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27th Münchner Management Kolloquium at the Technical University Munich
The world is changing fast due to digitization and it is not enough just to develop existing products or services. A radical reform of our business models is required. But how are companies preparing for the challenges of the future?
More than 80 renowned managers and executives from various industries spoke on this topic and presented their solution concepts at the Münchner Management Kolloquium, taking place from the 10th until the 11th of March at the Technical University of Munich.
Many guests, including students of the TUM School of Management, came to the event, which was organized by TCW in cooperation with the TUM School of Management.
Oliver Zipse, CEO at BMW, Dr Roland Busch, Deputy Chairman of the Executive Board and CTO Siemens AG and Prof. Dr Horst Wildemann, TUM SoM alumnus opened the two-day colloquium with the topics New Business Models, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
The TUM School of Management is looking forward to more interesting discussions next year at the 28th Münchner Management Kolloqium and thanks TCW for the great organization.
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