We start today with a short introduction to the model of Adaptive Leadership, before moving on to the question of what differentiates a so-called technical from an adaptive challenge.
In today's episode, we will conclude our discussion with a journey through the functions of the welfare state, the difference between solidarity and empathy, and we will conclude with an outlook to the question of what the book tells us about the current situation and our common future.
In the preparation to my Social Policy lecture in our study program Social Pedagogy and Management which dealt with the fundamentals and principles of the welfare state, I read with great interest the book titled...
This is a two-part introduction to the importance of leadership in social service institutions. In today's episode, we will first explore how power and gender affect leadership and why supervision is an integral part of almost all social service organisation.
In todays episode, we will first explore what leadership is and what approaches have been discussed in classical management literature. We will start today with the question of what leadership is and how the relationship between leaders and followers can be influenced.
This podcast reviews "A History of Management Thought" by Morgen Witzel, a graduate textbook on organization and management theory.
Machiel Keestra’s (2017) academic essay Metacognition and Reflection by Interdisciplinary Experts: Insights From Cognitive Science and Philosophy should be considered a must-read
A lot has been talked about online teaching and learning. The global pandemic sweeping the planet has certainly accelerated the need for classroom transformation and innovation. But, what can we expect from Hybrid Teaching in 2020?
Would you believe me if I told you that in ancient Greece subjects like household management, economy, agriculture, religion, politics, and education were already addressed by one of the greatest philosophers of all times?