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Date and time
Friday, April 21, 2023 - 14:30 to 15:30

About the Event

Speaker Name:  Ute Franzen-Waschke, DProf student, Chester Business School


In this online praxis session Ute will present her research topic and how she intended to collect data when she developed her portfolio. Ute will share the obstacles she had to overcome, how data collection methods, technology, online platforms, and the vast possibilities today’s researcher have at their fingertips to collect their primary data, could collide with ethical guidelines. What seems possible at first sight, might not be possible in the end. There will be a good amount of time in this session for questions and discussions, reflecting on how academic research in pursuit of a degree is different from business research done in the corporate world.



Ute is a D(Prof) student living in Germany and working freelance as a coach and consultant with clients from around the world. Ute is passionate about developing people for the international workplace. Throughout her extensive career, she has worked with her clients on co-creating environments that allow individuals, teams and businesses to thrive, be the focus on communication, relationship or corporate cultures. Ute is the author of the book “How to create a successful remote work culture” and Co-author of the book “Changing Conversations for a Changing World Vol 1 & Vol 2”.