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THE ST. GALLEN BLOCKCHAIN ROUNDTABLE

Redistributing The Platform Economy

Discover the implications of decentralized platforms for your industry and your business model – and learn from companies already successfully applying distributed ledger technologies (DLTs) today.

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WHO?

C-Level, SVP and VP

WHEN?

November 4, 2019 - Networking Dinner
November 5, 2019 - Main Event

WHERE?

Giesserei Oerlikon
Zurich, Switzerland

Prof. Dr. Roman Beck
Professor in Information Systems and Blockchain Economist
IT University of Copenhagen

Roman Beck is Full Professor within the BusinessIT department at IT University of Copenhagen since 2014. He is Head of the European Blockchain Center. As Blockchain economist, his research focuses on the role of changing nature of work due to Blockchain with focus on governance and value creation in decentralized systems. He is interested in institutional logics of organizations, organizational mindfulness, and awareness. He is the co-conference chair for the International Conference of Information Systems (ICIS) 2022. Roman is Head of the Danish ISO TC 307 Blockchain & Distributed Ledger Technology standardization group and Convenor of ISO TC 307 WG5 Blockchain Governance standardization and representative of Denmark at the European Blockchain Partnership Technical Steering Group.

Dr. Michael Bolle
CTO & CDO
Bosch

Michael Bolle has been a member of the board of management of Robert Bosch GmbH since July 1, 2018. As chief digital officer and chief technology officer, he is responsible for the corporate sector for research and advance engineering as well as for the internet of things and digitalization (ID) and data processing (IT). His responsibilities also include the Bosch Software Innovations GmbH subsidiary and the corporate departments for technology, intellectual property, and quality management.

Born in Bergheim, Germany, on May 6, 1961, Michael Bolle is married and has four children. After leaving school in 1981, he studied telecommunications at RWTH University of Aachen, taking his diploma examination in 1986. Under the supervision of Alfred Fettweis, professor for telecommunications in the electrical engineering faculty at the University of Bochum, he was awarded a PhD (Dr.-Ing.) in 1992.

Michael F. Spitz
CEO
Main Incubator (Commerzbank)

Author, inventor and visionary, Michael’s ideas have influenced the major trends in capital markets and most recently the use of emerging teaching technologies over the past two decades.

He co-invented the digital bookbuilding process at Dresdner Kleinwort Benson in the late 1990s and shaped the future of electronic trading as we know it.

Having worked with Sean Park, Roman Schmidt, Axel Thill and JP Rangaswani, Michael is the inventor of research & development unit for financial services and the main incubator is a testimony to this.

Michael sits on various boards and committees including the world economic forum, tech quartier and acatech, is regularly featured on national and global broadcast (CNBC, BFM, Fox News, ZDF, Bloomberg) and print media (FT, TechCrunch, Wall Street Journal, BoersenZeitung, Handelsblatt) and is a sought-after keynote speaker around the future of the digital workplace, emerging technologies, future of finance and all matters related to capital markets and equality.

Mario Brandenburg
Technology Policy Spokesman
FDP Parliamentary Group, Germany

Mario Brandenburg is technology policy spokesman for the parliamentary group of the Free Democrats in the German Bundestag. Moreover, he is chairman of the Enquete Commission "Artificial Intelligence", a member of the Committee for Education, Research and Technology Assessment as well as deputy member of the Committee "Digital Agenda". From 2009 to 2017, Mario Brandenburg worked for the software company SAP, where he was responsible for cloud integration development and consulting. He has been a member of the FDP since 2010 and was elected to the Rülzheim local government and the council in the 2014 local elections. Since 2017, Mario Brandenburg is a member of the Bundestag for the Free Democrats. He has set himself the goal of highlighting Germany globally in the field of modern technology and as an innovation hub. Mario Brandenburg holds an M.Sc. in business informatics.

Dietrich Sümmermann
Chairmann of the Board
Share&Charge Foundation

Dietrich and his team are supporting electric vehicle adoption by solving the problems of interoperability between vehicles, charge points and the electric grids. Share&Charge is a decentralized charging network for P2P transactions.

Before taking this Chairman role he worked in several senior positions for EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg, RWE Supply & Trading and innogy SE in commodity trading and innovation. Dietrich is an acknowledged expert for mobility and new technologies with a focus on distributed ledger technologies.

