Liebig, Brigitte

Liebig, Brigitte


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  • Publikation
    FEMSPIN Report: Spin-Offs and Start-Ups of Female Academics at Swiss Universities: Activities and Support
    (Hochschule für Angewandte Psychologie FHNW, 04/2023) Liebig, Brigitte; Soltermann, Alain
    This report aims to encourage reflection, exchange, and knowledge building on female academic entrepreneurship in Switzerland. It presents new data on spin-off and start-up activities by female academics at Swiss universities and research institutes. The survey highlights that female academics are still rarely involved in the commercialization of knowledge from R&D in Switzerland. More than that, most of Swiss universities and research institutes offer support for academic entrepreneurship in general, but few specifically target their support at female academics. The authors make clear, that activities are needed to support spin-off and start-up creation in all fields of research with a particular focus on women. A close collaboration between gender equality, knowledge transfer, and innovation is essential to close the existing gender gap in academic entrepreneurship.
    05 - Forschungs- oder Arbeitsbericht
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    Vereinbarkeit von Beruf und Privatleben von Spitalärztinnen und -ärzten: Eine Wegleitung
    (Hochschule für Angewandte Psychologie FHNW, Institut für Kooperationsforschung und -entwicklung, 03/2023) Frey, Julia; Kwakye, Delia; Liebig, Brigitte
    05 - Forschungs- oder Arbeitsbericht
  • Publikation
    From a deliberative to an implementing mindset a process-oriented view of the formation of academic entrepreneurial intention
    (Bentham, 20.07.2021) Blaese, Richard; Liebig, Brigitte [in: The Open Psychology Journal]
    Background: Previous intention-based research has not considered whether participants are in the motivational or in the actional phase. In turn, this creates a gap of knowledge concerning the cognitive and motivational processes involved in the formation of Entrepreneurial Intention (EI). By applying the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB), the present study addresses the formation of EI to commercialize research knowledge, focusing on the transition from motivation to implementation in the context of academia. Methods: Drawing on cross-sectional data of 490 researchers, segmented regression analysis was conducted to analyze the influence of entrepreneurial engagement on EI-growth. Multi-group Structural Equalization Modeling (SEM) was then used to test the moderation effects of engagement on the relationship between motivational factors and entrepreneurial intention. Results and Discussion: The analysis revealed a direct influence of engagement on EI, as well as a threshold of EI-growth per the context of a Rubicon crossing after the initiation of the first gestation action. Our data also show a growing influence of endogenous factors (e.g., attitudes and perceived behavior control) on EI during the venture creation process. The second part of the study contributes by testing the effects of entrepreneurial rewards on TPB-antecedents moderated by engagement. Conclusion: Until today, research mostly relied on cross-sectional data to predict and measure the strength of EI in the phase preceding the launch of a new business without considering whether participants are in the motivational or in the actional phase. Our finding highlights the need to shift from focusing entrepreneurship research solely on intentions to now on the process and implementation perspective.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
  • Publikation
    Diversität als Innovationsfaktor: ein Toolkit
    (WEKA, 01.07.2021) Mittner, Debora; Liebig, Brigitte [in: Personal Schweiz]
    Diversität bildet einen wichtigen Erfolgsfaktor für Innovation. Organisationen, die diesen Faktor nutzen wollen, müssen ihre betrieblichen Voraussetzungen entsprechend inklusiv gestalten und entwickeln. Das Toolkit: Women & Diversity in Innovation stellt KMU und Grossorganisationen dazu Anregungen und Instrumente im Innovationsbereich bereit. Nach einem Piloten mit sechs Unter- nehmen ist das Toolkit auf der Website seit Kurzem im Netz verfügbar.
    01B - Beitrag in Magazin oder Zeitung
  • Publikation
    Organizational determinants of information transfer in palliative care teams: A structural equation modeling approach
    (Public Library of Science, 03.06.2021) Schweighoffer, Reka; Blaese, Richard; Liebig, Brigitte [in: PLOS ONE]
    Several organizational factors facilitate or hinder information transfer in palliative care teams. According to past research, organizational factors that reduce information transfer include the inconsistent use of shared electronic patient files, frequent changes of healthcare staff, a lack of opportunities for personal exchange, and a lack of evaluation of collaborative processes. Insufficient information sharing between professionals can negatively impact patient safety, whereas studies have shown that some organizational factors improve collaboration between professionals and thus contribute to improved patient outcomes. The main purpose of this study is thus to investigate whether, and if so how, organizational factors contribute to successful information exchange in palliative care teams in Switzerland, while also accounting for the different care contexts of primary and specialized palliative care. A nationwide survey was aimed at medical professionals working in palliative care. In total, 379 participants (mean age = 49.8 years, SD = 10.3) were included in this study. Two main outcome variables were examined: healthcare providers’ satisfaction with information transfer in their team and their overall satisfaction with communication in their team. Hypotheses were tested by employing structural equation modeling. Findings revealed that the strongest predictors for effective information transfer in palliative care teams were sufficient opportunities for face-to-face meetings and supervision alongside feedback tools to improve collaborative practices and the application of guidelines and standards for collaboration. Face-to-face meetings were an even greater contributor to information transfer in specialized settings, whereas sharing the same work-based values with colleagues was considered more important in primary settings. Results from this study contribute to the existing literature elucidating how information transfer is facilitated in the field of palliative care. If proposed measures are implemented, this could possibly improve patient outcomes in palliative care. Furthermore, the findings can be useful for healthcare organizations and associations to make more efficient resource allocation decisions with the aim to optimize information transfer within the workforce.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
