12:00

Registration

12:30

12:00 – 12:30

REGISTRATION

12:30

WELCOME LUNCH

13:30

12:30 – 13:30

WELCOME LUNCH

13:30

Welcome

14:00

13:30 – 14:00

WELCOME

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Horst Ellermann
Publisher of CIO Magazine Germany

Claussen

Sönke Clausen
CEO
Bee360

14:00

BRINGING TOGETHER HEALTHY GROWTH
AND DIGITIZATION OF IT PROCESSES

14:30

14:00 – 14:30

BRINGING TOGETHER HEALTHY GROWTH AND DIGITIZATION OF IT PROCESSES

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Dirk Birke
CFO
Volkswagen Group IT Solutions

Bringing together healthy growth and digitization of IT processes. How the VWGIS creates transparency and structure for its projects and employees

 

As a part and IT partner in the Volkswagen Group, Volkswagen Group IT Solutions grew particularly quickly within the first five years.
With its sophisticated system and programming solutions, the company is the partner in the Volkswagen Group for the smooth running of complex IT processes and projects.
But how does the IT partner control the associated processes for a large number of products in the company and map them comprehensibly for its own employees?

The solution: creating transparency and structure. In cooperation with the partner Bee360, the digitization of processes is being driven forward in order to act innovatively and maximize the potential of all employees. Of course, the best talents should also be attracted in the future to promote the steady growth of the VWGIS. Bee360 and VWGIS will share their findings at the European IT Management Symposium.

14:30

Coffee Break & Finding the rooms

Sessions or Podium

14:45

14:30 – 14:45

Coffee Break & Finding the Rooms
Sessions or Podium

14:45

IT TRENDS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES

Hosted by CMDU 

14:45 – 15:15

IT TRENDS AND THEIR
CONSEQUENCES
Hosted by CMDU 

Georg Herzwurm

Prof. Dr. Georg Herzwurm
University of Stuttgart

IT trends and their consequences for the future management of IT departments

Digitization is permanently changing corporate structures and business models. What is the significance of the forecasts for companies and their IT departments? How will megatrends change our reality and how must our business models adapt? Is agile the new normal? How do IT departments deal with hypes and trends? How can employees be led and brought along with these changes?

At the next European IT Management Symposium, we will discuss opportunities and risks in the corporate handling of future trends. Georg Herzwurm, Professor of Business Informatics at the University of Stuttgart, will take a look at what was and what could be.

15:15

Adoption of Digital Leadership

Hosted by CMDU 

15:45

15:15 – 15:45

Adoption of digital
Leadership
Hosted by CMDU 

Eberl Julia-EITMS

Julia Eberl
Leuphana University of Lüneburg,
Digital Transformation and Information Management

How to Change a Running System:
Adoption of Digital Leadership in Organizational Routines

Digitalization is reshaping our understanding of leadership towards what we call digital leadership. This entails various challenges that range from enabling remote collaboration to realizing innovative digital business models. The underlying core challenge, however, still lies in understanding and driving digital leadership adoption. While the literature offers insights about related skills and styles, it lacks tangible advice on how to instantiate digital leadership in organizational routines.

Julia Eberl, PhD student at Leuphana University, will talk about what digital leadership is and how it can be translated into practice by adopting specific organizational routines.

14:45

Breakout Sessions

15:45

14:45 – 15:45

Breakout Sessions

Session 1

Bee360 The Platform
What Is It And How to Implement

 

You heard of Bee360 and the BeeApproach, it creating holistic views, transparency and more. But what exactly is Bee360? How do you start? And how long does it take until you see results?

Join this Breakout session to learn about the company, Bee360 the holistic Management solution and how to get started with it.

Session 2

Market Trends:
Enterprise Agile Planning

 

There are companies which did a complete shift to an agile organization while others are doing some project work in an agile way. Often the “agile Transformation” starts using tools like Jira. But Enterprise Agile is much more. Learn about the capabilities an organization needs in the agile transformation. What structures, frameworks and ways of working are required? What culture is needed that this transformation brings the desired flexibility and speed and goes really beyond buying some new fancy agile tools.

Session 3

Market Trends:
Strategic Portfolio Management

 

Strategic Portfolio Management gained importance as a tool to steer your organization and focus on doing the right things. However, to achieve strategic alignment from Portfolio to Execution requires a holistic view and the ability to manage traditional, agile and hybrid ways of execution.

15:45

COFFEE BREAK

16:15

15:45 – 16:15

COFFEE BREAK

16:15

RAPID CHANGING WORK
ENVIRONMENTS

16:45

16:15 – 16:45

RAPID CHANGING WORK
ENVIRONMENTS

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Markus Egetenmeyr
Head of Global IT Business Applications-Architecture and Business Partnering
Merz

How to keep our employees engaged.


Digitalization, working remotely and the competition for talented resources are just some examples of a rapidly changing work environment. To make this a successful journey it is important to involve our employees and to keep them engaged. In addition to soft skills we require efficient tools and different ways of working. At Merz Pharma we focus on transparency and personal responsibility. We ask ourselves how our overall strategies and initiatives are related to one another and how can every individual contribute to our roadmap. During this symposium we will illustrate how we implemented a foundation using Bee360 to achieve this transparency.

