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Philo K. Holland III was born in San Francisco, California in 1961, and grew up in various cities across the United States before earning a Bachelor of Science in International Economics at the University of Utah and an MBA at the University of Wuerzburg.
After working in various managerial roles in the tech industry, including at a Korean subsidiary of Apple, founder of 2 start-ups. An inventive entrepreneur at heart, Philo is also known to have developed the world’s first online Automobile configurator with a self-managing price list and integrated inventory management system in 1996.
During his 8 years at T-Systems (business division of Deutsche Telekom AG), Philo led numerus international post-merger integration projects with 80 subsidiaries in 33 countries.
Finally, Philo decided to follow his life-long calling of bringing diverse people together. In 2009, he founded the Authentic Collaboration Space ("ACS"), a project aimed at creating a measurable and verified prejudice and discrimination-free collaboration framework. Since then, people from over 100 countries, over 60 academic fields, and over 120 professions have joined Philo in this effort.
Prof. Dr. Ronald Bogaschewsky
Ronald Bogaschewsky is a professor of Business Administration and Industrial Management at the University of Würzburg since 2001. He previously held the chair of business administration, particularly production management, at the Faculty of Economics at the Technical University of Dresden. He has been involved in various organizations such as the German Association of Materials Management, Purchasing and Logistics, Schmalenbach Society for Business Administration, and the Centrum für Supply Management GmbH. He operates a professional web platform for the public sector, and he conducts annual studies and advises companies on the transformation towards modern purchasing. He is also a member of various scientific commissions and is a reviewer for numerous international journals. He conducts studies, especially on sustainability issues, for the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety and the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture.
Dr. Lando Lotter
Lando Lotter is a doctor of law from Munich. After an apprenticeship as a syndic in the construction industry, he had the good fortune of finding out professionally that the world is really round. In England, Australia and the Czech Republic, he officially represented the bilateral economic relations between Germany and the partner countries for more than 20 years. Back in Germany, He then worked as MD of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce for Mainfranken in Würzburg. During retirement, he led special economic aid projects in Mongolia, Afghanistan, Madagascar and Zambia.
Prof. Dr. Holger Müller
Prof. Dr. Holger Müller is a Professor of Supply Chain Management at the Leipzig University of Applied Sciences (HTWK Leipzig), where he teaches and conducts research in the field of supply chain management. He received his PhD from the University of Hohenheim and his habilitation from the University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany. Prof. Müller has held academic positions at various institutions in Germany and abroad, including the University of Nottingham and the Vienna University of Economics and Business. He is also the co-founder and co-director of the Center for Supply Chain Management (CfSM), an interdisciplinary research center focused on promoting sustainable supply chain management practices. Prof. Müller's research interests include logistics and transportation, inventory management, and sustainability in supply chains, and he has published numerous articles in academic journals and presented his research at conferences around the world. In addition to his academic work, he is also involved in consulting projects with companies in various industries, providing expertise in supply chain management and logistics.