Roland Heller, Senior Manager
"Consenec Impuls" on the topic of "A Revolution at Work?"
VIRTUAL COLLABORATION: “WELL, YES – BUT WHAT ABOUT REAL INTERACTIONS?”
In the world of work, nothing has remained the same: virtual teams, collaboration with strangers, business travel largely a thing of the past, never-ending video conferences, no gossip in the breakroom ...
How are employees impacted by these developments? How do managers deal with the situation? How can trust between employees and supervisors be built? Is “management by wandering around” still an option?
These and other questions on changes in the world of work are the topic of the next virtual Consenec Impuls event.
In German only.
Consenec Impuls guests have the opportunity to ask questions in advance or after watching the video. After registering, you will receive links to the video recording of Gudela Grote’s talk and discussion with Ingo Fritschi and to a webpage with answers to questions sent in advance.
To ask questions after watching the talk, please send an e-mail to Brigitte Vogt by end of May.
Prof. Dr. Gudela Grote
was appointed full professor of Work and Organizational Psychology at the ETH Zurich Department of Management, Technology, and Economics in 2000. She studied psychology at the University of Marburg and earned her doctorate at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta. She has a special interest in how increasing flexibility and virtuality of work impact individual and organizational management of uncertainty.
Her current research explores leadership and coordination in high-risk and innovative teams as well as job design and career management in flexible employment settings. Since 2006, Gudela Grote has published the Swiss Human Relations Barometer in collaboration with Professor Bruno Staffelbach from the University of Lucerne.
Professor Grote is Chair of the Department of Management, Technology, and Economics at ETH Zurich and former President of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology. She has been a member of the Swiss National Science Foundation Research Council since 2019.