About us



All contributors to innomaniacs are well recognized experts in their particular field, and they regularly give talks at leading industry conferences. We have published multiple books and articles on innovation topics, including articles in the German edition of the Harvard Business Review. The contributions to innomaniacs, the official Blog of ILI CONSULTING, therefore, represent the latest thought leadership and expertise on innovation.

With our origin and roots in Germany and Switzerland, Europe’s strongest economy, innomaniacs complements the majority of US-based blogs by offering additional insights into trends, strategies, and procedures of European companies. We complement the focus of many other innovation blogs on technology topics by having a clear emphasis on management challenges and best practices. innomaniacs provides decision-makers in small, medium-sized, and large companies with new ideas and descriptions of proven methods, procedures, and answers to critical management issues.

At the end of the day we would like to entertain, while pushing forward the topics that matter most to us. View us as the “Rolling Stone” of innovation blogs – building the bridge between innovational topics, business trends and the cultural status quo. Come take a ride with us.

About Serhan Ili

Dr. Serhan Ili is CEO of ILI CONSULTING AG. He works with leading companies from all industries in the fields of innovation and digitization. He regularly publishes articles, for example in the Harvard Business Manager, and books about various topics, such as Digital or Dead. He is a renowned expert for innovation as well as digital transformation, and he is often contacted for press interviews, for example by manager magazin, DIE ZEIT and Wirtschaftswoche. Dr. Ili studied Industrial Engineering at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany. He went on to receive a doctoral degree in Engineering at the Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG in the development center in Weissach and at the Institute of Product Engineering at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).