Prof. Dr. Monika Sturm
Principal Key Expert
Siemens

Monika Sturm managed different IT and strategy positions within Siemens Energy Management; took over the management responsibility for Energy Distribution Services and Metering Service business Europe. Currently, she is working as Senior Manager for Sustainable Cities and Principal Key Expert, especially focused on Blockchain technologies. She holds a lectureship at the Leibniz University Hannover.

Matthias Felder
Portfolio Manager Blockchain & DLT Solutions
Deutsche Bahn

Matthias Felder has been with Deutsche Bahn (DB) since 2015 and has worked in DB‘s 30-strong Blockchain Department since the end of 2016. Before that, the business information scientist worked as a project and product manager in the telecommunications and mobility industry for more than 10 years. In DB‘s blockchain team, Matthias Felder is dedicated to the development and integration of the new blockchain technology into the world of rail and public mobility. At the same time, Matthias Felder represents Deutsche Bahn in the EU Blockchain Association INATBA. Born in Berlin, Matthias Felder plays field and indoor hockey in his free time and parachutes out of airplanes to relax.

Christian Sander
Lead Blockchain & Distributed Ledger Technologies
EnBW

As Lead Blockchain & Distributed Ledger Technologies at EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, Christian Sander deals with the application of technologies in the energy industry environment. His tasks range from technology scanning and business model analysis to the implementation of various applications, such as energy sharing, proof of origin and quality. Within the scope of his activities, he is in exchange with other companies of the energy industry and other branches, universities, associations as well as start-ups in the blockchain and DLT environment. Christian Sander has over 20 years of experience in IT management.

Nik Scharmann
Project Director “Economy of Things”
Bosch

Nik Scharmann has been leading Bosch’s research activities in the field of the Economy of Things since 2017. Before that, he was a researcher in the energy technology field at Bosch Rexroth, where he began his career as a trainee in 2002.

Prof. Dr. Oliver Gassmann
Professor for Technology Management
University of St.Gallen

Prof. Dr. Oliver Gassmann is Professor of Technology and Innovation Management at the University of St.Gallen and Director of the Institute of Technology Management (ITEM-HSG) and the Global Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. He is co-founder of BGW AG, BMI Lab AG and Avatarion Technology AG. Finally, he is a member of several supervisory boards of international companies, founding director of the GLORAD research lab St. Gallen/Shanghai. Previously, he was responsible for the management of research and pre-development in the Schindler Group. He has been research fellow at Berkeley (2007), Stanford (2012) and Harvard (2016). In 2014 he has been awarded with the Scholary Impact Award of the Journal of Management, in 2015 he has got the Citation of Excellence Award by the Emerald Group.

Kilian Schmück
Research Associate & Founder of Decentrivize
University of St.Gallen

Kilian is project manager and PhD student at the Institute of Technology Management at the University of St. Gallen. He is pursuing his PhD on decentralized platforms and their economic implications. As project leader he leads a research collaboration and several consortium projects on DLT/Blockchain based business models, design and incentive mechanisms of decentralized platforms as well as platform-based business models.

Kilian holds a master's degree in mechanical engineering from RWTH Aachen University with a focus on both automotive and production engineering. His practical background resides primarily in the automotive industry and business model innovation. He is founder and Managing Director of Decentrivize as well as part of the initiating team of the St. Gallen Blockchain Roundtable.

More speakers to be announced soon!

The St. Gallen Blockchain Roundtable is a one-day event especially designed for multinational corporates who want to deeply immerse into the topic of decentralized platforms and their fundamental implications for different industries.

Organizers

Organized by the Institute of Technology Management at the University of St.Gallen (HSG) in cooperation with Decentrivize

Participants

C-Level, SVPs and VPs from various industries interested in capitalizing on new opportunities through decentralized platforms

Backgrounds

Common job titles and departments:

  • C-level, SVP and VP
  • DLT responsibility
  • Business responsibility

Keynote speeches

Keynote speeches in plenary by researchers as well as companies who are already successfully applying DLTs today

Breakout sessions

Derivation of actionable implications in cross-industry breakout sessions

Networking

Valuable cross-industry networking opportunities and community building

Keynote speeches

Keynote speeches of companies that are best-in-class offer you valuable insights into how multinational companies from different industries are already successfully applying DLTs today

Breakout sessions

Breakout sessions in small groups allow for an intensive examination of the topic and its implications for your business model and industry

Discussions

The event is rounded off by discussions among different companies that give you hands-on insights into their challenges and successes

All-encompassing networking opportunities

Numerous networking opportunities offer you the chance to establish a DLT network beyond your company’s industry

Your added value:

Insight

Impact

Network

November 4, 2019 - Networking Dinner

Seize the opportunity to already mingle with other participants before the start of the main event and hear the keynote speech of Prof. Dr. Roman Beck (ticket: CHF 175).

