research@WEIDEN BUSINESS SCHOOL
Please note: The event is currently on summer break and will be back starting October 25. The October speakers and their research topics as well as the participation link will be announced on this page in due time as usual.
What is research@WEIDEN BUSINESS SCHOOL?
The Faculty of Business Administration has been known as WEIDEN BUSINESS SCHOOL since the beginning of the winter semester 20/21. Internationalization, digitalization and diversification - these are just some of the reasons why OTH Amberg-Weiden has launched the WEIDEN BUSINESS SCHOOL. In particular, the progressive internationalization and the taking up of digital future topics as well as current research results will thus become more visible to the outside world.
Instead of a ceremonial renaming, which would not be possible with a clear conscience due to the corona pandemic, the faculty celebrates its new name with a virtual lecture series. At research@WEIDEN BUSINESS SCHOOL, master's students present their mastertheses and research work and also provide interesting insights into their experiences and scientific findings.
The virtual lecture series has established itself with one event per month and is always continued on the last Tuesday of the month. Attendance is open to all interested parties. So feel free to participate via the link provided under Participation in the event. We look forward to welcoming you virtually!
Program from May 31, 2022
Paul Wolf, a graduate of the Digital Business master's program, will present on hir master's thesis on „Development and Classification of Best Practices
for Scrum Large Corporations – a Theoretical Analysis and Practical Implementation by the Example of a German High-Tech Company". The lecture will be held in German.
Summary of Master's Thesis:
Scrum is becoming increasingly popular in practice - from software production to emergency rooms, Scrum is used as a framework for agile collaboration. Despite Scrum's popularity, most companies adapt the framework in practice. In the course of the work, 165 such adaptations ('Best Practices') are extracted with the help of a Systematic Literature Review and evaluated with regard to their effort/return quotients. 35 of the adaptations found are applied alongside 5 newly created Best Practices in an agile transformation of a large German company and examined on the basis of a points system with regard to their implications for future applications.
Mr. Wolf will be happy to answer your questions after the presentation, which you can ask via chat function during the presentation or via microphone after the presentation. You are cordially invited to join in the discussion.
Information about the speaker on May 31, 2022
After graduating from school, Paul Wolf, born in Altdorf in 1998, started an internship of several months in the field of electrical engineering at MTAB India Private Limited in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. In 2017, he decided to take up a dual study program. He completed his Bachelor of Engineering in electrical engineering at Siemens Germany in Frankfurt a.M. and at DHBW Mannheim. He then came to OTH Amberg-Weiden to continue his studies with a Master's degree in Digital Business, which he now completed with his Master's thesis on "Development and Classification of Best Practices for Scrum Large Corporations - a Theoretical Analysis and Practical Implementation by the Example of a German High-Tech Company". He presents some results of his work on the website scrum5minutes.com.
Participation in the event on May 31, 2022
Further dates from the event series
The next dates from the event series are as follows:
October 25, 2022, 6.00 p.m.
November 29, 2022, 6.00 p.m.
January 31, 23, 6.00 p.m.
February 28, 23, 6.00 p.m.
March 28, 23, 6.00 p.m.
Read information about the previous events in the research@WEIDEN BUSINESS SCHOOL series (in German):
March 29, 22: Einfluss von Megatrends auf die Motivation von Mitarbeitenden
February 22, 22: Resilienz in der Arbeitswelt – Handlungsempfehlungen und Tipps bei research@WEIDEN BUSINESS SCHOOL
January 25, 22: Digitalisierung administrativer Prozesse im deutschen Gesundheitswesen
November 30, 21: Viele Führungskräfte sind sich ihrer Aufgaben nicht bewusst
October 26, 21: Panikstörungen unter Studierenden – relevantes Thema bei research @ WEIDEN BUSINESS SCHOOL
July 27, 21: Unternehmensgründung in Zeiten von Corona und Auswirkungen von Technostress
May 25, 21: Von der agilen Transformation in hybriden Arbeitswelten zum Process-Mining in der Distributionslogistik
April, 27, 21: Neue Wege in der Personalgewinnung – vom Active Sourcing bis zum Einsatz von Storytelling
March 23, 21: Die Mitarbeiterzufriedenheit steigt durch Einsatz eines Führungskompass und auch Bildung schützt nicht unbedingt vor Fehleinschätzungen der eigenen Kompetenz
February 23, 21: Ganzheitliche Vergütungsstrategien sind gefragt
January 26, 21: Sicheres W-Lan und informelle Gesprächsrunden fehlen ArbeitnehemerInnen im Home-Office mit am meisten