As teenager, I spent many hours listening to this German rock band called "Die Ärzte” and in one of their songs, the main theme goes something like this: “It is not your fault that the world is as it is, yet, it would be your fault if it ...
Martin Kupp informs us about a simple, yet efficient, formula capable of fostering the creativity of a group of different individuals.
"People have to be ready to share emotions and feelings about their work."
Martin Kupp talks about his road to teaching and how Lady Gaga helped him change the question to how to become a great teacher, and about how teaching is really a learning experience and is centrally about the students.
Martin Kupp is an associate professor for entrepreneurship at ESCP Europe, Paris and a visiting professor at EGP Business School in Portugal and the ESMT Berlin, Germany. Before that Martin worked as a program director at ESMT and a lecturer and research assistant at the University of Cologne, where he also received his doctoral degree.
Martin's area of expertise lies in strategic innovation, competitive strategy and organizational creativity. He has worked for clients such as Bosch, ThyssenKrupp, Siemens, MAN, Coca-Cola, Deutsche Bank, and Bertelsmann. Martin's current research interests focus on the relationship between arts and business, business strategy in technology markets, strategic and technology-enabled innovation. In these areas Martin has designed programs, workshops and regularly gives key note speeches.
Martin's recent publications have appeared in California Management Review, MIT Sloan Management Review, Business Strategy Review, Info Journal, Financial Times, The Economist, The Economic Times of India and the Wall Street Journal.