Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Johann Nagengast

  • Project Management
  • International Management
  • Team Building

Professor

Dean of MBA General Management, Director of Foreign Affairs DIT, Dean of Electives DIT


consulting time

Personal meetings on individual demand after prior appointment via mail, johann.nagengast@th-deg.de


JournalArticle
  • C. Pedersen
  • Johann Nagengast
The virtues of the virtual organization , vol7
  • 2008
Purpose – This paper attempts to conceptually clarify and examine success factors for the establishment and subsequent sale of a successful small virtual organization, Millennium3, in the financial services sector in Australia. Design/methodology/approach – The paper describes the concept of a virtual organization, outlines some distinct characteristics of virtual organizations and provides some historical and current background to Millennium3 (M3). It then provides a descriptive evaluation of outcomes from semi‐structured interviews with all M3 executives and, based on those interviews and organizational structure, examines its overall performance. Findings – The following values describe how M3 conducts business: lifelong learning; teaching by example; interdependence; customer intimacy; all relationships founded on a win/win basis; and respect and courtesy. Originality/value – The paper concludes with some critical success factors for M3 and gives the reader an idea how a corporation successfully works as a virtual organization.
  • Angewandte Wirtschaftswissenschaften F_EN: Applied Economics
Book
  • Johann Nagengast
Outsourcing von Dienstleistungen industrieller Unternehmen Eine theoretische und empirische Analyse , vol67
  • 1997
  • Angewandte Wirtschaftswissenschaften F_EN: Applied Economics