ET 5: Organisational Learning and Learning Social Systems
This ET links research on individual and on organisational learning processes. It concentrates on the influence of organisational conditions, resources and regional learning infrastructure on individual learning outcomes, as well as on the micro- and macro-economic effects of learning outcomes. In this context intra- and inter-organisational learning and innovation processes are analysed. Scientists in this ET explore organisational learning's effects on individual levels (e.g., cognitive insights, social orientations) as well as on organisational and collective levels (e.g., changes in goals, structures, cooperation, competition, or distribution of labour). In collaboration with partners from industry and administration, scientists investigate the development of novel concepts and approaches of organisational management to foster human resources.
Speakers: R. Tippelt, D. Frey, and A. Nassehi