Field of work Organizational Psychology


User-Workshop in RessourcE-project

The first user workshop of the QUALI-L hub in the RessourcE project took place on Monday, 27 May 2024.

The first user workshop of the QUALI-L hub in the RessourcE project took place on Monday, 27 May 2024. The workshop was organised by the team from the Organisational Psychology department together with the Institute for Technical Assistance Systems at Jade University of Applied Sciences Oldenburg. As part of the workshop, representatives of the project partners PTS Logistics GmbH and Seifert Logistik Bremen GmbH were invited to discuss the requirements for an AI-based tool to be developed in the future to recognise the potential of employees in logistics. As a result, various application scenarios and needs of the practice partners were identified and ideas about the functionalities of the AI tool were exchanged, which will be incorporated into the conceptualisation and development of the tool. The Department of Organisational Psychology would like to thank all participants for their dedicated cooperation.

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Learning processes over time

This topic focuses on how (informal) learning behavior in organizations changes over days, weeks, and months. Moreover, we analyze the dynamics of work-related learning and how learning trajectories differ between employees.

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Designing work contexts

The goal of this thematic focus is to examine conducive conditions for work-related learning, employability, and organizational development, both by managers (e.g., shaping learning culture) and by employees (e.g., job crafting).

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New Work requires New Learning

This topic is dedicated to the question of how employees in dynamic work environments can be empowered to learn "what they really, really want" in a self-directed way. The "Learning Opportunities Perception Potential", which helps employees to grasp learning opportunities, is considered crucial here.