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Managing Around

  • 63. Unlocking Public Governance: New Public Management, Collaborative Governance, E-Governance, and Participatory Governance

    31 MAG 2024 · Today, we’re diving into the fascinating world of Public Governance. We’ll explore its different concepts and their applications, particularly in the social and healthcare sectors. Buckle up for an educational yet entertaining ride through the intricacies of how public institutions are managed and governed. We’ll start by asking what public governance is and what concepts about it exist. Then, we will explore four of the most intriguing concepts in the field. References: Ansell, C., & Gash, A. (2008). Collaborative Governance in Theory and Practice. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 18(4), 543-571. https://doi.org/10.1093/jopart/mum032 Fischer, F. (2012). Participatory Governance: From Theory to Practice. In D. Levi-Faur (Hrsg.), The Oxford Handbook of Governance (S. 457-471). OUP. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199560530.013.0032 Osborne, D., & Gaebler, T. (1992). Reinventing Government: How the Entrepreneurial Spirit is Transforming the Public Sector. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company. Uncover even more insights and valuable information by visiting the blog https://www.profmanagement.de. Thank you for tuning in! If you enjoyed this episode, we'd be thrilled if you could leave us a glowing review on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/managing-around/id1507697948. Got a thought or opinion about this episode? Have a suggestion for a future topic? Send an audio file or voice note to https://profmanagement.de. For all other comments, send us a tweet or DM at @profmanagement on https://twitter.com/profmanagement/ or https://www.instagram.com/profmanagement.
    Ascoltato 9 min. 31 sec.
  • 62. Beyond the Buzzword: Realising True Diversity in Social Services

    2 MAG 2024 · Today, we're peeling back the layers on a topic that often gets plenty of lip service but lacks in-depth understanding and implementation–diversity in social services. Picture this: a social work agency bustling with professionals from all walks of life, each bringing their own rich tapestry of experiences, cultures, and ideas. But here's the catch–does this colourful mosaic translate into the way the agency operates, makes decisions, and sets policies? Often, there's a disconnect. Many organisations claim to value diversity, but only a handful truly integrate these principles into their core operations. In this episode, we will explore what it really takes to transform diversity from a well-meaning concept into a robust practice that enriches our work and the communities we serve. Stay with us as we uncover the real challenges, discuss effective strategies, and provide actionable steps towards achieving true diversity in social work. Uncover even more insights and valuable information by visiting the blog https://www.profmanagement.de. Thank you for tuning in! If you enjoyed this episode, we'd be thrilled if you could leave us a glowing review on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/managing-around/id1507697948. Got a thought or opinion about this episode? Have a suggestion for a future topic? Send an audio file or voice note to https://profmanagement.de. For all other comments, send us a tweet or DM at @profmanagement on https://twitter.com/profmanagement/ or https://www.instagram.com/profmanagement.
    Ascoltato 10 min. 27 sec.
  • 61. Beyond Boundaries: The Power of Hybridity and Multi-Rationality in Shaping Social Institutions

    10 APR 2024 · Welcome to today's episode of Managing Around! Imagine a world where every voice, no matter how seemingly contradictory, will be heard. Where the diverse needs, goals, and perspectives within a social work organisation not only coexist but thrive together. This is not a distant utopia. It should be reality in social work institutions. Hybridity and multi-rationality in these organisations help us to understand why and how diverse perspectives and values can coexist, and how we can develop a cohesive strategy for navigating the complex landscape of social work institutions. Today, we dive into how these concepts are revolutionising the way we think about and manage social work, transforming challenges into innovative solutions. So, stay tuned. We start with an exploration of the two concepts and then move on to practical implications for professional practice. Reference: Arnold, M. (2020). Multirationalität und Hybridität. In M. Arnold (Ed.), Grundlagen des Sozialmanagement: Ein Open Educational Textbook. Fachhochschule Dresden. https://profmanagement.pubpub.org/pub/einfuehrung#multirationalitt-und-hybriditt  Uncover even more insights and valuable information by visiting the blog https://www.profmanagement.de. Thank you for tuning in! If you enjoyed this episode, we'd be thrilled if you could leave us a glowing review on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/managing-around/id1507697948. Got a thought or opinion about this episode? Have a suggestion for a future topic? Send an audio file or voice note to https://profmanagement.de. For all other comments, send us a tweet or DM at @profmanagement on https://twitter.com/profmanagement/ or https://www.instagram.com/profmanagement.
    Ascoltato 8 min. 18 sec.
  • 60. Unlocking Success: The Critical Incident Technique's Transformative Role in Management Research

