IT meets ART: Event on digitalisation

We invite you to the Residence Palace Ludwigsburg near Stuttgart

Are you looking for a way to successfully manage digital change?

On 7 June 2018 we invite you to the Residenzschloss Ludwigsburg near Stuttgart to present best practices on digital transformation.

Be there when we discuss with you and colleagues from the WirtschaftsWoche network how companies can deal pragmatically with digitisation at the third event in our lecture series “IT meets ART”. We will show how data and its use make existing business models even more successful and new business models possible for the first time.

Speakers

Overview

An industry in transition – Disruption in the energy industry
Dr. Robert Thomann, MVV

What?

Topic lectures,
optional lock guide,
Networking and finger food

Business Intelligence based on Big Data
Dr. Roland Jesse, PTA

When?

Thursday, 7 June 2018
Guided tour of the castle at 5 pm, lectures from 6 pm
Finish by approx. 21 o’clock

Design Thinking & Kunst als Inspiration
Prof. Simon Gallus, HFK+G Stuttgart

Where?

Residential Palace Ludwigsburg
Schlossstraße 30
71634 Ludwigsburg

Innovative strategies are elementary in the competition for the top spot. Find out how to get your company there at our event in Stuttgart.

Dr. Robert Thomann (Innovation Manager MVV) will use the example of the energy industry to show us possible disruptions, which Dr. Roland Jesse (Business Intelligence PTA) will extend to other industries and topics. Both will give a view on how digital transformation can be used as a key factor for successful business development. rofessor Simon Gallus (Kommunikationsdesign HFK+G Stuttgart) will round off the topic with an artistic view of Design Thinking.

To kick off the event, we offer you an exclusive guided tour of the Residenzschloss. The evening will end with finger food and the opportunity for networking.

The WirtschaftsWoche Club is an exclusive club for all WirtschaftsWoche subscribers with many advantages.

 

The private, state-recognised University of Applied Sciences for Communication and Design combines strategy with design and maintains locations in Stuttgart and Ulm.

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