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Managing Around is a bi-weekly educational podcast about Social Science, Culture and Management. The host of the show is Dr Maik Arnold, Professor for Social Work Management at the University of Applied Sciences Dresden (@ProfManagement) who talks about pressing issues in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Social Work Management, Management History and Culture. Unlike other podcasts, Managing Around takes a transdisciplinary approach and views management phenomena through the lens of social sciences and humanities. Besides, it is the only podcast, so far, that also covers works and themes in social science poetry.

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Managing Around is a bi-weekly educational podcast about Social Science, Culture and Management. The host of the show is Dr Maik Arnold, Professor for Social Work Management at the University of Applied Sciences Dresden (@ProfManagement) who talks about pressing issues in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Social Work Management, Management History and Culture. Unlike other podcasts, Managing Around takes a transdisciplinary approach and views management phenomena through the lens of social sciences and humanities. Besides, it is the only podcast, so far, that also covers works and themes in social science poetry.

    41. Digital Leadership in Social Work Organisations

    41. Digital Leadership in Social Work Organisations

    Everyone in business studies is talking about digital transformation or digitalisation. Yes, both developments are directly or indirectly affecting all areas of an organisation, not to mention the fact that it also change our life and society as a whole. But how important is this aspect to social work and human service organisations? – This new episode explores this question and discusses, first and foremost, what digital leadership includes, secondly, how it is relevant for social work institutions, and, thirdly, how social work managers can adapt to this ever-changing situation.

    References:
    Arnold, M. (2021). Leading Digital Change and the Management of Hybridity in Social Work Organizations. In F. Özsungur (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Policies, Protocols, and Practices for Social Work in the Digital World (pp. 55-73). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-7998-7772-1.ch004

    Rost, K., Hölzle, K., & Gemünden, H. G. (2007). Promotors or champions? Pros and cons of role specialisation for economic process. Schmalenbach Business Review, 59(4), 340-363. https://doi.org/10.5167/uzh-68489

    Sheninger, E. (2019). Digital Leadership: Changing Paradigms for Changing Times. Thousand Oaks: Corwin Press.

    For more information, visit my blog: profmanagement.de Thank you for listening. If you liked this episode, please leave a review on the iTunes / Apple Podcasts website. If you’ve got any thoughts on this episode, or if you’ve got an idea about new podcast topics or questions you’d like us to discuss, send an audio file or voice note to hi@profmanagement.de. For any non-audio comments, drop a tweet or DM to @profmanagement on Twitter or Instagram, please.

    • 12 Min.
    40. Skills and Knowledge of Social Work Managers

    40. Skills and Knowledge of Social Work Managers

    Competences such as understanding and addressing social justice issues, leadership and management, strategic planning, and problem-solving are essential for effective social work managers. What skills and knowledge should future professionals have? Actually, as I was doing some research on the topic, I realised that there are not so many theory-based competence frameworks available, especially with regard to social worker managers. In this episode, we want to explore this question. And I will take into consideration the publication by Shelly Wimpfheimer. In later episodes, we will also explore other typologies. A regular discussion about core competences for the curriculum of social work management is essential for its constant quality development. I apologise for the deep voice in today's podcast.

    For more information, visit my blog: profmanagement.de Thank you for listening. If you liked this episode, please leave a review on the iTunes / Apple Podcasts website. If you’ve got any thoughts on this episode, or if you’ve got an idea about new podcast topics or questions you’d like us to discuss, send an audio file or voice note to hi@profmanagement.de. For any non-audio comments, drop a tweet or DM to @profmanagement on Twitter or Instagram, please.

    • 11 Min.
    39. Decentralised Learning Environments in Higher Education

    39. Decentralised Learning Environments in Higher Education

    Our everyday experiences with learning are often decentralised. For example, we might learn how to do something by doing it ourselves or asking for help from a friend. We may also use digital learning spaces on the internet or via apps on our mobile phones to explore and learn about different topics. Digital learning spaces are spaces where learners can access and use a variety of digital tools and resources to help them learn. These spaces can include websites, online courses, video tutorials, and social media platforms. Some of those digital learning spaces are organised as decentralised learning environments. They can be used to supplement traditional classroom instruction or to provide a unique learning experience. In this episode, we will discuss how those decentralised learning environments could be useful for organising your teaching. Firstly, we will start with the question of what decentralised learning environments are. And in the second part, we turn our attention to their advantages and demonstrate how useful they are for teaching and learning in higher education.

    For more information, visit my blog: profmanagement.de Thank you for listening. If you liked this episode, please leave a review on the iTunes / Apple Podcasts website. If you’ve got any thoughts on this episode, or if you’ve got an idea about new podcast topics or questions you’d like us to discuss, send an audio file or voice note to hi@profmanagement.de. For any non-audio comments, drop a tweet or DM to @profmanagement on Twitter or Instagram, please.

