After obtaining her diploma in Public Administration from the Diplomatic Academy of the German Federal Foreign Office, Prof. Dr. Barbara Scheck completed a Master in International Business Administration by studying in Paris, Oxford and Berlin. Subsequently, she did her Doctor's degree on Social Entrepreneurship and Impact-oriented Reporting at the Technical University of Munich.
Before being appointed to a Junior Professorship in General Business Administration, particularly Social Investment, at University of Hamburg, Prof. Dr. Scheck worked for the German Federal Foreign Office, the Credit Suisse bank, the CSR department of Allianz insurance company and the social venture capital fonds BonVenture, amongst others.
In June 2016, she followed the call of Munich Business School where she has been holding a Professorship in Entrepreneurship since. In addition, she is engaged in (advanced) training at Social Entrepreneurship Akademie in Munich.
Julian Klaiber, Prof. Dr. Barbara Scheck, Prof. Dr. Christian SchmidkonzSeptember 20, 2019
Impact investing has raised growing interest over the past, and while it was long associated mainly with institutional and high net-worth investors, the investing approach is currently on the verge of breaking into the mainstream […]
Michel Geolier is an Master International Business alumnus of Munich Business School and a French-born entrepreneur and the co-founder of Betterfront Technologies, a data analytics company for alternative investments. Prior to Betterfront, Michel led due […]
Prof. Dr. Patricia Kraft, Prof. Dr. Barbara ScheckFebruary 13, 2019
Innovation, technology, and entrepreneurial spirit – a triad that automatically evokes associations with California’s Silicon Valley. And indeed, Silicon Valley has produced, and continues to produce, successful innovations and business models like few other places […]
Prof. Dr. Barbara Scheck, Dr. Wolfgang Spiess-KnaflJune 5, 2018
Foundations are a driver of social change. They make social mobility possible and contribute significantly to a successful society. The available means for foundations to achieve these objectives are, among others: granting of prize money, […]
“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.” John F. Kennedy Digital transformation, i.e., the integration of digital technology into all areas of business, is significantly influencing all aspects of learning – the who, why, […]
Social innovations are not a new phenomenon: When the steel magnate Andrew Carnegie died in 1919, there were nearly 2,000 public libraries in the US which he had financed and made possible. The privilege of […]