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Katja Babič, PhD

Teaching Assistant 

  • Academic Unit for Management and Organisation (Regular Member)
  • Office Hours
  • Thursday at 10:00 in R-312
Curriculum Vitae
Katja Babič is Ph.D. All three levels of her studies she done at the Faculty of Economics and with at the year 2018 she finished her doctoral study. During postgraduate studies, she dealt with the study of the concept of motivation and authentic leadership in an organization where her master's thesis and for the great study success received Prešeren Award (2015). During her studies, she also received annuals award of Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana. At the time of writing master's thesis, she worked in Deloitte Slovenia. Katja Babič began her doctoral studies in 2014. Throughout her studies, she researching the field of management. Her research interest was to study the concept of prosocial motivation and knowledge hiding and the relationship between them. Through her doctoral studies, she worked as an assistant in both undergraduate and postgraduate studies, such as Human resources management and Organizational Behavior for bachelor students and Organization and Management, and Strategic Management 2 for Master students. During her Ph.D. studies, she performed all the obligations such as participation in the Department of Management, examination of the exams, as well Katja participated every year in doctoral summer schools. In her doctoral study, Katja Babič visited various international important conferences. She attended the Academy of Management 2015 conference in Vancouver, Canada, The European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP) 2015 conference in Oslo, Norway, ICOM 2015 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. In 2017, her research work was again accepted at the International Conference of the Academy of Management, Atlanta and also at the EAWOP conference in Dublin, Ireland. In 2017, Katja Babič was again accepted to the conference in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, where she represented her two research. Each year of her doctoral study, Katja also went working in Oslo, Norway. Each year Katja wanted to improve her knowledge of research methods, so she attends doctor's summer schools in the summertime. She thus visited the summer school in Tel Aviv, Israel and doctoral summer schools at FELU. During her doctoral study, she expanded her research in addition to the Slovene culture to China culture, in order to better understand the reasons why knowledge hiding happened and how to prevent it. She was wandering how socio-cultural aspects affect the studied phenomenon. Upon completion of the doctoral study, she collected 103 ETCS points. Katja her research work continue and staying at the Faculty of Economics.
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