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Monika Rohe-Al Torman

Einladung zum Tagesworkshop "Implementierung von Analytics-anwendungen im Kundenmanagement"

CMX Consulting, Osnabrück
Friday, 30. November 2018 - 9:00 to 18:00, CMX Consulting, Rheiner Landstraße 195b, Osnabrück

WAS STEHT AN?
In unserem Tagesworkshop wollen wir mit Euch unter Anwendung eines typischen Softwarepakets den eigenständigen Aufbau einer lauffähigen Kundenanwendung erarbeiten.

WAS IST DAS ZIEL DES WORKSHOPS?

Datenmodelle in QlikView erstellen

WAS BIETEN WIR NOCH AN?

Austausch mit Young Professionals aus der MUUUH! Group Getränke, Mittagessen & Kuchen

WANN & WO? ANMELDUNG & RÜCKFRAGEN?

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Jana Mattern

Consulting Dinner mit PwC und dem CDC

Thursday, 22. November 2018 - 19:00, Münsters Esszimmer, Marievengasse 9

Du möchtest mehr über den Alltag und den Einstieg im Bereich CIO Advisory erfahren?
Du möchtest bei einem entspannten Abendessen aus erster Hand mehr über den Einstieg bei PwC, den Arbeitsalltag und die spannenden Themen rund um die digitale Transformation erfahren?
Dann lerne unser Team kennen (vom Consultant bis zum Partner) und freu Dich auf einen Abend in persönlicher Atmosphäre!

Sende Deinen CV bis zum 4.11.18 an: ann-cathrin.mutz@wiwi.uni-muenster.de
Dresscode: Smart Casual

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Michaela Meinert

Lunchtime Seminar - Interorganizational Ambidexterity

Tuesday, 23. October 2018 - 12:00 to 13:00, Leonardo-Campus 18

The ability to combine exploitation, (i.e. optimizing existing processes and products), and exploration, (i.e. searching for new and innovative approaches towards technology, business processes, or markets), is called ambidexterity and seen as important driver of sustainable economic success. We study, how companies use interorganizational collaboration in order to efficiently balance exploration and exploitation and extend their ambidexterous capabilities in the context of small and medium size IT service providers.
Preliminary findings suggest that the companies we have studied are aware of the challenge and have found different practices to ensure not only enough space for exploration with partners but also to use innovation to improve their routine operations.

Authors:   Prof. D. Vieru, TELUQ University, Montréal and Prof. S. Klein, WWU Münster

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Michaela Meinert

Lunchtime Seminar - The Go-Betweens: Backstage Collaboration Among Community Managers in an Inter-organisational Enterprise Social Network

Tuesday, 16. October 2018 - 12:00 to 13:00, Leonardo-Campus 18

Enterprise Social Networks (ESNs) have become an important part of an organization’s collaboration repertoire. Yet, despite well-known promises for improving collaboration and enabling new ways of working, in many organizations adoption rates have been underwhelming. Given that ESNs are malleable technologies, they require bottom-up sense-making and experimentation to be appropriated. Yet it is not well understood how this process can be facilitated, and how those tasked with facilitation can be supported. We study a unique case of an international ESN provider, which established a dedicated inter-organizational ESN to support client adoption facilitators; those people within its client organizations tasked with the successful roll-out and adoption of ESN. By employing Goffman’s theatrical metaphor we find that this centralized ESN serves as a valuable tool for the provider to build a self-organizing community that supports adoption facilitators in coping with what we come to understand as a ‘go-between’ role. Adoption facilitators have to balance expectations of executives, who want the ESN to be ‘productive’, with those of workers, who need to experiment with the technology and find appropriate uses. We theorize that this case can serve as a model for other digital service providers in supporting adoption of their malleable technologies in client organizations.

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Michaela Meinert

Lunchtime Seminar - Co-Working Spaces, Collaborative Practices and Entrepreneurship

Tuesday, 9. October 2018 - 12:00 to 13:00, Leonardo-Campus 18

Collaborative work practices are being transformed through the growth of co-working in urban third spaces, makerspaces, fab labs, incubators, accelerators and digital labs. This paper is based on a 2-year project carried out by a network of academics and practitioners interested in new work practices in the collaborative economy, focusing particularly on collaborative workspaces. We concentrate on the relationships between collaboration and these new work practices according to three levels, individual, community and societal, highlighting their spatial and temporal dimensions. Our results indicate that: boundaries between waged employment and entrepreneurship are not rigid; individuals not only suffer from stress in traditional organisations but also of boredom; new collaborative practices imply rethinking their own competences and prospects, often leading to fundamental life changes; co-working communities can provide collective meaning, crucial to supporting these transformations; they can be orientated towards practice, professional identity, and emotional support to address loneliness and sense-making; public discourses about entrepreneurship and innovation and territorial policies are not clearly linked to innovative practices in collaborative spaces. We conclude that there is need for better coordination between public actors and collaborative communities which should be seen at the heart of economic, educational, industrial and cultural policies targeting the city, aiming at collaborating and sharing.

