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Shaping the future: Highlights of the Transformation Camp

May 6, 2024

Two days, four inspiring keynotes, 30 interactive sessions, 140 motivated participants and students from the Human Resources & Organization Study Programs - these are the numbers of the 1st Transformation Camp at FHWien der WKW. […]Read more on Shaping the future: Highlights of the Transformation Camp

AI in ÖBB’s personnel development

March 12, 2024

The 4th semester of the Bachelor's program in Human Resources Management started with a hot topic for our students: the use of AI in HR development. In cooperation with ÖBB, our students will be working on a practical HR project over the next few months. […]Read more on AI in ÖBB’s personnel development

How does employee engagement work? Final of the case study with Magenta

February 20, 2024

The new year started with a highlight for the students of the Master's program in Organizational & Human Resources Development: They presented their solutions and ideas for increasing employee engagement at Magenta Telekom's headquarters. […]Read more on How does employee engagement work? Final of the case study with Magenta

Human Resources & Organization: Alumni Afternoon 2023

November 30, 2023

Themed "HRO yesterday, today, the day after tomorrow", FHWien der WKW's Human Resources & Organization Study Programs invited its graduates to the Alumni Afternoon 2023 on November 24. Whether they graduated several months or several years ago, entering the building and seeing their colleagues again brought back nostalgic memories. […]Read more on Human Resources & Organization: Alumni Afternoon 2023

AI has to build trust to support HR processes!

October 24, 2023

The HR Inside Summit, the largest HR event in the DACH region, gathered more than 2,000 participants at the Hofburg Vienna to discuss the latest HR trends with top international experts. […]Read more on AI has to build trust to support HR processes!

Employee Engagement: Start of a student project with Magenta

September 13, 2023

The 3rd semester started with a highlight: the practical project with the telecommunications provider Magenta. In mid-September, the Master's students from the Organizational & Human Resources Development study program paid a visit to the headquarters in the 3rd district. […]Read more on Employee Engagement: Start of a student project with Magenta

FUTURE SKILLS! FUTURE LEARNING! FUTURE ORGANIZATIONS! – Skills and learning worlds of the future from an HR perspective

July 3, 2023

How is artificial intelligence changing the world of learning and work? What competencies/future skills are needed to deal with it competently and how can they be taught? These were the questions posed by 4th semester students of the Bachelor's program Human Resources Management. […]Read more on FUTURE SKILLS! FUTURE LEARNING! FUTURE ORGANIZATIONS! – Skills and learning worlds of the future from an HR perspective

Which benefits do employees want? Final of the practical project with Edenred

June 16, 2023

Benefits are becoming increasingly important on the current employee market. Which ones are there and are they particularly in demand? Can companies use them to set themselves apart from the competition? Full-time students of the Bachelor's program in Human Resources Management dedicated a semester to this topic and presented their results to Edenred Austria. […]Read more on Which benefits do employees want? Final of the practical project with Edenred

Leadership & Culture: Future perspectives for a new world of work

June 14, 2023

How do I design working environments today and in the future? What do corporate culture and leadership have to do with it? These were the questions addressed by the top-class event of the Human Resources & Organization Study Programs on June 6, 2023. During a keynote speech, a panel discussion and a live call to the US, new ideas on… […]Read more on Leadership & Culture: Future perspectives for a new world of work

Admission Procedure: An Undertaking Rich in Experience

June 6, 2023

Preparing for and taking part in an assessment center is always very tense for applicants - and not without reason: During this selection process, which lasts several hours, participants are given various tasks and are observed by so-called "assessors". At the same time, students in the Bachelor's program in Human Resources Management are also involved in the selection process, where… […]Read more on Admission Procedure: An Undertaking Rich in Experience