Prof for Business Administration and Information Management
Jacobs University Bremen is an education management institution which located in Bremen, Germany.
Christoph Lattemann is professor of Business Administration and Information Management at Jacobs University Bremen, Germany. His research encompasses the two major global trends: Digital Transformation and Globalization. His main research areas in the context of Digital Transformation and Globalization are - Information Management/Social Media - Design Thinking/Innovation Management - International Business with a focus on China and Emerging Markets He is the director of the D-Forge (Design Thinking Lab) at Jacobs University, the director of the Jacobs Center for the Study of China and Globalization an Vice-Director of the Confucius Institute Bremen and the program coordinator of the BA program International Business Administration. Between 2008 and 2010 he was a Visiting Scholar at Harvard University, JFK School of Governance. In 2008 he was a visiting researcher at Stanford University/School of Design Thinking. He has taught courses in top international MBA programs and Universities such as Copenhagen Business School/Denmark, Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore/Italy, Educatis University/Switzerland, Kiel University/Multimedia Campus, Rollins College/USA and at the Hasso Plattner Institute for Software Engineering. Christoph Lattemann, educated at the Schools of Design Thinking at Stanford and the Hasso Plattner Institute in Potsdam, established the D-Forge Bremen at Jacobs University in June 2012. Between 1997 and 2002 he held senior positions in project management in the financial industry at the German Stock Exchange (Frankfurt/Main) . So far, he has published eight books and over 150 publications in books, conference proceedings and in journals such as Management International Review (MIR), Corporate Governance an International Review, Wirtschaftsinformatik/BISE, Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, etc. In the past years he got several research grants and worked on various company projects.