Konferenz: The Role of Knowledge for Responsible Decision Making in Organizations
Wann: Mi, 31.05.2023, 08:30 Uhr bis Do, 01.06.2023, 17:00 Uhr
Wo: Gästehaus der Universität Hamburg, Rothenbaumchaussee 34, 20148 Hamburg
Various disciplines investigate the qualities organizations and their members need to generate, share, and store information for responsible decision-making, yet often in isolation from each other. We aim to bridge these disciplinary boundaries by bringing together fifteen scholars working across philosophy, organizational studies, psychology, sociology, and law. Talks explore foundational topics such as whether responsibility for actions based on group beliefs transmits to the members of the organization; psychological issues such as what we can learn from research on conspiracy theories about organizational decision making; as well as applied issues such as platform surveillance, corporate bullshit, and the impact of workplace democracy on corporate decision making.
Registration required: There is a limited number of places available for participants. Please send an email to Lily Tappe to register for the conference email@example.com until 30 April and we try to accommodate you.
The conference is organized by the research group “Culpable Ignorance, Moral Knowledge in Organizations” and funded by the Volkswagen Foundation.
Marco Meyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tong Li <email@example.com>
Lily Tappe <firstname.lastname@example.org>