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Chair of Business Administration, Public & Nonprofit Management

Prof. Dr. Bernd Helmig

Prof. Dr. Bernd Helmig

The scientists at the chair of Business Administration, Public & Nonprofit Management of professor Helmig, conduct research projects on different topics dealing with professional management in organizations, aiming at contributing to the public weal. 

The mission of the chair is to generate and transfer knowledge to management of organizations oriented to the public weal. This knowledge is generated by means of fundamental research, as well as applied research, and contract research. Furthermore, this knowledge is also transferred to the public by means of publications (articles in scientific journals, practitioner magazines, books), university courses (BA, MA, PhD), continuing education activities (MBA programs, executive programs, in-house programs, seminars, talks) and projects with practice partners. 

On the web pages of the chair, you will find information and news on our current research and publication activities. We appreciate your interest in our work. If you have any questions or suggestions please do not hesitate to get in touch with us by sending an email to: sekretariat uni-mannheim.de.

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Teaching

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Research

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News

Dr. Pinz receives ABCD Award
Dr. Alexander Pinz did receice at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management the ABCD (Above and Beyond the Call of Duty) Award of the “Organization and Management Theory Division” for exceptional expertise.
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Presenting research projekt at the AoM
Dr. Alexander Pinz stellt auf dem diesjährigen Treffen der Academy of Management in der Public and Nonprofit Division die Ergebnisse seines, zusammen mit Franziska Wallmeier durchgeführten Forschungsprojekts zur Integration von Bürgerbeteiligung in Verwaltungsstrukturen vor. Zudem nimmt er an den ...
Price of the Karin-Islinger-Stiftung for excellent dissertations
The thesis “Management in Nonprofit-mikro finance organisations – an analysis of the added value processes of Nonprofit-micro finance organisations in the context of institutional pluralty”, by Alexander Pinz, was priced with the price of the Karin's Islinger endowment of excellent thesis.
Prof. Helmig and team have attended the 13th International Conference of the International Society for Third-Sector Research in Amsterdam, 10–13 July 2018
Prof. Helmig and his team presented three recent research projects at this year’s ISTR Conference on Goal Importance Congruence in Hybrid Organizations (Englert, Pinz, Helmig), Entrepreneurial Orientation and Innovation Types in Nonprofit Organizations (Platz, Helmig) und Video Signaling in ...
Presenting research results at the Universitat de Barcelona
On 29 May 2018, Alexander Pinz presents results of the research project „Managing logics multiplicity in hybrid organizations“ in a research seminar at the Universitat de Barcelona.
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Professor Helmig appointed to Tenure Board of the University of Hannover
Professor Dr. Bernd Helmig, holder of the Chair of Public and Nonprofit Management, has been appointed by the Presidential Board of the Leibniz University Hannover to their Tenure Board. The Leibniz Tenure Board is an independent, external panel of experts which evaluates the research achievements ...
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Guest speaker – Dr. Jan Huber, Bain & Company
On Tuesday, April 17th 2018 (12 pm-1:30 pm), we had Dr. Jan-Alexander Huber, partner at Bain & Company and guest speaker at the chair of business administration, public & nonprofit management, present on “The Founder’s Mentality” during our bachelor course “Management” (Raum A3, 001).

Library

The library of the Chair of Business Administration, Public & Nonprofit Management is located in L5, 4 on the second floor (rooms 207/209). It holds a wide range of relevant literature and thus helps students work on their research projects. The library is primarily directed at the needs of students with a specialization in Public & Nonprofit Management. Moreover, the library contains literature on general business administration and a variety of seminal works on research methods.

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