  • Publikation
    Should I Stay, or Should I Go?Job Satisfaction as a Moderating Factor between Outcome Expectations and Entrepreneurial Intention among Academics
    (Springer, 2021) Bläse, Richard; Schneider, Noemi; Liebig, Brigitte [in: International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal]
    Both psychological and entrepreneurship research emphasize the pivotal role of job satisfaction in the process of entrepreneurial career decisions. In fact, a co-relationship between entrepreneurial intention, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment was demonstrated recently. Prior research operationalized entrepreneurial careers as an escape from poor work environments; thus, there is a lack of understanding regarding how job-satisfaction and outcome expectations can motivate and trigger academic entrepreneurship within and related to the environment of universities (e.g., spin-off activities). In this study, drawing on Social Cognitive Career Theory delineated by Lent and colleagues and the concept of entrepreneurial intention, we addressed the role of job satisfaction as a moderating factor between outcome expectations and entrepreneurial intention. Furthermore, we examined to what extent (a) entrepreneurial intention and (b) spin-off intention are determined by certain outcome expectations and perceived behavioral control. This paper purports to study academic researchers in specialized and non-technical fields and builds on a survey of 593 academic researchers at Swiss Universities of Applied Science (UAS). Supporting our hypothesis, we showed that outcome expectations are a significant predictor for entrepreneurial intentions, in general, and spin-off intentions, in particular. Finally, a multi-group analysis corroborated that job dissatisfaction partly operates as a motivational factor in entrepreneurial transition and interactions with entrepreneurial outcome expectations. In conclusion, the concept of job satisfaction and the theoretical approach of Social Cognitive Career Theory seems to be relevant to study and to encourage academic entrepreneurship as career decisions of the academic researchers.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
  • Publikation
    Interprofessionelle Qualitätszirkel für die Palliativversorgung
    (EMH Schweizerischer Ärzteverlag, 2021) Degen, Eveline; Liebig, Brigitte [in: Primary and Hospital Care]
    Interprofessionelle Qualitätszirkel können Fachleute unterschiedlichster Disziplinen zusammenführen, um die Herausforderungen des beruflichen Alltags in der allgemeinen und spezialisierten Palliative Care gemeinsam zu bewältigen. Ein aktuelles Projekt im Rahmen des Nationalen Forschungsprogramms «Gesundheitsversorgung » (NFP 74) hat dazu in enger Kooperation mit Hausärztinnen und Hausärzten ein Konzept und eine Agenda entwickelt.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
  • Publikation
    Anrecht auf Vereinbarung? Vereinbarkeitsansprüche von Vätern in Schweizer Arbeitsorganisationen
    (Seismo, 2021) Peitz, Martina; Liebig, Brigitte [in: Zeitdiagnose Männlichkeiten Schweiz]
    Wandel und Persistenz der Geschlechterverhältnisse in Arbeitswelt, Familie und Politik bedeuten für Männer* und Männlichkeit(en) spezifische Möglichkeiten und Herausforderungen. Zur Debatte steht, was sich gegenwärtig überhaupt verändert. Welche Entwicklungen werden ausgemacht? Welche Potenziale, Widersprüche und Spannungen – für Männer* und für die Gesellschaft – tun sich auf oder entstehen dadurch? Wie haben sich Männlichkeiten historisch in der Schweiz überhaupt gestaltet und ausgebildet? Das Buch bündelt Forschungsbeiträge zu Männlichkeit(en) in der Schweiz, die zu einer kritischen Zeitdiagnose beitragen. Dabei werden Perspektiven aus verschiedenen Disziplinen – der Geschlechterforschung, Soziologie, Sozialen Arbeit, Geschichte, Literaturwissenschaft, Psychologie und Migrationsforschung – eingebracht.
    04A - Beitrag Sammelband
  • Publikation
    Unentdeckte Potentiale. Gründungsaktivitäten des wissenschaftlichen Personals an Schweizer Fachhochschulen
    (Universitätsverlag Webler, 06/2020) Morandi, Pietro; Bläse, Richard; Liebig, Brigitte [in: Hochschulmanagement]
    Der Beitrag geht der Frage nach, inwieweit an Schweizer Fachhochschulen unter Wissenschaftler*innen (Aus)Gründungserfahrungen vorliegen, warum diese Erfahrungen so wenig genutzt werden und welche organisationsbezogenen Änderungen für eine Steigerung von (Aus) Gründungsnotwendig wären.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
  • Publikation
    Palliative Care in der Schweiz. Die Perspektive der Leistungserbringenden
    (2020) Degen, Eveline; Liebig, Brigitte; Reeves, Emily; Schweighoffer, Reka [in: palliative ch]
    In den vergangenen Jahren wurde die Palliativversorgung in der Schweiz erheblich gestärkt. Eine steigende Zahl chronischer Erkrankungen und Bemühungen um ein Mehr an Kosteneffizienz im Gesundheitswesen bildeten wichtige Ausgangspunkte für die Erarbeitung einer «Nationalen Strategie» zur Förderung einer qualitativ hochstehenden palliativmedizinischen Versorgung. Wie aber haben sich die Bemühungen der letzten Jahre ausgewirkt? Eine qualitativ hochstehende Patientenversorgung baut auf zahlreichen Faktoren auf, von denen einige in diesem Bericht in den Fokus gerückt werden. Anknüpfend an ein in der Versorgungsforschung bekanntes Konzept zur Bewertung von Gesundheitsdienstleistungen wird ein aktuelles Bild zum Stand der Palliativversorgung aus Sicht der Leistungserbringenden in der Schweiz gezeichnet.
    10 - Elektronische-/ Webpublikation