We are drawing inspiration from Paul Bate's seminal work, "Strategies for Cultural Change," in which he challenges traditional views of organisational culture.
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.
We'll explore the contrasts between classical and agile project management and learn about the Team Charter Canvas tool, a game-changer in team and organisational development.
The study underscored the importance of formative feedback, the potential of design-based teaching, and the profound impact of 'Critical Learning Incidents' on a student's journey.
We will follow four questions to get a bit more familiar with this concept: What is the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning?, What steps are to be taken in the research process, and what principles are to be followed?, What are the requirements for doing SoTL?, What Benefits do scholars have from engaging in SoTL?
Join me as I present the first findings after I spoke with experts in the field, policymakers, and those in leadership positions of welfare providers to uncover what it takes to build a welfare system that can withstand the test of time.