Dr. Roman Wecker


Roman Wecker is a partner in Heidrick & Struggles’ Frankfurt office and a member of the Industrial, Sustainability, Supply Chain & Operations Officers, and Marketing, Sales & Strategy Officers practices. He leads the Industrial Tech sector in Europe & Africa and leads the Industrial Goods & Technology sector in Europe. He also leads the firm’s sustainability work in DACH.


Roman works primarily with clients in the innovation, digitalization, and internet of things space for established and start-up companies in the building products space as well as in the electronics, robotics, high tech, automation, and sensors sectors.

Before joining Heidrick & Struggles, Roman worked for 12 years with Robert Bosch GmbH in China, Germany, and Switzerland. He was a member of the company’s business unit board Powertool Accessories with worldwide responsibility for marketing and sales. In this role, Roman helped design, shape, and implement two global transformation projects, the one focusing on digitalization, including setting up a global digital unit, and the other on customer-centricity and agility, including simplifying the organizational matrix.

Roman began his career as a senior business analyst for a global management consultancy company. Roman was a curator of the German branch of the Club of Rome, a worldwide renowned think tank for a sustainable future of humankind. He is fluent in German and English.


University of Witten/Herdecke, Ph.D. in Business Administration

Ludwig Maximilian University, Master's Degree in Management Strategy and Controlling

German Insights - Deutsche Einblicke

  • China Survey: The "people aspect" from the perspective of German mid-sized companies

    This study examines the experiences and specific tasks of industrial SMEs in China.

  • Einblicke in die Welt der Quantencomputer mit Jan Götz, CEO von IQM (Podcast)
    Insights into the world of quantum computers with Jan Götz, CEO of IQM 

    In diesem Podcast spricht Roman Wecker mit Jan Götz, Gründer und CEO des auf die Entwicklung eines Quantencomputers spezialisierten deutsch finnischen Start-ups IQM.