Founder and Executive Partner of Human Dynamics Bernhard Hulla has more than 25 years of experience in the international development field, in particular in the area of Public Sector Reform.
Formerly, Bernhard was International Programme Director of a think tank affiliated with the Club of Rome. He then worked for one of the leading Austrian consulting firms on their expansion into emerging and mature markets.
In 1993, Bernhard started Human Dynamics and since has been responsible for building the Company into a Top 5 EuropeAid contractor.
Bernhard is a regularly invited speaker at international development conferences and roundtables. He supports the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies and the Vienna Economic Forum.
Outside of Human Dynamics, his interests are in the arts and music. For many years, Bernhard has joined community initiatives launched by the Budapest Festival Orchestra and SOS Mitmensch, a Human Rights pressure group.
Mr Hulla and his family are based in Vienna.
"The demands on public sector institutions have always been high but the challenges today are greater than ever due to a complex mix of interrelated factors, from globalisation and technological advances, to demographic changes, and shifts in the balance of economic power. These challenges require fresh strategic thinking and the ability to turn smart ideas into lasting practical realities. Public sector institutions need access to the best international insights from the public and private sector, as well as the ability to acquire the knowledge and skills essential to sustain solutions. That’s why we created Human Dynamics.
Since 1993, our work with public institutions, which ranges from advising on economic, social and environmental reforms, to training and capacity building, has been characterised by two key strengths.
Fundamentally, success in any field is about people. This includes how you work with them, and the skills and knowledge you provide them with to respond positively to change.
Success is about Human Dynamics. Our own people — including over 70 permanent employees, many of whom are Prince2 certified managers, and a global network of several thousand leading specialists and advisors — have demonstrated over the years that we have the technical, professional and interpersonal skills to help public sector teams rise productively and sustainably to new challenges."