Management TeamProf. Dr. Robert WinterRobert Winter has been professor of information management at the University of St. Gallen and director of the Institute of Information Management at the University of St. Gallen (IWI-HSG) since 1996. Alongside teaching, research and further training, Robert Winter is an active contributor to his specialist field of enterprise-wide aspects of information management as (co-)editor of various book series and academic journals, and as a member of academic associations. He provides guidance and insights for CC KEY’s scientific activities.Prof. Dr. Peter RohnerPeter Rohner has been an entrepreneur since 1989. He is chairman of the board of directors of the Business Engineering Group (BEG) and takes an active role in promoting business as a board member of the Thurgau Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Since 2005, he has also held a teaching post at the University of St. Gallen and heads research projects at the chair of Robert Winter. Both share a strong interest in project leadership within management as the key to the success of change projects. Peter Rohner is the operational director of CC KEY and ensures positive impacts through knowledge transfer between research and the world of practice.Tina MorawekTina Morawek is a trained aircraft builder and aeronautical engineer, and holds a master’s degree in engineering management. For several years, she was involved with large international projects in the high-tech sector. As a result of her practical experience and her IPMA certification, she is well-versed in the particular challenges of complex projects. In parallel with her scientific activities as an external doctoral student at CC KEY, she works as project manager with a company that provides its customers with assistance for large projects. Tina Morawek organizes the activities of CC KEY and is the first point of contact for all questions relating to CC KEY.Caroline KiselevCaroline Kiselev studied Business Innovation at the University of St. Gallen (M.A. HSG). During her studies she worked for several projects, e.g. for the Cybathlon at the Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Systems at ETH Zurich. She has accessed large, complex projects through research and practice and understands their character. Caroline Kiselev develops and organizes the activities of our Co-Center for Project Governance (ICPG) ICPG and supports the the CC KEY. In parallel, she is external PhD Student at the Institute of Information Management at the University of St. Gallen (IWI-HSG) and conducts research in the fields of project governance and agile transformation.Jan-Philipp SchieleJan-Philipp Schiele studied industrial- /organizational psychology in Erding and business administration in Salzburg. Meanwhile, he gained experience in financial industry, completed an additional degree in IT management and specialized in developing digital business models. After different positions in sales & distribution, operations and controlling, Jan-Philipp Schiele workes as Manager Project Portfolio at Swiss Life since 2015, where he coordinates all activities concerning strategic projects executed in the the german business unit. As an external PhD student his primary research interest is based in project portfolio governance and its change in agile environments.Roman KlimenkoRoman Klimenko holds two Master’s Degrees, one in Project Management (Warwick University, UK) and one in Computer Science and Engineering (Moscow State Technical University, Russia). While working in Management Consulting (Accenture), Roman focused on re-designing business processes for successful IT system integration into Retail and Banking companies. Apart from industry experience, Roman has been leading the Global Business department in Khon Kaen University (Thailand) and exploring business approach of Asia-Pacific companies during his teaching experience in Kyorin University (Tokyo, Japan). Roman is currently pursuing his external PhD at the Institute of Information Management at the University of St. Gallen (IWI-HSG) focusing on project success factors at the project leadership level.