18:00

Door Opening & Welcome Drinks

19:00

Start Networking Dinner & Keynote Speech

Prof. Dr. Roman Beck, Professor in Information Systems and Blockchain Economist, IT University of Copenhagen

November 5, 2019 - Main Event

08:30

Coffee & Croissants

09:00

Welcome & Introduction

Prof. Dr. Oliver Gassmann, Professor for Technology Management, University of St.Gallen (HSG)

09:30

Keynote Speech & Q&A

Dr. Michael Bolle, CTO & CDO, Bosch

10:15

Keynote Speech & Q&A

Michael F. Spitz, CEO, Main Incubator (Commerzbank)

11:00

Coffee Break

11:30

Breakout Session in Groups

12:15

Flying Lunch

13:30

Keynote Speech & Q&A

Mario Brandenburg, Technology Policy Spokesman, FDP Parliamentary Group, Germany

14:00

Keynote Speech & Q&A

Dietrich Sümmermann, Chairmann of the Board, Share&Charge Foundation

14:30

Research Input

Kilian Schmück, PhD Candidate & Founder of Decentrivize, University of St.Gallen (HSG)

14:45

Coffee Break

15:15

Panel Discussion & Q&A - DLT Ecosystems in Industry

  • Prof. Dr. Monika Sturm, Principal Key Expert, Siemens
  • Matthias Felder, Portfolio Manager Blockchain & DLT Solutions, Deutsche Bahn
  • Christian Sander, Lead Blockchain & Distributed Ledger Technologies, EnBW
  • Nik Scharmann, Project Director “Economy of Things”, Bosch
  • And more to be announced soon

17:00

Wrap-Up

Prof. Dr. Oliver Gassmann, Professor for Technology Management, University of St.Gallen (HSG)

17:30

Apéro Riche

Prof. Dr. Oliver Gassmann
Professor for Technology Management
University of St.Gallen

Prof. Dr. Oliver Gassmann is Professor of Technology and Innovation Management at the University of St.Gallen and Director of the Institute of Technology Management (ITEM-HSG) and the Global Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. He is co-founder of BGW AG, BMI Lab AG and Avatarion Technology AG. Finally, he is a member of several supervisory boards of international companies, founding director of the GLORAD research lab St. Gallen/Shanghai. Previously, he was responsible for the management of research and pre-development in the Schindler Group. He has been research fellow at Berkeley (2007), Stanford (2012) and Harvard (2016). In 2014 he has been awarded with the Scholary Impact Award of the Journal of Management, in 2015 he has got the Citation of Excellence Award by the Emerald Group.

Prof. Dr. Isabell M. Welpe
Professor for Strategy and Innovation
Technical University of Munich

Prof. Dr. Isabell Welpe is a professor and head of the Strategy and Organisation research group at the TU München, Germany. In her current projects, Prof. Dr. Isabell M. Welpe focuses on the digital transformation of companies, the impact of Blockchain on the economy and organizations and the the future of leadership and work/organizational design. She has published studies on, e.g. "Disrupting Industries with Blockchain" "Digital Business Models", „Social Media as Information Markets“. She has repeatedly spoken at the Digital Life Design (DLD) conference and has been listed among the Top 40 under 40 of the „digital elite“ by the magazine Capital and one of the “leading 40 thinkers in HR”. Her current interests are in the potential of emerging technologies, such as distributed ledger & blockchain technology for novel value chains, business models and organizational forms. Isabell M. Welpe studied management at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich, Germany and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA. In addition, she completed an MSc at the London School of Economics. She has been a visiting professor at the Keck Graduate Institute, Claremont, USA, a postdoctoral fellow at the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota and a post-doc at the Max Planck Institute for Economics. She is a research fellow at the Centre for Blockchain Technologies at the University College London. Her research is covered in the media, such as the Harvard Business Manager, MIT Sloan Management Review, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Handelsblatt, ManagerMagazin, Die Welt, BR, and WirtschaftsWoche. Her work has received several national and international awards, including Best Paper Awards from the Academy of Management (AOM), the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), and the German Academic Association for Business Research (VHB). Prof. Welpe is a board member of the Center for Digital Technology & Management (CDTM), member of the „Münchner Kreis“ and several advisory boards.

