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Expert insights for the controlling community.

In WHU Controlling & Management Review, editors Professor Utz Schäffer and Professor Jürgen Weber bridge the gap between research/academia and business practice. WHU Controlling & Management Review is the most cited journal on controlling and management in the German-speaking countries and provides a platform for a lively exchange of ideas within the controlling community.

  • We promote and foster exchange between practitioners and researchers.
  • We publish state-of-the-art research and findings on controlling and corporate management.
  • We present innovative ideas based on best practice cases to show you how to make your controlling even more successful.
  • We look beyond the field of controlling and give you brief and concise reports on other aspects of the finance function.
  • We present our content in a reader-friendly way that clearly communicates the author's core messages.
  • WHU Controlling & Management Review has been in circulation since 1957 (previously under the titles “krp – Kostenrechnungspraxis” and “Zeitschrift für Controlling und Management”).
  • Eight issues are published each year by Springer Gabler and are available to subscribers and via the SpringerProfessional and SpringerLink websites.
  • The readership includes board members, senior financial managers, and controllers in companies of all sizes.
  • WHU Controlling & Management Review is also aimed at academics wanting to present their research in a more goal-oriented and practice-based manner.
  • The editors are supported by two advisory boards: an Executive Advisory Board and an Academic Advisory Board.
  • The Executive Advisory Board comprises: Mark Frese, CFO of Hapag-Lloyd AG, Dr. Bernhard Günther, CFO of Innogy SE, Guido Kerkhoff, formerly CEO of thyssenkrupp AG, Carsten Knobel, CEO of Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, and Dr. Christian Bungenstock, partner of CTcon GmbH.
  • The Academic Advisory Board comprises: Professor Andrea Dossi (Bocconi University, Milan), Professor Martin Glaum (WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Vallendar), Professor Isabella Grabner (WU Vienna), Professor Dirk Hachmeister (University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart-Hohenheim), Professor Frank Hartmann (RSM Erasmus University, Rotterdam), Professor Thomas Hess (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich), Professor Bernhard Hirsch (Universität der Bundeswehr, Munich), Professor Martin Jacob (WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Vallendar), Professor Teemu Malmi (Aalto University, Helsinki), Professor Marko Reimer (WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Vallendar), Professor Markus Rudolf (WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Vallendar), and Professor Thorsten Sellhorn (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich).

Read more about WHU Controlling & Management Review:

2019

Schäffer, U./Weber, J.  (2019): Unternehmen mitgestalten. Controlling & Management Review, 63 (8), 3.

Schäffer, U./Weber, J.  (2019): Role Making ist gefragt. Controlling & Management Review, 63 (7), 3.

Schäffer, U./Weber, J.  (2019): Horizontal statt vertikal. Controlling & Management Review, 63 (6), 3.

Schäffer, U./Weber, J.  (2019): Die Vielzahl zählt! Controlling & Management Review, 63 (5), 3.

Schäffer, U./Weber, J.  (2019): Die zweite Welle. Controlling & Management Review, 63 (4), 3.

Schäffer, U./Weber, J.  (2019): Brauchen wir Boni wirklich? Controlling & Management Review, 63 (3), 3.

Schäffer, U./Weber, J.  (2019): Anspruch verpflichtet. Controlling & Management Review, 63 (2), 3.

Schäffer, U./Weber, J.  (2019): Weiter so! ist keine Option. Controlling & Management Review, 63 (1), 3.

2018

Schäffer, U./Weber, J. (2018): Fels in der Brandung?Controlling & Management Review, 62 (9), 3.

Schäffer, U./Weber, J. (2018): Handlanger, Kollegen, Konkurrenten? Controlling & Management Review, 62 (8), 3.

Schäffer, U. (2018): Ad multos annos! Celebrating Jürgen WeberControlling & Management Review, 62 (7), 3.

Schäffer, U. / Weber, J. (2018): Die eierlegende Wollmilchsau? Controlling & Management Review, 62 (6), 3.

Schäffer, U. / Weber, J. (2018): Neue Wege für das Target SettingControlling & Management Review, 62 (5), 3.

Schäffer, U. / Weber, J. (2018): Werden Sie agil! Controlling & Management Review, 62 (4), 3.

Schäffer, U. / Weber, J. (2018): "Für digitales Controlling zu klein?" Controlling & Management Review, 62 (3), 3.

Schäffer, U. / Weber, J. (2018): "Gatekeeper war gestern." Controlling & Management Review, 62 (2), 3.

Schäffer, U. / Weber, J. (2018): "Risiko – Was ist das eigentlich?" Controlling & Management Review, 62 (1), 3.

2020

Weber, J./Grünert, L. (2020). „Eine Krise zwingt uns, Prioritäten klarer zu setzen“. In dialogue with Lars Grünert. Controlling & Management Review 64 (6-7), 20-25.

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Schäffer, U./Hellebrand, H.-M. (2020). "Im agilen Modell steht der Controller mit auf dem Platz". In dialogue with Hans-Martin Hellebrand. Controlling & Management Review 64 (5), 8-14.

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Weber, J./Öfverström, L. (2020). "Das Team muss das Gefühl haben, dass das, was wir tun, auch eine Wirkung hat.“ In dialogue with Louise Öfverström. Controlling & Management Review 64 (4), 30-35.

