Dr Andrej Vizjak is a Vice President of AT Kearney. In 1990 he joined AT Kearney as a consultant and in 1994 was elected as a Principal, followed by his election as a Vice President in 2001 and as a member of the Leadership Team with responsibility for Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Eastern Europe in 2005. He has been supervising large transformation programs of international corporations, including among others Deutsche Telekom and Bertelsmann Group. These programs have involved both the development of new corporate strategies and the implementation of new organizational structures.
His industrial management experience comprises his current position as a member of the Advisory Board of Gorenje, a Slovene producer of household appliances with a major market share in Germany. He is also a member of the Advisory Board of Conrad Electronic, a retailer of electronic components, based in Germany. During the period from 1995 to 2000 he was an Executive Vice President of Bertelsmann, a leading international media company. His professional education experience includes his cooperation with IEDC - Bled School of Management, where he has taught on the Executive MBA since 1992. Since 1996 he has also been a visiting Professor at the University Eichstätt in Germany. From 1994 until 2004 he was teaching the courses “Setting Strategic Direction” and “Business Transformation” at the Executive MBA of Henley Business School.
In 1987 he graduated from the Faculty of Economics at University of Ljubljana. In 1990 he gained his PhD at the Institute for Organization at Munich University. In 1999 he participated in the Executive Education Program at Harvard Business School. He is regularly publishing articles on change management in leading international magazines and newspapers. In 2003 his book Media Management – Leveraging Content for Profitable Growth was published by Springer publishing in New York.
Panel Discussion: Business Realities in SEE
as moderator at 16th CEEMAN Annual Conference “Management Education for the Realities of Emerging Markets”, Tirana 2008,
together with: Svetozar Janevski, Pandeli Garo, Iztok Seljak,