Prof. Dr. Frank Thomas Piller
Professor for Innovation Management
RWTH Aachen University

Frank Piller is a professor of management and Head of Institute for Technology and Innovation Management at RWTH Aachen University, Germany, the center of "German engineering". At RWTH Aachen, he currently serves as the Dean the RWTH Business School. Before entering his recent position in Aachen, he worked at the MIT Sloan School of Management (2004-2007) and TUM School of Management, Technische Universitaet Muenchen. He held visiting professorships at HKUST, Chalmers University, and IE Business School.

Prof. Piller is regarded as one of the leading experts on strategies for customer-centric value creation, like mass customization, personalization, and innovation co-creation. His group at RWTH became one of the globally leading research centers for open and distributed innovation, supported by competitive research grants of about US$1million annually. As indicated by a h-Score of 52, >14,000 citations of his publications (Google Scholar), a Klout score of >60, and more than 250 general press articles about his studies (and listed as the only German professor on LDRLB's "Top50 Profs on Twitter" list), his work has attracted broad attention and reception in academia and the management community.

Prof. Piller’s current research focuses on the need of established corporations to deal with disruptive business model innovation and supporting organizational structures and cultures. At RWTH Aachen, he is a principle investigator of the Cluster of Excellence "Internet of Production", focusing on decision making in the age of AI/ML and industrial business ecosystems. He is the Chairman of a cross-industry group hosted by VDI (Verein Deutsche Ingenieure) to develop standards for platform-based digital business models ("Fachausschuss Geschäftsmodelle für Industrie 4.0"), a member of the Academic Advisory Board of Germany’s National “Platform Industrie 4.0” by Acatech, and a member of the Advisory Council of Germany's main AI/ML stakeholder platform, "Lernende Systeme" by BMBF & BMWi.

Frank Piller is an acclaimed speaker at management conferences and in executive education programs around the world. He has consulted and delivered executive workshops for most Dax30 and many Fortune500 companies and contributed teaching modules as a guest professor at a number of leading business schools like HKUST, IE Business School, Vlerick, St Gallen, or MIT. At RWTH, he is a recipient of the RWTH Teaching Award of 2010 and 2015. Frank also received an award for teaching innovation within the German Exzellenzinitiative for introducing the first European MOOC with ECTS points, a potentially disruptive innovation to the business model of established universities.

In addition to his academic endeavors, Frank is engaged as an investor, partner, or advisor in several companies. In the moment, his largest hobby is Doob Group, a pioneer in 3D printing & modelling, where he serves as a non-executive board member and active investor.

Prof. Dr. Elgar Fleisch
Professor for Information Management
ETH Zurich

After graduating from the Advanced Technical School for Engineering in Bregenz (Austria) in 1987, Elgar Fleisch, who was born in 1968, studied information systems at the University of Vienna (Austria). He received his doctoral degree from the University of Economics and Business Administration Vienna in 1993 for his work in artificial intelligence in production planning. Between 1994 and 2000 he worked as a postdoc in information management at the University of St. Gallen (Switzerland). From October 1996 to August 1997 he founded and led an IT consulting company in Philadelphia, USA. In 2000 Elgar Fleisch was elected Associate Professor at the University of St. Gallen, becoming a full professor in 2002. In 2004 he was elected Professor for Information Management at ETH Zurich and started a double professorship with the University of St. Gallen with equal time distribution. In 2001 Elgar Fleisch served as a lecturer at the University of Essen (Germany) and in 2009 as a visiting professor at MIT (USA).

All research projects are joint efforts of industry and academia; its results have been published in more than 250 scientific journals and books in both disciplines, management and technology. For more information on publications please visit the publications section.

