Trainers

Our trainers all stand out due to their competence and experience.

Competence and experience on call.

Trainer with competence and experience.

It goes without saying that our trainers all stand out due to their competence and experience. What else makes them so remarkable? All of our trainers have backgrounds in the industry. They themselves were managers and executives for many years, and they of all people understand the tasks which their

participants and coachees face. Instead of teaching vague theory, they all offer valuable and tried-and-true experience for a practical approach to everyday work life. And they do so in a agreeably authentic and approachable way. You’ll see: learning from them is a pleasure.

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Alexander Masch, born in 1979, began his dual degree in Business Administration at the Saarland Academy of Saarland in 1998. After his work as a purchasing consultant at Globus GmbH and Co. KG, he moved abroad for a year.
He then joined the industry and joined Melitta Europa GmbH & Co. KG in the sales department from 2004 to 2006. He was responsible for logistics and planning, since 2008 also in various management positions. His focus in the areas of procurement, warehousing and distribution logistics, the subject of stock optimization and change management, was his focus.
In 2015, he decided to change the industry and started the management of Supply Chain Management within HARTING GmbH and Co. KG.
Within the cultural change project "NEO", he was able to support his change management competencies very well and will continue to support the project during the implementation. Alexander Masch is currently responsible for the work of the temporary works management
 Christian Mayer
Christian Mayer has studied technical cybernetics at University of Stuttgart. After his thesis in 2007, he worked as a Development Engineer at ProTool GmbH. In October 2009, he transferred to Max Holder GmbH, (jointly) responsible for the development of the new generation of the C-series. In the beginning of 2012, he was put in charge of the project management including the coordination of all development projects, encompassing the product development processes. Since January 2012, Christian Mayer is Member of the Management Board and responsible for the technical segment as well as for the construction, project management, project purchasing, documentation and testing department. As of October 2016, Christian Mayer is Technical Manager of Max Holder GmbH.

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Urs Meier knows what it means to deal with enormous pressure every day - whether as a successful business man, in the stadium in front of more than 60,000 spectators, in front of millions of self - employed experts on the screens, as former head of the Swiss top runners, as advisor to FIFA, UEFA or as Commentator of the ZDF. Since 2005, he has been commenting on the games of the German national team as well as the World Cup and European Championships in ZDF, with Johannes B. Kerner, Jürgen Klopp and Oliver Kahn. In 2006 he received the "Deutschen Fernsehpreis" for the best sports broadcast. He provides and sets new standards in modern management, based on experience, practical linkage and solution-oriented adaptation from professional sports and modern management. He has been a sought-after consultant, coach and speaker for years.
Prof. Dr. Joachim Metternich
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Joachim Metternich is responsible for the product management department at the Darmstadt Technical University. After studying industrial engineering, he worked as a research assistant at the Institute for Production Engineering and Machine Tooling (PTW) at the TU Darmstadt, where he received his Dr.-Ing. Until 2004, he was Head of Production of the German machine manufacturer TRUMPF Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH. Subsequently, he was Head of a Production group at BOSCH Diesel s.r.o. in the Czech Republic. In 2008, he took over the management of the worldwide production system (KPS) at Knorr-Bremse, a German manufacturer of brake systems for rail vehicles. Since 2012, Prof. Metternich has been back at the TU Darmstadt and one of the two institute managers of PTW.
 Michael Metzger

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Michael Metzger is an experienced Lean consultant for indirect areas, functions and processes. While studying for an industrial engineer degree, he had early gained experience due to his practical activities with lean approaches. On this basis, he initially carried out several Lean Administration projects in various areas of the automotive industry at home and abroad. Subsequently, he transferred the approach also in other branches such as e.g. machinery and plant construction, logistics, energy industries and the banking industry he was able to achieve significant improvements. His experience as coach and trainer completes his competency profile. Michael Metzger has been an adviser at Staufen AG since 2013, he started as a consultant in Lean Administration and works as a Project Manager since 2016.

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Tobias Meudt has been a research assistant at the Institute for Production Management, Technology, and Machine Tools (PTW) at TU Darmstadt since 2013. Within the scope of his activity, he has been working with the problem-oriented integration of IT solutions into existing value streams, in the sense of industry 4.0 brownfield integration approach. As part of his research, he developed the value stream analysis 4.0 and validated it in several practical applications. Since September 2016, he has been managing the research team on lean information technology at the Process learning factory CiP.
Andreas Mohren is an experienced Lean and Six Sigma specialist for all indirect areas, functions and processes. After a practical vocational training and the business economics studies, he had early gained experience due to his practical activities with lean approaches within the industry sector. On this basis, he decisively developed the STAUFEN Lean and later also the Six Sigma approach for the indirect processes, areas and functions and is responsible for his further development. Andreas Mohren has successfully introduced Lean (Six Sigma) in numerous companies, or has introduced significant improvements through its application, often in an international / global context. His extensive experience as coach and trainer completes his profile. Andreas Mohren has been working for STAUFEN since 1999 and leads the consulting unit Lean Administration in the role of a Partner.
 Christian Möllers
Christian Möllers studied business economics at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, focusing on finance, accounting and taxation. After completing his studies, Christian Möllers worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers AG WPG for five years, where he lastly conducted various auditing and consulting projects as Senior Consultant. Within the scope of these activities, he obtained a solid, cross-sectoral financial analysis. Subsequently, he joined BK-Partners Asset Management in Mexico, where he was responsible for a variety of due diligence projects in financial and strategic analysis of various international investment opportunities. Since 2013 Christian Möllers has been working at Staufen AG in the restructuring of medium-sized companies.
 Alexander Moretti

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Alexander Moretti completed his master degree in mechanical engineering after completing his bachelor degree in automotive engineering with the focus on fiber composites and production management. In addition to studying, he gained his first professional experience at BMW AG in the development of restraint systems and at Amer Sports AG in the conception of production concepts. Alexander Moretti is co-founder of Velospring GmbH, a manufacturer of bicycle handles made of walnut wood. Alexander Moretti is a consultant at Staufen AG since the beginning of 2016.
 Melanie Müller

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Melanie Müller is a fully qualified lawyer. Over more than 15 years she held different leading positions in the HR functions of international corporations with up to 30.000 employees as well as of medium-sized companies, mostly in the automotive, rail and textile industries. Currently she is heading the central HR function of the Gerhard Rösch group in Tübingen, Stuttgart area, Germany. As a member of the Board of management she contributes to the successful growth of the group. Her professional belief is that economic success is mainly determined by one’s mindset and by continuous personal development. In her trainings, leaders benefit from her real-life experience and can learn about three key success factors they can immediately apply to achieve immediate and efficient results with their teams.
Christian Muntwiler, born in 1976, has been Director of In-house seminars and director of studies for the St. Gallen Business School (SGBS) since 2002 to 2016. Since 2004 he is lecturer and senior consultant on behalf of the St. Galler Business School (SGBS). Today he ist management Trainer / lecturer / speaker and management consultant for holistic management, strategic management, strategic and operational marketing, strategic sales management.