Hi there, my name is Johannes Musseleck. For as long as I can remember I have been a sports fan. That includes many kinds of sports, from soccer to (american) football, from baseball to basketball etc.
On the professional level I held several positions in management of large multinational companies, including topics such as marketing, sales, strategy and innovation management.
I have a passion to examine and to create new ideas. This page is an outlet for some of these examinations and ideas. Sometimes they may sound weird, sometimes they may be unspectacular and sometimes they might even be a bit over the top. I hope they won’t offend you and in turn maybe from time to time inspire you take different views or to create new ideas.
About this Page
This page tries to bring two of my passions together: Sports and business. The world of sports is fascinating and with every match day things start all over again. This quickness and the attention it gets, combined with the complexity and high number of people involved got me interested in transferring stuff that I saw or learned from watching sports to the business context. There are a lot of interesting examinations to be made and I would like to share and discuss them with you here. Hope you’ll enjoy it, too.
I try to update this page once a week, every Monday. And as I’m German, English is not my native language, so please be invited to inform me when what I was writing is not correct.
Invitation to interact and discuss
Both sports and business have in common that everybody has an opinion on how things could be done, changed or improved. We share them after the game with our friends or at the office with our colleagues. In this blog I share some of my views and opinions, my examinations and ideas with you. And I would love to hear about yours.
There are multiple ways to share: The easiest is to comment on a post. The comment field is below each post. If it isn’t, just click on the headline of the post and it will appear. Once you did you can also highlight any part of the text with your mouse and comment on that particular part or share it e.g. via Twitter or Facebook.
Speaking of Facebook, there’s also a fan page on which from time to time some topics are launched for discussion.
And if you like the page, please share it with others. You can easily tweet about any blog post by clicking the small “retweet” button on the upper right of the post. Or why don’t you use the small icons below each post? Thank you for your support!