Schrittesser, Ilse

Ilse Schrittesser is Professor of School Research and Teacher Education at the University of Vienna, Austria. Her main fields of interest are professionalism research and teaching and learning research. She has authored numerous articles in the field of education and professionalism research. Presently, she leads a collaborative research group interested in the intersection between theory

Lenglachner, Marlies

Marlies Lenglachner is founder and CEO of Corporate Development Lenglachner & Partner, Vienna, focusing on solution-oriented systemic corporate development. Her main areas of expertise are organizational learning design and change management, leadership and team development, intercultural cooperation, top-executive coaching and business mediation in various international companies. She has developed and published several transformational systemic leadership

Lesjak, Barbara

Barbara Lesjak is teacher and researcher at the University of Klagenfurt, Faculty for Interdisciplinary Research and Training, Department of Organization, Development and Group Dynamics. Her main topics are group dynamics, action learning, social competence and organization development. She is also a lecturer at various universities on group dynamics, social skills and organizational learning. She has

Lackner, Karin

Karin Lackner holds the chair of Organizational Consulting, Supervision, and Coaching at the Institute for Psychology at the University of Kassel, Germany. She is head of the master’s degree program ‚Multidimensional Organization Consulting MDO’ and head of the Institute for Organization Dynamics. Her consulting activities focus on international consulting, training and organizational development programs in

van der Zouwen, Tonnie

Tonnie van der Zouwen is a professor for Sustainable Working and Organising at Avans University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands and also works as an independent organisational consultant. Her work focuses on developing change capacities in organisations and networks. Her PhD research resulted in a framework for effective use of Large Scale Interventions, an approach used

Wallis, Nancy

Nancy C. Wallis, PhD works with organizations committed to enhancing leadership capacity within individuals, executive teams and throughout organizational cultures. With 30 years’ experience as senior leader, management consultant, executive coach, university administrator, trainer and mentor, Nancy specializes in leadership development that enlivens mindsets and reframes challenges as transformational opportunities. Selected as a founding Action

Wagenheim, Gary

Gary Wagenheim is adjunct management professor at the Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser University and Aalto University – Executive Education and former professor of organizational leadership at the School of Technology at Purdue University. His research and teaching interests are reflective practice, individual and organizational change, and organizational behavior. He owns and operates

Stary, Christian

Christian Stary is professor for Business Information Systems at the University of Linz, Austria. His research areas include Interactive Design of Sociotechnical Systems, Business Process Management, Conceptual Modelling and Knowledge Management. He has published research papers and articles on these topics, among others in IEEE Transactions on Man, Systems and Cybernetics, Interacting with Computers, Int. Journal

Spindler, Maria

Maria Spindler has been an international organizational consultant for more than twenty years in economics (banking and production) and at NGOs (universities and foundations) and lectures at universities in Europe and the US. Her topics are creating future, inventing and transforming organizations, structures and leadership cultures. Maria is qualified to train the trainer for the

Feyerherm, Ann

Ann Feyerherm is the Chair of the Management Department at the Graziadio Business School of Pepperdine University. In addition to serving in academic administration, she enjoys teaching. In 2009, she was awarded the university’s highest teaching honor, the Howard A. White teaching excellence award. She has a strong belief in increasing human capacity through strength-based