Global networks define our work environment of the 21st century. Employees at all levels communicate across national, cultural and linguistic boundaries on a daily basis. Individuals, their leaders and employers strive to reap the creative potential of this diversity while minimizing friction.
The Professorship for International Management focuses on the human factor in multinational companies. We address current issues at the intersection of international management, organizational behavior, and human resource management, present our research at international conferences, and publish in leading journals. In order to prepare students for the demands of a globalized business world, we offer our courses in English and cooperate with international guest lecturers from academia and the private sector.
New elective for Bachelor students: Excursion to Paris
Selected B.Sc. students can participate in an immersive international experience through a 9-day excursion with company visits organized by TUM School of Management’s Chair of Strategic Management.
Exam Review of “Leadership and International Management” ST23
Register by October 9th
Best Reviewer Award at the 83rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management
At this year’s Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AoM) Prof. Tenzer receives a Best Reviewer Award for the third time in a row.
New Publication in the Journal of International Business Studies
The article "Foreign languages in advertising: Theoretical implications for language-related IB research" has been published in the Journal of International Business Studies.
Princess Therese of Bavaria Award for Professor Tenzer
The award was presented at a festive ceremony.
Global talent acquisition in times of severe talent shortage
Guest lecture by Dominik Hahn, Global Head of Group Talent Acquisition at Allianz SE
Geopolitical risks, management dilemmas and barriers to change
Guest lecture by Axel Miller, former senior partner at Oliver Wyman and alumnus of LMU Munich School of Management