Prof. Dr. Christopher Weilage
About Prof. Dr. Christopher Weilage
Christopher Weilage, professor for Business Administration and Business Communication, has his university focus on topics of international business and communication. Weilage acquired his MBA in International Business at the Moore School of Business of the University of South Carolina, USA and – subsequently – the IMBA International Business at Helsinki School of Economics and Business in Finland. The US-born American citizen graduated on e-learning at the chair for German as a Foreign Language of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich.

Getting to the Milk of It

March 17, 2017

Shopping for milk in a foreign country can be a confusing experience. Here in the UK (and the USA from memory), the product range is limited. In the UK, the fat content isn’t listed, just […]

Management Basics: Remembering to Give Back

December 16, 2016

The topic for this blog is one that is not only held of dear importance to me, but also a point that is often overlooked: Giving Back. Don’t worry, there are no sad, heartbreaking stories […]

A Q&A With “Exotic” Students at MBS

June 13, 2016

The number of countries represented at Munich Business School continues to increase each passing year. I remember times at MBS when the only groups of so-called non-Germans were the visiting exchange students. Now, each of […]

UK Consul Paul Heardman Visits Munich Business School

March 9, 2016

On March 2nd, Mr. Paul Heardman, Her Majesty’s Consul-General for Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg, visited Munich Business School to talk about UK-EU relations providing an insight into the British approach and views as well as answering […]

Management Basics – Getting Enough Sleep

October 9, 2015

In a connected world that continues to put pressure on anyone thinking they can survive working 9 to 5, we are often confronted with time issues for our personal lives and achieving everything we want […]

Living Social Responsibility: MBS Supports Refugees in Munich

September 11, 2015

Social responsibility is certainly one of our time’s buzz words. Not only in the private sector, today even enterprises and enterprises in particular are required to get involved and assume their role in society. It […]

Practiced Interculturality: 5 Questions to…

March 6, 2015

One of the greatest advantages MBA students enjoy at MBS is the university’s internationality. However, intercultural competence is not only taught in the curriculum, but also practiced on the campus. But where do our students […]

„When I return, I will not be the same“

December 5, 2014

Munich Business School unites students from 60 nations under one roof. Some of them have travelled from very far to study in Munich. What makes them want to obtain an MBA from our university? What […]

How does Leadership Work? ‒ Trends in Employee Motivation

October 17, 2014

Motivated employees are not only more satisfied, they also work more productively. Each year, the Gallup Engagement Index shows the devastating consequences that insufficient employee retention can have for companies. Motivation is an active and […]