Transfer 02/2011

Contents of the Transfer magazine 2/2011

Steinbeis on a local level
Knowledge and technology transfer in the Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg region
“The vital component is successful transfer – the hallmark of Steinbeis!”
A discussion with Petra Ohlhauser
Region of Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg
Processes can’t be imposed on people – you have to live them!
175 people attend the 1st Steinbeis Engineering Forum
Communicating via web 2.0
Social media marketing for hospitals
Saving energy the easy way
Using cogeneration units to reduce energy costs in manufacturing processes
Off to pastures new
Steinbeis consultants help companies enter international markets
There'll be no piles of sediment here!
Steinbeis evaluates the licensing potential of a patented current redirection wall
Solving conflicts quickly and effectively
Online video mediation
mikromakro: Little heads – big ideas
It starts with an idea and ends in an invention
Consulting spotlight
Tracking down image drivers
Steinbeis experts demonstrate new ways to sell coaches
The art of getting everything done
Seeing engineering projects through to completion
The call of self-employment
Two SHB alumni found their own business consultancy
Company whistleblower systems: detecting and preventing white-collar crime
Steinbeis Compliance Monitoring evaluates whistleblower systems
Training spotlight
A successful start
The Steinbeis Network takes root in Mexico
Competitive intelligence – an integral part of corporate decision-making
SHB student assesses the nature of strategic market and competitor monitoring
The woman destined to give public speeches
The experiences of a participant on an SHB certification course
Implementing strategies innovatively
Steinbeis student asked to come up with an integrated management system
Uncovering potential
Material efficiency and energy optimization in metal processing
25 years of the TQU: ensuring quality in companies
Steinbeis anniversary in Ulm
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