Frank Schneider

Frank Schneider

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Frank Schneider is responsible for ongoing operations and strategic partnerships by working closely with SoL North America’s growing global community of organizations, individuals and networks committed to fundamental systems change and advancing the state-of-art in building learning organizations. Frank joined SoL North America in 2001 and most recently has been responsible for enrollment and production of all the SoL North America capacity building workshops. Previously Frank’s work focused on engagement of members and clients along with business development.

Prior to joining SoL North America in 2001, Frank was a credit analyst for business loans at Deutsche Bank AG in Germany. In this role he worked with managers of German and French business clients and consulted with several start-up clients assisting them to expand nationwide. Subsequently, he became a Human Resource Manager in one of Germany’s largest research centers taking responsibility for 900 employees of various scientific-technical and commercial professions in 12 of the center’s research departments. Frank received his undergraduate degree from universities in Germany and France and completed internships in several multinational companies in Luxembourg, France, and Canada. As a member of AIESEC he organized numerous workshops on developing communication skills and understanding management and leadership in turbulent times.

Frank received his MBA from Boston College, where he was awarded with the Edgar F. Huse Memorial Award for his outstanding contribution to the field of organization studies. Frank has published articles in The Systems Thinker and Reflections: The SoL North America Journal, and is a member of the Honors Society Beta Gamma Sigma. Contact Frank at +1.617.300.9535 or frank[at]solonline.org.

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Systems Thinking at BMW: Clearing Up Germany’s Traffic Jam

For most of us who own cars, the automobile is a powerful symbol of economic status, self-reliance, and individual freedom. A privately owned car …