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Schäffer, U./Scharner-Wolff, P. (2020). "Wir müssen unsere Haltung ändern." In dialogue with Petra Scharner-Wolff. Controlling & Management Review 64 (3), 16-21.

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Schäffer, U./Wolf, U. (2020). "Datenqualität zu sichern, ist kein Spaziergang". In dialogue with Ute Wolf. Controlling & Management Review 64 (2), 14-19.

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Schäffer, U./Erfurt, M./Hasenclever, C. (2020). "Digitalisierung ist kein Selbstzweck, sie muss sich rechnen". In dialogue with Martin Erfurt and Christian Hasenclever. Controlling & Management Review 64 (1), 16-21.

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2019

Schäffer, U./Kaschner, N. (2019). "Wir brauchen eine Infrastruktur, die es erlaubt, schnelle Entscheidungen zu treffen". In dialogue with Nils Kaschner. Controlling & Management Review 63 (8), 36-41.

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Schäffer, U./Goeldel, H. (2019). "Für eine CFO-Rolle braucht man heute Neugier und Mobilisierungskraft". In dialogue with Hanns Goeldel. Controlling & Management Review 63 (7), 8-13.

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Schäffer, U./Losbichler, H. (2019). "Das Idealbild der Controller gibt es tatsächlich - aber selten". In dialogue with Heimo Losbichler. Controlling & Management Review 63 (7), 32-37.

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Weber, J./Franz, D. (2019). "Der Finanzbereich muss in der Kontraktlogistik ganz nah am Business sein." In dialogue with Dietrich Franz. Controlling & Management Review 63 (6), 16-21.

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Schäffer, U./Messner, M. (2019). "Pluralität ist wichtig. Es liegt an uns, sie zu leben." In dialogue with Martin Messner.  Controlling & Management Review 63 (5), 26-31.

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Schäffer, U./Buxmann, P. (2019). "KI sehe ich als zweite Welle der Digitalisierung". In dialogue with Peter Buxmann.  Controlling & Management Review 63 (4), 18-23.

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Schäffer, U./Arens, A./Denny, T. (2019). "Kontinuierliches Feedback steht im Mittelpunkt". In dialogue with Armin Arens and Thomas Denny. Controlling & Management Review 63 (3), 18-23.

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Schäffer, U./Langer, C. (2019). "Digitalisierung braucht Geschwindigkeit in der Entscheidung". In dialogue with Christian Langer. Controlling & Management Review 63 (2), 26-31.

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Weber, J./Ginthum, M. (2019). "Das Mögliche wird schneller Realität, als man glaubt". In dialogue with Matthias Ginthum. Controlling & Management Review 63 (1), 16-21.

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2018

Weber, J./Bungenstock, C. (2018). „Einige betreiben Kostenrechnung ohne Zielbild für das Morgen“. In dialogue with Christian Bungenstock. Controlling & Management Review 62 (9), 8-15.

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Weber, J./Kuhnert, M. (2018). Robotics wird so selbstverständlich sein wie Elektrizität“. In dialogue with Marcus Kuhnert. Controlling & Management Review 62 (8), 24-29.

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Schäffer, U. (2018). „Wo Wissenschaft zur Praxis wird“. In dialogue with Jürgen Weber. Controlling & Management Review 62 (7), 8-13.

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Schäffer, U./Pradela, A. (2018). „Das Mindset muss sich verändern“. In dialogue with Adam Pradela. Controlling & Management Review 62 (6), 12-18.

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Schäffer, U./Chua, W. F./Sedatole, K. L. (2018). "Collaboration is the key. Why can't we get there?" In dialogue with Wai Fong Chua and Karen L. Sedatole. Controlling & Management Review 62 (5), 53-58.

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Weber, J./Asenkerschbaumer, S. (2018). „Wichtig ist, dass wir die agile Herangehensweise vorleben“. In dialogue with Stefan Asenkerschbaumer. Controlling & Management Review 62 (4), 18-23.

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Weber, J./Genten, S. (2018). „Der Digitalisierungshebel ist sehr schnell wirksam“. In dialogue with Stefan Genten. Controlling & Management Review 62 (3), 16-23.

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Weber, J./Klein, C. (2018). „Die Diskussion im Raum ist interaktiver geworden“. In dialogue with Christian Klein. Controlling & Management Review 62 (2), 8-13.

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Schäffer, U./Claassen (2018). „Wenn die Leute sich ihre Fakten selbst besorgen - super!”. In dialogue with Frank Claassen. Controlling & Management Review 62 (2), 32-37.

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Weber, J./Peter, A. (2018). „Methodisch gibt es einiges, was Unternehmen von Banken lernen können“. In dialogue with Andreas Peter. Controlling & Management Review 62 (1), 8-15.

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WHU Controlling & Management Review welcomes expert submissions on any topics related to controlling and management accounting, such as 

  • Accounting & Reporting,
  • Information & Technology,
  • Controllers & Managers, or
  • Corporate Management

Please download our standing call for papers. Papers can also be submitted for the following special issues:

  • Dashboard Design and Controlling - Deadline: March 1, 2021
  • Controlling Culture - Deadline: April 1, 2021

Feel free to contact us anytime at cmr(at)whu.edu for questions regarding topics and article submissions.

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