A structure remains a structure only if it is used again and again as such.
Alexander Martin Heindl (born 1989) studied business administration and philosophy in Munich and Tel Aviv. He then researched and taught as a research assistant in an interdisciplinary research project at the Munich School of Philosophy. Based on his Design Thinking education at the Hasso Plattner Institute, he accompanied parallel organizations in transformation and innovation processes. He is doing his doctorate on the topic of “solidarity” and is about to complete his dissertation in social philosophy. As a consultant, he focuses on organizational analyses, reorganizations, cultural transformations and strategy processes in various industries – including media or financial service providers.
Alexander prefers to spend his time shooting balls at baskets, gliding across water on skis, exploring (sub)cultural space, and engaging in democratic activism. He also enjoys writing philosophical texts and passionately immerses himself in literary worlds of fantasy and experience.