Roland K. Jahnke
Founder and President, Global Sustainable Excellence Concepts, Germany
Mr. Roland K. Jahnke is the Founder and President of Global Sustainable Excellence Concepts, Germany. He is an International Consultant for UN Organizations and Governments. At international conferences he is a moderator and keynote speaker. In addition, he is an International Journalist and filmmaker. Roland K. Jahnke has had long-standing comprehensive knowledge and experience relating to the transformation of public administrations, large-scale companies and quality organizations to efficient international organizations and global players. In different executive functions, he could, in Germany, collect comprehensive experience in logistics both in the former Federal Ministry for Postal Services and Telecommunications and the follow-up organization Deutsche Post DHL. The Group, which has 550,000 employees in more than 220 countries and territories. In addition, he was active in various executive functions in different quality organizations such as the American Society for Quality (ASQ), where he was elected an ASQ Fellow, and as elective Academician at the International Academy for Quality (IAQ) in US. In addition, Roland K. Jahnke is committed to sustainability. In the education sector, he took part in global and regional conferences / forums / workshops organized by UNESCO. Since 2011, he has been IAQ’s Representative at UNESCO Headquarters, Paris. From there, he was, among other things, employed as a UNESCO observer. Roland has, in his capacity of Chairman of IAQ’s “Quality in Education Think Tank”, led a new IAQ large-scale project, namely “Quality Education in Asia Pacific”, organizing quality study tours in several countries of this region. In the course of this initiative, he also acted as the Chairman of several Symposiums in cooperation with Universities and the Asian Network for Quality (ANQ). After successfully completing this initiative, he is now in the implementation of quality education projects, among others, active in Pakistan.