Chair of Corporate Management
Prof. Dr. Alwine Mohnen and her team cordially welcome you to the website of the Chair of Corporate Management at the Technische Universität München.
In the following sections you will find all relevant information on current events and the courses that we offer as well as the focus of the chair’s research.
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Jörg Stäglich (Partner bei Oliver Wyman und Leiter der Utility Practice in Europa) bietet im Januar 2017 am Lehrstuhl für Unternehmensführung das neue Advanced Seminar F&A: Strategy planning and steering an. Weitere Informationen finden Sie hier: Advanced Seminar F&A: Strategy planning and steering
New publication: Target setting for indirect processes: a new hybrid method for continuous improvement of indirect processes
The journal of Production Planning & Control (TPPC) has published a new article "Target setting for indirect processes: a new hybrid method for continuous improvement of indirect processes" by Sebastian Ihrig & Alessio Ishizaka & Alwine Mohnen
The Schmalenbach Business Review has pulished an article on the effects of goal setting on creativity by Stefanie Ringelhan, Jutta Stumpf-Wollersheim, Andreas Ostermaier, Isabell M. Welpe, and Matthias Spörrle. The authors study how emotions mediate the effects of targets on creativity. They find that goal setting leads people to generate more creative ideas, but has a negative effect on the...
The German Economic Association of Business Administration (GEABA) awarded Markus Brunner and Andreas Ostermaier the Walther-Rathenau-Preis for their paper on "Sabotage in capital budgeting: The effects of control and honesty on investment decisions" on this year's annual symposium. The authors find that negative reciprocity leads managers to sabotage investments. Reporting requirements...
Dominik Doll, Eberhard Feess, and Alwine Mohnen published the article "Ability, group composition, and moral hazard: Evidence from the laboratory" in the Schmalenbach Business Review.
Dominik Schall, Menas Wolf, and Alwine Mohnen published the article "Do effects of theoretical training and rewards for energy-efficient behavior persist over time and interact? A natural field experiment on eco-driving in a company fleet" in Energy Policy.
Meruyert Sagindykova was awarded the Linde Group Best Thesis AWARD for her bachelor thesis "Necessity is the mother of invention", researching how constraints - such as financial or time restrictions - can positively influence employees' creativity. The Linde Group Best Thesis AWARD honors outstanding student performance, which expose latest research questions on a highly...