Within the scope of a project study at the Chair of Corporate Management, students of the TUM School of Management carried out a project study on the topic "Conception of a holistic, local fuel production" in cooperation with Markus Ostermeier from the Büro für Autonomie und Zusammenarbeit during the last six months. The administrative district of Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm served as a practical use...
Due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic the teaching at the Chair of Corporate Management takes place in digital form. For more information on the individual courses, please have a look at TUMonline.
With a very warm welcome, Prof. Dr. Alwine Mohnen opened the workshop on digitalization in economics and management at the new TUM location in Heilbronn.
In the first part of his presentation, Prof. Dr. Anders Frederiksen initially reported on the different "developmental stages" of data analysis from a historical perspective.
Subsequently, he showed, on the basis of a concrete case study,...
Call for Papers Workshop on Digitalization in Economics and Management
January 27-28, 2020, Heilbronn
We are pleased to announce that the Workshop on Digitalization in Economics and Management is now open for papers!
For further information, please have a look here.
Jan-Niklas Bartel published his paper "How boundaryless are partner careers in consulting firms?—a two-country optimal matching analysis" in The International Journal of Human Resource Management. The article can be found here: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09585192.2019.1681493
Congratulations to Hanna Sittenthaler!
With her doctoral thesis “The Impact of Monetary and Non-Monetary Incentives: An Experimental Analysis” Hanna Sittenthaler makes a valuable contribution to the field of behavioral and experimental economics and helps us to better understand, how monetary and non-monetary incentives affect human behavior.
We congratulate Laura Lang for successfully finishing her doctoral thesis on the topic “Innovative Mobility Concepts for the Future of Transport: Organizational Strategy and Consumer Behavior".
The thesis brings new insights into the field of future mobility concepts and helps to gain a better understanding of the challenges along the way towards the future of mobility.