Dr. Oliver Loisel

Dr.-Oliver-Loisel

Assistant Professor |  Department of Business Administration

With extensive experience in corporate management as well as management consultancy, Oliver Loisel balances strategy, business models and processes with E-Business and IT. His work covered the process industry, energy supply and infrastructure, governmental and education, banking, insurance and IT. As co-founder of the ATLAS group, he built up several companies in the service and IT industry and actively manages them. Dr. Loisel´s focus is on strategy and business models in the internet of things.

Dr. Loisel has more than 15 years of experience in top management consulting and adult education. He trained companies, managers, undergraduate and postgraduate students regarding General Management, Strategic Management, Entrepreneurship and Innovation. For over a decade he held several hundreds of speeches during Europe´s largest E-Business Roadshow.

Oliver Loisel is an Austrian national based in Switzerland and has been active in the Middle East since 2011.

Awards and Recognition

  • Member of the Austrian United Arab Emirates Association
  • Contributor to several industry magazines

Research Areas

  • Strategies, Business Models and Ecosystems in the Internet of Things

Professional Background

  • Managing Partner and CEO, ATLAS group
  • Project Manager, Malik Management Zentrum St. Gallen
  • Interim Manager, ÖBB Holding
  • Executive Partner, Loisel.Consulting
  • Project Manager, IDC
  • Project Manager, Braintrust

Educational Background

  • Doctor of Laws, University of Vienna, Austria, 2008
  • Master of Science Human Resource Management and Organizational Development, PEF Private University for Management, Vienna, Austria, 2004
  • Master of Business Administration, University of Economics and Business Administration, Vienna, Austria, 2004
  • Master of Advanced Studies Information Technology Consulting, Danube University, Krems, Austria, 2002
  • Master of Laws, University of Vienna, Austria, 2001

Publications and Insights

  • 2016: Loisel: Internet of Things strategy and roadmap, Computerwelt 14
  • 2016: Loisel: What Netflix has got to do with socks, Computerwelt 6
  • 2015: Keuschnigg/ Loisel: 5 assumptions on digitization in the industrial sector, Industry Magazine, 12
  • 2007: IPTV´s contribution to the challenges of rural regions, Malik, Vienna
  • 2006 Loisel: Innovation in the knowledge economy: Protecting Intellectual Property as a fundamental driver of economic growth and location attractiveness, Malik, Vienna
  • 2005 Loisel/ Heimerl: Learning with case studies in organisational and personnel development, Linde, Vienna