Professor Roger W.H. Bons has been a full-time lecturer at the FOM in Aachen since September 2015. In November 2015, he was appointed Professor of Business Informatics.

Prof. Dr. Bons studied Computer Science at Eindhoven University of Technology. After completing his studies, he worked as a lecturer in business informatics at the Rotterdam School of Management, where he also earned his doctorate in “Designing Trustworthy Trade Procedures for Open Electronic Commerce”.

After receiving his doctorate, Prof. Dr. Bons initially worked at Multimedia Skills as Senior Consultant and subsequently at Royal Philips Electronics in senior positions, most recently as Program Director. Prof. Dr. Bons spent several years with ING Group, including Senior Product Manager Cards & Cash.

Parallel to his full-time employment as a professor at the FOM, Prof. Dr. med. Bons is Managing Director of Bons Academic Services.

Prof. Dr. Roger Wilbert Henri Bons

Professor Dr. Ing. Cornelia Heinisch has been a full-time lecturer at the FOM in Stuttgart since 2012. In July 2012 she was appointed as Professor of Business Informatics.

After completing her traineeship as an electrical engineering assistant at the electronics school in Tettnang, she studied software engineering in Esslingen and “Distributed Computing Systems Engineering” at Brunel University in West London.

Subsequently, she completed her doctorate at the University of Tübingen on the subject: “Configuration Model and Architecture for Automated SW Update of ECUs in the Automobile” as part of an industry promotion in cooperation with the companies IT-Designers and Daimler.

Ms. Prof. Heinisch worked as a managing director for the company IT-Designers from 2001 to 2010 and gained practical experience as a developer, system architect and consultant in the areas of research, advanced development, development and production.

Prof. Dr. Ing. Cornelia Heinisch

Professor Buchkremer has been a full-time lecturer at the FOM Hochschule since 2009.

He studied at the Ruhr University in Bochum and earned his doctorate at the State University of New York, USA.

Rüdiger Buchkremer is a member of the FOM Appointment Commission and is responsible for the modules “Artificial Intelligence” and “Electronic Business”. He also supervises dissertations at the UCAM-FOM Business School of Management in Murcia / Spain and is the deputy director of ifid institute for IT management and digitalization.

Furthermore he owns a business consultancy specializing on marketing, artificial intelligence and big data. Previously, he spent ten years in the healthcare industry, most recently as the CIO of a DAX company.

Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Buchkremer

Professor Friederike Müller-Friemauth has been a full-time lecturer at the FOM in Cologne since September 2014. In the same year she was appointed as Professor of General Business Administration, in particular Strategic Marketing and Innovation Management.

She studied political science at the Freie Universität of Berlin and received her doctorate in 1995 on liberal time diagnostics (Rorty, Foucault). Following her doctorate, she held various strategic marketing positions. She spent several years in the Corporate Foresight of Daimler AG, then headed the marketing department of the rheinländischen Mittelstadt Leverkusen and then the trend research at the Heidelberg market and social research institute Sinus Sociovision.

Her teaching focuses on organizational development, innovation management and behavioral finance.

At the KCT Competence Center for Technology & Innovation Management, she represents the field of futurology. Parallel to her work as a professor, she is co-owner of „kühn denken auf Vorrat“, a concept consultancy for applied economic futurology.

Prof. Dr. Friederike Müller-Friemauth

Professor Guy Katz has been a full-time lecturer at the FOM in Munich since 2013 and was appointed as Professor of International Management & Leadership in March.

After his military service as a senior lieutenant of the IDF, Professor Katz earned his doctorate at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich on “Intercultural negotiations”. After completing his doctorate, Katz worked in the automotive alliance sector.

Parallel to his work as a professor, Prof. Katz contributed to topics related to strategy and internationalization.

Prof. Dr. Guy Katz