Philipp S. Müller works for the IT industry and is the academic dean of the Business School (SMBS) of University of Salzburg. Until July 2007 he was a professor and director of the Master’s in Public Administration at the Graduate School for Public Administration and Public Policy of Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico, and before 2003, senior research associate at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs in Berlin. He received his Ph.D. in Political Science from Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich. In his research, he focuses on the interactions between information technologies, strategy, and leadership. His first academic publication on online strategy was in the ACM-Journal Database of Information Systems in 2003. He has published the monograph, Unearthing the Politics of Globalization (LIT 2004), the edited volume, Criticizing Global Governance (Palgrave MacMillan 2005) and Machiavelli.net: Strategy for a Many-to-Many World (Scoventa 2012). He has taught at the Harvard Kennedy School, Erfurt University, Universidad de los Andes, Ludwig-Maximilians University, and Zeppelin University. He consults major Fortune 500 companies, NGOs, and government’s worldwide on strategic issues.
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