Stefan Schaible (born in Munich, Germany in 1968) was appointed Deputy CEO within the Global Executive Committee (GEC) of Roland Berger in June 2014. He has been a member of the committee since July 2013. Schaible is also responsible for Germany and the Central European region (Switzerland, Central and Eastern Europe and the CIS countries). Stefan Schaible was a member of the Supervisory Board at Roland Berger between July 2010 and September 2013, ultimately serving as Deputy Chairman.
Stefan Schaible studied Chemistry and Law at the University of Konstanz. He started his career in 1997 at Roland Berger in Hamburg and was elected partner in 2001. He has been successfully managing the Public Services Practice Group since 2004 and served as Head of the International Competence Center for Civil Economics, Energy & Infrastructure until 2014.
Stefan Schaible specializes in advising public sector institutions, overseeing major infrastructure projects and bringing about digital transformation. Schaible is a renowned expert in global trends, such as the changing role of government, sustainable development, green technologies and renewable energies.
- Smart Efficiency, THINK ACT, 2015
- Family-friendliness in companies, Study (in German), 2009
- Family-friendliness helps companies master the crisis, Study (in German), 2009
- Baden-Württemberg as a business location – Demographics and competitiveness, Study (in German), 2007 (PDF, 799 KB)
- Economic stimulation for senior citizens, Study (in German), 2007 (PDF, 2541 KB)
- Mastering the challenge of demographic change, Study (in German), 2007