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Anett Hermann

Assistant Professor


Phone: +43 1 31336-5162
Fax: +43 1 31336-905162

Office hours: by appointment

Short CV
Study of economics at the HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management, the Technical University of Dresden (TU) and the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration (WU). 1998-2005 EU Research Fellow (TMR/Marie Curie Grant), university assistant and research associate at the Interdisciplinary Department of Behavioral Management and the Institute "Gender and Diversity in Organizations". 2003 PhD on “Career patterns in management: Pierre Bourdieu's social theory as a starting point for a gender-specific consideration”. From 2005 to 2018 lecture at the Institute as well as in the fields of social competence (business education) and intercultural training. Anett is a certified systemic coach and founded her own organizational consultancy in 2012. Since 2019, she has been working as an assistant professor/university assistant post doc.


Research and Teaching Interests
Anett’s research and teaching is about gender- and diversity in organizations, especially on diversity in teams, furthermore on career management in the academic field. She teaches undergraduates and graduates. Currently, Anett is engaged in a project on mobile working.

Teaching activityProjects

Selected Publications
Hermann, Anett. 2021. Diversity Management Studies. In: Biele Mefebue, Astrid, Bührmann, Andrea D. & Sabine Grenz (Hrsg.). Handbuch Intersektionalitätsforschung. Springer, 1-14.

Hermann, Anett & Erten, Christiane. 2021. Faith is not negotiable: The importance of religious diversity in organisations. In: Pio, Edwina, Kilpatrick, Robert & Timothy Pratt (Ed.). Reimagining Faith and Management: The Impact of Faith in the Workplace. Routledge, 144-156.

Hermann, Anett. 2019. Reflexives Lernen über erlebte Minderheitenerfahrungen in Gruppen. In: Schomaker, Claudia & Maren Oldenburg (Hrsg.). Forschen, Reflektieren, Bilden: Forschendes Lernen in der diversitätssensiblen Hochschulbildung. Schneider Verlag, 36-46.