Christoph Schmiedinger

Complex topics and challenging technologies? Christoph Schmiedinger is especially comfortable in these areas. He developed, among other things, digitalization strategies for large banks in Germany and Austria, and provides hands-on support for the transition from a traditional to an agile company. This native Austrian has worked with agile methods for almost ten years and has gained exceptional expertise in agile transitions and scaled projects, as well as in continued development of ERP and safety-critical systems. He shares his knowledge on these topics in trainings and as a speaker at various conferences.

Christoph Schmiedinger is a great example of how being goal-oriented, open and humorous is the best combination. He also enjoys working with people from various cultures. For Christoph, commitment is one of the most important agile values because he appreciates the trust that is placed in him.


  • Master in Technical Management (MSc)
    University of Applied Sciences Campus Vienna
  • Bachelor in Electronics & Business (BSc)
    University of Applied Sciences Technikum Vienna
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
    ESADE Business School, Barcelona

Business languages

  • German
    Native Speaker
  • English


  • Agile Transitions, Organizational Development & Management Coaching
  • Digitalization & Innovation Management
  • Agile Development in safety-critical environments
  • Scrum and Enterprise Applications
    ERP, SAP, etc.
  • Industry know-how
    telecommunication/IT, aviation, utilities and finance/banking

Further education

  • Projectmanagement Advanced IPMA
    Roland Gareis Consulting, 2016
  • Professional Facilitator
    Kommunikationslotsen, 2015
  • Professional in Requirements Engineering
    IREB, 2013
  • Certified SAFe® 5 Program Consultant
  • Energy Industry Basics
    bdew Akademie, 2015


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