Sign up: Managing the Arts


Prof. Dr. Ron Meyer
Center for Strategy & Leadership, Rotterdam
Exploration & Creativity

Co-author of the globally best-selling textbook on strategy, and owner/manager of his own company.


Rolf Pfeiffer
Leadership Choices, Frankfurt, DE
Collaboration & Leadership

Serial entrepreneur and European-wide practice leader in executive and leadership development.


Prof. Dr. Peer Ederer
Leuphana University, Lüneburg, DE
Problem Identification

Best-selling author, investor, and thought leader on skills and value creation.


Dr. Samuel Greiff
University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg, LU
Complex Problem Solving and Reasoning

World-pioneering psychology researcher on complex problem solving, co-author of PISA assessments.


Philipp Schmidt
MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, USA
Lifelong Learning

Co-founder Peer 2 Peer University (P2PU) and open education activist. Founding board member for the OpenCourseWare Consortium.


Prof. Dr. Bernd Eggers
Eggers & Partner, Hannover, DE
Change Management

Founder and manager of his own company on HR leadership practice.


Prof. Dr. Thomas Lans
Wageningen University, Wageningen, NL
Opportunity Identification Competence

Renowned researcher on entrepreneurship and learning, and an entrepreneur himself.


Prof. Dr. Marco Iansiti
Harvard Business School, Boston, USA
Digital Technologies Revolution

Head of the Digital Initiativve and Technology Management unit at Harvard Business School and an entrepreneur.


Silvia Castellazzi
Zeppelin University, Milano, IT
Dilemma Structures

Research affiliate and PhD candidate at Zeppelin University, research project on CSR and access to training.


Dr. Simon Wiederhold
ifo-Institut, Munich, DE
Returns to Skills

Economist with a focus on economics of innovation, labor markets, public procurement, and experimental economics.


Dr. Ljubica Nedelkoska
Zeppelin University, Friedrichshafen, DE
Returns to Skills


Dr. Prof. Ricardo Hausmann
Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, USA
Complexity Value

Director of Harvard's Center for International Development and professor for the Practice of Development at the Kennedy School of Government


Dr. Ulrich Eisert
SAP, St Gallen, Switzerland
Disruptive and Incremental Innovation

Research Leader for Innovation Management at the SAP Innovation Center