Marcus Birkenkrahe

Marcus Birkenkrahe
Born Speh
(1963-12-29)December 29, 1963
Bad Kreuznach, Germany
Alma mater University of Hamburg
Organization Berlin School of Economics and Law
Title Professor of Business Information Systems
Awards Best of Web Award 1994[1]

Marcus Birkenkrahe (born December 29, 1963 as Marcus Speh in Bad Kreuznach, Germany) is a physicist and information architect who also works as an executive coach.[2]

After obtaining his

Since 2007, Birkenkrahe is a professor of management information systems at the Berlin School of Economics and Law, a leading German business school[8] and Head of E-Learning (since 2008). He serves as member of the editorial board for the Int. J. of Learning and Change[9] and of the Int. J. of Innovation in Education.[10]


References

External links

  • Personal website and blog.
  • Berlin School of Economics and Law.
  • Userpage.
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