Fakultät & Forschung

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Forschung und Lehre im Bereich
Management und Technologie

An der TUM School of Management verfolgen wir bei der Forschung und Lehre einen interdisziplinären Ansatz, der Management und Technologie vereint. Diese einzigartige Kombination zieht talentierte Studierende sowie Wissenschaftler und Wissenschaftlerinnen aus der ganzen Welt an, die zu unserer internationalen Präsenz und globalen Ausrichtung beitragen.

Dank unserer intensiven Forschungsaktivitäten und dem Praxisbezug haben wir uns zu einem Kompetenzzentrum entwickelt und zählen zu den führenden Business Schools in Deutschland. Das Ziel unserer Fakultät besteht darin, die Lücke zwischen Management und Technologie sowie Natur- und Biowissenschaften zu schließen. Außerdem streben wir danach, an wichtigen internationalen Forschungsaktivitäten mitzuwirken und gleichzeitig praxistaugliche Lösungen zu entwickeln. Darüber hinaus beherbergt die TUM School of Management Forschungszentren und Institute, die das Wissen aus unterschiedlichen Fachbereichen sowohl an der Fakultät als auch im Rahmen von engen und erfolgreichen Kooperationen mit externen Partnern bündeln.

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Honorarprofessoren
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Professoren
24
Postdocs
205
Doktorranden

Seit der Gründung der TUM School of Management sind unsere Forschungsaktivitäten immer wieder in namhaften Rankings vertreten und spiegeln unsere führende Position wider.

Bei dem von Handelsblatt im Jahr 2014 durchgeführten Forschungsranking nahm die TUM School of Management sogar die Spitzenposition unter allen deutschen Hochschulen ein. Handelsblatt ist die größte Finanzzeitung Deutschlands und führt regelmäßig Studien zur Forschungsqualität im Bereich Betriebswirtschaft an deutschen Hochschulen durch, bei denen internationale Standards eingesetzt werden.

Im gleichen Jahr belegte auch unser Bachelorstudiengang Management and Technology im Rahmen des CHE Rankings die Spitzengruppe im Bereich Forschung. Damit liegt der Studiengang vor allen anderen Universitäten, darunter auch jene in der Schweiz und Österreich. Das Ranking wird vom deutschen Centrum für Hochschulentwicklung (CHE) an über 300 Hochschulen durchgeführt, die Bachelorstudiengänge in Business Administration anbieten.

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Lehrbeauftragte

Prof. Ph.D. Mitchell M. Tseng


Prof. Ph.D. Elke Weber


Prof. Dr. Prof. h.c. Dr. h.c. Ralf Reichwald


Prof. Dr. Florian Bieberbach
CEO Stadtwerke München GmbH


Prof. Dr. Manfred Bruhn
Ordinarius for Business and Economics,in particular for Marketing and Corporate Management, at the University of Basel


Prof. Dr. Franz Doetsch
Presiding Judge at the Supreme Tax Court Munich


Prof. Dr. Christoph von Einem
Partner in the international Attorneys’ Society
White & Case LLP


Prof. Dr. h.c. Rudolf Faltermeier
Former Vice President, Sparkassenverband Bayern


Prof. Dr. Bernd Grottel
Mitglied des Vorstands der KPMG Bayerische Treuhandgesellschaft AG, München; Member of KPMG Europe LLP


Prof. Dr. Stefan Huckemann
Partner
Deloitte Consulting GmbH


Prof. Dr. jur. Ruediger Kessler
Former Chairman of Hydrotec Technologies AG


Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Edward G. Krubasik
Former Member of the Central Board of Directors Siemens AG


Prof. Dr. Ing. Uwe Loos
Former Chairman of the Board of Directors Dekra AG


Prof. Dr. Gerhard Plasonig
Founder and CEO of GP International S.A.
Member of the Supervisory Board of WoodWelding AG


Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Reitzle
former Chairman of the Board of Directors Linde AG and
Chairman of the Supervisory Board Continental AG


