Applied Strategy and Organization (WI001111): (Corporate Strategies for Internationalization and Digital Transformation)
Applied Strategy and Organization (WI001111): (Internationalisierungsstrategien in Unternehmen und Transformation durch Digitalisierung)
Course 0000000565 in SS 2018
|Semester Weekly Hours
|Chair of Strategy and Organization (Prof. Welpe)
Assignment to Modules
WI001111: Applied Strategy and Organization: Strategies for international Corporations / Applied Strategy and Organization: Strategies for international Corporations
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- Catalogue of soft-skill courses
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|Prof. Dr. Axel Stepken is Chairman of the Board of Management of TÜV SÜD AG. Focus of his seminar is the understanding of necessary pre-requisites and measures for the successful implementation of an internationalization strategy and the transformation in the context of digitization Relevant market-driven growth drivers, corporate strategies, enterprise culture, concepts of complex organizations and leadership, the impact of digitization on the business model, to work-life balance, talent attraction and knowledge management, organization and IT landscape will be discussed. The sessions consist of classroom presentations, various case studies, interactive group work exercises with practical background, as well as an excursion to the latest e-mobility test center of TÜV SÜD in Garching. It will give students a good insight into the real life of successful international companies with a focus on their transformation in a digitized world. Prof. Dr. Stepken will openly share professional experiences with solving strategic and organizational problems, introduce the digitization and its impact on the international business operation.
E-Learning course (e. g. Moodle)