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Armin Stein

MÜNSTERHACK

Hackathon für Münster
Friday, 5. October 2018 (All day) to Saturday, 6. October 2018 (All day), Hafen Münster
MÜNSTERHACK

Am 05./06.10. findet der diesjährige „Hackathon für Münster – MÜNSTERHACK“ statt. Beim MÜNSTERHACK kommt die Tech-Szene in Münster zusammen und entwickelt gemeinsam Ideen und Prototypen, um die eigene Stadt noch lebenswerter zu machen. Der MÜNSTERHACK findet am Hafen in den Räumlichkeiten des Digital Hub münsterLAND und der items GmbH statt.

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Andreas Hermann

TERP10: SAP-Zertifizierungskurs

Monday, 27. August 2018 (All day) to Friday, 7. September 2018 (All day), Computerpool

Im August/September (27.08.2018 – 07.09.2018) wird am Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik wieder eine SAP TERP10-Schulung angeboten. In 10 Tagen gibt es eine detaillierte Einführung in das SAP ERP System. Im Anschluss findet (voraussichtlich) am 10. September die dazugehörige Zertifizierungsprüfung statt, welche zu einem in der Wirtschaft voll anerkannten SAP-Zertifikat führt. Mehr Informationen zum Kurs finden sich im angegebenen Link (http://www.erc.is/go/terp10).

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Katrin Bergener

CuriousU --- Anmeldung geschlossen ---

Summer School der Universität Twente
Sunday, 12. August 2018 - 8:30 to Tuesday, 21. August 2018 - 16:30, Universität Twente

--- Anmeldung geschlossen ---

Die diesjährige Summer School CuriousU der Universität Twente (UT) wird vom 12. bis zum 21. August 2018 stattfinden. Da die UT strategischer Partner der WWU ist und eine langjährige enge Verbindung besteht, wären wir Ihnen sehr dankbar, wenn Sie Ihre Studierenden auf die Summer School hinweisen könnten. Auch in diesem Jahr werden wieder bis zu vier WWU-Studierende kostenfrei an CuriousU teilnehmen können. Lediglich Reisekosten, Versicherungen oder andere persönliche Kosten müssen selbst getragen werden.

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Michaela Meinert

Lunchtime Seminar - How Much Collaboration? Balancing the Needs for Collaborative and Uninterrupted Work

Tuesday, 17. July 2018 - 12:00 to 13:00, Leonardo-Campus 18

The proliferation of collaboration platforms in organisations has benefits for knowledge workers in terms of access to knowledge and social resources. However, negative effects, specifically collaborative overload, have only recently been acknowledged and are still rarely considered by companies. Collaborative overload is a multi-faceted construct, which covers downsides, unintended or side-effects of collaboration platforms and their organisational use. In this talk, the phenomenon is introduced and explored. Based on a narrative literature review, we contextualise collaborative overload, propose an agenda for future research and derive an initial research framework to clarify and delineate collaborative overload. With this twofold contribution, we aim to provide a frame of reference for the discourse about this important syndrome of modern workplaces.

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Michaela Meinert

Lunchtime Seminar - Design of global production networks under consideration of trade barriers and uncertainty

Tuesday, 10. July 2018 - 12:00 to 13:00, Leonardo-Campus 18

In a volatile business environment where uncertainties are influencing the supply chain, the ability to adapt to changes is essential. In particular uncertainties about customer demand, exchange rate fluctuations and changing labor costs are pressuring global manufacturers to flexibly adapt their production networks on a global scale to face these challenges. Legal regulation by countries and free trade agreements are governing the material flows and places of value creation. The optimal location of plants, selection of suppliers and installed production capacities are heavily influenced by trade barriers such as tariffs and requirements on local contents. Current planning approaches for the design of global production networks do not consider legal requirements of trade barriers in a sufficient way. This talk will focus on the integration of trade barriers in a strategic planning model for global production networks and their influence on the manufacturing footprint. The application of the developed planning model is shown in an exemplary case in the automotive industry under consideration of possible Brexit scenarios.

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