More than ever, the innovative technologies of Industry 4.0 are forcing changes in industry and creating new business models. Production methods, product portfolios, demand behavior, and sales channels are rapidly changing. How can companies, and their executives, leverage this wave of change to explore new models and opportunities for growth and development?
The digital experts at the NIT lead and accompany the change process within organizations. Using an interdisciplinary approach with various formats, they question existing structures and develop new approaches to action.
For this series, the NIT invites entrepreneurs and managers from small and medium-sized enterprises to speak about challenges such as industry 4.0, 3D printing, and IT security. Ideas are provided by speakers from science, industry, and politics.
This networking event helps companies and their managers to stay focused on the big picture when facing disruptive changes in order to better recognize and seize opportunities. The goal is to have an inspiring dialog between the keynote speaker and the participants regarding best practices for success. The Hamburg Economic Dialogue takes place once every quarter.
The NIT brings together experienced keynote speakers on the topics of digitization and new leadership. These speakers prepare vivid, practical content that is custom-tailored to their audiences.
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Outside of their own company, employees have the freedom to try new things. They get to know innovative methods like design thinking, and they test them on their own business project. They use tools like the lean-startup methodology to test new business ideas for market readiness, and once these employees return to their company with this entrepreneurial mindset, and they can prepare their company for the future. You can reserve the room with or without a trainer.
With its interdisciplinary network of international researchers, the NIT assists businesses and organizations and evaluates clearly defined tasks as part of academic studies. Experienced consultants and digital natives (master’s students from TUHH and NIT) are available to support and propel upcoming transformation processes.
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