Prof. Dr.

Peter Speck

Honorary Professor
Chair of Organization

Contact

+49 711 685-83156
+49 711 685-82764

Business card (VCF)

Keplerstraße 17
70174 Stuttgart
Germany
Room: 6.032

Office Hours

by appointment

  • Brauner, D. J. und Speck, P. (2015), Berufsziel Ingenier/Wirtschaftsingenieur. Insider berichten über Berufszugang, Tätigkeitsbereiche, Perspektiven, 2. Aufl., Sternenfels 2015
  • Brauner, D. J. und Speck, P. (2014), Bildungsinnovationen. Neue Bildungskonzepte und Geschäftsmodelle, Sternenfels 2014
  • Speck, P. (Hrsg.) (2009), Employability. Herausforderungen für die strategische Personalentwicklung. Konzepte für eine flexible innovationsorientierte Arbeitswelt von morgen, 4. Aufl., Wiesbaden 2009
  • Speck, P. und Wagner, D. (2003), Personalmanagement im Wandel. Vom Dienstleister zum Businesspartner, Wiesbaden 2003
  • Dietl, S. F. und Speck, P. (2003), Strategisches Ausbildungsmanagement. Berufsausbildung als Wertschöpfungsprozess, Heidelberg 2003
  • Speck, P. (1985), Einführung eines Personalbeurteilungssystems. dargestellt am empirische Beispiel eines Mitttelbetriebes, Stuttgart 1985
 

Prof. Peter Speck, technically oriented business administrator (Diploma), worked as an assistant at the chair for general business administration and personnel management at the University of Stuttgart held by Prof. Karl-Friedrich Ackermann from 1980 to 1985.

From 1985 to 1992 Prof. Peter Speck worked in several positions in employee management at the Landesgirokasse Stuttgart. From 1993 to 2006 Prof. Speck was the head of the personnel department at the FESTO AG & Co. KG, Esslingen. Since 1993 Prof. Peter Speck is also the director of the FESTO learning center Saar GmbH, St. Ingbert-Rohrbach, since 2007 person in charge of the Festo education fond and additionally head of the Steinbeis-Transfer-Instituts Corporate Educational Responsibility since 2012.

Prof. Speck works as a lecturer at the University of Stuttgart as well as at the Berufsakademie Stuttgart. Since 2005 he is assistant lecturer and in addition to that he is honorary professor at the chair for general business administration and organization at the University of Stuttgart since June 2010. As an instructor and consultant he has been concerned with several topics in personnel management, especially with “personnel instruments”, “personnel planning”, “personnel development” and “personnel controlling”. Prof. Speck has published more than 100 papers on different personnel management topics. In 2009 the 4. volume of the miscellany "Employability - Herausforderungen für die strategische Personalentwicklung” was released with him being the publisher.

 
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