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Prof. Dr. Torsten Oltmanns

Thorsten-Oltmanns2Prof. Dr. Torsten Oltmanns, Partner & Global Marketing Director, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants Holding GmbH, Berlin and London (Germany/Great Britain) 

Torsten Oltmanns studied Economics at the University of Cologne (Germany). He underwent training as a journalist on economics and politics. With a thesis on journalism, he obtained his diploma from the University of Cologne in 1993.[1][2] He published several articles touching on economic themes.

He held positions at McKinsey, the executive board of Booz Allen Hamilton and the administrative staff of the German Federal Ministry of Defense,where he oversaw the implementation of budget controlling.Since 2004, he has acted as the Global Marketing Director of Roland Berger Strategy, working from its offices in Berlin (Germany), London (England) and Zurich (Switzerland).From June 1 until December 31, 2011 Oltmanns headed the communication of the conglomerate Haniel as an interim manager. Oltmanns returned to Roland Berger in January 2012.

Since 2004, Oltmanns has been the editor of Roland Berger Strategy Consultants’ think:act brand, which appears in various formats and which recently received the “Best in Corporate Publishing” award from the International Corporate Media Awards

Torsten Oltmanns is an Assistant Professor for Executive Communications at the University of Innsbruck (Austria)and a Visiting Fellow of the University of Oxford at the Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation, a part of the Saïd Business School.Since 2014 Torsten Oltmanns is Professor & Founding Dean of the Department of Management and Economics at the Quadriga Hochschule Berlin.

As a member of the delegation of Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, a Strategic Partner of the World Economic Forum, Oltmanns has participated in the WEF Annual Meeting in Davos-Klosters. His commentary and impressions of the world’s most important economic summit were published in his blog Bulletin from Davos.

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