In today's episode, I will start with a short introduction to digitisation in social work and educational institutions before we move on to the development of digital literacy skills and the exploration of the strategic mindset "digital leadership".
In today's episode, we will explore the social economy and have a deeper look at social enterprises that provide individual social services for the people in need of care. In particular, care workers have to deal constructively with uncertainty and insecurity, ambivalence and ambiguity.
In this episode, we’ll be looking at how this specific medium of communication can be used more effectively by students and teachers alike. Meanwhile, we introduce a new open educational resource to be published in a few days— the Classic Management Murder Podcast Series which is an interactive format to acquiring new knowledge about the main ideas of the classical management schools.
In this episode, we will investigate those two concepts and raise the question of what conclusion can be drawn for the management of social work organisations.
In this episode, we will get a bit deeper into this matter. First of all, I will start with a short description of what organisations are and will then move on to the main topic which is Change Management in Social Work Organisations. Finally, I will introduce you to the new concept: The Five C’s of Leadership in Organisational Change.
In this episode, I will make you familiar with this relatively new type of teaching resources. We will start with the question of what OER are, how useful they are and why you should create your own. Last, but not least, we will get you started creating your first OER.
Today, I will continue with an explanation of the fundamental Adaptive Leadership principles and the adaptive work itself, assess the strengths and weaknesses of this leadership model, and end with few implications for social work organisations.
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