LBS CAREER CENTER MEETING DI Franz Viehböck

LBS CAREER CENTER MEETING DI Franz Viehböck

DI Franz Viehböck, Chief Technology Officer at Berndorf AG, paid a visit to Lauder Business School to talk about his approach to Management and Leadership as a key decision maker in a globally operating group.



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