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Chair of Human Resource Management


Secretary's Office

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WIWI 1, Room A2320                                        Monday:        08.00 - 12.00            
Phone: +49 (0)421 218-66751                    Wednesday:        08.00 - 12.00
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News no.: 19 |

New Publication by Prof. Dr. Vera Hagemann

We would like to draw your attention to the publication "Collective orientation and its implications for coordination and team performance in interdependent work contexts" in the journal "Team Performance Management", which Prof. Dr. Vera Hagemann has published together with two other authors.


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News no.: 18 |

New Publication by Prof. Dr. Vera Hagemann

We would like to draw your attention on the book "Künstliche Intelligenz in Wirtschaft & Gesellschaft". In this book Prof. Dr. Vera Hagemann and three other authors publish the book chapter: "Künstliche Intelligenz zur Unterstützung neuer Arbeitswelten in Produktion und Logistik" (S. 155-167).


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Vortrag bei der WK Personal in Düsseldorf
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News no.: 17 |

Lecture held at the WK Personal in Düsseldorf

To present current research results from the Diamond project, Prof. Dr. Vera Hagemann attended this year's autumn workshop of WK Personal at the Heinrich-Heine University in Düsseldorf...

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Reagenzgläser mit verschiedenfarbigen Flüssigkeiten.
© Universität Bremen
News no.: 16 |

New research project approved

Starts soon: Strong together - professional team training for more safety and less stress in fire fighting

Dealing with dangerous situations and stress is part of the work of firefighters. According to the accident statistics of the German Statutory Accident Insurance (DGUV) for volunteer fire…

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News no.: 15 |

Visit to the AOW Conference in Braunschweig

From 25 to 27 September, the conference of the DGP's Section for Work, Organisational and Economic Psychology (AOW) took place in Braunschweig. This year Michèle Rieth, Martina Schaper and Prof. Vera Hagemann were present for a professional exchange. For the presentation of current research results…

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Universität der Bundeswehr München
© Vera Hagemann
News no.: 14 |

Lectures at the WK Personal in Munich

Prof. Dr. Vera Hagemann gave two lectures on the presentation of current research results at the autumn workshop of the Scientific Commission Personnel at the University of the Federal Armed Forces in Munich. On Thursday (12.09.) she spoke on the topic "Mental Workload in Digitalized Work…

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Journal Beitrag
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News no.: 13 |

New Publication by Prof. Dr. Vera Hagemann

We would like to draw your attention to the journal article "Changes of collective orientation through a medical student's anaesthesia simulation course - simulation-based training study with non-technical skills debriefing versus medical debriefing". Prof. Dr. Vera Hagemann published this together…

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News no.: 12 |

Lecture by Michèle Rieth in the Diginomics Brownbag

On Wednesday the 10.7. our PhD student Michèle Rieth gives her research talk on "New Competence Requirements in Organizations due to Digitization" in the Brownbag. The lecture will take place in WiWi 2 Room 4190 from 12.15 to 13.45.

All interested are cordially invited.

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News no.: 11 |

Meeting of the Project DIAMANT on 24.06.2019

On 24.06.19 the second internal working meeting of the project "Digitalized Ideas and Work Management in Production, Logistics and Trade" (DIAMANT) took place at the FOM University in Essen. The meeting of the partners from science and practice served the presentation of the results from the first…

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News no.: 10 |

Diginomics Brownbag 2019

The research group Diginomics at the University of Bremen investigates research questions in connection with the digitisation of labour, capital and product markets. Our faculty has defined twelve research areas in which doctoral students and their superiors conduct economic, moral, and…

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