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Barbara Mehner, M.Sc.

Barbara Mehner is a Rese­arch and Teaching Assis­tant at the Insti­tute for Entre­pre­neurship and Inno­va­tion at the Vienna Univer­sity of Econo­mics and Busi­ness. Before joining the E&I team in 2016, Barbara studied Economic, Orga­ni­sa­tional and Social Psycho­logy with Busi­ness Admi­nis­tra­tion as a minor subject at Ludwi­g-­Ma­xi­mi­li­an­s-­Uni­ver­sity Munich.

During and after her studies, she gained prac­tical expe­ri­ence in the areas of human computer inter­ac­tion, human resource deve­lop­ment, employer bran­ding and consul­ting.

Curri­culum Vitae

Profes­sional Expe­ri­ence 

2016 - today

Rese­arch and Teaching Assis­tant at the Insti­tute for Entre­pre­neurship and Inno­va­tion, Vienna Univer­sity of Econo­mics and Busi­ness

2015 - 2016

Free­lancer at UVM Insti­tute for Change Manage­ment, Munich, Germany
Change Manage­ment & Trai­ning

2014 - 2015

Working Student at aconso, Munich, Germany
Project Manage­ment, Know­ledge Manage­ment & Consul­ting

2013 - 2014

Intern at Allianz, Munich, Germany
HR Deve­lop­ment & Employer Bran­ding

2012 - 2013

Working Student at Siemens AG, Munich, Germany
Usabi­lity of Process Visua­liza­t­ions & Process Auto­ma­tion

2012 Intern at Hansea­ti­sches Perso­nal­kontor, Berlin, Germany
HR Consul­ting

Univer­sity Educa­tion

2016 - today

Doctoral Studies (Dr.rer.soc.oec.), Vienna Univer­sity of Econo­mics and Busi­ness, Insti­tute for Entre­pre­neurship and Inno­va­tion

2013 - 2016

M.Sc. Psycho­logy: Economic, Orga­ni­sa­tional and Social psycho­logy, Ludwi­g-­Ma­xi­mi­li­an­s-­Uni­ver­sity, Munich, Germany Busi­ness Admi­nis­tra­tion as minor subject
Master Thesis: “User expe­ri­ence of self-­op­ti­miza­tion tech­no­lo­gies – Bitter and sweet factors on the way to change”

2015

Exch­ange Semester, Macquarie Univer­sity (MQU), Sydney, Australia

2010 - 2013

B.Sc. Psycho­logy, Ludwi­g-­Ma­xi­mi­li­an­s-­Uni­ver­sity, Munich, Germany
Bachelor Thesis: “When do men and women initiate a nego­tia­tion? Effects of objec­tive and subjec­tive discre­pancy”

Honors

  • PROSA Scho­lar­ship (2015)

  • e-fel­lows.net Scho­lar­ship (2010-2016)

Affi­lia­tions

Publi­ca­tions & Teaching