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Thursday, 23 June 2022
9:00am-9:45am
(Room 1.51)

Welcome to International MOBTS 2022! Join the DHBW team of Andrea Honal, Robert Lahdo, and Alexandra Toth, as well as MOBTS President Kevin Lo and MOBTS Executive Director Brandon Charpied, as we provide some insights into this year's program and a brief introduction into what MOBTS is, what its missions and culture strive toward, and what you can expect from the organization as a member of it.

DHBW Rector Professor Dr. Georg Nagler will provide opening remarks to kick off the conference, followed by an interactive opening session indicative of what you can often expect at our MOBTS conferences around the world!

10:00am-11:00am
EXPERIENTIALEXPERIENTIALEXPERIENTIAL
Room 1.51Room 1.53Room 1.57
Workplace Harassment: Preparing Students For Reality Through Virtual RealityRobert Steinbauer, Brock University, Canada; Nicholas Rhew, University of Southern Indiana, United States Five Managers Facing Five Ethical Climates At WorkDiana Smrt, University of Michigan-Dearborn, United States “But It’s So Random!” – A Versatile Constrained Creativity Exercise For Application of Business TopicsOfer Meilich, California State University, San Marcos, United States; Emmeline Depillis, University of La Verne, United States
11:00am-11:30am
11:30am-12:30pm
ROUNDTABLEPDWROUNDTABLE
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Onboarding New Students From Different Backgrounds - Best Practices Cases From The Dhbw and Other UniversitiesChristian Spletter, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland; Gabriella Lambrecht, DHBW Heilbronn, Germany; Svenja Wiechmann, DHBW Heilbronn, Germany Using Influence Tactics In Teaching Online To Drive Student Learning BehaviourLynn Gribble, UNSW, Australia; Janis Wardrop, UNSW, Australia A Roundtable For Women Educators In Organizational BehaviorChantal van Esch, California State Polytechnic University, United States; Sarah Wright, University of Canterbury, New Zealand; Ashley Mandeville, Florida Gulf Coast University, United States; Gisa Todt, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany
12:30pm-1:45pm

Speakers:

  • Madeleine KleineHR Senior Projektmanager, SAP
  • Markus BellGlobal Head of Vocational Training, SAP SE

In the last couple of years, the digital transformation has shown huge effects on economic, social and, technological conditions and due to that also on the requirements of the higher education and functional learning and development within companies.

SAP has established several approaches to foster their students learning and development, including specializations of studies,  onboarding, and learning formats.

Also the functional SAP HR Learning team has experimented with different formats to increase awareness and drive enablement related to agile principles, methodologies and tools. The formats applied range from “Agile Days” offering 24h non-stop enablement to Agile Circuits running over two months combining self-paced learning with group learning cycles. Madeleine and Markus will share their approach, experience and learnings moving agile beyond the buzz.

