Stefan Müller was born in 1974 in a small town in the western Palatinate. He grew up in a loving, caring and appreciative home, where he was given both an interest in science by his father and a caring nature by his mother. He first graduated in electrical engineering, then worked for many years as a software developer, designing projects, processes and methods, before turning his focus to the “human factor” through project management and employee leadership. Inspired by the values of the Agile Manifesto and his first personal experiences with agile methods in project teams, he finally trained as a systemic coach and now works as a systemic organizational developer.
What drives you, Stefan?
My purpose of existence – compare “The Big Five for Live” by John Strelecky – is that I want to support people and organizations – according to my possibilities – to act in a sense-oriented, sustainable and appreciative way.
This is important to me because I am interested in making a personal, positive contribution to a future worth living.
Today, we are facing complex challenges and changes that require another major step in development and are thus accompanied by epochal change. We have already experienced this several times in the history of mankind and often these times were characterized by gloomy, violent accompanying phenomena. For our sake, for the sake of our children and our children’s children, we should manage it better this time.
Change will and must touch all areas of our society. Since work and the economy is a very central area whose successes make success in other areas possible in the first place, I will focus on this, but I am also open to other initiatives and topics. If we succeed in transforming daily experiences and actions at work and in business, a positive impact on other areas can be expected through a spillover effect.