IT Law & Management

Lecture, 2.00 ECTS

 

Course content

The course is thematically divided into two areas. The part dealing with management and the part dealing with leadership.
In the field of management, it is important for students to get to know goals, tasks and challenges of the business management process.
In the area of leadership, the focus is on the one hand on the different leadership calm that the students have to explain. On the other hand, selected leadership topics such as praise and recognition, delegation, management techniques, etc. will be presented and by means of discussion and minor cases students should be able to apply the knowledge.

Learning outcomes

General: Leadership and Leadership, Leadership Efficiency, Leadership, Principles of Effective Leadership
Leadership styles and leadership techniques: difference between multidimensional leadership, one-dimensional leadership styles (patriarchal, dictatorial, bureaucratic, cooperative), multi-dimensional leadership styles (normative, GRID, 3 D Reddin, situational), leadership techniques in the narrower sense (MbO, MbE, MbD)
Special Leadership Issues: Recognition and Praise, Alcoholism in the Workplace, Motivation, New Hires Training, Internal Termination, From Group to Team, Difficult Employees, Critique Talks, Recognition Vs. Praise, delegate

Corporate concept and corporate governance: corporate concept, corporate governance, selected approaches to corporate governance

Strategy :, phases of strategy development, environmental analysis, TOWS or SWOT analysis, technology portfolios, open innovation

Corporate Culture: Designing an Innovation-Promoting Corporate Culture, Cultural Change as a Long-Term Process, Importance of Corporate Culture for Business Success

Personnel / Human Resources: Introduction, Personnel Development Planning
OE strategies and techniques, the learning organization, the innovation manager

Budget: Determinants of F & E; Analytical Budgeting, Non-Analytical Budgeting, Budget Optimization through Portfolio Management

Cooperation: Creation of cooperations, clusters, networks, competence centers

Innovation Management: Why Innovations? trends

Mode of delivery

Lecture, practical exercises for the students

Prerequisites and co-requisites

None

Assessment methods and criteria

Final exam