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Diverse Entscheidungskultur: Auswirkungen auf Geschäftsmodelle – Die Weisheit der Gruppe vs. Herdendenken

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Elisabeth-Herz-Kremenak-Saal
Plenary / Panel
in englischer Sprache

Studien zur Beziehung zwischen Diversität und Unternehmensleistung zeigen, dass jene Unternehmen, die eine größere Diversität in Entscheidungspositionen aufweisen, finanziell besser abschneiden. Erklärungen führen diese Korrelation auf die „Weisheit der Gruppe“ im Gegensatz zum „Herdendenken“ zurück. Aber kann die „weise Gruppe“ neue, resiliente Geschäftsmodelle hervorbringen? Wenn ja, wie?

Vortragende

Member of Parliament, German Bundestag, Berlin; Former Board Member, Deutsche Telekom AG and Continental AG, Bonn Key Note
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Erste Bank der oesterreichischen Sparkassen AG, Vienna
Head of Digital Channels, ING, Frankfurt
Assistant Professor, Institute for Gender and Diversity in Organizations, WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business), Vienna

Thomas SATTELBERGER

Member of Parliament, German Bundestag, Berlin; Former Board Member, Deutsche Telekom AG and Continental AG, Bonn

1999-2003 Vorstand, Lufthansa-Passage, Frankfurt am Main
2003-2007 Vorstand, Continental AG, Hannover
2007-2012 Personalvorstand, Deutsche Telekom AG, Bonn
seit 2008 Vorstandsvorsitzender, BDA/BDI-Initative MINT Zukunft e.V., Berlin

Dipl.Ing. Stefan DÖRFLER

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Erste Bank der oesterreichischen Sparkassen AG, Vienna

1990-1995 Technische Mathematik, Technische Universität Wien
1995-1998 Interest Rate Derivates Trader, Erste Bank AG/ Giro Credit Bank AG
1999-2000 Group Manager Interest Rate & Foreign Exchange Derivates, Erste Bank AG
2000-2004 Group Manager Fixed Income (Trading & Sales), Erste Bank AG
2004-2007 Head of Department Capital Markets Trading & Sales, Erste Group Bank AG
2007-2009 Head of Department GCM Sales & Equity Markets, Erste Group Bank AG
2009-2015 Head of Group Capital Markets, Erste Group Bank AG
2015-2016 Head of Group Capital Markets, Erste Group Bank AG
since 2016 Chief Executive Officer, Erste Bank der oesterreichischen Sparkassen AG

Dorothy HILL

Head of Digital Channels, ING, Frankfurt

1989-1993 Honours Bachelor of Arts, Political Science and History, University of Toronto
1994-1995 Magazine Journalism, Ryerson University, Toronto
1999-2003 Financial Journalist, Bloomberg News, Amsterdam
2003-2008 Senior IR Officer, Media Relations Officer, ING, Amsterdam
2008-2013 Managing Director of Investor Relations, ING, Amsterdam
 Since 2017 Head of Digital Channels, ING, Frankfurt
2013-2017 Managing Director of Corporate Strategy, ING, Amsterdam

Dr. Heike MENSI-KLARBACH

Assistant Professor, Institute for Gender and Diversity in Organizations, WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business), Vienna

1998-2002 Accountancy
2004-2006 Consultant and Trainer
2006-2011 Research Assistant, Research Institute for Gender and Diversity in Organizations, WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business), Vienna
2011-2015 Assistant Professor, Department Management, Gender and Diversity in Organisations, WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business), Vienna
2015 Visiting Researcher, Department for Intercultural Communication and Management, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen
 Since 2017 Post Doc, WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business), Vienna
2015-2017 Guest Professor for Gender and Diversity, Leibniz University Hanover

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