For our employees

General INFORMATION

In light of the recent developments regarding the spread of the Coronavirus and the authorities’ current recommendations, we created this section for you as an employee of TUM School of Management. Hereafter, we will provide all the relevant, up-to-date information about the measures taken by the Technical University of Munich in order to minimize cases and reduce the risk of spreading the virus. Below, you will find a range of internal measures and information compiled by the university’s crisis committee.

Keep yourself informed about all new developments via this page, and the University’s website. Please ensure to check your TUM e-mail address regularly.

We are now resuming on-campus operations for our employees after June 2, 2020. The current safety regulations continue to apply.

Find all circulars from the TUM Board of Management, as well as state ministry regulations (e.g. on labor law) on the MyTUM-Portal.

TUM Knowledge Base Leadership & Teamwork

The need for evidence-based information has never been more important than now. We recognize our role in this and present our collection of useful and research-based resources: TUM Knowledge Base Leadership & Teamwork

Here, you will find links to key resources, free content and webinars to navigate the current situation. Find out how to lead virtual teams, how to thrive at working from home, and how to reboot your mental resources!

Mystery coffee

Due to the current situation, many of our employees have to work from the home office. In this situation Martin Scheuplein offers together with his company Mystery Coffee for free! You meet new colleagues in your own virtual coffee kitchen, expand your network in a playful way and get an entertaining change in the everyday life of your home office.

Simply register and the Mystery Minds Team will randomly select colleagues from the TUM School of Management for you on a regular basis. This way, you can continue to expand your network within the company at home and look beyond your own “cup of tea”. So that personal exchange can continue virtually.