    • 10 Min.
    38. How To Make A Good Argument: Tips for Personal Knowledge Management

    38. How To Make A Good Argument: Tips for Personal Knowledge Management

    In order to make a good argument, you need to provide solid evidence and rationale for your position. Arguments are an important part of personal knowledge management too. In this Managing Around episode, I will discuss the Stephen E. Toulmin model for the use of arguments. I first came across this epistemological model while searching for a foundation and logical correlation between claims and evidence, I make in my writing and teaching. Only recently, I started to use a graph-based word processing note-taking system to build a so-called second brain, which I find very useful for future knowledge management in research, teaching and even for personal growth. In the following, we will start with a description of the Toulmin model and an example. In the second part, we will draw some practical conclusions for your personal knowledge management.

    For more information, visit my blog: profmanagement.de Thank you for listening. If you liked this episode, please leave a review on the iTunes / Apple Podcasts website. If you’ve got any thoughts on this episode, or if you’ve got an idea about new podcast topics or questions you’d like us to discuss, send an audio file or voice note to hi@profmanagement.de. For any non-audio comments, drop a tweet or DM to @profmanagement on Twitter or Instagram, please.

    • 11 Min.
    37. 5 Steps For Developing Cities Through University-Practice Partnerships

    37. 5 Steps For Developing Cities Through University-Practice Partnerships

    University-practice partnerships have a long tradition in the development of higher education institutions. In addition to the core tasks of teaching and research, universities have an extended mandate. Activities summarised under the term “third mission” include, for example, policy consultation, practice-oriented training of future specialists, promoting innovations, and the development of entrepreneurial skills. The aim of this episode is to provide practical advice on how to make university-practice partnerships work in your next projects. This can be done through cooperation with members and institutions of civil society. By doing so, the university-practice partnerships can make a significant contribution to the development of society, the creation of social innovations as well as local and regional developments.

    In the first part, I will present a case study of a university-practice partnership with a small town within the immediate vicinity of our university. The goal of this partnership was to develop innovative solutions for social and economic challenges in rural areas. In the second part, I will present five steps to make university-practice partnerships work in your projects.

    For more information, visit my blog: profmanagement.de Thank you for listening. If you liked this episode, please leave a review on the iTunes / Apple Podcasts website. If you’ve got any thoughts on this episode, or if you’ve got an idea about new podcast topics or questions you’d like us to discuss, send an audio file or voice note to hi@profmanagement.de. For any non-audio comments, drop a tweet or DM to @profmanagement on Twitter or Instagram, please.

    • 13 Min.
    36. Game-based Learning in Vocational Education

    36. Game-based Learning in Vocational Education

    Games are an integral part of human culture from the early days of our life. They encourage us to interact with each other and with our surroundings to discover new perspectives. Moreover, they enhance the personality and help us to reflect on our own strengths and weaknesses. But how can we use game-based learning in education? How can educators be equipped with the necessary competencies to explore such new ways in their teaching? — In this episode, I will discuss a few insights we have gained in a recent cross-national project about GAmification in TEaching at VET schools (GateVET). I will start with the question: what does gamification or game-based learning mean for education? Thereafter, I will present a learning architecture we have developed in the previously mentioned project.

    References:

    Handbook (blog): https://www.let-them-play.eu

    Project website: https://www.gate-vet.eu

    Wiki: https://wiki.gate-vet.eu/tiki-index.php

    Download GATE:VET App: Google App Store (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gatevet.manzalab), App Store (https://apps.apple.com/ch/app/gate-vet/id1555057474), WebGL (https://mobile.teemew.com/smart130/webgl/index.html)

    Arnold, M., North, B., Fischer, H., Müller, J., Diab, M. (2021). Game-based Learning in VET Schools: A Learning Architecture for Educators in Vocational Education. Proceedings of the 15th International Technology, Education and Development Conference Valencia, Spain. 8-10 March, 2021. https://doi.org/10.21125/inted.2021.0692

    Schmitz, B., Felicia, P, & Bignami, F. (2015). Acceptance and Use of Game-Based Learning in Vocational Education and Training: An International Survey. International Journal of Game-Based Learning, 5(4), 50-63. https://doi.org/10.4018/IJGBL.2015100104

    For more information visit my blog: profmanagement.de Thank you for listening. If you liked this episode please leave a review on the iTunes / Apple Podcasts website. If you’ve got any thoughts on this episode, or if you’ve got an idea about new podcast topics or questions you’d like us to discuss, send an audio file or voice note to hi@profmanagement.de. For any non-audio comments, drop a tweet or DM to @profmanagement on Twitter or Instagram, please.

    • 13 Min.

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