Prof. Dr. Arnd Albrecht
About Prof. Dr. Arnd Albrecht
Since 2010, Prof. Dr. Arndt Albrecht has been a professor for Human Resource Management and International Management at MBS. In addition, he is the Academic Program Director of the Bachelor International Business program. Prof. Dr. Albrecht is involved in research and consulting activities at MBS as well as in his consulting company where he supports industry projects in terms of HRM, leadership and change management. After completing his doctorate, he worked as an international senior manager in the pharmaceutical industry and as a strategic consultant for SMEs and corporations. Prof. Dr. Albrecht is a certified business coach and holds an MBA from Henley Management College.

Bachelor Business Projects: Managers – Not Bachelors

February 27, 2018

There are three recipes for successful job applications. Knowledge? Performance? Grades? No. What guarantees success is, firstly: practical experience, secondly: practical experience, and thirdly: practical experience. While society is still oriented towards pure performance parameters, […]

Disruptive Organizations

November 21, 2017

Breaking New Grounds Departing from familiar paths to look for new ways, leaving everything behind – that‘s hard. Those who do not adapt to ever changing environmental conditions are at a disadvantage. This piece of […]

Korn Ferry at MBS

April 25, 2017

Just today, Wolfgang Schmidt-Soelch, Senior Client Partner at Korn Ferry, was invited by MBS professor Dr. Arnd Albrecht to Munich Business School within his International Leadership class to give a presentation on leadership in general […]

Leadership 4.0

March 31, 2017

Leadership 4.0 is the answer to Industry 4.0. To some, it is a threat. To others, an opportunity. Is the next industrial revolution ahead? According to experience and for logical reasons, every industrial revolution will […]

The 10 Deadly Sins in Academic Papers

February 13, 2017

Vanity, Greed, Lust (including hedonism, a lust for money etc.), Wrath, Gluttony, Envy, Sloth – these seven cardinal sins or “deadly sins” continue to be well-known in Western culture. Some of them we find not […]

Leadership in Change: New Competencies for Leaders Required

July 29, 2016

The working world is undergoing relentless change, with industries consolidating in a global environment. These processes require professional change management. This represents a direct challenge for leaders, as they have to ask themselves questions like: […]

International Management – the Supreme Discipline

March 14, 2016

It is no exaggeration to say that today, International Management has become the supreme discipline and ultima ratio of management. How come the meaning of this discipline has changed so drastically? What is a (or […]

Fit for Job: New Employability

July 27, 2015

If you have laid the wrong foundations, you cannot build the house of your dreams. This is precisely what worries so many students and school graduates who want to study. They are haunted by three […]

Social Media Recruiting

February 27, 2015

Social Media Recruiting is dead. This was the result of two recent surveys*°. All hope seems lost. Well, not quite. As is the case with any innovation, the small sprout needs to be given a […]

Generation Y – What They Really Want

November 28, 2014

Generation Y (GenY): a generation with new behavioral patterns and needs. Everyone talks about them and the hype around them surely has not gone unnoticed by any HR professional in the world. But amongst all […]

Shared Leadership: Sailors to the Steering Wheel

October 10, 2014

Leadership is a ubiquitous topic, until recently advocating the belief: Take control! This principle was applied not only to the control of companies, but also to supervising projects and employees. Why then should the captain […]