Applied Research & Key Skills I

Course contents
  • - The research process
    - Relevance of problems and questions
    - Idea generation
    - Empirical social research
    - Overview Methods
    - General Overview - Module Structure & Learning Goals
    - Field of activity in Industrial Engineering & Management Master
    - Technological and social trends and the implications for the job profile
    - Competence profile
    - Importance of professional and interdisciplinary competences
    - The key competencies model according to HK Stahl & competence development through application-oriented workshops
    - Principles of Responsible Management Education
    - Paradigms, principles and differences in the classical and agile PM approach
    - Functionality of the Scrum framework (artifacts and events)
    - Selection criteria for a suitable PM approach (Stacey matrix)
    - Application of Scrum: working with epics and user stories, evaluation and prioritization of stories, setup and application of a Kanban board
    - Criteria for the introduction of Scrum
    - Scaling of Scrum projects (LeSS)