The JKU Business School presents a new research lecture series. These 15 minute "nutshell" presentations followed by a 15 minute discussion will be held on a regular basis. To start, the BUS Seed Projects have been selected.
Dr. Georg Reischauer - COVRES: Health care organizations' resilience in the COVID-19 crisis
Abstract: COVID-19 challenged health care sectors across the globe, fueling the interest in how health care organizations can cope with the uncertainty COVID-19 causes. An important lever is to increase organizational resilience, the organizational ability to anticipate trends and threats; to cope with unexpected events effectively; and to learn from those events and change. The COVRES project investigates the relationship between the resilience of leaders and organizations. Interviews with members of medical and nursing staff, administrators, and further key actors involved in the crisis management are combined with archival data. Thereby COVRES aims to generate insights that help to address one of “the grand challenges that confront our species” (Tourish, 2019: 21), especially since this crisis might not be the last global pandemic.
June 14, 2021, 13:30 - 14:00
OPTIM-AI: Hybridization of Optimization and Artificial Intelligence Techniques for Managerial Decision Making
Markus Sinnl, Institute of Production und Logistics Management
TBA, 13:30 - 14:00
ReSVaFF: Religious and Secular Values in Family Firms and Managerial Decisions
Birgit Feldbauer-Durstmüller, Institute of Controlling and Consulting & Helmut Pernsteiner, Institute of Finance - Department of Corporate Finance