Productivity and Quality in Software-Projects Psychological Analyses and Optimization of Work Processes in Software-Development




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Prof. Dr. Michael Frese, University of Giessen and London Business School


Prof. Frese received his Diploma and Doctorate from the Free University of Berlin and Technical University Berlin respectively and holds now a chair for work and organizational psychology at the University of Giessen; He also teaches as a Visiting Professor at London Business School. Prior to this appointment, he has taught in Berlin, was Associate Professor at the University of Pennsylvania, and professor at the Universities of Munich and Amsterdam. In addition to lecturing within Germany, he lectured in the U.S.A., England, Finland, Sweden, Zimbabwe, Philippines, China (Visiting Professor at Zheijang Univ., Center for Human Resource and Strategic Development), and elsewhere internationally.

Prof. Frese’s research spans a wide range of basic and applied topics within work and organizational psychology. Most important are the longitudinal studies on psychological effects of unemployment, impact of stress at work, predictors of personal initiative in East Germany and psychological success factors in small scale entrepreneurs. These studies have led to a larger project on innovation. His field studies on errors and on shift work are also well known. In addition he is studying training - most importantly the concept of error training, leadership training and psychological training for increasing entrepreneurship and personal initiative. Most recently, he has done studies on cultural factors in organization and across nations, as well as research that looks at psychological success factors in entrepreneurs in developing countries (Africa, Latin America, and Asia) and in Europe.


Frese has authored more than 200 articles (in amongst other journals JAP, JOOP, JPSP, AMJ, JOB, ROB, and APIR) and was editor/author of more than 20 books and special issues. The books include Industrial Psychopathology (German), Goal-Directed Behavior: The Concept of Action in Psychology (English), Psychological Issues of Human-Computer Interaction in the Work Place (English), Computers in the Office and in Public Service (German), Productivity and Quality in Software-Projects - Psychological Analyses and Optimization of Work Processes in Software-Development (German), Successful Entrepreneurs: Psychological Analyses and Practical Suggestions for Entrepreneurs in East and West Germany (German and Russian), Success and failure of microbusiness owners in Africa: A psychological approach (English), and The Psychology of Entrepreneurship (SIOP Organizational Frontiers Series, English). He was elected Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (Division 14 of the American Psychological Association). His work is well-cited (he is the most frequently cited work and organizational psychologist in Germany or Holland and one of the most frequently cited Europeans). He has presented more than 25 invited keynote addresses, e.g., at the International Congresses in San Francisco (1998), in Stockholm (2000), and in Athens (2006).


Prof. Frese was President of the International Association of Applied Psychology (currently serving as officer), and president (speaker) and vice president of the division Work and Organizational Psychology in the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie, editor of the journal APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY: An International Review, Co-Editor of Psychologische Rundschau, and editorial board member of various book series (e.g., on entrepreneurship in Germany and SIOP Frontiers book series). He served or serves on the following Editorial Boards: Journal of Applied Psychology, Human Performance, Human Relations, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Applied Psychology: An International Review, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, Zeitschrift für Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie, Gedrag en Organisatie, Journal of Small Business Management, Zeitschrift für Arbeitswissenschaft, International Journal of Management Reviews, Journal of World Business, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.


His research was supported by large scale research grants (from 50 000 to a few million Euros) from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, the German government, Volkswagenstiftung, European Union, Nederlandse Wetenschap Organisatie, Mercedes-Benz, Opel, and Accenture, as well as other companies. He also serves as consultant and lecturer to the management of many companies (among others banks, technology firms, automobile, utilities, telecommunication, and computer industry).


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