Trainers

Experienced Specialists for the Pharmaceutical Industry

Dr. Adam Sobanski

Dr. Sobanski is based in the city of Düsseldorf. Ever since the start of his career, this PhD graduate in chemistry has supported leading international pharmaceutical companies with their strategy and their organizational development in the fields of R&D and regulatory affairs. Dr. Sobanski works as a certified coach, change manager, consultant, and trainer.

In his publications and lectures, he provides entrepreneurs and managers from the pharma sector with mental models and implementation strategies that will remain effective long-term.

 

Armin Neises

Armin Neises is based in Trier, Southwest Germany. As a mechanical engineer and Certified General Manager, he has gained many years of experience in strategic development and implementation and in industrial training for specialists and managers. Armin Neises is a certified change coach and strategic business process manager, a six-sigma black belt, a Certified Business Process Professional (CBPP™), a process-oriented organizational developer, a Solutions Focused Professional (SFCT), and a certified Eden Consultant (BPM maturity model EDEN e.V.).

Neises heads up the MAIN5 Institute with responsibility for the qualification, training, and professional development of trainers, as well as the organization’s methods and leadership curriculum.

 

Dr. Dirk Kasel

Dr. Dirk Kasel is based in Cologne. With a PhD in chemistry, he draws on more than 13 years’ experience in Pharma R&D, mergers and acquisitions, and business process management in the pharmaceutical sector. Dr. Kasel is certified as a Certified Business Process Professional (CBPP™), a process-orientated organizational developer, a Solutions Focused Professional (SFCT), and a certified Eden Consultant (BPM maturity model EDEN e.V.).

In his seminars and workshops, Dr. Kasel trains specialists and managers from the pharmaceutical sector in the development and implementation of their corporate strategies and in new management paradigms based on business process management principles.