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Florian Kragulj, BSc (WU) MSc

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Florian Kragulj

Re­search and Teach­ing Assist­ant

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

Email: florian.kragulj@wu.ac.at
Phone: +43-1-31336/5231
Fax: +43-1-31336/905231
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. He is a PhD can­did­ate in the field of know­ledge-­based man­age­ment in­vest­ig­at­ing the im­pact ex­pli­cit know­ledge of hu­man needs has on so­cial in­nov­a­tion pro­cesses.

In 2014, 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 in 2010 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.

Re­search In­terests

  • 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)

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