Winfried W. Weber

Winfried W. Weber (born in Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany) is a German economist and management professor. He is director of Mannheim Institute of Applied Management Research at Mannheim University of Applied Sciences with a research focus on new role models of managing and on global family business. Weber is founder of managemendenker.de, an ongoing online survey which ranks the most influential management thinkers in German speaking countries. Weber is President and founder of a non-profit management network, the Peter F. Drucker Society of Mannheim e.V. whose aim is to strengthen the leadership of managers in Germany.

Education

Weber obtained his PhD in economics at Witten/Herdecke University / Reinhard Mohn-Chair for Corporate Governance, Business Ethics and Social Evolution

Publications

Books

  • Weber, Winfried W. (2016): Einführung in das Management von Non-Profit-Organisationen, Mannheim
  • Weber, Winfried W. (2007): Complicate your life, Göttingen
  • Weber, Winfried W. (2005): Innovation durch Injunktion - Warum man Innovationen nicht planen (lassen) kann, Göttingen
  • Weber, Winfried W. (1998): Führung und Lernprozesse in mittelständischen Weltmarktunternehmen - neue Ansätze zur Unternehmensglobalisierung, Bremen
  • Weber, Winfried W. (1996): Kundennähe in mittelständischen Weltmarktunternehmen, Bremen
  • Weber, Winfried W. (1991): Defizite internationalen Management-Trainings - zur Bedeutung interkultureller Kommunikationsprozesse, Chur/Zürich

Editor and co-editor

  • Weber, Winfried W., Ed. (2013): Versteht die Realwirtschaft noch, was die Finanzwirtschaft tut? Mannheim (in German and English language)
  • Weber, Winfried W. (2010), Ed. with Gladius Kulothungan: Peter Drucker's Next Management. New Institutions, New Theories and Practices, Göttingen
  • Weber, Winfried W., Ed. (2009): Peter Drucker - der Mann, der das Management geprägt hat. Erinnerungen und Ausblick zum 100. Geburtstag, Göttingen

Selected articles and interviews

  • A new Management Caravanserai - Learning from the German Model[1]
  • From hierarchical organizations to networks, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Jan. 20th, 2014[2]
  • Germany's Midsize Manaufacturers Outperform its Industrial Giants, Harvard Business Review, August 12, 2016[3]
  • Management-Guru Peter Drucker, Brandeins, September 2016 [4]
  • List of publications [5]

References

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