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Dr. Alfred Oswald, IFST - Institute for Social Technologies GmbH, 52223 Stolberg, did his doctorate in theoretical physics at RWTH Aachen University. He is the managing director of the consulting institute IFST - Institute for Social Technologies GmbH for agile and fluid organizations. His field of work is increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of organizations by means of innovative social technologies, as well as their transformation into agile and fluid organizations.
Dr. Jens Koehler, BASF SE, 67056 Ludwigshafen, studied physics at the University of Bonn and dealt with the subject of complexity as part of his doctorate. He focuses on digitization in research and development. His specialty is the regulation of social complexity to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of project teams as well as to shape the digital transformation.
Roland Schmitt, 69469 Weinheim (an der Bergstrasse), after studying electrical engineering, first dealt with business and software development processes. For over ten years he has been managing IT projects in the logistics and transport sector at DB Systel GmbH in Frankfurt am Main. The academic study of project management at the University of Portsmouth in the UK focused on the psychosocial aspects of collaboration between people. Since then, his research interest has been the transfer of scientific knowledge of self-organization and neuroleadership into professional management practice.