Hans Wehrmann (born 9 May 1962 in Hanover) is a German entrepreneur, economist, and author of literature in scientific management.
Studies and Business Career
Wehrmann started his career during his schooldays as an independent entrepreneur by dealing in used refrigerators, stoves, and washing machines. He studied economy in German and French at Fribourg University in Switzerland, achieving a Dr. rer. pol. Additionally he held a Master of Business Administration (MBA) of the University INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France. He covered the costs for his studies in Switzerland and for the MBA program by founding a publishing house as well as organizing management and recruiting seminars.
He worked for Boston Consulting Group in Germany, afterwards founding the Certina Holding AG and growing it into an international conglomerate.
As a scientist he works on the integration of systems and evolutionary theory into economic science and the dynamics of organizational development.
Wehrmann is divorced from German actress Giulia Siegel.
Academic Works (Extract)
- System- und Evolutionstheoretische Betrachtungen der Organisationsentwicklung, 1995, Frankfurt am Main
- Management im Wandel. Freiburger Gespräche 1987/1988, hrsg. von Norbert Thom, Hamburg u. a. 1989