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Join me on December 13, 2021 for my guest lecture on "Innovation Management – Metrics and Success Factors" at the German International University in Berlin (GIU) in Berlin for senior-year students of Dr. Rasha Saad Hassan specializing in Innovation from Berlin/Germany and Cairo/Egypt.This lecture addresses key aspects of innovation management, intrapreneurship, as well as product … Continue reading Guest Lecture at GUI on 13-Dec-2021
Bridging the Atlantic, this *FREE and VIRTUAL* conference connects Germany's startups preparing to enter the U.S. market with entrepreneurial and innovation hubs in Silicon Valley and throughout the United States. Join me on October 26, 2021 - I look forward to your questions during the panel discussion of the Silicon Valley section!
The HBR teaching case study ‘Boehringer Ingelheim: Leading Innovation’ features Stephan Klaschka's corporate career as an innovator at Boehringer Ingelheim and is taught by business schools and universities around the globe (America, Europe, MENA, Asia-Pacific).
If you ever wondered 'How Did I Get Here?' (link) - This is a recent interview Stephan Klaschka gave that may be helpful if you are starting your career. Listen to this short podcast interview series by Jason Fish on anchor.fm - listeners can also find it on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and many other listening platforms. … Continue reading ‘How Did I Get Here?’ (podcast interview)
Stephan Klaschka discusses the digital transformation of pharmaceutical field sales and how it impacts the entire organization and staff. (in German)
In a recent interview with the Finnish industry outlet Media Planet 'Businessopas,' Melanie Klaschka, Executive Consultant with Klaschka&Co, explains the corporate housing market for a Scandinavian audience
Deceivingly, we feel part of a virtual community across the globe but lose contact with the person right next to us, be it a family member, a friend or a stranger. Did the devices bridge the gap between humans or create a new gap? It is the latter.