PHD Michael Mischke - Storyteller, facilitator and conceptioner for human machine interfaces. After years in the automotive industry he switched to trains!
Mische was Troop Leader in the scout group “Stamm Parzival“ in lower Saxonia, until he went to Poland to spend a voluntary social year there. Besides scouting Mische likes to play the trumpet and to ride his vintage car. He is also a member of “Ska Bund“ (a small scout-like group), he is passionate about Eastern Europe and the Balkan region. Mische enjoys giving traditional scout songs his own twist adding a trumpet.
"Ever since my voluntary social year I have been fascinated by the joyful Eastern European way of life. I love sayings like, 'If Vodka and fresh air don’t help, you’re probably gonna die of it.' and I am happy to share these ‘wisdoms’ with others during the ScoutingTrain."
Michael Mischke studied mechanical engineering and industrial psychology in Chemnitz (Germany) and completed his Ph.D while working for Audi. After that he worked at Group research in the Volkswagen group in Wolfsburg on human machine interface for cars and creativity- and development processes for user experience-research until February 2013. Now he is an independent UX (User experience)-consultant and storyteller.