The COREinstitute provides an intellectual base for industry experts, researchers and graduates working on the cause and effects of technologically driven change processes. These change processes require novel approaches for society, the industry, politics and individuals, as well as an acceptance of subsequent opportunities and risks. Unveiling these opportunities and risks is the mission of the team.
Revealing: identifying and developing topics.
Technological change topics are identified and developed among experts, researchers and politicians. The COREinstitute management team moderates these processes and oversees partners and associates in devising topics.
Dr. Mirko Schiefelbein
As a Transformation Director at CORE, Mirko is responsible for COREinstitute’s research activity. With a doctorate in humanities, his focus is on analysing and discussing the effects and potential of technological change, and pointing out opportunities. Mirko has overseen a large number of publications on innovative topics in the context of technology transformations. As well as his commitment to research and publication, Mirko has over six years’ experience in consulting for technology-based businesses, where the experience gained during his studies is particularly advantageous in the area of strategy, analytics and methods.
Dr. Waldemar Grudzien
As an Expert Director at CORE, Waldemar deals particularly with the current regulatory challenges and their technical implementation. With a doctorate in electrical engineering and a degree in Business Administration, he has been a manager in a national banking association in which he was responsible for the areas of retail banking and banking technologies. A particular focus of Waldemar’s is on security regulation and its technological effect on IT infrastructures, on which a large number of his publications are based.
Researching: pairing knowledge with excellence
The complexity of topics, previously insignificant research, and the efficiency of the changes requires a high degree of openness and precision in analyses in dealing with previously undiscovered factors. Novel solutions resulting from these changes are investigated by COREinstitute experts, in accordance with their applicability in the industry and also within politics.
Dr. Carsten Wedekind
As an Expert Director at CORE, Carsten focuses on the strategic alignment of IT architectures. He also acts as co-chairman of the Lending Working Group in the Banking Industry Architecture Network (BIAN). With a doctorate in physics, he has many years of experience in the implementation of IT projects. Before moving to CORE, Carsten assisted well-known international companies in introducing standard software packages as well as in individual developments.
Accumulating: tapping into and allocating knowledge
The exponentially increasing information available requires new ways of acquiring knowledge. Members of the COREinstitute deploy innovative knowledge management methods, processes and tools to make this knowledge available to project partners, as well as to the interested public.
As a Knowledge Manager at CORE, Natalie supports the creation, implementation and continuous development of all knowledge management processes for complex IT transformations. Natalie studied Information Management and has a Master of Arts in Information Science. She has gathered broad practical experience in a number of different contexts, and brings these to the procedural side of COREinstitute.
As a Knowledge Manager at CORE, Kim is responsible for the development of our expert's knowledge and the support of concrete research and project situations. After completing her studies in the field of Media and Political Communication, Kim started out working in academia, where she was responsible for pan-European projects. At COREinstitute, Kim primarily contributes with her experience in project management, organisational communication and quality management.
Exactitude: Wilhelm Meister's Journeyman Years.
Students and graduates at CORE have the opportunity to develop seminar and dissertation work which is embedded in concrete research and application constellations. Contact, access, insight, involvement, and effectiveness are all hallmarks of student work.