Industry 4.0: Aspects of Organisation (InnoPeer AVM Advanced Training)
|Course offered by:||Prof. Dr. Stephan Kaiser|
|Offering University:||UniBw Munich|
|Subject Area:||Economic Sciences||Free of Charge|
|Average Workload:||5 Hours||Free of Charge||Enrol|
|Picture Credits: Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme|
What can you learn in this course?
This course provides comprehensive knowledge on Organisation Management in the context of Industrie 4.0. The following educational objectives are specifically focused on:
- Identification and analysis of the companies environment, capabilities, resources and the organisation
- How to gain resources and advantages from or through the organisation
- How to organise in times of Industrie 4.0
- The connection between organisational design and innovative behaviour
This course is structured into the following 5 chapters:
- Introduction and organisational information
- Environment, Capabilities, Resources and the Organisation
- Context and Industry as a resource for organising in
- Basic organisational design for Advanced Manufacturing
- Organisational design and innovative behaviour in
Course offered by
Prof. Stephan Kaiser is chairman of the Institute for the Development of Sustainable Organisations and holds the chair for Human Resources Management and Organization Studies at the Bundeswehr University Munich.
Dr. Irina Koprax is scientific project manager for the
InnoPeer AVM project at the Institute for Work Research and Work Policy at
Johannes Kepler University Linz. She is also a post-doc at the Department of
Strategic Management, Marketing and Tourism at University of Innsbruck. In
research and teaching she deals with corporate change processes at the
interface between strategy and organisation.
Mag. Nina Gusenleitner MSc is
specialised in organisational change processes and capability development in
the context of digitalisation and Industry 4.0. She is scientific project
manager for the InnoPeer AVM project at the Institute for Work Research and Work
Policy at Johannes Kepler University Linz.
Sandra Siedl BA MA works at the Institute for Work
Research and Work Policy at Johannes Kepler University Linz. Her research deals
with the influence of technical assistance systems on UX (user experience) and
technology acceptance. Moreover, she has scientific and practical expertise
regarding the maintenance and promotion of employee workability in the context
of digitalisation and Industry 4.0.
Hannah Perez BA is student assistant at the Institute for Work Research and Work Policy at Johannes Kepler University Linz. As part of her studies she specialised in Organisation and Innovation and is going to further pursue a post-graduate degree in General Management at Johannes Kepler University Linz.
Dr. Georg Loscher is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Chair of Human Resources Management and Organization Studies at the Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany. His research interests include practice theory, institutional complexity and professional service firms.
Benjamin Krack MSc is a doctoral research associate at the Chair of Human Resources Management and Organization Studies at the Bundeswehr University Munich. His doctoral research focuses on the impacts of digitalisation on work practices in hospitals. As a former turnaround consultant he has practical experience in the restructuring of SMEs.
Anna-Lisa Schneider MSc is a doctoral research associate at the Chair of Human Resources Management and Organization Studies at the Bundeswehr University Munich. Her research interests include openness and practice theory.
Federico Mentzel MSc is a research associate at the Chair of Human Resources Management and Organization Studies at the Bundeswehr University Munich, currently working as a member of the InnoPeer AVM project team.
Dr. Björn Schäfer is a post-doc researcher and lecturer at WFI Ingolstadt School of Management at Catholic University Eichstätt-Ingolstadt. He has several years of online and personal teaching experience in the fields of strategic management and human resource management on bachelor, master and MBA level. Björn’s research focus turned from retail management and professional service firms to innovation and business model management over time and he is always thrilled by new topics, methods and technologies.
It is recommended to have completed the Basic Training as part of the InnoPeer AVM qualification program or to have an increased interest in digitalisation, advanced manufacturing or related topics. The contents of the InnoPeer AVM courses, covering the various perspectives of technology coming with Industrie 4.0, but also the business perspective, are prepared at a high didactical level in order to enable as many interested users as possible to benefit from free orientation and further education in the constantly changing topic of Industrie 4.0. The target group includes both decision makers and users with different professional qualifications.
Confirmation of participation
Participants can download an automatically generated certificate of participation after they have successfully completed the course.