Dr. Philip Cordes Berszinn
Philip came to +RASMUSSEN in March 2017. In the past, he was responsible for initiating strategic partnerships and client relations.
Schüsselkorb 19, 28195 Bremen, Germany
Philip joined the +RASMUSSEN team in March 2017. Previously Head of Business Development at Jacobs University – one of Germany’s leading international education and research institutions – Philip was responsible for initiating strategic partnerships and client relations with special emphasis on German and Chinese multinational corporations.
In the business solutions department he managed an international team with innovative marketing and sales campaigns in the B2B sector, he developed executive education programs in the fields of Leadership & Management, Big Data and Industry 4.0, and he made comprehensive experiences in presenting service proposals to the C-suite level.
Prior to his Head of Business Development role, Philip was part of leading the corporate restructuring process at Jacobs University, in which he jointly developed and implemented the strategic plan for reorganizing and re-designing the entire university with a sustainable new business model. In this role, he consulted the different functional departments on an operative level as well as the leadership on a strategic level through developing, implementing and progress reporting on the many change projects.
Philip holds a PhD in the field of Organization and Management and is author of the Book 'Dynamic Capabilities – How Organizational Structures Affect Knowledge Processes' (published by palgrave macmillan 2013). He was involved in a large-scale interdisciplinary research project on autonomous cooperation in logistics systems with a strong focus on industry 4.0 technologies and applications.
In academia, he also taught classes and gave seminars on topics like »Strategic and Innovation Management« or »Tools and Methods of Business Consulting« and was supervisor of 50+ bachelor and master theses.
His passion for organizational development and new, innovative business models in times of digitization played always a significant role in his work and his projects. He complemented his professional profile further by trainings on visual storytelling and leadership communication.
Other facts: Passion for music and playing with his own band all over Germany.