Professor Nicole Jung Deutsche Bundesbank University of Applied Sciences

Main areas of teaching

  • General business administration
  • Management (organisation, HR, change management)


  • G2-1 General business administration
  • V4-1 Organisation studies and human resources management
  • W4 Managing organisations and people in changing contexts (EN)

Special functions

  • Liaison lecturer (office hours according to weekly timetable and anytime by appointment)

Curriculum vitae

  • Trained as a bank clerk
  • Studied business administration with intercultural qualifications in English and American Studies, University of Mannheim; period abroad at Napier University, Edinburgh
  • Various internships and mentoring programmes in the areas of HR and marketing within the banking, chemical, pharmaceutical and services sectors as well as student assistant to Professor Christian Homburg for General Business Administration and Marketing I, to Professor Walter Oechsler for General Business Administration, HR and Ergonomics and to Professor Alfred Kieser for General Business Administration and Organisation
  • Awarded PhD by the University of Mannheim; Visiting Scholar at Stanford University, California
  • Research assistant, General Business Administration and Organisation Department, Professor Alfred Kieser, University of Mannheim; including teaching activities, interdisciplinary third-party funded projects with ZEW Mannheim and SOFI Göttingen on the innovative abilities and the role of consultants in the information economy, change management workshops in cooperation with practitioners
  • Lecturer for Mannheim MBA, Mannheim Business School

Research interests

  • Organisational behaviour: control, power, management and motivation in organisations; Change management; Culture and intercultural communication; HR
  • Organisation theories
  • Management consulting; Client-consultant relationships