How, can learning in the field of management be made more exciting, practical, and effective? In today’s insightful episode of Managing Around, we delve into an innovative Design-based Research project conducted at the University of Applied Sciences in Dresden. It merges the theories of ‘Students as Partners’ and ‘Learning by Teaching’, creating a new approach for theory-practice transfer in management. Let’s kick things off by unpacking what Design-based Research, or DBR, really is. We’ll explore the theoretical approaches that underpin this fascinating concept. Then, we’ll navigate through the intriguing results that emerged from the project, giving you a firsthand glimpse into the real-world impact and insights gained. It’s a journey through theory, application, and discovery.
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