The OnePager Lab team

Prof. Dr. Klemens Joos

Prof. Dr. Klemens Joos is the founder and managing partner of EUXEA Holding GmbH. In pioneering scientific work, he developed and refined the OnePager® methodology and established it as a successful business model in governmental relations. He has been teaching his organizational science approach since 2013, first at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and then at the Technical University of Munich. There he was appointed Honorary Professor of Business Administration – Political Stakeholder Management in 2022. As Chief Executive Officer of the OnePager Group, he defines the mission and action plan for the research and development of applications in the OnePager Lab.

Dr. Maximilian von Geyr

Dr. Maximilian von Geyr has been Chief Operating Officer of the OnePager Group since June 2023. He has been working with Prof. Joos in teaching and research since 2018 as a research assistant and doctoral student at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, first at the Institute of Marketing, then at the LMU Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center. In the OnePager Lab, he coordinates interdisciplinary research on perspective change and develops formats for applications that intuitively and efficiently help our partners to become even better communicators.

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang A. Herrmann

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang A. Herrmann was President of the Technical University of Munich from 1995-2019 and shaped it into an entrepreneurial university that is committed to progress in innovation in order to sustainably improve the life of people and how we live together. His scientific and entrepreneurial work is guided by his maxim “overcoming the habits of daily thinking”. As Chairman of the Advisory Board of the OnePager Group, he shapes the applied character of research at the OnePager Lab and uses his scientific network in the development and evaluation of research results.

Prof. Dr. Armin Nassehi

Prof. Dr. Armin Nassehi holds Chair I of Sociology at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and is a member of the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina. In his publications, he discusses why elites are needed who can perform “translation” in order to relate different logics to each other in different forms of organization. As a scientific advisor in the OnePager Group, he is committed to the scientific foundation of all research and development processes in the OnePager Lab and uses his scientific network to provide new impetus.

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