1:45pm-3:15pm
PDWPDWPDW
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Discovering The Case Authors In Our Business Courses: Facilitating Problem-Based Learning Through Business Grand RoundsKen Weidner, Saint Joseph's University, United States; Elena Lvina, Saint Joseph's University, United States Virtual Reality Field Trips In Management Education: The Next LevelHanno Martens, CBS International Business School, Germany; Volker Rundshagen, University of Applied Sciences Stralsund, Germany Teaching Global Executives: How To Sell, Design, Deliver and Have ImpactSuzanne de Janasz, George Mason University, United States; Maury Peiperl, George Mason University, United States; Kelly Bean, Heron Strategic Partners, United States
3:15pm-3:45pm
3:45pm-4:45pm
ROUNDTABLEROUNDTABLEPDW
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Developing Critical Thinking Skills: A Mixed Bag of Approaches (roundtable Discussion)Opal Leung, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada; Mariya Gavrilova Aguilar, University of North Texas, United States Roundtable Discussion: Envisioning The University of The FutureUlf-Daniel Ehlers, DHBW Karlsruhe, Germany; Laura Eigbrecht, DHBW Karlsruhe, Germany Engage The Guest Editors: Jme Special Issue On Technology In Management EducationMicheal Stratton, Georgia College & State University, United States; Scott Allen, John Carroll University, United States; Steven Edelson, Walsh University, United States
Friday, 24 June 2022
9:30am-10:00am
EXPERIENTIALEXPERIENTIALBEST PRACTICES
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Teaching Entrepreneurship In The Metaverse: Design Thinking For Finding OpportunitiesSusan Stryker, United States; Shalini Gopalkrishnan, Golden gate University, United States Making The Theoretical Intuitive: An Anchored Approach To Teaching Porter’s Five ForcesThomas Weber, University of Southern Indiana, United States; Nicholas Rhew, University of Southern Indiana, United States Teaching About Antisemitism In The Workplace From A Business School PlatformYochanan Altman, WU Vienna, Austria
10:00am-10:30am
10:30am-12:00pm
BEST PRACTICESPANELEXPERIENTIAL
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Education For Sustainable Development In Interdisciplinary Teams of Students At DhbwRobert Lahdo, DHBW Mannheim, Germany; Judit Klein-Wiele, DHBW Stuttgart, Germany; Yannik Knau, DHBW Stuttgart, Germany; Marcella Rosenberger, DHBW Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany; Andrea Honal, DHBW Mannheim, Germany; Vera Döring, DHBW Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany; Marc Kuhn Kuhn, DHBW Stuttgart, Germany; Harald Mandel, DHBW Stuttgart, Germany Enhancing Future Skills Learning In Higher Education – A ToolboxNicole Geier, DHBW Karlsruhe, Germany; Laura Eigbrecht, DHBW Karlsruhe, Germany; Ulf-Daniel Ehlers, DHBW Karlsruhe, Germany Promoting Student Engagement During Online Teaching - Exchanging Experiences and Implications For Teaching After The PandemicStefanie Sachsenmaier, University of Applied Sciences Heilbronn, Germany; Katja Wengler, Cooperative State University Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
12:00pm-1:00pm
1:00pm-2:00pm
EXPERIENTIALPANELROUNDTABLE
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Digital Methods of Academic and Professional Training In Industrial EngineeringThilo Gamber, DHBW Mannheim, Germany; Jochen Knecht, kreatiVRaum GmbH, Germany Meet The Journal Editors - Journal of Management Education & Management Teaching ReviewJennifer Leigh, Nazareth College, United States; Marissa Edwards, University of Queensland, Australia; Kerri Brannen, Widener University, United States; Gordon Schmidt, Purdue University Fort Wayne, United States; Paul Donovan, Maynooth University, Ireland Soft Skills On The Rise: Defining Leaders of The FutureAlexandra Toth, DHBW Mannheim, Germany; Jens Mergenthaler, Steinbeis University, Germany; Andrea Honal, DHBW Mannheim, Germany
2:00pm-2:30pm
2:30pm-3:30pm
ROUNDTABLEEXPERIENTIALROUNDTABLE
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Mid-Career and Senior Faculty Career Management RoundtableMelissa Knott, Western New England University, United States Student As Hero: Reflecting On The Study Abroad TransformationRobin Sronce, Southern Arkansas University, United States Centering The Management Educator In Promoting Student (and Faculty) Well-Being: Classroom Interventions, Policies, and ApproachesNicholas Rhew, University of Southern Indiana, United States; Robert Steinbauer, Brock University, Canada
3:45pm-4:45pm
ROUNDTABLEROUNDTABLE
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Changing Faculty Roles Amid Shifts In Higher EducationKevin Lo, University of San Francisco, United States; Ken Mullane, Salem State University, United States; Terry Nelson, University of Alaska, Anchorage, United States Fried Faculty: Slowing The BurnHolly Rick, Walden University, United States; Melissa McCartney, Queens University of Charlotte, United States

 


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