Team

FH-Prof. Mag. Dr.   Thomas Wallner-Drewitz

Professor

Projekte

Publikationen

The identification of critical supply network segments in theory and practice
T. Wallner, M. Gerschberger The identification of critical supply network segments in theory and practice University of Cambridge 2011
Organisational agility – A critical success factor in the introduction of High Performance Work Systems?
M. Menrad, T. Wallner Organisational agility – A critical success factor in the introduction of High Performance Work Systems? University of Cambridge 2011
Extending the Innovation Ecosystem Framework
T. Wallner, M. Menrad Extending the Innovation Ecosystem Framework 2011
High Performance Work Systems
T. Wallner, M. Menrad High Performance Work Systems 2011
Organisatorische Agilität - Konzept und Entwicklungslinien
M. Menrad, T. Wallner Organisatorische Agilität - Konzept und Entwicklungslinien Shaker Verlag 2011 pp. 137-148
High Performance Work Systems
T. Wallner, M. Menrad High Performance Work Systems Shaker Verlag 2011 pp. 125-135
High Performance Work Systems and Productive Ageing
T. Wallner, M. Menrad High Performance Work Systems and Productive Ageing Vilnius Gediminas Technical University Press “Technika” 2012 pp. 1253-1260
High Performance Work Systems in Manufacturing Logistics
T. Wallner, M. Menrad, S. Thurner High Performance Work Systems in Manufacturing Logistics 2012 pp. 71-81
Are High Performance Work Systems applicable to R&D Departments?
T. Wallner, M. Menrad, S. Thurner Are High Performance Work Systems applicable to R&D Departments? 2012 pp. 1-12
Innovating Knowledge Transfer and Knowledge Preservation
T. Wallner, E. Gatarik Innovating Knowledge Transfer and Knowledge Preservation 2012 pp. 2265-2281
PALESTINE: IN STATU INNOVANDI
T. Wallner, A. Prauhart PALESTINE: IN STATU INNOVANDI Vilnius Gediminas Technical University Press “Technika” 2012 pp. 791-799
Beherrschung des unternehmensübergreifenden Serienanlaufs
Supply Chain Planning | 2012
E. Gatarik, R. Born, G. Schönwetter, T. Wallner Beherrschung des unternehmensübergreifenden Serienanlaufs FH Joanneum 2012
High Performance Work Systems as an Enabling Structure for Self-organized Learning Processes
T. Wallner, M. Menrad High Performance Work Systems as an Enabling Structure for Self-organized Learning Processes 2012
Do High Performance Work Systems contribute to the thrivability of an organization?
T. Wallner Do High Performance Work Systems contribute to the thrivability of an organization? 2012 pp. 425-428
The Future of Management Education
T. Wallner The Future of Management Education 2012
HPWS as an Enabling Structure for Self-organized Learning Processes
T. Wallner, M. Menrad HPWS as an Enabling Structure for Self-organized Learning Processes Vol. 5 2012 pp. 32-37
Will Self-regulating Consumption Ethics Lead to New Business Paradigms
T. Wallner Will Self-regulating Consumption Ethics Lead to New Business Paradigms Intellect Ltd Vol. 9 2013 pp. 109-125
Wir sind für den Dschungel gemacht
T. Wallner, G. Klein Wir sind für den Dschungel gemacht Bucher 2013
Was können Projektorientierte Unternehmen von High Performance Work Systems lernen?
T. Wallner, W. Laskowski, M. Menrad Was können Projektorientierte Unternehmen von High Performance Work Systems lernen? Linde Verlag Wien 2013 pp. 81-101
Lehre 4.0. Hochschullehre in der VUCA-Welt
T. Wallner, G. Wagner Lehre 4.0. Hochschullehre in der VUCA-Welt 2016