Economic and Social Cybernetics

  • Digital and technological transformation processe
  • Change Management
  • Organizational and corporate cultures
  • Business Model Development and Innovation     
  • Knowledge and technology transfer     
  • Sustainability review

The research group Economic and Social Cybernetics is dedicated to the holistic view of organizations and companies as open, socio-technical, economically and diverse networked systems. Our focus is on change management, organizational and corporate cultures, business model development and sustainability assessment. With an interdisciplinary team of psychologists, engineers, communication scientists and business economists, we explore the interactions of technical, economic and cultural factors in science and industry. The developed approaches for optimizing the triad of human - organization - technology are implemented and evaluated directly in cooperating companies. Our approach is based on cybernetic approaches and combines cybernetic methods with methods of empirical social research.

Projects

Programmierung Nao
Strength and action-oriented analysis of students' interests and abilities
2012 – 2019
Ongoing
Kreis Dvlop 2000X1200
Implementation of digital and virtual learning cultures in the production sector
2017 – 2020
Ongoing
Teilnehmer An Stehtisch
Collaborative project to improve study conditions and further develop teaching quality in engineering education
2016 – 2020
Ongoing
Roboscope016
Exciting insights into the diverse disciplines of the MINT area in the interdisciplinary student laboratory for robotics
2010 – 2019
Ongoing
Innodigicraft Foto Logo
The Smart Living Innovation Forum in Aachen links stakeholders from trade, science and industry
2016 – 2017
Completed
Fotolia 133395505 S Sashkin
Development and implementation of an open source tool for the quantitative management of project-related risks for SMEs
2017 – 2018
Completed
Smart Emma
Establishment of a digital cooperation platform for regional grocers in Aachen
2016 – 2019
Completed
ContactJan Bitter, M.Sc.Forschungsgruppenleiter
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