Lessons from organising the hardest motorcycle race on the planet
About the speaker
Considered to be one of Europe’s thought leaders on the Future of Work and on Leadership, he is Managing Partner at KSPM Consultants and Associate at Zukunftsinstitut, a think-tank on trend research. In these roles he advises decision makers of renowned organisations. His clients include Daimler, Allianz, Vodafone, Microsoft, Raiffeisen, REWE, Bayer Healthcare, Deutsche Telekom, Continental, McDonald’s, The Federal Chancellory of the Republic of Austria. He also serves as member of the Advisory Board of the Digital Agenda Initiative of the European Commission.
Franz has a long track record of successful top-leadership positions on an international scale. He has worked and lived in Boston, Paris and Vienna. He has studied Physics and Computer Science in Vienna, Austria and in Milton Keynes, UK; and received further education at the Kellogg School of Management, Chicago and the University of Washington, Seattle. He lectures at multiple Universities and publishes frequently. His latest publications are “The Futurepreneur”, “work:design - Creating the future of work” and “Leadership 2015”.
In his “other life” Franz is part of the management team of the hardest motorcycle race on the planet, the ERZBERGRODEO. True to the claim “Working hard to make you dirty” he takes care of Special Guests and Security, delivering non-stop excitement and entertainment on a level that no other offroad motorcycle event can provide.
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