    2 MAR 2024 · Have you ever wondered what separates the best from the rest in the world of management? What if I told you there's a secret tool that has transformed how we understand leadership, innovation, and organisational development? – The magic is simply the Critical Incident Technique or CIT – a tool that's been shaping management research since the 1960s. This technique, stemming from the innovative work of psychologist John C. Flanagan, has transcended its military origins to become a cornerstone in understanding and improving various facets of organisational life. Join us as we explore how pivotal moments can redefine organisational success and development and uncover the lessons that can turn challenges into opportunities for growth. Through the lens of CIT, every incident tells a story, and every story holds the key to unlocking extraordinary potential. References: Flanagan, J. C. (1954). The critical incident technique. Psychological Bulletin, 51(4), 327-358. https://psycnet.apa.org/doi/10.1037/h0061470 Uncover even more insights and valuable information by visiting the blog https://www.profmanagement.de. Thank you for tuning in! If you enjoyed this episode, we'd be thrilled if you could leave us a glowing review on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/managing-around/id1507697948. Got a thought or opinion about this episode? Have a suggestion for a future topic? Send an audio file or voice note to https://profmanagement.de. For all other comments, send us a tweet or DM at @profmanagement on https://twitter.com/profmanagement/ or https://www.instagram.com/profmanagement.
    Ascoltato 9 min. 50 sec.
  • 59. Thinking Culturally about Organisations: Strategies of Cultural Change by Paul S. Bate

    31 GEN 2024 · We are drawing inspiration from Paul Bate's seminal work, "Strategies for Cultural Change," in which he challenges traditional views of organisational culture, urging us to see it not just as an attribute an organisation has, but as the very essence. As we explore his insights, we will unravel the complexities of 'thinking culturally' about organisations and discuss practical strategies for enacting meaningful and sustainable cultural change. We navigate the intricate pathways of altering the very core of an organisation's identity. References: Bate, S. P. (1995). Strategies for Cultural Change (1st ed.). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780080517971 Large, M. (1995). Book review: Strategies for Cultural Change, PAUL BATE. Oxford: Butterworth- Heinemann, 1994. 320 pp. 24.95 (hbk) ISBN 0-7506-0519-7. Management Learning, 26(3), 375-377. https://doi.org/10.1177/1350507695263008 Uncover even more insights and valuable information by visiting the blog https://www.profmanagement.de. Thank you for tuning in! If you enjoyed this episode, we'd be thrilled if you could leave us a glowing review on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/managing-around/id1507697948. Got a thought or opinion about this episode? Have a suggestion for a future topic? Send an audio file or voice note to https://profmanagement.de. For all other comments, send us a tweet or DM at @profmanagement on https://twitter.com/profmanagement/ or https://www.instagram.com/profmanagement.
    Ascoltato 9 min. 18 sec.
  • 58. Teach to Learn: Design-Based Research in Management Education

    31 DIC 2023 · How, can learning in the field of management be made more exciting, practical, and effective? 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. It merges the theories of 'Students as Partners' and 'Learning by Teaching', creating a new approach for theory-practice transfer in management. Let's kick things off by unpacking what Design-based Research, or DBR, really is. We'll explore the theoretical approaches that underpin this fascinating concept. Then, we'll navigate through the intriguing results that emerged from the project, giving you a firsthand glimpse into the real-world impact and insights gained. It's a journey through theory, application, and discovery. Uncover even more insights and valuable information by visiting the blog https://www.profmanagement.de. Thank you for tuning in! If you enjoyed this episode, we'd be thrilled if you could leave us a glowing review on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/managing-around/id1507697948. Got a thought or opinion about this episode? Have a suggestion for a future topic? Send an audio file or voice note to https://profmanagement.de. For all other comments, send us a tweet or DM at @profmanagement on https://twitter.com/profmanagement/ or https://www.instagram.com/profmanagement.
    Ascoltato 8 min. 40 sec.
  • 57. Navigating Team Success: The Power of Team Charter Canvas

    30 NOV 2023 · Welcome to another insightful episode of Managing Around. I'm Maik Arnold, and today, we explore project management and teamwork. We're diving into improving project teamwork, a topic crucial for any project's success. 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. Reference: Designbetterbusiness.tools (2019). Team Charter Canvas. https://www.designabetterbusiness.tools/tools/team-charter-canvas Uncover even more insights and valuable information by visiting the blog https://www.profmanagement.de. Thank you for tuning in! If you enjoyed this episode, we'd be thrilled if you could leave us a glowing review on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/managing-around/id1507697948. Got a thought or opinion about this episode? Have a suggestion for a future topic? Send an audio file or voice note to https://profmanagement.de. For all other comments, send us a tweet or DM at @profmanagement on https://twitter.com/profmanagement/ or https://www.instagram.com/profmanagement.
    Ascoltato 9 min. 3 sec.
  • 56. From Research to Results: The PRISMA Way of Systematic Reviews

