Über den Autor
Prof. Dr. Andreas Altmann is Rector of MCI Management Center Innsbruck. He studied Business Administration and Economics at the Universitíes of Linz and Innsbruck. There he received his Master's Degree in 1989. After receiving his post-graduate Diploma in International Affairs at the Johns Hopkins University in Bologna (School of Advanced International Studies) in 1992, he concluded his Doctoral Studies at the University of Innsbruck in 1993. Andreas Altmann worked as a post-doc researcher first at the Department of Finance and later on at the Department of Strategic Management at the University of Innsbruck. At both institutions he was engaged as a member of the task force MCI Management Center Innsbruck. He became its Founding Director in 1995 and has lead MCI Management Center Innsbruck to an internationally acknowledged "Entrepreneurial School®", a highly ranked academic institution with meanwhile 3,000 students, 800 faculty members, 200 partner universities as well as numerous successful alumni around the world. Andreas Altmann is successfully engaged in teaching, research and management in numerous academic institutions.
In a globalized context of high stakeholder expectations, increasing regulation and unpredictable technological developments, this volume shares the expertise of university managers leading innovative and entrepreneurial initiatives around the world.
Explores the challenges and opportunities of higher education institutions in the age of globalization, new forms of regulation, technological developments, and high expectations from stakeholdersShowcases the first-hand expertise of university managers leading innovative and entrepreneurial initiativesFeatures in-depth case studies from Europe, the Americas, and Asia