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  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen HHL Leipzig Graduate School of ManagementHHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management

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    The connection between us and the HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Mangement is based on a long tradition.
    Prof. Dr. Wulf held the position as professor for Strategic Management & Organization for several years at the HHL Leipzig.
    Today Prof. Dr. Wulf acts as Director of the Center for Strategy and Scenario Planning as well as
    "außerplanmäßiger" professor at the HHL Leipzig.

    The HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Mangement is the oldest business school and ranks among one of the leading Business Schools in Germany. The HHL is a private, state-approved Business School with the right to award doctorates and post-doctoral qualifications. Apart from its internationality, the connection between theory and practice plays an outstanding role at the HHL. Furthermore, the HHL's declared aim is to train efficient, responsible and business thinking leaders, using an "Integrated Management" approach.

    The HHL offers an 18-months masters course in Management (M.Sc.), a 2-year part time program as well as an 18-months (24-month part time) masters course in General Management (MBA). Furthermore, it offers the possibility of an 3-year doctorates program that can be completed also in part time.

    More information can be obtained the homepage of the HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Mangement

  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen Center for Strategy and Scenario PlanningCenter for Strategy and Scenario Planning

    How will my sector be looking in 5 or 10 years? What kind of products will be purchased in the future? How will national economies in Asia with its growing middle classes develop in the comming years? Those questions are really hard to answer in todays complex and volatile world. Traditional strategic frameworks such as Porter's Five Forces and Ansoff's Product Matrix fail to deliver convincing answers. Experiences from the last crisis have shown that major attention has to be paid to non-lineary developments and that one has to be prepared for several different future scenarios.

    This is where Scenario Planning comes into play. The delevopment and description of various future visions enables the possibility to reach a new level in strategy planning and management. Different firms have succesfully implemented strategy and scenario planning in their management. Shell was able to foresee the oil crisis in the 70's, Volkswagen mastered financial consequences and market distortions during times of hyperinflation in Brasil and Argentina in the 90's and IBM used scenarios to develop sustainable sector strategies.

    The "Center for Strategy and Scenario Planning" ranks among one of the leading Centers in the field of Scenario-Management. A common initiative of the HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management and Roland Berger Stragey Consultants tries to exploit the whole potential of scenario planning for the practice. Thus, we constantly refine employed techniques and stimulate public debates about these methods.

    More information can be obtained on the homepage of the HHL Center for Strategy and Scenario Planning.