4 January

An interview with Professor for Education Wolfgang J√ľtte

Wolfgang J√ľtte¬†is Professor for Education at the University of Bielefeld, a great advocate of lifelong learning and an avid traveller. I first met him in the early nineties¬†during a field trip to Brighton to find out about adult education in England. It‚Äôs a long time ago, but I still remember how interesting – and often […]

18 November

An interview with coach and couple therapist Dorle Weyers

Dr Dorle Weyers¬†works as a ¬†coach, ¬†couple therapist and counsellor (Supervisorin)¬†in M√ľnster and Bonn/K√∂ln. Managing diversity is part of her daily work ‚Äď whether she is¬†working with (international) teams, couples or executives in Germany and abroad. She developed a keen interest in intercultural communication while studying European Ethnology. In her doctoral thesis at the beginning […]

14 September

An interview with Professor for Int’l Management Marcus Laumann

Marcus Laumann is Professor for International Management at M√ľnster University of Applied Sciences. His lectures combine the theory of international management with practical activities and insights from his own experience of working across cultures – in his previous job he was responsible for projects in the US, the UK, France, Spain and Italy. And Marcus […]