Prof. Dr. phil. Jürgen Radel
Lehr- und Forschungsgebiet
Change-Management, Organizational Behavior
Executive Coaching (INSEAD ICC 4 & ACG 1 cert.; TIHR cert.),
Interpersonal and Group Dynamics
Change-Management (Resistance to Change)
Social System Dynamics
Executive Coaching (INSEAD ICC 4 & ACG 1 and Tavistock Institute of Human Relations certified)
In 2004 Juergen Radel earned his M.A. in economic pedagogy, economic/social history and psychology at the Technical University of Aachen (RWTH), Germany. After the completion of his studies he started working in a family owned, global company where he gained experience in various fields of human resources (HR). He focused onto change management, training and development, diagnostics and HR controlling.
After having worked in the USA he was responsible for HR Marketing & Campus Recruiting, as well as for the support of all international subsidiaries and their General Managers.
He finished his PhD (Dr. phil.) besides his full-time industry position in 2010, at the University of Bremen, in an international PhD program.
Between 2011 and 2013 he had been authorized representative (Prokurist) in the Human Resources department of a global logistics service provider. His responsibility included multiple single companies in 20 different countries, mainly in Asia and the Americas. During the time in the company he dealt most of the time with the HR support of the Board and the Managing Directors abroad. Other topics were HR strategy, change management and leadership development.
Aside the full-time positions in different companies he also worked as a consultant and gained experience in growing companies as well as with restructuring companies. Organizations he has worked with, in different contexts, include Accenture, Daimler, Google, SAP, PayPal, Siemens, EY, Rheinmetall and many more.
He continually broadens his knowledge and continued his education in institutions like the London Business School, IMD, INSEAD, the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations and the National Training Laboratories (NTL). While while working with different international target groups he is combining practical experience and theoretical frameworks, mainly focussing on a systems psychodynamic approach.
In 2013 he was appointed Professor for Human Resources and Department Head of HR at the International School of Management (ISM). He also was appointed Professor of Economics and Human Resources at the HTW, University of Applied Sciences in Berlin, Germany.
Infos zur Lehre
In most of my classes, I am using an experiential learning approach. Please make yourself familiar with the specific requirements and contents via the module description and the information on individual course websites.
Please see me during my consultation hours in case of any questions. Do *not* send an email, unless it it absolutely necessary to do so. Most issues can be solved very quickly in 1:1 meetings, while mails might take significantly longer.
Writing your thesis:
Please see me during my consultation hours if you are considering to write your thesis with me and keep in mind, that last minute consultations might lead to a difficult situation, when I am not able to supervise the thesis or specific topic. Unfortunately, is is not possible to answer supervision requests via email.
I am currently not supervising BIB/MIB students. For all others, relevant information about your thesis can be found here: http://bit.ly/2M2BFLx
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Funktion und Organisationseinheit
General Management (M) FW
International Business (M)
Zentrum für berufsbegleitendes und weiterbildendes Studium (ZE ZbwS)
Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin
Akademischer Senat - Mitglied
Fachbereich 3: Wirtschafts- und Rechtswissenschaften
Arbeits- und Personalmanagement (M)
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