Brigitte Liebig is Professor of Organizational Behaviour at the School of Applied Psychology, University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, and private lecturer at the Institute of Sociology at the University of Basel, Switzerland. Her work focuses on work and organization, gender and diversity, as well as on higher education and entrepreneurship.
Pietro Morandi is lecturer and researcher at the Institute of Business and Regional Economics (IBR), University of Applied Sciences Lucerne (HSLU) at the School of Applied Psychology, University of Applied Sciences FHNW, and private lecturer at the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences of the University of Potsdam. His work focusses on innovation policies, higher education and entrepreneurship.
Richard Blaese conducts his doctoral thesis at the University of Basel. Richard holds a M.Sc. in Work-, Organizat-ional-, and Social Psychology from the University of Trier. Richard worked for Allianz in the field of digitalization & innovation in Munich, did a one year course in civil mediation, was an assistant at the Max-Planck-Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and worked at the Institute of Business Psychology in Trier.
Debora Mittner is a researcher at the Institute for Research and Development of Collaborative Processes, School of Applied Psychology FHNW. She has several years of work experience in various research projects, as well as innovative companies in the field of employee engagement and digital transformation. Debora holds a M.Sc. in Psychology with focus on developmental and differential psychology.
Salome Bärlocher is a research assistant trainee at the Institute for Research and Development of Collaborative Processes.
Still in her bachelor studies, she supports a research project in the field of Women in Innovation.