Kathrin M. Möslein (born in 1966) studied computer science and business management at TU Munich, LMU Munich and ETH Zurich. She completed her doctoral degree in 1999 (TUM) and her habilitation in 2004 (TUM) before being appointed Chair of Strategic Management and Organization at HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management in 2005. She has been Chair of Innovation and Value Creation since 2007. Kathrin Möslein has held various roles, including as associate director of the Advanced Institute of Management Research (AIM) at the London Business School (2003–2005), vice president of the European Academy of Management (EURAM) (2006–2012), dean of research at the School of Business and Economics at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) (2007–2012) and member of the Business School Panel of the UK Research Excellence Framework (UK REF) (2008–2014). She is currently a member of advisory boards of national and international organizations, such as the Cambridge Service Alliance (CSA) at the University of Cambridge, Munich Business School and the Peter Pribilla Foundation at TUM. In 2015, she has been elected as EURAM Fellow.
Her research and teaching focus on strategic innovation, cooperation and management, and the digital transformation of organizations. In close collaboration with the Fraunhofer IIS-SCS, she established the JOSEPHS® research platform in the Nuremberg city center.