Jörg Metelmann

Jörg Metelmann

Jörg Metelmann

Prof. Dr.
Müller-Friedberg-Strasse 6/8
9000 St. Gallen
Main Focuses
  • Media Change and Digitization
  • Storytelling
  • Coaching and Self-Governance

1991-1997: Studies German Literature, Philosophy, Political Sciences and Public Law, M.A.

June 2003: Doctorate (Dr. phil.) in Media and Cultural Studies, Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen

September 2014: Habilitation / Post-doctoral Thesis, University of St.Gallen

Professional Career

1997-1998: Bookseller, Hamburg

1998-2003: Radio Journalist (Freelancer), Hamburg/Berlin

2003-2005: Research Associate at Institute of Sociology of Religion / Theology, Humboldt-University Berlin; Project "Media Religion" (German Research Foundation)

2005-2006: Project Staff McKinsey Germany, Munich

2006-2007: Site Manager and Coach, Kronos Network (Education and Consulting firm), Wuppertal

2007-2009: Research Associate at Center for Leadership and Values in Society (CLVS), School of Management, University of St.Gall, Project "Public Value Management" (Case Study: Federal Labor Agency Germany)

2009-2010: Representative of Director Leadership Skills in the Contextual Studies, University of St.Gall

2010- : Program Director Leadership Skills

2010-2012: Project Leader (with Dr. Scott Loren) of Research Project "Aesthetics of Irritation", Cluster "Cultures, Institutions, Markets" (KIM)

2013-2015: Assistant Professor of Culture and Media Studies

2013-2016: Project Coordinator "Humanities' Business. European Perspectives on Management Education"

2015: Associate Professor of Culture and Media Studies

Affiliations GfM - Gesellschaft für Medienwissenschaft
NECS - European Network for Cinema and Media Studies

Scholarship Bavarian Program for Highly Skilled
Dissertation Grant of Foundation "Education and Science" in the Association for the Promotion of Science and Humanities in Germany 

Additional Information

2007-2010, 2014- : Coach in the Coaching-Programm of the University of St.Gallen.

May/June 2014: HANIEL Research Fellow at the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, (MPP), Copenhagen Business School.

February/March 2017: Guest Professor at the Department of Management, Ca' Foscari University, Venice.