    1 OTT 2023 · Systematic reviews such as these are just one of many ways in academic writing to accumulate the current state-of-the-art in a relevant field of research. But fear not, we've got PRISMA as our guiding star. PRISMA stands for “Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses.” In this episode, we will embark on a journey to let you understand what systematic reviews are and how you could use this extraordinary tool to capture an aerial photo from your research. We will also introduce the PRISMA guidelines to equip you with the relevant toolbox to start using this methodology in your own research. References: Higgins, J., Altman, D., Gøtzsche, P., Jüni, P., Moher, D., Oxman, A., Savović, J., Schulz, K. F., Weeks, L., & Sterne, J. A. C. (2011). The Cochrane collaboration's tool for assessing risk of bias in randomised trials. BMJ, 343(oct18 2), d5928-d5928. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.d5928 Page, M. J., McKenzie, J. E., Bossuyt, P. M., Boutron, I., Hoffmann, T. C., Mulrow, C. D., Shamseer, L., Tetzlaff, J. M., Akl, E. A., Brennan, S. E., Chou, R., Glanville, J., Grimshaw, J. M., Hróbjartsson, A., Lalu, M. M., Li, T., Loder, E. W., Mayo-Wilson, E., McDonald, S., … Moher, D. (2021). The PRISMA 2020 statement: An updated guideline for reporting systematic reviews. Systematic Reviews, 10(1), 89. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13643-021-01626-4 Stang, A. (2010). Critical evaluation of the Newcastle-Ottawa Scale for the assessment of the quality of nonrandomized studies in meta-analyses. European Journal of Epidemiology, 25(9), 603-605. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10654-010-9491-z Uncover even more insights and valuable information by visiting the blog https://www.profmanagement.de. Thank you for tuning in! If you enjoyed this episode, we'd be thrilled if you could leave us a glowing review on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/managing-around/id1507697948. Got a thought or opinion about this episode? Have a suggestion for a future topic? Send an audio file or voice note to https://profmanagement.de. For all other comments, send us a tweet or DM at @profmanagement on https://twitter.com/profmanagement/ or https://www.instagram.com/profmanagement.
    Ascoltato 8 min. 40 sec.
  • 55. Beyond the Screen: Unraveling the Nuances of Online Collaborations

    30 SET 2023 · In this episode, we dive deep into the latest research and trends to help you navigate the ever-evolving world of management, social sciences and education. Today, we're breaking down a fascinating study that my colleague Mattis Altmann from the TU Dresden and I presented at the GeNeMe 2023 conference titled "Exploring Critical Learning Incidents in Collaborative Online International Learning: Implications for Digital Readiness and Learning Design." Through self-reflection journals, we captured the essence of students' positive and negative perceptions. 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. Reference: Altmann, M., & Arnold, M. (in print). Exploring Critical Learning Incidents in Collaborative Online International Learning: Implications for Digital Readiness and Learning Design. In In T. Köhler, E. Schoop, N. Kahnwald, & R. Sonntag (Hrsg.), Gemeinschaften in Neuen Medien. Inklusiv Digital: Gemeinschaft offen gestalten – Selbstbestimmte Teilhabe an der digitalen Transformation. 26. Workshop GeNeMe‘23 Gemeinschaften in Neuen Medien. Dresden: TUDPress. Uncover even more insights and valuable information by visiting the blog https://www.profmanagement.de. Thank you for tuning in! If you enjoyed this episode, we'd be thrilled if you could leave us a glowing review on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/managing-around/id1507697948. Got a thought or opinion about this episode? Have a suggestion for a future topic? Send an audio file or voice note to https://profmanagement.de. For all other comments, send us a tweet or DM at @profmanagement on https://twitter.com/profmanagement/ or https://www.instagram.com/profmanagement.
    Ascoltato 8 min. 59 sec.
  • 54. Navigating the Future of Work: Unveiling the Synergy Between Industry 4.0 and Human Resources

    31 AGO 2023 · This episode dives into a topic that's constantly challenging thinking about the future of work. We're talking about the intersection of Industry 4.0 and Human Resources. The key lesson is that as we advance into this new era of interconnected machines and real-time data, the human element doesn't diminish but becomes increasingly vital. So, stay tuned for an insightful and engaging conversation about "Navigating the Future of Work: Unveiling the Synergy Between Industry 4.0 and Human Resources". Reference: Picinin, C. T., Pedroso, B., Arnold, M., Klafke, R. V., & Pinto, G. M. C. (2023). A Review of the Literature about Sustainability in the Work of the Future: An Overview of Industry 4.0 and Human Resources. Sustainability, 15(16), 12564. https://doi.org/10.3390/su151612564 Uncover even more insights and valuable information by visiting the blog https://www.profmanagement.de. Thank you for tuning in! If you enjoyed this episode, we'd be thrilled if you could leave us a glowing review on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/managing-around/id1507697948. Got a thought or opinion about this episode? Have a suggestion for a future topic? Send an audio file or voice note to https://profmanagement.de. For all other comments, send us a tweet or DM at @profmanagement on https://twitter.com/profmanagement/ or https://www.instagram.com/profmanagement.
    Ascoltato 10 min. 12 sec.

Managing Around is a bi-weekly educational podcast about Social Science, Culture and Management. The host of the show is Dr Maik Arnold, Professor for Social Work Management at the University...

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Managing Around is a bi-weekly educational podcast about Social Science, Culture and Management. The host of the show is Dr Maik Arnold, Professor for Social Work Management at the University of Applied Sciences Dresden (@ProfManagement) who talks about pressing issues in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Social Work Management, Management History and Culture. Unlike other podcasts, Managing Around takes a transdisciplinary approach and views management phenomena through the lens of social sciences and humanities. Besides, it is the only podcast, so far, that also covers works and themes in social science poetry.
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