Colonel (G.S.) Rolf Barth is a professional soldier in the German Bundeswehr. He studied economics (MBA) at the University of the Bundeswehr in Munich. After several assignments in different staff functions at the brigade and division level, he became a desk officer in the Federal Ministry of Defense. He was appointed on issues of controlling, information structuring for business information warehouses and interoperability of command and control systems. Since 2006 he has been head of the "Operations Research and Modeling & Simulation Division" of the Bundeswehr Transformation Centre in Ottobrunn. A mission of his division is to develop methods for simulation-based decision support.
Matthias Meyer is professor of management control and accounting and head of the Institute of Management Control and Accounting at the Hamburg University of Technology. He has a habilitation degree from WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management and received 2003 his PhD from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich/Germany for a dissertation on Principal Agent Theory and Methodology. He studied business administration, economics, philosophy and philosophy of science.
Institute for Management Control and Accounting
Hamburg University of Technology
Jan Spitzner is managing partner of the C21 Consulting GmbH in Wiesbaden. He received his Ph.D. (Dr. rer. nat.) in pure mathematics from the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg (Germany) in 2000. He studied mathematics and physics and applied modeling and simulation to location problems and quantum physics during this time. In his consulting work he has developed simulation models for specific business problems for European blue chip companies. He is author of several publications on scenario analysis, simulation, and market intelligence and has extensive experience in developing and implementing such concepts.
C21 Consulting GmbH
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