Against the background of the enormous potential and importance of out-of-home catering, the awareness of politics, society and the media for the economic and social importance of the out-of-home market is to be raised on the basis of current figures and the social dimension of this hospitality sector is to be elaborated.
Within the framework of the working group "Energy transition of the built environment" in the academy project "Energy Systems of the Future" (ESYS), ISInova accompanies the processes for the preparation of an expert report with action paths on the topic of the built environment.
As part of the funding guideline "The digital municipality - supporting interactive, participatory and data-driven planning processes", the project consortium is researching the participatory involvement of children and young people in hybrid municipal planning processes using a gamified mixed reality platform.
Within the framework of the guideline for the funding of projects on the topic of "Exploring Regional Factors for Innovation and Change - Strengthening Societal Innovative Capacity" under the funding measure "REGION.innovativ", the project consortium is researching transformative capacities, i.e. the societal capacity based on various innovations and the activation of regional innovation systems to initiate and shape transformation processes.
Cooperation between civil society organizations dealing with environmental issues on the one hand and social issues on the other is still rare and sometimes characterized by reservations. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in particular offer potential for collaboration between organizations and their members on various social and environmental issues.
Social innovations such as car sharing, upcycling, swap meets, do-it-yourself platforms or urban gardening are also messengers of sustainable consumption. How do such ideas come about? Dr. René John discussed together with Ralf Weigt, Spielwagen e.V., Urban Gardening Magdeburg with Magdeburg citizens
Systematization of knowledge about social innovations and a development of suitable, novel governance strategies for the promotion of social innovations based on this knowledge.
Discussion of relevant scientific approaches to the role of social innovations in the upcoming societal transformation process towards sustainable development.
The biennial survey on the state of environmental awareness and behavior, which has been conducted since 1996, is currently being projected and carried out by ISInova.
The aim of the project is a comprehensive scientific reflection of the concepts and results of the previous two nature awareness studies of BMU and BfN as well as the development of recommendations for their further development.
The expert report was prepared as part of the project "Rio 20plus on the ground" conducted by the IZT (Berlin) on behalf of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety and the German Federal Foundation for the Environment
The research project is a semantic as well as a methodological task: Semantically, it requires the development of criteria for the evaluation of the radicality of ideas by which the existing and the new can be sharply distinguished.
Jens Aderhold chairs the section entitled "Elites as Guiders or 'Social Parasites'? On the Sociocultural Significance of Elite Action in Social Transformation Processes."
The Stuttgart regional group of the Professional Association of German Sociologists (BDS) organized another workshop last September with the active participation of ISInova, which again focused on the concept of innovation and related practical problems
Against the background of the current determination of the place of theater in society under the keyword "repoliticization," these efforts are examined using the prominent example of the Berlin "Schaubühne" as an example.
From 2012 ISInova has developed the Azubi|Academy for Heckert GmbH, Chemnitz. In the trainings of the Azubi|Academy, in addition to the vocational training, essential social and methodical competences for a successful start into the apprenticeship and the work at Heckert are taught
Explicit management guidelines are intended to provide a binding orientation framework for the actions of managers in organizations such as, e.g. companies offer. They are intended to ensure that the actors involved share a common leadership model, making leadership actions more "predictable" for the organization on the one hand and sanctionable in the event of misconduct on the other.
In early summer, the well-known Leipzig cabaret "academixer" conducted its first audience survey. The cabaret was supported by ISInova in conducting the survey as well as in the evaluation
Until spring 2006, a quality assurance of the results in the subproject "Language" is to be carried out within the framework of the university research project using various methods.
The joint project "Verdinglichung des Lebendigen" (Reification of the Living) deals with the object "meat", how it is transformed along the production chain from living animal to reified meat and sausage products.
ISInova is conducting an employee satisfaction study at a developer in the automotive industry together with the Chair of Innovation Research and Sustainable Resource Management at Chemnitz University of Technology.
Current consumption patterns in industrialized countries are seen as a significant driver of global sustainability problems. As SDG 12, sustainable consumption represents a specific development goal of the United Nations' 2030 Agenda.
The joint project "Broadening Horizons - Changing Perspectives" develops strategies to promote the transfer of scientific research results to areas far from agglomerations.
ISInova presented the ensemble KONACTSCHEN at the 9. and August 10, 2007 at theaterforum kreuzberg (Kreuzberg Theater Forum) with the play "Wer stört lebt" after Tankred Dorst.
The joint project investigates how and whether the quality and consumption awareness of consumers changes when a "culture of repair" is integrated and lived in everyday life.
The aim of the project is to develop measures, methods and tools to promote the emergence of radical innovations in the interaction between the various actors in an innovation system and within organizations.