Vita: Alexander Mankowsky

Alexander Mankowsky, Futures Studies & Ideation Daimler AG.

Alexander Mankowsky

Alexander Mankowsky

Born in Berlin in 1957, Alexander Mankowsky studied Philosophy, Psychology and Sociology at the Free University of Berlin and graduated in 1984.

After four years in social services, he decided to do a further education as ‘Knowledge Engineer’ at the “Gesellschaft für neue Berufe GNB” (co-founded by Daimler-Benz AG, as it was known at that time, for the implementation of ‘Artificial Intelligence’).
Since 1989 Alexander Mankowsky has worked in the research unit at Daimler AG.

Initially he focused on expert systems, knowledge management, discovering new opportunities in the market and researching of the automobile spirit of the time. This led him in 2001 to his current field of work – ‘Futures Studies & Ideation’ - at Daimler.

Alexander Mankowsky does Futures Studies with a strong component of Ideation. He is embedded in Daimler’s rich and diverse creative network.

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