. We introduce the idea that firms use intra-year target revisions to address this problem. For a sample of decentralized sales managers, we predict and find that the likelihood of a decentralized manager to drop out of his incentive zone is positively associated with the likelihood of an intra-year target revision. Moreover, higher degrees of delegated decision authority and intra-firm interdependencies reduce this positive association. This is consistent with the idea that firms with different given organizational design characteristics have different benefits and costs of target revisions and trade off these benefits and costs. Our theory and findings shed some new light on firms’ target setting policies which have not been addressed so far.

Trotz später Stunde gab es noch zahlreiche TeilnehmerInnen für das Research Seminar im Fakultätssitzungssaal, die alle interessiert den Ausführungen von Herrn Artz lauschten. Vielen Dank an die TeilnehmerInnen und Herrn Artz für ein gelungenes Seminar!




Research Seminar: "Who kicks whom? Exploring the Relationship between Organizational Performance and IT Use"

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Gast: Rajiv Kohli (Raymond A. Mason School of Business, College of William & Mary)
6. Oktober 2015, 12:30-14:00 Uhr

Abstract: Researchers have found that the use of information systems (IS) leads to improved performance and hypothesized a positive effect of use on subsequent performance. We extend prior theory and argue that the relationship between IS use and performance is context- and time dependent. Specifically, we propose that in the context of business analytics systems, performance is a causal antecedent of use as these systems are primarily employed to diagnose the causes of performance decline.
Drawing upon attribution theory, we hypothesize that performance decline will lead to increased usage. After analyzing lags in longitudinal data from seven hospital organizations, we find that in the two hospitals facing decline, lower organizational performance lead to higher IS use while in the other five hospitals that were not facing performance decline, we find no significant effects of performance on use. Our results provide robust support for our proposed extension of extant use-performance theory.

Wir danken allen Rajiv Kohli und den Teilnehmern des Seminars für einen besonders regen Austausch und das starke Engagement!

 


Research Seminar "Employer branding as a communicative practice"

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Gäste: Helle Kryger Aggerholm und Sophie Esmann Andersen
(School of Business and Social Sciences, Department of Business Communication, Aarhus University) 

Datum: 27. Mai 2015

Inhalt: Key concepts and ideas within strategic communication and three perspectives on employer branding.Wir danken den Dänischen Kolleginnen für zwei spannenden Sessions und den regen Austausch!

 


WuV-Lecture: „Zurück in die Zukunft - Zur Refeudalisierung sozialer Ungleichheit“

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Gast: Sighard Neckel (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main) Datum: 25. März 2015
In Kooperation mit WuV und dem Institut für Soziologie

Abstract: In den letzten 20 Jahren sind in vielen kapitalistischen Ländern Formen einer „Refeudalisierung“ sozialer Ungleichheit entstanden. Die heutige Winner-take-all-Position der ökonomischen Oberschichten geht auf Strategien der Privilegiensicherung zurück, die unter Ausschaltung zentraler Marktprinzipien darauf abzielen, Maximalgewinne zu erzielen. Begünstigt werden diese Strategien durch eine politische Umverteilung nach oben sowie durch den Zuwachs eigener politischer Macht. Diese Vereinigung wirtschaftlicher und politischer Macht einer neuen Reichtumsoligarchie lässt an vormoderner Klassenbildung denken, bei der eine Trennung zwischen Staat und bürgerlicher Gesellschaft, noch nicht existierte.

Sighard Neckel ist Professor für Soziologie und Soziale Ungleichheit an der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, Principal Investigator des dortigen Exzellenzclusters „Normative Orders“ und Mitglied des Kollegiums des Frankfurter Instituts für Sozialforschung.

Wir Danken Herrn Neckel für einen spannenden Abend, WuV für die gemeinsame Organisation und den zahlreichen Gästen für ihr Kommen und Mitdiskutieren.

 

 

WuV-Lecture: Humanistic Studies - Main challenges in an academic climate of rates and rankings

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Guest: Hans Alma (University of Humanistic Studies in Utrecht, Netherlands) 28. Januar 2015
In Kooperation mit WuV

Content: Humanistic Studies is a multidisciplinary field of study in which meanings of life and humanisation are central concepts. At heart, Humanistic Studies is devoted to developing and interconnecting knowledge and values. As such, the university is inspired by a long humanist tradition in western culture, found in philosophy, the social sciences and humanities, literature and the arts. It includes the scientific duty to critically examine humanist values and concepts, and the consequences they have for professional practices (humanist counselling, education, coaching) and institutional settings. I'll discuss the challenges Humanistic Studies face in today's competitive academic climate.

Hans Alma studied Pedagogics and Psychology at the Universities of Leiden and Nijmegen and worked as a researcher in Amsterdam, Leiden and Utrecht. Since 2003 she is Professor of Cultural Psychology at the University of Humanistic Studies (Utrecht) and her research revolves around imagination, meanings of life and religious pluralism. The University of Humanistic Studies in Utrecht is a renowned academic centre of knowledge inspired by the humanist body of thought and Hans Alma was the first female rector not only in Utrecht but in the Netherlands.



