TUM Talk in Heilbronn
The Corona pandemic has confronted the world community with cross-border challenges of historic proportions. The Benchmark is being recalibrated and the future rewritten. This global caesura has exposed some of the world’s weaknesses, but also revealed new development potential for society and enormous opportunities for the sustainable strengthening of Germany as a hub for knowledge and business.
Never waste a crisis – a maxim of former US President Barack Obama that we should adopt!
To seize the opportunities after the crisis and vigorously advance the digital transformation requires politics’ unconditional courage for the new, the creative power of universities, the agility of the economy and a responsible society as a viable foundation for a joint approach to innovation.
But how can the challenges of digital transformation and agile leadership be defined more precisely? And how can employees meet all of these requirements?
With the support of the Dieter Schwarz Foundation, the TUM School of Management at TUM Campus Heilbronn has created the opportunity to conduct targeted research into the management of digital transformation and that of family enterprises, thereby strengthening Germany’s economic backbone.
Think – Understand – Manage:
“Digital Transformation and New Leadership”
This is the motto under which the Technical University of Munich in Heilbronn presents this TUM Talk.
The Corona situation does not make it easy for any of us to maintain contacts, to engage in a constructive and captivating dialogue nor to discuss and tackle tasks, challenges and problems in direct collaboration.
The TUM Talk in Heilbronn was intended to do just that, together and up close, with the Technical University of Munich onsite. And it should and will do so – within the bounds of possibility.
The format will take place live as a hybrid event on September 17, 2020 in Heilbronn – in the auditorium on campus and online.
Together with our panelists, we will discuss the two exciting topics of “Digital Transformation” and “New Leadership”.
We look forward to your participation, whether onsite or online, and ask for your understanding that due to hygiene rules and regulations we are only allowed to welcome a small group of guests into the auditorium.
More information can be found here.