Arno Rottensteiner holds a Master's degree in Management, Communication and IT and gained international experience during an educational stay at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Currently, he is pursuing a Ph.D. in Strategic Management with a research focus on understanding drivers and barriers of organizational openness of SMEs. Previously, he has published and presented scientific papers on international conferences with a focus on Knowledge Management for SMEs, and innovative didactic methods for management education. Other research interests include Web 3.0, AR & VR and using Metaverse for education. In his current role at MCI he holds lectures and supports SMEs in strategic development and digitalization projects.
2022 - heuteDoctoral Student - DEPARTMENT FOR MANAGEMENT, COMMUNICATION & IT - MCI | The Entrepreneurial School2020 - 2022Project Assistant - RESEARCH UNIT FOR DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION | Project management and steering of various international scientific and industrial projects | Conducting workshops and lectures on topics such as project management and design thinking in an international scientific context | Publication and presentation of scientific papers at international conferences - MCI | The Entrepreneurial School2017 - 2020Research Trainee | Institute for Public Management - Contribution to various international projects in the fields of Public Management, Regional Branding and Ambient and Assisted Living (AAL) | Development of strategies for science communication and dissemination of project content - Eurac Research
2023 - heutePhD Program Management - Leopold-Franzens Universität Innsbruck (PhD)2020 - 2022Management, Communication & IT - MCI – The Entrepreneurial School® (MA in Business)2019Marketing Summer School - The London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE)2017 - 2020Management, Communication & IT - MCI – The Entrepreneurial School® (BA in Business)
2020 - 2022Project Assistant - HLFF Inspiring Minds
Unterstützung aller HLF-Alumni bei der Gestaltung ihrer persönlichen Karrierewege in Mathematik und Informatik. - MCI | The Entrepreneurial School in Zusammenarbeit mit Heidelberg Laureate Forum Foundation
Finster Cedric Flavius Lothar (2023): Die Auswirkungen der Verwendung von Kanban im Alltag auf die Motivation und Zielerreichung