Making something wonderful out of many small pieces

von Aline Geick am 9/5/18 um 11:19 AM Uhr

Beitragsbild_1_660x330My name is Aline Geick. I am a chemist – an occupation I love – and a project manager for Bayer Business Consulting (BC). I joined Bayer in 2017, after spending five years as a management consultant for a major international top management consulting firm. Already during my studies, which I completed with a Master ... Read more

Digital Transformation and Strategy – A Demanding Combination

von Natalie Matthesius am 7/16/18 um 12:41 PM Uhr

My name is Daniel Hölzl, and during the gap year between my bachelor’s and master’s degrees I interned for the Domain Management team at Bayer Business Services GmbH (BBS) for five months.  I originally come from Austria, and I completed my bachelor’s degree in Business & Management at the Management Center Innsbruck. In the course ... Read more

Helping gain practical benefits from scientific research

von Hovsep Mahdessian am 6/28/18 um 6:29 AM Uhr

The overarching aim and the real essence of my day-to-day work as a Medical Scientific Liaison (MSL) Manager is to help a) external stakeholders, i.e. all physicians who use our medications to treat patients, and b) internal stakeholders and colleagues within different departments across Bayer to gain practical benefits from scientific research findings. You could ... Read more

Diversity is key

von Julien Devaux am 6/21/18 um 11:46 AM Uhr

Back in July 2011 when I, Julien Devaux, first joined Bayer in Leverkusen as a young and openly gay HR professional, I was rather surprised by the low visibility of LGBTIQ topics across the organization – especially in the heart of North-Rhine Westphalia, a region known throughout Germany for its very open, diverse and welcoming ... Read more

How innovative is Bayer IT?

von Samira Poier am 12/20/17 um 1:13 PM Uhr

My name is Jonas Hellweg and I’m studying business administration at the Georg August University in Göttingen, with a focus on business information technology, marketing and management. Since I’ll be graduating soon, I started thinking about my career and decided to attend a job fair in Berlin in spring 2017. I received several invitations to ... Read more

From Vienna to Berlin in Digital Marketing

von Johannes Lettner am 12/8/17 um 7:04 AM Uhr

Hi, my name is Johannes Lettner. I’m 24 years old and I’m originally from Austria, although I now live in Berlin. After my internship is over, I will go back to the Netherlands to complete my master’s degree in international management at the Rotterdam School of Management. Like any true Austrian, I love winter sports ... Read more

Bayer’s Global Supply Chain Management Trainee Program

von Melanie Kakies am 12/1/17 um 7:56 AM Uhr

My name is Melanie Kakies and I am enrolled in Bayer’s Global Supply Chain Management Trainee Program. In this blog I would like to give you an insight into how this program is designed, which tasks I have been able to perform during my assignments and share my thoughts and impressions on the program as ... Read more

Be passionate, be creative, be digital!

von Tina Baschin am 11/20/17 um 9:28 AM Uhr

My name is Tina Baschin and I work as a Digital Marketing Consultant in Marketing and Sales IT where I support various marketing teams in Berlin. I graduated from Bayer’s dual study program with a Bachelor of Arts in International Business Administration in 2015 and transferred directly to my current role. Being a digital native, ... Read more

Stay Connected after your internship

von Lisa Gehring am 11/7/17 um 10:00 AM Uhr

My name is Lisa, I’m 24 years old, and I’m working towards my Master’s degree in bioengineering at the Technical University of Dortmund. I started my internship at Bayer’s facility in Bergkamen on April 1, 2016.  My internship was in the Plant Engineering & Technology Production department at one of the factory’s active ingredient plants. ... Read more

Two days of German-Dutch hospitality

von Ann Steinbach am 10/17/17 um 7:39 AM Uhr

Both Ann and Jeannot are currently doing internships at Bayer. Jeannot works in Maastricht, Ann in Leverkusen. They each visited the other for one day to find out about the different ways of working in their respective countries, and what they could learn from one another. They’ve shared their experiences in their joint contribution to ... Read more