Mark Mueller-Eberstein

CEO of Adgetec Corporation and thought leader on IT and business trends; global keynote speaker & Bestselling Author

Global business and thought leader with over 15 years of experience in the IT industry and a strong track record in Product Management, Business Development and Marketing Strategies. Proven results leading and coaching high performance teams and individuals to project completion on time and under budget. Experienced partnering with Senior Executives to plan and execute against strategic imperatives. Expertise managing Intellectual Property, turn-around situations, cross-cultural environments and functional disciplines. He has always been fascinated by the importance of combining human and technical factors to fundamentally improve businesses and drive innovation. A passion he nurtured during his previous leadership positions in Microsoft and HP as well.

Mark is known as for:

  • International and cross culture experience in EMEA, Americas, Asia; globally active
  • Highly effective cross group and cross function (engineering, development, marketing, legal, sales)
  • Recognized as strategic leader, results oriented, excellence in dealing with ambiguity, defining goals and delivering high quality also under pressure
  • Teacher & speaker on leadership, strategy & IT as success factor for success; highly rated by decision makers of Fortune 500 orgs
Expertise: 

Organizational Strategy, Technology Strategy

My Blogs

Rutgers Business School News

Change is possible! Companies and people can quickly implement a new vision. With "customer first" focus, T-Mobile transformed their business and people within one year.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Bold results start with a clear vision. Many of the examples of creating customer centric organizations with agile management are from smaller companies with enlightened and modern leadership (like Rovio, the maker of the “Angry Birds”). But large organizations can transform, too, with clear vision and leadership. The change requires more than solid leadership, though. It goes deeper with processes being transformed, modern technologies and methodologies leveraged, and people empowered to create simplicity and greater customer value. More ›

TAGS: Change Management Customer Focus Executive Education Mark Mueller-Eberstein Mobile Marketing

Rutgers Business School News

Will Microsoft Innovate or Evaporate

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Can Microsoft learn (e.g. from customers) and realize Innovations? Big, innovative thoughts have been part of Microsoft's history. Vision videos http://www.theverge.com/2014/6/8/5790798/microsoft-1999-vision-of-the-smart-home from the late 90s and early 2000s are legendary. They envision a mobile and connected world that adds unlimited value to people's life. However, realizing those innovative ideas into new and groundbreaking products and services that customer "want more of" has been a consistent—and well-documented--struggle. More ›

TAGS: Executive Education Innovation Mark Mueller-Eberstein Microsoft Technology

Rutgers Business School News

What Apple and AT&T should learn from Alibaba when pre-ordering an iPhone 6

Monday, September 15, 2014

Did you try to order the new Apple iPhone in the early hours of September 12th? Or followed the Twitter #iPhone6plus during the early hours of “pre-ordering”? What was or is your experience? And how would you like it to be? Wasting time an commiserating on twitter? Or simply getting what you want quickly and reliably? More ›

TAGS: Consumer Behavior Digital Marketing Executive Education Mark Mueller-Eberstein Marketing Rutgers Business School