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Balancing collecting information with taking action is difficult, and one often wrongly expects information to lead to action. In corporate innovation, both strong bias towards action and strong bias towards planning can prove to be quite harmful. How, then, can a balance between these two best be achieved?
We will discuss strategies and success cases for firms to navigate these conflicting priorities during our next virtual Industrial IoT Think (& Do) Tank on Thursday, March 25th, 2021. Here, we invite digital-savvy executives from industrial companies, start-ups, and technology providers from a variety of industries in the German-speaking countries and China to learn from one another and obtain insights and inspiration for their respective fields.
After an introductory keynote by Joachim Pawlik, Founder & Managing Director of PAWLIK Consultants, a large part of the event will be devoted to facilitated breakout sessions, allowing participants to create solutions for their own challenges.
Date & time: Thursday, March 25th, 2021 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (CET)
Location: Online via Zoom. You will receive dial-in details after registration
Participation in the event is free of charge, but only possible by personal invitation.
Select invited organizations: Bosch, BayWa, BMW, Zeiss, Trumpf, MunichRE, Henkel, TÜV SÜD, ABB, Fosun, Huawei, Alibaba Cloud, TeamViewer, Infineon, Kinexon, Konux, Proglove, Navvis, Cybus, Wingcopter
In order to enable a targeted and efficient exchange, we limit the number of participants to a maximum of 25 people.
Data-based business models are becoming increasingly relevant. Companies use technical progress to use their data not only to improve their products and services, but also for the targeted development of new business models. Despite the enormous popularity of this topic, only a few companies have so far achieved the success they are striving for in this domain.
One of the companies that has already achieved success in this area is wetter.com. Dr. Stefan Bornemann, COO of wetter.com, will share his experiences at wetter.com and his general insights into the topic of data-driven business models during this live keynote on November 19th. At the end of the session, there will be extensive time for Q&A with the audience.
This event is hosted by IoT One and Excubate, in cooperation with the Asia Digital Alliance.
Data-based business models are becoming more and more relevant. Companies use technical progress to make the data they have collected usable not only with a view to improving the products and services they offer, but also to target new and further development of business models. Despite the strong presence of the topic in public debate, so far only a few companies have actually succeeded in realizing the proclaimed promises.
We at IoT One, Excubate, and the Asia Digital Alliance therefore believe that a focused exchange of digital-savvy executives from industrial companies, start-ups and technology companies can greatly help decision-makers to clarify important questions on this topic.
After an introductory short keynote by Dr. Stefan Bornemann, COO at wetter.com, you can become active in breakout sessions with other participants and create solutions for your personal challenges.
Dr. Stefan Bornemann (COO, wetter.com)
Practical Insights from wetter.com's data-driven business model
Peer-to-Peer sharing workshops in small groups
Presentation of workshop results
Interactive Peer-to-Peer Breakout Sessions
This event is hosted by IoT One and Excubate, and co-hosted by the Asia Digital Alliance.
Please note that this event is limited to 25 participants. Upon registration, we will contact you to let you know whether your registration has been approved successfully.
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Why is it that only one out of nine companies achieve sustainable and profitable growth?
Join IoT ONE and Misha de Sterke, author ‘10X Growth Machine’ and Rani Saab, EMEA Business Zone Manager for Nestlé, for a discussion about "Accelerating Growth Through Venture Building" on August 26th.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Misha de Sterke is a Visiting Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship and a Senior Partner at Innoleaps, a firm helping corporates to innovate and grow "The Startup Way”.
During the session, Misha will discuss insights from his new book: "The 10X Growth Machine: How Companies Can Innovate, Scale and Win" by drawing on his work with Fortune 100 companies on "Growth Strategy & Venture Building".
We look forward to seeing you there!
Join IoT ONE and the Digital China-Europe Network on July 31st for an executive roundtable discussion on the topic of "Post COVID-19 Challenges & Growth Opportunities in China".
China has utilized digital technologies to quickly control the COVID-19 pandemic and is the first major power to resume normal economic operations. It is now investing heavily in 'digital infrastructure' to stimulate short term growth in 2020-21 and to improve long-term productivity and technical competitiveness.
This is a moderated peer-to-peer discussion. Guests from Chinese digital technologies companies are invited to join the discussion to share their unique insight into market dynamics in 2020.
2. How China has successfully used digital technologies to control COVID19 (10 minutes)
3. China's digital infrastructure stimulus: challenges and opportunities for multinationals (10 minutes)
4. Peer-to-peer roundtable exchange between participants (60 minutes)
On June 17th, German Mittelstand companies will have the chance to meet and partner with high-profile Israeli technology firms. Register now to save your spot!
The conference will feature keynote speeches, breakout sessions, and networking opportunities. Speakers and panelists include Saul Singer (author of 'Start-Up Nation', as well as Executives from Siemens, Henkel, and Maxion Wheels.
Access the full program and register here!
In a practice-focused dialogue between digital-savvy executives of industrial companies, start-ups, established technology providers and investors, we will shed light on possible implications of COVID-19 for digital innovation efforts of industrial businesses. It is our goal to provide a safe space for business leaders to discuss digital innovation beyond COVID-19. In these times of heightened uncertainty, we believe there is great value for business leaders to participate in such an exchange on a peer-to-peer level.
14:30 Welcome and participant introductions
15:30 Industrial AI – New Business Models for Growth beyond COVID-19
16:15 Peer-to-Peer sharing workshops in small groups
17:00 Presentation of workshop results
17:30 Final sharing
18:00 End of the event
Interaktive Peer-to-Peer Sharings
13:30 Einlass und Begrüßung
14:30 Innovationen während der Rezession vorantreiben
Dr. Markus Anding, Founder und Managing Director, Excubate
14:40 Entwicklung und erfolgreiche Umsetzung KI-basierter Geschäftsmodelle
Dr. Wolfgang Faisst, Head of S/4 NEXT, SAP
14:50 Aufbau digitaler Geschäftsmodelle - Lessons Learned
Tom Tischner, Former CEO, AXOOM
15:00 Singapur als strategisches Hub für Innovationen in Asien
Matthias Roebel, Co-Founder und CEO, MING Labs
15:10 China als Sandbox für IIoT Business Modell Innovation
Michael Maeder,Managing Partner, IoT One
15:40 Peer-to-Peer Sharing Workshops in Kleingruppen
16:50 Präsentation der Workshop-Ergebnisse
17:30 Final Sharing
18:00 Ende der Veranstaltung, danach gemeinsamer Transfer zum Weihnachtsmarkt mit Essen und Glühwein