|Lecturer:||JProf. Dr. Simon Hensellek|
|Size / Credits:||4 SWS / 7,5 Credits|
|Event Type:||Lecture and Exercise|
|Language:||German (Literature partly in English)|
|Date and Location:||Lecture||Tuesday, 12:00 - 14:00, Mathematik - E 28|
|Exercise||Thursday, 12:00 - 14:00, Zoom | Hörsaalgebäude II - HS 4|
|Exercise||Thursday, 27.04.2023 / Kick-off bonus assignment Thu, 20.04.2023|
|Examination:||Presentation (40%) + Oral Exam (60%)|
The megatrend of digitization poses major challenges for many companies in order to keep up with the high pace of innovation in the digital realm. The event deals with the basics of successful leadership in the digital age and how this can increase the innovative power of companies. Against the background of classic and modern leadership concepts (e.g. transactional, transformational and entrepreneurial leadership), students will be taught the concept of "Digital Leadership", in particular with its following four central elements:
- Digital Skillset
- Digital Mindset
- Digital Execution
- Digital Vision
Based on this knowledge, students will learn how leaders can navigate their companies through today's volatile and dynamic environment by actively involving their employees and customers in the digital culture change. The resulting implications for the innovation capability (e.g. ambidexterity) and the innovation process (e.g. open innovation) of companies will be highlighted. The theoretical content (lecture) will be linked with current examples and best practices (exercise).
For the summer term 2023, 50 participants will be admitted for the module "Digital Leadership und Innovation". The registration window starts on 03.04.2023 at 8:00am and is open until 09.04.2023 at 23:59pm. Module places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Therefore, we recommend early registration during the registration period via moodle.
The enrollment key for the moodle room is: DLI-SS23
There will probably be a move-up procedure after the end of the initial registration period on 10/11 of April. Further information will be published here in due course.