The course serves the individual and group-related experience learning on diversity and group dynamic processes in teams as well as the theoretical transfer of knowledge. The focus is on the connection between knowledge appropriation to group dynamic processes, diversity dimensions, minority and majority mechanisms as well as inclusion and exclusion processes. The course provides the conceptual and theoretical frameworks of diversity management in organizations that helps to understand diversity in teams.
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|Wednesday||11/17/21||08:00 AM - 12:00 PM||TC.4.01|
|Wednesday||11/24/21||12:30 PM - 04:30 PM||Online-Einheit|
|Tuesday||12/07/21||12:00 PM - 04:00 PM||TC.2.02|
|Wednesday||12/15/21||12:30 PM - 04:30 PM||Online-Einheit|
|Wednesday||01/12/22||12:30 PM - 04:30 PM||TC.5.01|
|Wednesday||01/19/22||12:30 PM - 04:30 PM||TC.5.27|
After completing the course, students will be able:
- To understand conceptual and theoretical frameworks in the issue of diversity in teams;
- To reflect on and analyses group processes through experience learning and collaborative work
- To be dealt with in concrete terms: the importance of heterogeneity
in groups and teams, the integration of one's own insights
into models and concepts for teamwork, reflection of self-experienced barriers, prejudices and stereotyping,
- To apply the research methods on the subject;
- To raise awareness about one’s behavior within groups and teams.
Examination-immanent courses (PI-LV) are compulsory. If there is an important reason for a lack of a course, a replacement work must be done from 2 hours of absence. In the case of cumulative absences of more than 4 hours, the course is judged "not sufficient" and must be repeated. Important reasons are, according to the examination regulations of the WU, any that are beyond the disposition of the student (illness, accident, death of a close relative). Vocational obligations are not considered an important reason in the sense of the examination regulations, since these are at the disposition of the students.
The focus of the course is on the reflection of group dynamic processes with a focus on diversity in teams and individual and group-related experience learning. In addition to this practical experience and the reflection of this, the findings are integrated into the theoretical framework of group research. Furthermore, the students present and discuss their results in the course.
The course is immanent in the examination. The grading consists of three
- Individual reflection (20%);
- Project work: project setting up, processing and presentation of results (written analysis/project report and presentation of the results in the respective project team) (40%) and
- Examination on the topic (40%).
Positive conclusion of SBWL Course I.
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