The members of our advisory board support artop in an advisory way, provide important impulses and help with recommendations to further develop our concerns. The members of the Advisory Board are:
Prof. Dr. Karin Lackner (Universität Kassel)
Prof. Dr. Lackner is teaching consultant and teaching trainer (ÖGGO), member of the DGSv and registered health psychologist. She is a Dean of Studies at the Chair of Supervision, Coaching and Organizational Consulting at the University of Kassel. In addition, she leads the Institute for Organizational Dynamics and has many years of advisory and training activities at home and abroad (administrative organizations, health and social services, banks, industry, production companies).
Thomas Heße (BearingPoint Inc.)
Thomas Heße is co-founder of artop and until 2006 was responsible for consulting projects on personnel and organizational development as well as practical consulting. He currently has consulting and management tasks in strategy, process and transformation consulting at BearingPoint, formerly KPMG-Consulting. His key areas include strategic consulting in the implementation of e-government for the reduction of bureaucracy and the strategic orientation of large data centers in the federal and state administration as well as the economy.
Prof. Dr. Kathrin Möslein (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)
Prof. Dr. Möslein has been the professor of business economics at the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg since 2007, particularly industrial information systems with a focus on innovation and value added, as well as a research department at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. Her research focuses on strategic innovation, cooperation and leadership. It also deals with IT support for companies.
Prof. Dr. Heide-Rose Vatterrott (Hochschule Bremen)
Prof. Dr. Vatterrott is Professor of Applied Computer Science at the Bremen University of Applied Sciences and since 2005 Head of the International Women's Studies in Computer Science. After completing her doctorate, she was initially a research associate at institutes of the University of Rostock and at the Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics, software developer in shipbuilding, as well as in corporate consultancy.