Barbershop feeling for your bathroom - Alumni discount from Störtebekker

As a fan of classic barbershops and the material leather, ISM alumnus Martin Picard founded his own barbershop for the bathroom: Störtebekker stands for stylish and especially high-quality shaving and beard care products. Barbershop enthusiasts will find a unique selection of razors, premium blades, beard oils and much more at Störtebekker! Störtebekker now offers a 20% discount to all ISM Alumni.  Read more...

Gender Gap in Science: Why We Need More Women in Science

Women in science are still underrepresented, even in Germany. With a share of only 28% of female scientists, Germany is still below the global average and ranks 38th, which is one of the lowest values in a European country comparison. Mijka Ghorbani and Kim Hartmann, who are currently doing their PhD on digital brand personality and brand management in tourism at the University of Strathclyde, explain why working in research can offer an exciting career and why more women should take the step into science.  Read more...

In the data jungle: insights from ISM alumnus Mario Raups

Digitalization is increasingly calling for experts who can drive the transformation of companies through the smart use of data. We asked ISM alumnus Mario Raups, who currently works as a BI consultant for Ferchau, what working as a consultant in the field of Business Intelligence & Data Science can look like.  Read more...

LinkedIn Hacks Part 7: How to find your dream job with the business platform

Every 10 seconds, a person finds their dream job on LinkedIn. In part 7 of our LinkedIn hacks, we'll show you how this works and how you can use the business platform to apply for jobs easily, quickly and successfully.  Read more...

Digitalization in logistics: PhD study by ISM alumnus

What influence does the COVID 19 crisis have on the progress of digitization? How does the pandemic affect the supply chain of companies? ISM alumnus Johannes Regner is currently investigating these questions in his doctoral thesis. Logistics experts, supply chain managers and digitalization officers are invited to participate in the survey.  Read more...

It's a Match - Start now in the ISM Mentoring Program

What interests and wishes do young graduates have today? What is important to them when choosing a career? In our ISM Mentoring Program, you will gain valuable insights into the current topics of young professionals and support students with questions about finding an internship, applying for a job, choosing a career or preparing for exams.  Read more...

Reverse Mentoring: How Exchanges with Young Professionals Promote a Modern Learning Culture

In disruptive times, learning approaches that constantly expand employees' knowledge and promote learning in the work context are becoming increasingly important. Reverse mentoring is an effective instrument for the targeted promotion of young talent and management development, especially with regard to lifelong learning. We asked Dr. Nicole Behringer, who is a lecturer in business psychology at ISM Stuttgart and heads the master's program in media and communication psychology at ISM Distance Learning, how reverse mentoring works and what significance it has for employees and companies with regard to the future world of work.  Read more...

We want you

We are currently looking for new colleagues for the dual study programme at ISM who enjoy counselling and sales.  Read more...

Change-maker, ground-breaker or determined go-getter: Which career profile suits you?

The pandemic has made us rethink the way we work. Can you still imagine your professional career as it was before? Is it important to you to be able to work from home? How would you like to interact with your future employer? These are just some of the questions you can explore with the help of Universum CareerTest to learn more about your professional profile.  Read more...

Future Learning: Insights into Corporate Learning at Evonik

Digital transformation is not only changing our everyday working lives, but also the way we will learn in the future. According to a Kienbaum study, new activities will require new skills from employees in the next five years in order to close the skill gap in companies. We asked ISM alumna Anina Senftleben what future learning will look like and what challenges companies will face in this context. As a Global Learning Expert, Anina Senftleben provides insights into corporate learning at Evonik and knows what employees need to be capable of in the future.  Read more...
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