In different formats, we invite practitioners for lectures in front of our students. Below, you can find an overview of past lectures:
In our largest lecture on Corporate Social Responsibility, which is attended by approx. 450 Master students each year, we cover different topics related to sustainable management in a total of seven sessions (from basic theories of CSR to more current approaches such as Creating Shared Value to Social Business and Sharing Economy as current trends). In each session, we also integrate a guest speaker from business practice who reflects the content from a practitioner's perspective.
In multiple talks and workshops over two days, the Digital Changemakers Summit focuses on a varying, recent topic in the intersection of digitalization and sustainability. For these talks and workshops, we invite members of various organizations.
In this module, the students' objective was to develop a framework that enables Adidas to measure its social impact. In order to succeed in this real-life challenge, feedback and support was offered by chair members and the following practitioners.
At the “Startery University”, student teams formed a social enterprise with the help of SAP, Social Impact, and our Chair. The following practitioners supported this class:
In this class, supported by SAP, students worked in teams of four to five and apply Design Thinking methods to develop an idea for a digital social start-up. They were supported by:
In this class, students prepared documentaries covering various sustainability-related topics such as digital social innovation, sustainable cities, and corporate political activism. The final film festival was not only a chance to view the documentaries but also to get in touch with the film makers and interview partners, such as: