Works with communications executives to develop the organization and skills of their area of responsibility so that they can best support the implementation of corporate strategy.
Headed the editorial team of a scientific magazine for international and ethnic conflict management and was an assistant professor at the University of Cologne.
Plays football, supports 1. F.C. Köln and Liverpool FC, loves hiking, cooking, good coffee, and craft beer.
As a Partner in the Tech & Transformation Team of FGS Global in Berlin, Christopher Storck deals with the transformation of companies and the new demands this presents to their communication functions. His consulting activities focus on the formulation and dissemination of strategies, the establishment and protection of economically relevant reputations as well as the reorganization and further development of communication departments across disciplines and organizational borders.
For more than two decades at FGS Global, Christopher has helped international organizations develop their communication functions to best support the implementation of corporate strategy. This always involves making the most efficient use of available resources to achieve maximum impact.
Christopher combines practice and science through a professorship for strategy and communications management at Quadriga University Berlin and serving on the scientific advisory board of the German Association of Communicators (BdKom). From 2007 to 2020 he also held a leading position in the Communication Controlling Section of the International Controller Association (ICV). Prior to joining FGS Global in 2000, Christopher was an assistant professor at the University of Cologne and headed the editorial team of a scientific magazine for international and ethnic conflict management. He studied Eastern European History, Philosophy and Slavic Studies at the Universities of Cologne and Prague, holds degrees as a Master of Arts and a Doctor of Philosophie, and is a certified business coach of the EBS University for Economics and Law in Wiesbaden.