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September

European Family Business Centers Online Research Seminars

30 September - 30 September

12:00 - 13:00

Online - contact for zoom link

<p>European Family Business Centers Online Research Seminars&nbsp;</p>
30 September - 30 September
12:00 - 13:00

Location

Online - contact for zoom link


Link

European Family Business Centers Online Research Seminars

European Family Business Centers Online Research Seminars 


Organizer: Centre for Family Entrepreneurship and Ownership

EUFBC Seminar - Natalie Rauschendorfer

30 September - 30 September

12:00 - 13:00

https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/68855796991

<p>This&nbsp;seminar will be presented by Natalie Rauschendorfer, Research Fellow&nbsp;at&nbsp;Friedrichshafen Institute for Family Entrepreneurship (FIF), Zeppelin University in Germany.</p><p><strong>Tough on the outside, soft on the inside<br />the perception of signaling the family firm status in a consulting context</strong></p><p><em>Natalie Rauschendorfer</em><em>, Z</em><em>eppelin University</em></p><p><em>Reinhard&nbsp;Pr&uuml;gl, Z</em><em>eppelin University<br />Max Lude</em><em>, </em><em>Zeppelin University</em></p><p><strong>September 30</strong><strong>, </strong><strong>12:00</strong><strong>-13:00</strong><strong><em>&nbsp;</em>CET</strong></p><p>Link:&nbsp;<a href="https://eur02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fju-se.zoom.us%2Fj%2F68855796991&amp;data=02%7C01%7CIngrid.Aronsson%40ju.se%7C045d6b6f231e4001c1a608d85a1d31d5%7C7564bc8f37384b4dbd575a02ca6215fb%7C0%7C0%7C637358428757654596&amp;sdata=maDYTisd5V07I%2B1EtRcgG4lgD7V9m4KXcEfzK6jwvqw%3D&amp;reserved=0">https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/68855796991</a></p><p>Abstract:&nbsp;This work examines the consultants&rsquo; perception of family firms. Drawing on signaling theory, we&nbsp;investigated the impact of signaling the family firm status on the perception of consultants and&nbsp;how this affects their decision-making to work with family firms. To this end, we conducted an&nbsp;explorative choice experiment with N=179 consultants and collected qualitative data on the&nbsp;consultant&rsquo;s motives to work with family firms to better understand the underlying cognitive&nbsp;mechanisms potentially explaining the results of the choice experiment. The results reveal&nbsp;empirical evidence of a bias towards family firms. In other words: consultants seem to favor family firms as clients over their non-family counterparts. Based on the qualitative data we were able to discover reasons for this finding and explore major decision criteria in favor or against family firms as clients of consultants.</p>
30 September - 30 September
12:00 - 13:00

Location

https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/68855796991


Link

EUFBC Seminar - Natalie Rauschendorfer

This seminar will be presented by Natalie Rauschendorfer, Research Fellow at Friedrichshafen Institute for Family Entrepreneurship (FIF), Zeppelin University in Germany.

Tough on the outside, soft on the inside
the perception of signaling the family firm status in a consulting context

Natalie Rauschendorfer, Zeppelin University

Reinhard Prügl, Zeppelin University
Max Lude
, Zeppelin University

September 30, 12:00-13:00 CET

Link: https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/68855796991

Abstract: This work examines the consultants’ perception of family firms. Drawing on signaling theory, we investigated the impact of signaling the family firm status on the perception of consultants and how this affects their decision-making to work with family firms. To this end, we conducted an explorative choice experiment with N=179 consultants and collected qualitative data on the consultant’s motives to work with family firms to better understand the underlying cognitive mechanisms potentially explaining the results of the choice experiment. The results reveal empirical evidence of a bias towards family firms. In other words: consultants seem to favor family firms as clients over their non-family counterparts. Based on the qualitative data we were able to discover reasons for this finding and explore major decision criteria in favor or against family firms as clients of consultants.


Organizer: Centre for Family Entrepreneurship and Ownership

Trial lecture for appointment as associate professor - Anette Karltun

30 September - 30 September

15:00 - 16:00

E1405 (Gjuterisalen)

<p>Welcome to attend Anette Karltun&#39;s trial lecture for appointment as associate professor!</p><p><strong>Titel:</strong><br /><em>Human information processing at the core of work performance </em></p><p><strong>Abstract:</strong><br />Human activity at work is at the core of work processes that makes things happen in a production system. Activity is guided by human information processing and decision-making. However, the increasing complexity in working life due to globalisation, increasingly sophisticated technology and higher demands on competitiveness, places higher demands on human resources at work, particularly cognitive information processing resources. The human abilities and limitations in this respect therefore need to be emphasized in organizing work and providing suitable technical equipment for good outcome.</p><p>In this lecture I provide lessons learned from several research projects that highlight the needs to develop supportive conditions for human performance at work. This includes designing usability-centred technical equipment, organising work by developing supportive infrastructure as well as facilitating interactions for frontline staff, between functions and hierarchal levels in order to achieve good quality, productivity and health at work.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Please click the link below to join the Zoom-meeting:</p><p><a href="https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/63240506146?pwd=UTZwVGZxN25rRWtkamVJUFJPZ3NOUT09">https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/63240506146?pwd=UTZwVGZxN25rRWtkamVJUFJPZ3NOUT09</a></p><p>Passcode: 071667</p>
30 September - 30 September
15:00 - 16:00

Location

E1405 (Gjuterisalen)


Link

Trial lecture for appointment as associate professor - Anette Karltun

Welcome to attend Anette Karltun's trial lecture for appointment as associate professor!

Titel:
Human information processing at the core of work performance

Abstract:
Human activity at work is at the core of work processes that makes things happen in a production system. Activity is guided by human information processing and decision-making. However, the increasing complexity in working life due to globalisation, increasingly sophisticated technology and higher demands on competitiveness, places higher demands on human resources at work, particularly cognitive information processing resources. The human abilities and limitations in this respect therefore need to be emphasized in organizing work and providing suitable technical equipment for good outcome.

In this lecture I provide lessons learned from several research projects that highlight the needs to develop supportive conditions for human performance at work. This includes designing usability-centred technical equipment, organising work by developing supportive infrastructure as well as facilitating interactions for frontline staff, between functions and hierarchal levels in order to achieve good quality, productivity and health at work.

 

Please click the link below to join the Zoom-meeting:

https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/63240506146?pwd=UTZwVGZxN25rRWtkamVJUFJPZ3NOUT09

Passcode: 071667


Organizer: School of Engineering