As a civil engineer with an international MBA in the field of corporate management, I initially accompanied several stations in a consulting company in the field of energy production with international projects in plant construction and infrastructure planning. After many instructive, sometimes hard but also successful years, I switched to an international industrial group, in the field of large-scale plant construction for power generation
My varied interest in working in various areas of the Group allows me as a Project Manager, Quality Management Officer and currently as a Globally Responsible Product Manager to bring me again and again into new situations, people and crises and to get the opportunity to tackle them in a team.
For several years I have been teaching at the University of Stuttgart in the area of Infrastructure Management, where I am constantly challenged to inspire students with current topics, combined with basic information.
I am husband and father. A Family member is also our Boarder Colli Mix “BUDDY”. With him I volunteer as a dog leader within the rescue dog squad for regional and international assignments and committed myself in parallel for several years on the board.
My goal is to increase your awareness of crises, to give impulses to see new perspectives and to show practical ways how to handle them.
Crisis is not synonymous with disaster unless you allow it.
In my presentation, you will experience how economic action and social commitment fit together and how the component “dog” makes the topic more vivid and more tangible.
A crisis behaves like a bottle of ketchup. You know for sure that the ketchup comes in a certain point of time, but not when, and in what intensity.