Theses at the =mcm institute Are you interested in a Bachelor’s or Master’s thesis topic from one of our disciplines? Please contact your chosen supervisor directly. Overview of the subject areas for Bachelor and Master Theses Prof. Dr. Martin J. Eppler Prof. Dr. Martin J. Eppler Knowledge management, knowledge communication, knowledge visualisation, strategy implementation. Topics on request. Actual topics: Prof. Dr. Martin Eppler Strategy Implementation in the NPO Sector: Cases and Approaches Stakeholder Engagement in NPOs: Cases and Approaches NPO Strategy Communication: Cases and Approaches Mapping Stakeholder Constellations: Towards an Inventory of Archetypes Mixed Methods Approaches in Social Sciences: An Analysis of the State-of-the Art Approaches to combine qualitative and quantitative research through visualization: an exploratory study. Der NPO Sektor in der Schweiz: Versuch einer konzeptionellen Landkarte Issue Management in the NPO Sector: cases and approaches Diagrammatic Tools for the NPO Context Change Management for the Legal Profession Change Analytics: Using Data in Transformation Efforts A Literature Review on Presentation Biases Prof. Dr. Sabrina Bresciani (English supervision only) *On maternity leave until April 2018* Business diagrams and presentations across the world: Africa/ South America/ Asia Intercultural and cross-cultural communication (India, Asia, Latin America) Visual leadership/career development with visual methods Horse facilitated learning for enhancing leadership and communication skills E-learning in developing countries /e-learning in college education: cases and best practices Effectiveness of visual representations for health communication in developing countries Visual methods for social entrepreneurs Pinterest for collaborative work and enhancing creativity Prof. Dr. Miriam Meckel Prof. Dr. Miriam Meckel Communication management, corporate communication, issues management, crisis communication, change communication, integrated communication, transparency, corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, public affairs and lobbying, investor relations, media relations. Prof. Dr. Vincent Kaufmann Prof. Dr. Vincent Kaufmann Media history and theory (origin, transformation and effects of media and their cultural, aesthetic and social significance), book and publishing studies, journalism, the literature business and theory. Prof. Dr. Katarina Stanoevska Prof. Dr. Katarina Stanoevska Digitalization of Products and Customer Processes, Digital Business Models, Digital Communication, Digital Users, Digital Competencies, Digital Performance Mesuring (Analytics), Online Communication, Blogs, Web 2.0, Mobile Marketing, Redesigning Websites.