Elgar Fleisch is a co-founder of several university spin-offs and serves as a member of multiple management boards as well as academic steering committees.

Prof. Dr. Christoph H. Wecht
Professor for Management
New Design University

Since September 2017 Christoph Wecht is head of the Bachelor's degree program Management by Design at the New Design University (NDU) in St. Pölten, where he was appointed Professor of Management in May 2017. He works as a consultant, coach, and lecturer and publishes scientific and application-related journal articles and book contributions. The innovation management and design thinking expert conducts research on platform-based business model innovation, open innovation and design thinking. He is co-founder and partner of the BGW Management Advisory Group and member of the Board of Directors of BMI Lab AG in St. Gallen, Switzerland. In addition to the professorship for management at the NDU, he holds a teaching position in technology management at the University of St. Gallen (HSG) and lectures at its Executive School (ES-HSG). He is also a lecturer in the Continuing Education Center of the Vienna University of Technology.
Prior to joining the NDU, he headed the Competence Center for Open Innovation at the Institute for Technology Management (ITEM-HSG) at the Chair of Innovation Management (Prof. Dr. Oliver Gassmann) at the University of St. Gallen.

Asst. Prof. Dr. Felix Wortmann
Assistant Professor
University of St. Gallen

Felix Wortmann is Assistant Professor of Technology Management at the University of St. Gallen. Furthermore, he is the Scientific Director of the Bosch IoT Lab, a research collaboration between Bosch, the University of St. Gallen and ETH Zurich. His research interests include the Internet of Things, blockchain, big data, and data-driven business model innovations in mobility, industry, energy, and health. Felix gained several years of industry experience in a German-based multinational software corporation. He received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Information Systems from the University of Muenster, Germany, and a PhD in Management from the University of St. Gallen.

Prof. Dr. Monika Sturm
Principal Key Expert
Siemens

Monika Sturm managed different IT and strategy positions within Siemens Energy Management; took over the management responsibility for Energy Distribution Services and Metering Service business Europe. Currently, she is working as Senior Manager for Sustainable Cities and Principal Key Expert, especially focused on Blockchain technologies. She holds a lectureship at the Leibniz University Hannover.

Dr. Hans D. Kespohl
Vice President,
Business Model Innovation

Covestro

Hans Kespohl is heading Business Model Innovation for Covestro (a leading global manufacturer of high-tech polymer materials) since 2016. In this position, he and his global team are responsible for developing innovative business models from problem and solution finding to scaling new ventures. His focus is on complementing the existing materials business with the opportunities offered by digital transformation.
Before joining Bayer MaterialScience in 2014 (today Covestro) he was partner of the innovation management consultancy UNITY AG. In his 12 years with UNITY he was responsible for the Competence Center of Strategic Management as well as head of UNITY’s Cologne office. Hans has more than 20 years in depth experience in foresight, strategy, innovation, digital transformation and business development. His clients were international well-known and leading companies from various industries. He also gained valuable experience working in startups in the early days of e-business.
Hans studied industrial engineering, receiving a Diploma from the University of Paderborn, and a PhD in mechanical engineering at the Heinz Nixdorf Institute where he was three years team leader for computer-aided product innovation.

Dr. Thorsten Müller
Group Senior Vice President
Innovation and Innoventures

OSRAM

As Senior Vice President Innovation and Innoventures, Thorsten Müller is driving the digital transformation agenda of the OSRAM Group globally. He has a special focus on developing and implementing platform-based business models. Core is the open IoT-platform LIGHTELLIGENCE, that Thorsten and his team has introduced to the market in 2018. Before joining OSRAM in 2016, Thorsten worked for 12 years for the BOSCH group in several leadership roles, lastly as CEO of Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions GmbH. Thorsten received a PhD in semiconductor physics in 2008.

Christian Sander
Lead Blockchain & Distributed Ledger Technologies
EnBW

As Lead Blockchain & Distributed Ledger Technologies at EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, Christian Sander deals with the application of technologies in the energy industry environment. His tasks range from technology scanning and business model analysis to the implementation of various applications, such as energy sharing, proof of origin and quality. Within the scope of his activities, he is in exchange with other companies of the energy industry and other branches, universities, associations as well as start-ups in the blockchain and DLT environment. Christian Sander has over 20 years of experience in IT management.

