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Marcel Sieber

  Marcel Sieber

Marcel Sieber

ZHAW School of Management and Law
Institute of Business Information Technology
Theaterstrasse 17
8400 Winterthur

+41 (0) 58 934 79 93
marcel.sieber@zhaw.ch

Personal profile

Position at the ZHAW

Senior Research Associate
Center for IT Strategy & Management

http://www.zhaw.ch/iwi/

Educational background

- lic. phil. (M.A.) in Sociology, Computer Science and Communication Studies, University of Zurich (2000)
- Postgraduate in General Management, Executive Master of Business Management, PHW Hochschule Wirtschaft, Bern (2005)
- Certificate of Advanced Studies in Hochschuldidaktik, ZHAW School of Management and Law, Winterthur (2012)

Professional milestones

- 1991: Analyst / Programmer, Winterthur Insurances (today: AXA), Winterthur, Switzerland
- 2001: Project Manager "Public Private Partnership - Schools on the Net," Federal Office for Professional Education and Technology (BBT), Bern, Switzerland
- 2004: Project Manager "Swiss Virtual Campus, Universities of Applied Sciences," Federal Office for Professional Education and Technology (BBT), Bern, Switzerland
- 2006: Research Associate of the program "Learning Regions - Providing Support for Networks," German Aerospace Centre, Bonn, Germany
- 2007: Research Associate at the project "Electronic Commerce Network," German Aerospace Centre, Bonn, Germany
- 2008: Project Manager for Electronic Business in Small and Medium Enterprises (SME), GS1 Germany, Cologne, Germany
- 2011: Head Development & Services, Department of General Management, ZHAW School of Management and Law, Winterthur, Switzerland
- 2018 and present: Senior Research Associate, Institute of Business Information Technology, ZHAW School of Management and Law, Winterthur, Switzerland

Membership of networks

Projects

Publications

Conference contributions, peer-reviewed
Other publications

Other contributions

Sieber, M. (2012). Der anspruchsvolle Weg von der Fach- zur Führungskraft. KMU-Magazin. (4), 52–53. Retrieved from www.kmu-magazin.ch/mensch-arbeit/der-anspruchsvolle-weg-von-der-fach-zur-fuehrungskraft