Organisation and management research group

Research classification (Frascati)
Psychology and cognitive sciences 5.1
Head of the research group
responsible and ethical organizational development
leader-follower relationship
strategic management
knowledge and innovation management
risk management
change management
occupational health
organizational psychology
occupational safety and risks
The research group is active in a number of research fields related to organisation and management, using different theoretical lenses and research methods. The primary research interests can be grouped under leadership, well-being and responsible, ethical organizational development and sustainability management.The group uses different theoretical lenses and research methods – bringing together members from diverse backgrounds – to investigate how established and new organizations continuously develop their organizational resources and capabilities to be prepared for present and future business, societal challenges and opportunities in a sustainable way.The group has access to a number of internationally renowned researchers working on organization and management, occupational safety and related topics and continuously works on the extension of this network.The purpose of the group is to extend the scientific body of knowledge concerning the related fields of organization and management and to contribute to practice, by presenting opportunities and challenges confronting Estonian organizations and beyond. The overall interest of the group is to investigate how organizations transform their knowledge and access to new digital solutions into innovative outputs to achieve and maintain sustainable business development.The group members have a broad portfolio of expertise gained from working with a variety of national and international private and public organizations. The aim is to take advantage of it and use this expertise to develop it further for the greater good.
Period of activity of the research group
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