Florian Kragulj, PhD
WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business)
Department of Information Systems and Operations
Institute for Information Business
Research Group Knowledge-Based Management (www.wu.ac.at/kbm)
Building D2, 3rd Floor
Welthandelsplatz 1, 1020 Vienna, Austria
Consultation on Appointment
Florian Kragulj works as a research and teaching assistant in the fields of knowledge-based management and information systems at the Institute for Information Business. His PhD thesis was on the impact of explicit knowledge about needs on organizational learning processes.
He completed a highly research-driven and interdisciplinary master programme in cognitive science (www.meicogsci.eu) and holds a master's degree (with distinction) jointly awarded by the University of Vienna, the University of Bratislava, the University of Zagreb, the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, and the University of Ljubljana. As part of his studies, he had a research stay at the Eötvös Loránd University Budapest. In his transdisciplinary master thesis he developed a methodological framework for the abductive inference of explicit knowledge of human needs and focused on the philosophical roots of this type of knowledge.
Furthermore, Florian Kragulj graduated at the Vienna University of Economics and Business and holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration with focuses on management and organizational behavior as well as information business. He wrote his bachelor's thesis about the interdependency between organizational culture and knowledge management. His work is based on the path-breaking theories of Ikujirō Nonaka and Edgar H. Schein and concludes with an integrated model hypothesis on how the culture of an organization could influence its knowledge creating processes and vice versa.
Master thesis project: "Creating Knowledge of Need: A Methodological Framework for its Abductive Inference"
Changing organizational culture through knowledge-based intervention
Past research project (MEi:CogSci study): The influence of the arts and their means on the way of thinking (supervised by László Ropolyi at the Eötvös Loránd University Budapest)
Past research project (MEi:CogSci study): (Visual) perception of photographs (supervised by Johannes Köck at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna)