Institut für Nachhaltigkeitsmanagement
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Guest Lectures

The In­sti­tute for Man­aging Sus­tain­ab­il­ity co­oper­ates in its courses with in­ter­na­tion­ally renowned scient­ists and ex­ec­ut­ives from the field.

As part of the courses in the bach­elor's pro­gram, a guest lec­ture takes place every semester on a se­lec­ted sus­tain­ab­il­ity topic from the com­pany's prac­tice. Fur­ther­more, in the course "Pub­lish­ing in Dif­fer­ent Aca­demic Com­munit­ies" in the doc­toral and PhD stud­ies, in­tens­ive work­shops will be held to teach key-skills from the scien­ti­fic writ­ing of vis­it­ing schol­ars.

Timo Busch

Uni­versität Ham­burg, Ger­many
Pro­fessor for Man­age­ment and Sus­tain­ab­il­ity

Jonathan Doh

Vil­lan­ova Uni­versity, USA
Pro­fessor for Man­age­ment

Car­o­lyn Egri

Si­mon Fraser Uni­versity, Kanada
Pro­fessor for Man­age­ment and Or­gan­iz­a­tion Stud­ies

Mar­ie-Theres Euler­-Rolle

am­wort
Ex­ec­ut­ive-Trainer for Me­dia


Hen­ri­ette Gupfinger

denk­statt - sus­tain­able think­ing
Sus­tain­ab­il­ity Con­sult­ant


Irene Jakobi

A1 Telekom Aus­tria Group
Head of Cor­por­ate So­cial Re­spons­ib­il­ity

Rodrigo Loz­ano

Uni­versity of Gävle, Sweden
Pro­fessor for Or­gan­isa­tional Sus­tain­ab­il­ity

Nir Men­a­chemi

In­di­ana Uni­versity, USA
Pro­fessor for Health Policy and Man­age­ment

Mat­thias Ret­ter

blue­va­con - Blue Value Con­sult­ing
Wa­ter Man­age­ment Ad­visor

Nigel Roome

Vl­er­ick Busi­ness School, Bel­gium
Pro­fessor for Cor­por­ate So­cial Re­spons­ib­il­ity

Florian Sch­euba

Actor and Sa­tir­ical Cab­aret Artist

Her­bert Schlossnikl

Vöslauer Min­er­al­wasser AG
Chief Tech­nical Of­ficer

Stefan Seur­ing

Uni­versity of Kas­sel, Ger­many
Pro­fessor for Sup­ply Chain Man­age­ment

Mi­chael Sgi­arov­ello

Hen­kel CEE GmbH
Head of Cor­por­ate Com­mu­nic­a­tion

Daniel Truran

IE Busi­ness School, Spain
Vis­it­ing Pro­fessor for So­cial In­nov­a­tion and So­cial En­tre­pren­eur­ship

Ver­ena Wini­warter

Al­pen-Ad­ri­a-Uni­versität Kla­gen­furt, Aus­tria
Pro­fessor for En­vir­on­menal His­tory