Horizon 2020 – Förderlinien: "Europe in a changing world - Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies”: How to enter into the Top-5 and how to fail with an excellent proposal

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Gast: Andreas Maurer (Institut für Plotikwissenschaft, Universität Innsbruck) Datum: 25.November 2014

Inhalt: Im Dezember 2014 schreibt die EU-Kommission im Rahmen der Förderlinie “Europe in a changing world - Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies” erneut zwei für die Sozialwissenschaften relevante Aufrufe zur Einreichung von Forschungsprojektvorschlägen aus. Unter der Rubrik “OVERCOMING THE CRISIS: NEW IDEAS, STRATEGIES AND GOVERNANCE STRUCTURES FOR EUROPE“ (H2020-EURO-SOCIETY-2015) stehen insgesamt 5 Mill. EUR; unter der Rubrik „EUROPE AS A GLOBAL ACTOR“ (H2020-INT-SOCIETY-2015) insgesamt 25 Mill. EUR zur Verfügung.
Ausgehend von den Erfahrungen als Mitglied der Evaluierungsgruppe der Kommission für diese Förderlinie gibt Prof. Dr. Andreas Maurer Einblicke in die Bewertungskriterien, bewährten Praktiken guter Anträge und Fehler, die bei der Antragstellung zu vermeiden sind.

Bei der Antragstellung haben sich die Punkte Interdisziplinarität, Nutzbarmachung der Forschung für die Gesellschaft aber auch Genderbalance als wichtig erwiesen. Jeder Antrag wird von Experten individuell bewertet und dann in der Gruppe darufber angestimmt. Wichtig ist eine exakte Erfüllung aller Antragskriterien und das alle ForscherInnen an einem Strang ziehen!

 


Research Seminar: "Buying, renting, gifting, sharing - Old and new practices of access-based consumption"

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Gast: Daniele Dalli (Professor of Marketing and Consumer Behavior, University of Pisa) Datum:  23.September 2014
Eine Kooperation mit dem Brand Lab und dem Italienzentrum.

Mehr Informationen finden sie hier.



 

Research Seminar: "Building Entrepreneurial Tie Portfolios through strategic Homophily: the Role of Narrative Identity Wirk in Venture Creation and early Growth"

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Gast: Nelson Phillips (Abu Dhabi Chamber Chair in Innovation and Strategy, Imperial Collage London - Paper-Co-Autoren: Paul Tracey &Neri Karra) Datum: 29. Juni 2012

Abstract: In this article, we present the results of a case study of an entrepreneur who successfully founded and grew a venture underpinned by a portfolio of strongly homophilous, dyadic ties. Building on our case, we discuss how the entrepreneur strategically constructed these ties through a form of narrative identity work, explore the shared identity narratives that he used to do so, and highlight the heterogeneous nature of the resulting tie portfolio. We go on to explore the factors that motivated the entrepreneur to purposefully construct an entrepreneurial tie portfolio in this way. Building on our findings, we discuss the nature of narrative identity work and its role in creating homophilous ties, explore the connection between the resulting shared identity narratives and trust, and discuss the central role of values in strategic homophily.

Meet the Editor Lunch (im Anschluss an die Session)
Da Nelson Phillips derzeit Co-Editor des Journal of Management Inquiry ist, bestand für alle Interessierten am Publizieren in diesem Journal bei einem gemeinsamen Mittagessen die Chance etwas über die Dos and Don´ts zu erfahren.


 

Research Seminar: „When limited liability was (still) an issue - conflicting mobilizations in nineteenth century England"

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Gast: Prof. Marie-Laure Djelic (Management Department, ESSEC Business School, Cergy, France) Datum: 3. Mai 2012

Abstract: The corporation is a constitutive element of modern capitalism. In its contemporary form, the corporation comes with a striking legal feature – ownership is associated with limited liability. Today, we tend to take for granted both the principle of limited liability and its association with the corporate form. This was not always the case, though. In the 19th century still, the principle of limited liability generated heated discussions and was a locus of intense ‘contentious politics’.
In this paper, we focus on the social movement dynamics that crystallized around the principle of limited liability in 19th century England. Interestingly, the debates that were raging then and there did not only have an economic focus. They also had significant social, political and even ethical dimensions. In the end, this episode of contentious politics proved highly consequential. It ultimately found its resolution in the formal institutionalization of limited liability as a constitutive legal feature of incorporation. This was a striking turning point in the history of capitalism, with profound implications for our contemporary understanding of responsibility in economic life.


 

Workshop: Hermeneutische Textanalyse - “Qualitative Leitfadeninterviews: Von der Forschungsfragestellung zum Gesprächsleitfaden“

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Leitung: Dr. Jan Kruse (Institut für Soziologie Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Selbstständiger Trainer für Qualitative Interviewforschung) Datum: 3.-5. Jänner 2012 

In der Forschungspraxis qualitativer Interviewforschung hat sich das Leitfadeninterview weitgehend durchgesetzt: Das Leitfadeninterview gibt es allerdings nicht, denn ganz unterschiedliche Interviewformen und -varianten werden mit Gesprächsleitfäden durchgeführt.

Zwar haben sich bezüglich verschiedener Interviewverfahren umfangreichere methodologische Reflexionen entwickelt. Es bestehen aber noch methodische Defizite in Hinblick darauf, sich die Kompetenz, qualitative Interviewleitfäden zu entwickeln, welche die „Qualität qualitativer Daten“ gewährleisten, auch praktisch anzueignen. Aus diesem Grund vermittelte Herr Dr. Jan Kruse in einem dreitägigen Seminar alle wichtigen Inhalte und Tools um eigene Forschungsvorhaben zu realisieren.

Eine wichtige Voraussetzung des Workshops war die Anwendung des Gelernten auf das eigene Forschungsprojekt. Durch Reflexionen und Diskussionen im Plenum erhielten alle Teilnehmer die Gelegenheit, wichtige Themen interaktiv zu gestalten und Feedback in Bezug auf das eigene Forschungsprojekt zu bekommen. Dadurch wurde sichergestellt, dass das Gelernte direkt zu einem Fortschritt in dem eigenen wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten führt.

Wir danken der Personalentwicklung der Universität Innsbruck im Namen der 12 TeilnehmerInnen für die großzügige Unterstützung!