Published on Tuesday, January 15, 2013
About the Drucker Senior Fellow position
The Drucker Senior Fellow drives selected projects and activities under the umbrella of the Drucker School of Management. These may include larger, more global projects such as hosting global think tanks and symposia on the future of management and organization, to more local ones such as crafting consortium programs in executive education.
About Professor Roland Deiser
Roland Deiser, PhD is keenly interested in understanding how to create sustainable strategic capabilities that foster innovation, change and continuous learning in large-scale systems – both as an academic and a practitioner. He pursues this interest by publishing, teaching, speaking, advising, orchestrating executive networks and producing customized think tanks.
His current research interest focuses on the impact of social media on leadership and organization, and on organizational capabilities required in disruptive business environments.
He also serves on the Editorial Board of the Academy of Management Learning and Education Journal (AMLE) from which he received the 2011 AMLE Editorial Board Reviewer Award.
Deiser advises both Fortune 100 companies and emerging start-ups. He has been working in advisory and board positions with companies such as Credit Suisse, Deutsche Telekom, E.ON, and Siemens as well as with several growth companies, primarily in the digital media convergence space. As an advisor to the music copyright industry, he helped create FastTrack, a global consortium of leading music copyright societies dedicated to building an integrated electronic music copyright management system.
He has also served as an expert for the Austrian Government on the development of the country’s Film, Television and Multimedia industry, and for the German Federal and State Commission on the impact of the Internet on the future of universities.