Organizational Learning- and Change Processes
Organizational learning- and change processes focus on operational learning and change processes, which are becoming vital for the adaptability of companies, administrative units, and NPOs/NGOs. The human factor and human capital and their non-automatable and non-copyable skills such as innovation, creativity, and empathy play a central role. The path to a learning organization with a future-oriented, innovation-promoting corporate culture leads through examining organizational development and adaptation processes.
- Self-organized learning and competence development within the framework of individualized employee development, agile talent management processes, or self-managed career development
- Changes as experimental learning processes in agile transformations, lean change management, or change by design projects
- Knowledge building and sharing in networks using people analytics for organizational network analysis, learning management systems/experience platforms, or shared/collaborative leadership
- Innovation-promoting forms of leadership and cooperation in the context of interdisciplinary/cross-functional collaboration or employee-centered organizational design