New research, led by Martin Schweinsberg, assistant professor of organizational behavior at ESMT Berlin, shows wide variance in research results due to different analytical approaches, even though all analysts tested the same hypotheses on the same data. Almost 180 co-authors from all around the world worked together on the project. A crowd of analysts independently analyzed the same dataset to test two hypotheses, and the researchers came up with 29 different results.
The DigitalFuture Summit will take place July 8-9, 2021 at ESMT Berlin. The two-day conference is hosted by Master in Management students in an online format and offers executives from global companies and innovative startups, talented students, and experts from academia an assortment of discussion and networking opportunities, as well as interesting future career possibilities.
ESMT Berlin achieved the fifth-highest score in Germany and the highest in Berlin/Brandenburg in the LGBTIQ+ Campus Index. Sixty-two universities from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland participated in the audit organized by UHLALA Group.