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Joachim P. Hasebrook  (Germany) -

Joachim P. Hasebrook (Germany)

Field Management information and learning support systems
Education Joachim studied psychology and computer science at the University of Marburg (Germany). He wrote his doctoral thesis about learning with hypermedia at the University of Giessen (Germany) and received his second doctorate at the Technical University of Graz (Austria). He was also trained as a professional editor and journalist in Germany and attended executive management courses at Goizueta Business School in Atlanta (USA).
Bio Joachim worked as a research assistant and research fellow of different universities implementing and evaluating multimedia and hypertext systems. He also implemented and evaluated expert systems for vocational guidance in charge of Germany's Federal Agency for Labor. He was product manager of a series of multimedia CD-ROM concerning job applications, job profiles and vocational guidance. Joachim worked several years for Bankakademie, a non-profit assocation for further education of Germany's private banks. He was head of the department developing all concepts and programs of Bankakademie. He was founder and Co-CEO of Knowbotic Systems Ltd., a company developing applications of distributed computational intelligence, which received the start-up award of the City of Frankfurt in 2001. He was also founder and managing director of efiport Inc., the e-learning company of the private banks of Germany - now serving more than 120.000 learners in Germany and Europe and winner of several e-learning and ASP a wards. Since April 2004, he is professor for e-learning & work design and director executive education at ISNM. Joachim wrote and edited ten books about multimedia, hypermedia and collaborative learning. He wrote more than 100 articles and served as supervisor and expert for technical options assessment of the German and European parliament. He also wrote expert opinions in charge of German and Austrian ministries and is project leader of several research and pilot projects including Economic Value of Human Capital: Competence-Based Valuation of Intellectual Capital and Learning Tolerance: A Web and Learning Portal. Joachim serves as a member of several editing and conference boards, such as Journal of Universial Computer Science, German Journal of Educational Psychology, and E-Learn (a AACE conference), Knowledge Based Engineering Conference.
Courses Joachim teaches the use and evaluation of management information and learning support systems, explains the role of strategic competence management, helps to study work (place) design, and to understand the (sometimes abnormal) psychology of organizations.