Der Veranstalter behält sich Änderungen an der Dozenten-Liste – auch kurzfristig – vor.
Dr. Peter Kreutter
Dr. Peter Kreutter is Director of the Foundation of the WHU School of Management in Vallendar and Managing Director of the „WHU Center for Non-Profit Management and Digital Social Impact“ at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management in Düsseldorf. He is also an honorary member of the board of trustees of various non-profit foundations. Dr. Kreutter is a lecturer at the DSA-Deutsche StiftungsAkademie.
Prof. Dr. Christina Günther
Dozentin „Strategic Development“
Christina Günther is Professor of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management. She studied international economics at the Universiteit Maastricht (Netherlands) before she joined the Max Planck Institute of Economics in Jena as a research fellow. In her PhD thesis on „Structural dynamics in the German machine tool industry: An empirical investigation of technological, regional and firm-specific developments,” she explored innovative capacities and competitiveness within the showcase industry of the German Mittelstand. She completed her doctorate at the University of Jena in 2009. In her current research projects, she investigates the challenges in the growth processes of small and medium-sized enterprises as well as the relationship between ownership structure, location, innovation activity and competitiveness.
Prof. Dr. Martin Högl
Dozent „Personal Leadership“
WHU / LMU
Martin Högl holds an MBA from the Washington State University, a Ph.D. from the University of Karlsruhe, Germany and a “Habilitation” from the Technical University of Berlin, Germany. Martin is Head of the Institute for Leadership and Organization at Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich. Before joining LMU Munich, Martin served on the faculties of Washington State University (USA), Bocconi University (Milan, Italy) and WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management (Vallendar, Germany). Moreover, he held visiting professorships at the Kellogg School of Management (Northwestern Univ., USA) and at the National Sun Yat-Sen University (Taiwan), and has given guest lectures at various international universities.
Prof. Dr. Dries Faems
Dozent „Strategic innovation / serious lego play“
Prof. Dr. Dries Faems holds the Chair of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technological Transformation at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management. He also is a Visiting Professor at the LUISS Business School in Rome. His current research focuses on collaboration for innovation. In particular, he studies how alliance activities influence firms´ innovation and financial performance and how firms can effectively manage different types of open innovation strategies. His research has been published in top journals such as Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal and Journal of Management and has received several awards at international conferences.
Prof. Miriam Müthel
Dozentin „Dealing with failure“
Miriam Müthel (BSc in Business Informatics, MSc in Business Administration, PhD in Management) holds the Chair for Organizational Behavior at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management. Furthermore, she has been a Visiting Scholar at the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies at the Harvard University in 2016/2017. From 2014 – 2016, she has also been a Network Fellow at the Safra Center for Ethics at the Harvard University. Professor Muethel’s research interests lie at the intersection of business ethics, leadership and international management. She has written about corporate failure and trust restoration, revealing the different tactics that firms apply in reaction to corporate failure.
Dozent „A lesson from Shakespeare in inspirational leadership“
James Healy joined Oliver Mythodrama as an experienced program leader delivering courses to a wide variety of global businesses as well as the not-for profit and public sectors. His specific areas of expertise are communication and presence. Trained at The Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London, James began his career as a Communications Skills coach and Facilitator, with 15 years’ experience working in the Corporate and Public Sector. Covering Mind, Body and Voice, his passion is for translating the skills learned as a professional Actor into an empowering set of communication techniques that can be employed by individuals, teams and organizations in a corporate context.
Ulrich Bäumer, LL.M.
Dozent „Legal pitfalls in International IT-Contracts“
Ulrich advises clients on drafting and negotiating of complex international IT project contracts (especially outsourcing) and assists technology clients on M&A transactions. He also advises on all other aspects of technology and licensing law, and has many years of experience in drafting and negotiating all types of IT contracts, including contracts for licensing, software development, maintenance, distribution, and projects, as well as IT-related general terms and conditions of business.
Ulrich is also a co-head of Osborne Clarke’s India group. His clients include international technology companies and diverse industrial companies (with a focus on mechanical engineering). He also provides legal guidance to many German companies in relation to their involvement in India and is a legal representative of the German Mechanical and Plant Engineering Federation (VDMA). According to “Wirtschaftswoche” (3/2012)
Ulrich is one of the best lawyers for IT law in Germany. Chambers & Partners calls him one of the leading corporate M&A lawyers related to India.