Nik Scharmann
Project Director “Economy of Things”
Bosch

Nik Scharmann has been leading Bosch’s research activities in the field of the Economy of Things since 2017. Before that, he was a researcher in the energy technology field at Bosch Rexroth, where he began his career as a trainee in 2002.

Michael F. Spitz
CEO
Main Incubator (Commerzbank)

Author, inventor and visionary, Michael’s ideas have influenced the major trends in capital markets and most recently the use of emerging teaching technologies over the past two decades.

He co-invented the digital bookbuilding process at Dresdner Kleinwort Benson in the late 1990s and shaped the future of electronic trading as we know it.

Having worked with Sean Park, Roman Schmidt, Axel Thill and JP Rangaswani, Michael is the inventor of research & development unit for financial services and the main incubator is a testimony to this.

Michael sits on various boards and committees including the world economic forum, tech quartier and acatech, is regularly featured on national and global broadcast (CNBC, BFM, Fox News, ZDF, Bloomberg) and print media (FT, TechCrunch, Wall Street Journal, BoersenZeitung, Handelsblatt) and is a sought-after keynote speaker around the future of the digital workplace, emerging technologies, future of finance and all matters related to capital markets and equality.

Benjamin Sinram
Head of Digitalization & Technology
Volkswagen Group

Benjamin Sinram is the Head of the team “Digitalization & Technology” responsible for technology scouting as well as Enterprise Search & Distributed Ledger Technologies in the Group IT Labs of Volkswagen AG. The evaluation of different technologies for use cases belongs to his tasks just like the development of new business models with internal and external partners.

Since 2000, Benjamin is part of the Volkswagen AG. Before having changed into the current position in August 2017 he was in charge of several procurement and logistics functions within the Volkswagen Group. Among other, he was responsible for the implementation and development of globally standardized purchasing processes and systems and previously headed the process center of procurement in Bratislava.

Benjamin Sinram has a diploma in engineering (FH) and economics and due to his background high enthusiasm for intercultural collaboration.

Simon Seiter
Senior Consultant
Commerz Business Consulting

Simon Seiter works as a senior consultant at the inhouse consultancy of Commerzbank (Commerz Business Consulting GmbH) with a focus on digital transformation. In particular, he has now been working since two years on applications of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) for Commerzbank with a focus on capital markets and cash/payments. He led the first debt capital market transactions on DLT with KfW and MEAG as well as the world's first security only based on DLT including payment on ledger together with Continental and Siemens.

Simon Seiter studied Information Systems (B. Sc.) and Management (M. Sc.) at the University of Mannheim. Due to his experience in DLT, he is a regular speaker at conferences, universities and in various lectures. Mr. Seiter is also involved in political working groups on framing conditions for use of DLT.

Mathew J. Chittazhathu
Manager Innovation
Helvetia

Mathew Jobin Chittazhathu works as an Innovation Manager at Helvetia Insurance Group. In this role, he leads Helvetia’s Blockchain program and also represents Helvetia in various external Blockchain projects and working groups. He is also heading Helvetia’s first blockchain startup.

Mathew completed his Masters with a Major in Innovation at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland.

Yannik Zuehlke
New Business Models & Blockchain Technology Research
Volkswagen Group

Yannik Zuehlke is part of the Group IT Labs and currently supports to drive the digital transformation with all brands of the Volkswagen AG. He is responsible for technology research and new business models based on distributed ledger technology in the Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) context.

He is an experienced AI and distributed systems engineer with a master's degree (M. Sc) in Service Management & Engineering from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).

The Institute of Technology Management and Decentrivize conduct in-depth research in the area of decentralized platforms, governance systems and business models.

If you have any questions or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Prof. Dr. Oliver Gassmann Professor for Technology Management Institute of Technology Management,
University of St.Gallen
Email:
oliver.gassmann@unisg.ch

Kilian SchmückResearch Associate &
Founder Decentrivize
Institute of Technology Management,
University of St.Gallen
& Decentrivize
Email:
kilian.schmueck@unisg.ch

Phone:
+41 76 212 3800

Dr. Christoph MeisterManaging DirectorBGW AGEmail:
christoph.meister@bgw-sg.com

Prof. Dr. Christoph H. WechtProfessor for Management by Design New Design UniversityEmail:
christoph.wecht@ndu.ac.at

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