Lehre

Die Professur für Innovation und Management im Agribusiness bietet in den unten aufgeführten Studiengängen Lehrveranstaltungen an.

Weitere aktuelle Informationen finden Sie zu den jeweiligen Semestern im Vorlesungsverzeichnis BASIS: https://basis.uni-bonn.de.


BSc Agrarwissenschaften / BSc Ernährungs- und Lebensmittelwissenschaften

Wintersemester

Sommersemester

Wie wird ein Unternehmen geführt und welche Möglichkeiten hat es um wettbewerbsfähig zu werden? Diesen und weiteren Fragen geht das Modul auf den Grund. Die Studierenden erfahren die Bandbreite von strategischen und organisatorischen Handlungsspielräumen. Sie unterscheiden zwischen unterschiedlichen Führungsperspektiven, durchdringen Konzepte der Unternehmensorganisation und wenden strategische Analysemethoden zur Ermittlung von Wettbewerbs- und Marktsituationen an. Zudem werden Auswirkungen von
dynamischen Trends (z.B. Digitalisierung) auf den Lebensmittelsektor diskutiert. Durch integrierte Übungen an Praxisbeispielen und eingeladene Gastredner aus der Wirtschaft erfahren die Studierenden wie Theorie in Praxis gelebt wird.

Grundlagen des Managements, Grundlagen und Phasen der Betriebsplanung, Methodiken der Entscheidungsfindung, Investition, Finanzierung

Erfahrungsbericht über das Modul Unternehmensgründung

Modul Unternehmensgründung als "Hörsaal der Löwen" in der forsch (Frühjahr 2020, S. 6/7)

Dieses Modul befasst sich mit:

  • Aufbau und Struktur wissenschaftlicher Texte
  • Formale Richtlinien des wissenschaftlichen Schreibens und Zitierens
  • systematische Literaturrecherche und Literaturverwaltung (Citavi)
  • Eingrenzung von Thema und Forschungsfragen
  • Kriterien zur Bewertung wissenschaftlicher Arbeiten
  • Peer-Feedback und Moderation einer Präsentation
  • Präsentationstechniken

Wintersemester

Sommersemester 

Participants are able to apply theory concepts of management and organization to the particularities of the enterprises and chains that are operating mainly in the sectors of agriculture, food and supporting industries. Moreover, participants will have to compare, present and discuss different seminal scientific articles stemming from the domains of Strategic Management (e.g. Resource-based view), Organizational Management (e.g. Value chain analysis), Entrepreneurship (e.g. business models) and related areas. These theory concepts are also applied and discussed to case studies drawn from leading international business schools (e.g. Harvard Business School).

The main focus of this course relates to the ability of organizations to innovate, including the tools, frameworks, processes, strategies, and structures that are relevant. Thus, this course will provide a detailed overview of strategic technology and innovation management tools; explore how these help to support and design the management of
innovative projects and organizations; assist in the creation of an innovation-oriented and innovation-supporting environment; and facilitate the development and evaluation of appropriate strategies for the implementation of new product and technology development processes. Discussion of how to appropriately utilize tools for the
development and implementation of strategic innovation concepts in the context of agribusiness receives specific emphasis, by means of case-study discussions, in-class assignments, guest lectures, and, ultimately, the generation of a unique business model as part of an end-of semester design-thinking workshop.

This course is not offered in WS 22-23.

This course provides an introduction to various qualitative and quantitative research methods which are particularly relevant for management research, whether in an academic or corporate setting. Some examples of these methods are surveys, means-end chain modeling, social network analysis, patents and data analysis, group concept mapping, structural equation modeling, choice modelling, and science-fiction prototyping. In this way, the course is set up to both introduce and facilitate the application of these methods for a range of relevant units of analysis: products,
processes, companies, entire supply chain, or even the broader development of technology innovation systems in the setting of agribusiness. Where applicable, students will also become acquainted with relevant softwares and databases, all with the goal of being able to use these methods for conducting their own studies in the field of
management. This course is especially recommended for students interested in a master thesis with the Chair of Technology and Innovation Management in Agribusiness.

Participants learn how to prepare presentations related to the specific topics focused on technology and innovation management as well as Entrepreneurship in the domain of life sciences and sustainability transition. They learn how to lead and moderate discussions and to conceptualize a managerial system for problem support in enterprises, institutions and other organizations in the future. They learn how to select an appropriate theoretical framework on the specific research topic and how to deliver a consistent report on it.

For more information please contact Dr. Ralf Helbig.

Overview on enterprise architecture management, process management concepts, process modeling techniques, process performance indicators, process simulation and optimization, main phases of continuous and disruptive process management. Insights into agile concepts are provided. Relationship between business processes and
architectural concepts such as capabilities are introduced.

Literature reviews, preparation of a research concept and a thesis proposal; scientific presentations and discussions of the state of the art in a thematic field which is close to the research question; scientific discussion of own research topic and topic of others in the seminar.

Research project in line with a topic from the field of "Technology and Innovation Management in Agribusiness". Specific topic and form of deliverable (paper, report, poster, documentation,...) to be agreed upon between student and coordinator.


Abschlussarbeiten

Wenn Sie mit uns Ihre Bachelor- oder Masterarbeiten schreiben möchten, kontaktieren Sie bitte Carolin Kamrath (c.kamrath@ilr.uni-bonn.de).

Angebotene Abschlussarbeiten finden Sie hier.

Bereits abgeschlossene Abschlussarbeiten finden Sie hier.

Unseren Leitfaden für wissenschaftliche Abschlussarbeiten finden Sie hier.

Angebotene Abschlussarbeiten finden Sie hier.

Bereits abgeschlossene Abschlussarbeiten finden Sie hier.

Unseren Leitfaden für wissenschaftliche Abschlussarbeiten finden Sie hier.


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