Through visual approaches, we develop tangible "representations" of innovative strategies, services and business models. We will work closely with the experts in your organisation to develop solutions collaboratively. We will identify your customers’ wants and needs and what is relevant to their everyday life – today as well as in the future. You will experience how you can tap into new markets, how new services can strengthen your product offering and how new sales and communication channels can boost your business.
Being in touch from an early stage, ideas and business models will undergo a constant fine-tuning. The final result will excite customers, partners and your own employees. Everybody affected by and involved in the idea will be included in the development process from the outset. They will be empowered. They will then be in a position to keep the project going and see through the necessary changes in your company after our direct involvement.
In hands-on trainings and the gamified version "Business Design Game", you will learn to visually model strategies, services and business models, and to implement them through fast iterations based on "Lean Startup". All this will happen through interdisciplinary teams, across departments and knowledge boundaries. Our lecturers have extensive experience in accompanying fast track innovation projects, having taught this topic at leading universities and MBA programs worldwide.
Bernhard Doll is a serial entrepreneur in IT and service industries and expert for strategic innovation management. He studied Computer Sciences (Dipl.-Inf.) and holds a Master’s degree (M.Sc.) focusing on Social Sciences and Psychology from TU München, with study visits in Sydney and Hong Kong. Bernhard Doll received his Ph.D. on the subject of innovation management and entrepreneurship from TU München.
Since 2010, Bernhard Doll has been a research fellow at the Leipzig Graduate School of Management (HHL). He is a member of the Peter-Pribilla-Foundation, the European Academy of Management and the Academy of Management (USA). Bernhard Doll holds positions on supervisory boards of a number of IT and service companies and serves as a lecturer for innovation management at universities, including TU München / UC Berkeley (EMBA), University of St. Gallen (HSG) and University Erlangen-Nuremberg. Bernhard Doll is also a guest speaker at a number of conferences and universities around the world. The focus of his projects is on:
Christian Schüller has designed and implemented individual software applications for 15 years. He studied information technology and economics at the TU München where he obtained his doctorate in innovation management and user experience. Based on his interdisciplinary approach to software and strategy development, Christian makes sure, that software products are not only implemented in a technically efficient way using state-of-the-art technologies, but are also adapted optimally to the business processes in order to fulfill customer needs in the best possible way. The focus of his projects is on:
Sabine Schön is an expert for qualitative customer, user and market analyses and the derivation of innovation potentials based on the data. She also develops web-based IT systems. She studied at the Management Center Innsbruck as well as at the University of Ljubljana "Management, Communication & IT". Sabine Schön holds a graduate degree (MA) in media informatics, application subject business management from the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. Parallel to her studies she engaged in project management in the fields of IT & marketing. In interdisciplinary projects Schön secures effective operations at the interface between management and information and communication technologies based on her studies and her practical experiences. Her research focus is on IT-based collaboration in innovation projects. Sabine Schön is also guest lecturer at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU). The focus of her projects is on:
Bettina von Stamm has been working in the field of innovation management and leadership for over 20 years. Following some years of professional experience in the field of architecture she received her MBA from London Business School, where she also earned her PhD. The title of Bettina’s dissertation is "The Effects of Context and Complexity in New Product Development". Today she is consulting multinational organizations, initiated a network group of large-scale enterprises doing business in various fields and serves as a guest lecturer at the TU München, the Universität zu Leipzig, the DEUSTO Business School (Spain) and the Centro de Estudios Superiores de Diseño (Mexiko). Bettina von Stamm is also a research fellow at the Leipzig Graduate School of Management (CLIC) and a member of the Peter-Pribilla-Stiftung, the International Society for Professional Innovation Management and the European Academy of Management.
Sven Asmus is an expert for strategic innovation management and the development of services and new business models. He studied business administration at RWTH Aachen (Dipl.-Kfm.) and successfully completed a MBA (Master of Business Administration) program at TU München with the focus on innovation & business creation. Moreover, he received a Ph.D. in the field of behavioural economics from TU München.
Sven Asmus has been a lecturer for innovation management, entrepreneurship and strategic management at TU München, FH Aachen, ESB Reutlingen, FH Salzburg as well as several other universities in Germany and abroad. In 2012 he was awarded with the "Ernst Otto Fischer-Lehrpreis" of TU München and in 2014 with the "Best Teaching Award" of TUM School of Management. The focus of his projects and trainings is on:
Oliver Schmid is an expert in communication and interaction processes for organizations. He studied communications sciences, psychology and business administration at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. Following his own entrepreneurial activities he coached numerous company founders and company executives at the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the TU München (TUM). His main focus was the development of innovative strategies and concepts, teambuilding and leadership as well as the systematic development and testing of innovative products and services. Oliver Schmid also coordinated the Discontinuous Innovation Lab, a network of scientists and innovation managers from 12 countries.
Fritz Rainer Pabel is an expert for learning organizations and communication cultures. In the course of many years as a professional in various IT- und telecommunication enterprises Fritz Rainer Pabel developed a number of concepts and methods on the subject of „The Enterprise of the Future“. He also developed comprehensive solutions for networked knowledge, teamwork, leadership, corporate culture and innovation culture. In his most recent position he was head of knowledge management with T-Mobile International in Bonn. Fritz Rainer Pabel studied education, sociology, psychology and fine arts. For ten years he taught media education and visual communication at the University of Applied Sciences in Dortmund. With Global Business Network (USA) he gained experience in developing and applying future scenarios as well as their implementation in strategic projects.
Kathrin Möslein holds the chair in Business Information Systems I at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU). She also serves as the director of the Center for Leading Innovation & Cooperation at the Leipzig Graduate School of Management. She is researching, teaching and consulting companies since the early 1990s, covering the fields of strategic innovation management, innovation and management systems. Kathrin Möslein is a founding member of the European Academy of Management (EURAM) and a member of the Executive Committees since 2007. She also holds memberships in numerous organizations and initiatives in the fields of strategic innovation management and information systems.
Guido Redlich is an expert in marketing-communication and a successful entrepreneur for more than 20 years. He established a number of consulting and service enterprises in the fields of marketing, the Internet and in advertising. Among others he founded the multimedia agency a.f.i.m. GmbH with offices in in Munich, Hamburg and Leipzig. In 2002 a.f.i.m. was sold to the TBWA Group. Guido Redlich also serves as a member of the board of foundation of the Munich "Pinakothek der Moderne". He studied communications sciences as well as market and advertising psychology at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich and at the Universität Hamburg.
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