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I have been teaching at undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral level at several business schools throughout Germany and internationally:

  • BSP Business & Law School (BSP)
  • German Graduate School of Management and Law (GGS)
  • McGill University (McGill)
  • Munich Business School (MBS)
  • Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg (OvGU)
  • Sheffield Hallam University (SHU)

Here is a selection of courses I have been teaching:

  • Critical Thinking in Business Administration (DBA)
  • Contemporary Issues in Business Administration (DBA)
  • Business Research Methods (BA, DBA)
  • Digital Business & Innovation (BA)
  • Digital Transformation (MSc, MBA)
  • Digital Sports Management (MA)
  • Human Resource Management in a Digital Age (MBA)
  • Idea Development & Start-ups (Business Planning) (BA)
  • Innovative Leadership (MA)
  • Online Communities & Open Innovation (BA)
  • Online Marketing (MA)
  • Product Lifecycle Management (BA)
  • Social Media Marketing (MA)

As a result of my long-term interest in social media and online communities, I have had the chance to develop curricula for degree programs in social media on both an undergraduate (BA) and graduate level (MA) for the International University (IU). Here is the module overview for the BA in Social Media.

In terms of teaching philosophy, I tend to be perceived as an energetic and passionate lecturer with lots of class interaction/discussion, based on real-life applications, cases, and projects. I have recently written up (with colleagues) the didactical concept of the course HRM in the Digital Age. It nicely summarizes my approach to teaching and learning.