Michael Henke received his PhD in Business Administration from the Technical University in Munich/Germany, and finished his habilitation in 2007. Prior to joining EBS as a Senior Professor, he worked as Senior Consultant with the Supply Management Group in St. Gallen, Switzerland. In his current role Michael Henke is responsible for teaching and research in the areas of Financial and Management Accounting, Supply Management, Supply Risk Management, Supply Performance Management, Supply Controlling and others. Additionally, he is leading and developing various research projects in the field of Financial Supply Chain Management in cooperation with well-known international enterprises. His research findings can be found in numerous journal articles, book sections as well as books.
Daniel Hollos received his PhD in Business Administration from the EBS University in Oestrich-Winkel, Germany. Prior to joining EBS, he studied business engineering at the KIT in Karlsruhe, Germany, with stays at the Utrecht School of Economics, Netherlands, as well as the Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. He worked as consultant in a top-management consultancy in Munich, Germany, before joining the EBS as doctoral student and writing his thesis about Sustainable Supply Chain Management with stays in Zürich, Switzerland. In his current role Daniel Hollos is responsible for and managing various research projects in the field of Supply Chain Risk Management, Supply Chain Performance Measurement, and Sustainability in Supply Chain Management in cooperation with well-known international enterprises.