Innovation in democratic voting processes through online participation in companies and other organizations.
- What are the consequences of online participation processes for employee participation in organizational decision-making?
- What changes do online participation procedures bring to employees’ work processes, structures and qualification requirements?
- Which structural and personnel conditions in an organization promote or impair the quality of online participation processes?
- How can employees’ acceptance of the introduction of online participation in organizations be promoted?
Prof. Dr. Stefan Süß
Prof. Dr. Süß holds the Chair of Business Administration, in particular Organization Studies and Human Resource Management at the Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf since April 2010. From October 2013 till December 2014, he was Dean of the Faculty of Business Administration and Economics at the Heinrich-Heine-University Duesseldorf. From January 2015 till September 2017, he was Vice President for Quality in Studies and Human Resource Management. Moreover, he is speaker of the Manchot Graduate School “Competitiveness of Young Enterprises“ (WEJU).
His research interests focus on Organizational Theory, Human Resource Management, new employment forms, empirical human resource and organizational research as well as higher education management. In context of the DIID, he is interested in democratic voting process‘ changes through online-participation in enterprises and other organizations.