Andrea Martha Brunner (Lang) was born in Frankfurt/Main, Germany in 1960.
She lives and works in Karlsruhe.
She is a competence-activating innovator.
She translates her customers requirements for major changes and assists with the reinvention of their organisation.
- Systematic value orientation is her main objective.
- Her philosophy is: ‚Evaluate existing knowledge, make it available for the organisation in order to facilitate the change.’
- She works very close with her customers.
- She is open minded, very creative and concentrates on hands-on approaches.
She has 24 years of experience in successfully providing high quality in projects while working in planning, conceptioning, realisation, coaching, team building, process reorganisation, change management, IT-integration, training.
Her education took place in Dreieich, Frankfurt/Main, Fulda, Heidelberg and Vienna. She obtained Diplomas in Economics and hypno-systemic Coaching and is a recertified PMP since 2007 and SCM.
She is a lecturer at University of Applied Science in Fulda, Germany. Faculty International Business Administration. Subjects are Finance and Investment, Project Management and Application Training. Since October 2016 Hochschule für Technik, Stuttgart in the faculty Business Psychology lecturing International Project Management.
Several years she supported Free Democratic Party (FDP) as an executive member in the district of Offenbach/Main, Germany.
She has significant references as an investment banker working for Dresdner Bank, Citibank, Sal. Oppenheim Jr. & Cie. in Frankfurt and New York. Her fields of expertise in banking are treasury, accounting and risk management.
You will find more of her whole career in her Xing and linkedin profile.
In 2012 she started a recruitment company with partners. The companies aim was to recruit indian IT specialists for european employers and to assist customers with the integration and visa process.
Together with a projectmanagement colleague she writes a blog about ‚Changing-Projekt-Management’. It’s a close collaboration with their audience and colleagues. They suggest concrete solutions and tools, which have been developed by them while working with their customers. www.changing-project-management.com