Prof. Randolf Rodenstock
President of the Bavarian business association vbw


Prof. Dr.-Ing. Axel Stepken
Chairman of the Board of Management of TÜV Süd AG


Prof. Dr. Michael Süß
Chief Chairman of the Board of Management of Georgsmarienhütte-Gruppe


Prof. e.h. Dr. h.c. Horst Teltschik
Former Board Member BMW AG


Prof. Dr. Dieter H. Vogel
CEO Lindsay Goldberg Vogel GmbH
Former Chairman of the Thyssen Group in Duesseldorf


Prof. Dr. Konrad Weckerle
Former Chairman of the Board of Directors Rhein-Main-Donau AG, Munich
and E.ON Wasserkraft AG in Landshut


Prof. Dr. Mark Woessner
Chairman of the Citigroup Germany and Member of the Supervisory Board of diverse companies
Former Chairman of the Board Bertelsmann AG


Prof. Dr. h.c. Carliss Y. Baldwin, Ph.D.
William L. White Professor of Business Administration Harvard Business School


Prof. Dr. Jonathan F. Bard
Graduate Program in Operations Research & Industrial Engineering The University of Texas at Austin


Prof. Dr. h.c. Roland Berger
Founder and Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Roland Berger Strategy Consultants


Prof. Dr. Dres. h.c. Adolf G. Coenenberg
Em. Ordinarius of the Chair of Business Management – Auditing and Controlling
University of Augsburg2000 – 2002 Founding Dean of the TUM School of Management


Dr. h.c. Thomas Ganswindt
Former member of the Central Board of Directors Siemens AG


Prof. em. Dr. rer. nat. Dr. h.c. mult. Hermann Haken
Emeritus Professor of the Chair of Theoretical Physics at the University of Stuttgart and Founder of Synergetics


Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Hans-Ulrich Kuepper
Emeritus Professor and Chairman of the Institute for Production Management and Controlling Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet Muenchen


Prof. Dr. h.c. Josh Lerner, Ph.D.
Jacob H. Schiff Professor of Investment Banking at the Harvard Business School


Prof. Dr. h.c. Tian Lipu
President of the Public Office of Intellectual Property of the People’s Republic of China


Prof. Dr. h.c. Dean A. Shepherd, Ph.D.
Randall L. Tobias Chair in Entrepreneurial Leadership
Professor of Management and EntrepreneurshipKelley School of Business Indiana University


Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Martin Winterkorn
Vorsitzender des Vorstands der Volkswagen AG


Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Eberhard Witte
Em. Ordinarius of the Chair of Business Management Seminar
for Empiric Microeconomic Research, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet Muenchen


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Dividing the pie – Equity distribution in entrepreneurial teams

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Embedded Lead Users – The benefits of employing users for corporate innovation

It is crucial for every company to learn from the users of its products. Interestingly, and overlooked by many, some of the most insightful users may be nearby – the company’s own employees. This study by Dr. Tim Schweisfurth and Prof. Dr. Christina Raasch (TUM) introduces the concept of “embedded lead users” – employees who are lead users of their employer’s products or services. Lead users are users who perceive new product-related needs ahead of others and would particularly benefit from a solution. Embedded lead users are ubiquitous in many consumer goods industries, e.g., in food and beverages, automotive, consumer electronics, software, and leisure products. Unlike external lead users, these are regular employees with employment contracts and secrecy clauses that Read More here

The user innovation paradigm: impacts on markets and welfare

Innovation has traditionally been seen as the province of producers. However, theoretical and empirical research now shows that individual users – consumers – are also a major and increasingly important source of new product and service designs. In this paper, we build a microeconomic model of a market that incorporates demand-side innovation and competition. We explain the conditions under which firms find it beneficial to invest in supporting and harvesting users’ innovations, and show that social welfare rises when firms utilize this source of innovation. Our modeling also indicates reasons for policy interventions with respect to a mixed user and producer innovation economy. From the social welfare perspective, as the share of innovating users in a market increases, profit-maximizing firms Read More here

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