Steinbeis networking forum for SMEs

Platform for companies to merge theory with practice

Organizational issues, process management, project management, production, technology, sales – the focus of the first Steinbeis Entrepreneur Forum, which will take place March 22, 2013. The Steinbeis Center of Management and Technology (SCMT) is inviting guests to Stuttgart’s Haus der Wirtschaft (House of Commerce) to exchange views on these topics and hear some thought-provoking talks.

The one-day communication forum will be an ideal opportunity to meet people and set new ideas into motion. It is open to anyone working for an SME, especially Steinbeis clients and partners, but also students and Steinbeis University Berlin graduates. During the day, presentations on the topic of project skills will be organized in tandem. This means guest can expect an examination of the principles underlying a particular topic from a Steinbeis expert, combined with practical perspectives on the same issue from a Steinbeis project partner. This will be followed by question and answer sessions. Prof. Dr. habil. Hans Jobst Pleitner will moderate the event. There is no entrance fee for the event, but online registration is required.

Speakers at the Steinbeis Entrepreneur Forum (as of 2/2013):

  • Der Architekt – Vom unbekannten Wesen zum gläsernen Marketingkunden?
    Dr. Klaus Hörmann (Steinbeis-Hochschule Berlin), Pia Schindler (Fabrino Produktionsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG)
  • Strategieentwicklung und Umsetzung
    Prof. Dr. Lüder Tockenbürger (Steinbeis-Hochschule Berlin), Dimitra Theocharidou-Sohns (DAT GmbH [Deutsche Automobil Treuhand])
  • Erfolg von Outsourcing
    Prof. Dr. Stephan Aier (Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik der Universität St. Gallen [HSG]), Dr. Jan Bartenschlager (ZELOS Management Consultants)
  • Unternehmensführung – Erfahrungsbericht zur gezielten Entwicklung von ingenieurtechnischem Personal durch berufsbegleitende Studiengänge
    Rainer Strehle (Steinbeis Technology Group), Thomas Frey (Trumpf Sachsen GmbH Neukirch)
  • Moderation: Prof. Dr. habil. Hans Jobst Pleitner (Steinbeis-Hochschule Berlin)

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