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Julie Peters – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Research Guides: HRM (Human Resource Management) Research: A Quick Guide: Find Articles
    , 2010
    Co-Authors: Julie Peters

    Abstract:

    HRM research can be challenging. It is an interdisciplinary field, demanding knowledge of sources in Business, Psychology, law, and even medicine at times. This Quick Guide will get you started.

  • Research Guides: HRM (Human Resource Management) Research: A Quick Guide: Getting Started
    , 2010
    Co-Authors: Julie Peters

    Abstract:

    HRM research can be challenging. It is an interdisciplinary field, demanding knowledge of sources in Business, Psychology, law, and even medicine at times. This Quick Guide will get you started.

  • Research Guides: HRM (Human Resource Management) Research: A Quick Guide: Academic Integrity & Plagiarism
    , 2010
    Co-Authors: Julie Peters

    Abstract:

    HRM research can be challenging. It is an interdisciplinary field, demanding knowledge of sources in Business, Psychology, law, and even medicine at times. This Quick Guide will get you started.

Ingo J. Timm – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • WSC – Challenges of simulating teamwork in organizational scenarios
    2017 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), 2017
    Co-Authors: Lukas Reuter, Jan Ole Berndt, Ingo J. Timm

    Abstract:

    Today’s workplace is driven by a high amount of available information and hereby the complexity of work processes increases. In this context the project AdaptPRO uses an interdisciplinary approach from Business informatics and Business Psychology to analyze, model and simulate the concept of intentional forgetting by reorganizing roles and processes in an organizational context. Towards the vision of simulating teamwork, this paper proposes an experiment and simulation framework to model and simulate the effects of different role and process configurations in teams. Bringing both of these disciplines together can open up new opportunities for developing and understanding simulation models of human teamwork practices.

  • Challenges of simulating teamwork in organizational scenarios
    2017 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), 2017
    Co-Authors: Lukas Reuter, Jan Ole Berndt, Ingo J. Timm

    Abstract:

    Today’s workplace is driven by a high amount of available information and hereby the complexity of work processes increases. In this context the project AdaptPRO uses an interdisciplinary approach from Business informatics and Business Psychology to analyze, model and simulate the concept of intentional forgetting by reorganizing roles and processes in an organizational context. Towards the vision of simulating teamwork, this paper proposes an experiment and simulation framework to model and simulate the effects of different role and process configurations in teams. Bringing both of these disciplines together can open up new opportunities for developing and understanding simulation models of human teamwork practices.

Lukas Reuter – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • WSC – Challenges of simulating teamwork in organizational scenarios
    2017 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), 2017
    Co-Authors: Lukas Reuter, Jan Ole Berndt, Ingo J. Timm

    Abstract:

    Today’s workplace is driven by a high amount of available information and hereby the complexity of work processes increases. In this context the project AdaptPRO uses an interdisciplinary approach from Business informatics and Business Psychology to analyze, model and simulate the concept of intentional forgetting by reorganizing roles and processes in an organizational context. Towards the vision of simulating teamwork, this paper proposes an experiment and simulation framework to model and simulate the effects of different role and process configurations in teams. Bringing both of these disciplines together can open up new opportunities for developing and understanding simulation models of human teamwork practices.

  • Challenges of simulating teamwork in organizational scenarios
    2017 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), 2017
    Co-Authors: Lukas Reuter, Jan Ole Berndt, Ingo J. Timm

    Abstract:

    Today’s workplace is driven by a high amount of available information and hereby the complexity of work processes increases. In this context the project AdaptPRO uses an interdisciplinary approach from Business informatics and Business Psychology to analyze, model and simulate the concept of intentional forgetting by reorganizing roles and processes in an organizational context. Towards the vision of simulating teamwork, this paper proposes an experiment and simulation framework to model and simulate the effects of different role and process configurations in teams. Bringing both of these disciplines together can open up new opportunities for developing and understanding simulation models of human teamwork practices.