16:45

7 Lessons Learned -
IT Transformation @ Santander Bank

17:15

16:45 – 17:15

7 LESSONS LEARNED –
IT TRANSFORMATION @
SANTANDER BANK

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Fernando Burgos
CIO
Santander Consumer Bank AG

Driving technology transformation is a strategic imperative in the Banking Industry. However, evolving from legacy systems and hierarchical waterfall working structures is by no means a simple challenge. Tenacity, relentlessness, and ruthless execution are required to establish a new IT world of cloud-based stacks, digitalized capabilities, and agile ways of working. Meanwhile, the unfavorable macro context of volatility, pandemia, negative interest rates, etc puts any plan and delivery certainties at risk. Furthermore, financial services business disruption and profits erosion have forced CIOs to additionally confront brutal cost reduction and efficiency challenges.

 

After 3 years in the Company, and still being in the middle of the journey, the CIO of Santander Bank will share lessons learned in leadership and insights from execution experience in transforming the Bank.

17:15

Closing Day 1

17:30

17:15 – 17:30

CLOSING DAY1

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Horst Ellermann
Publisher of CIO Magazine Germany

Claussen

Sönke Clausen
CEO
Bee360

17:30

BREAK

18:00

17:30 – 18:00

BREAK

18:00

Guided tour of the colliery

19:00

18:00 – 19:00

GUIDED TOUR OF THE COLLIERY

19:00

Champagne reception

19:30

19:00 – 19:30

CHAMPAGNE RECEPTION

19:30

Network dinner

Open

19:30 – Open

NETWORK DINNER

08:00

REGISTRATION

09:00

08:00 – 09:00

REGISTRATION

09:00

WELCOME: Day 2

09:30

09:00 – 09:30

WELCOME: DAY 2

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Horst Ellermann
Publisher of CIO Magazine Germany

Claussen

Sönke Clausen
CEO
Bee360

09:30

From Transformation to Data-Driven Collaboration

10:00

09:30 – 10:00

From Transformation to Data-Driven Collaboration

Omerhodzic

Sinanudin Omerhodzic
Transformational CIO & CDO
Aldi Nord

ALDI Nord seizes opportunities provided by technology to reinvent or even revolutionise the discount. A key driver of this transformation is ALDI Nord’s technology organisation. But how can this transformation take place?

To achieve this target, customer-oriented structures are built, which are based on five core platforms:

· Agile Structures which support our transformation

· Fusion Collaboration (Business & IT)

· Form our Technology Capabilities

· A new campus in Essen as the perfect environment for exchange and for driving a joint innovation

· Defining the future of discounting is not possible without high quality master data

Curious? Join our presentation at the EITMS ’22 — From Transformation to Data-Driven Collaboration.

10:00

Ensuring future viability - digital architectures

as enablers for sustainable business.

10:30

10:00 – 10:30

Ensuring future viability – digital architectures as enablers for sustainable business

Harald-Kirsch

Harald Kirsch
Head of Automation and Industrial IT
ALD Vacuum Technologies

Sustainable business and also the concept of the Circular Economy – based on the development of innovative technologies, an effective digitalization strategy as well as ecological and socio-cultural aspects – ensures the future viability of a production environment or a production site, secures its innovative strength and thus its future competitiveness.
10:30

COFFEE BREAK

11:00

10:30 – 11:00

COFFEE BREAK

11:00

TO BE OR NOT TO BE?
FOUR KEY QUESTIONS ON ADAPTIVE IT GOVERNANCE

Hosted by CMDU 

11:30

11:00 – 11:30

TO BE OR NOT TO BE? FOUR KEY QUESTIONS ON ADAPTIVE IT GOVERNANCE Hosted by CMDU

Rentrop Christopher EITMS 22

Prof. Dr. Christopher Rentrop
HTWG Constance
Constance Institute for Process Control

Adaptive Governance is a valuable approach in IT and Digital Business Management for defining the barrier between control and degrees of freedom. What do we as IT want to control? How much do we move this barrier towards business to provide degrees of freedom? How does this shift the focus from cost-efficiency to enabling innovative digital business?

Christopher Rentrop from the Constance Institute of Process Control will guide the audience through the four key questions of Adaptive Governance. In his speech, he will elaborate on the concerns of governance stakeholders and the positioning, requirements, and design of Adaptive Governance.

11:30

Strategies for Modern Working Environments -
Insights from Science and Practice

Hosted by CMDU 

12:00

11:30 – 12:00

STRATEGIES FOR MODERN WORKING ENVIRONMENTS –
INSIGHTS FROM SCIENCE AND PRACTICE
Hosted by CMDU 

Lemmer

Dr. Kristina Lemmer
Leuphana University of Lüneburg

In the age of digital transformation and – more than ever – in the age of digital collaboration, it is important to enable autonomy, empowerment, and commitment through a transparent approach to the organizational compass and to make this compass the subject of internal friction so as not to close oneself off to the influences of the surrounding ecosystem and to be able to respond adaptively to upcoming changes in the market.
In her presentation, Dr. Kristina Lemmer will summarize her insights from the digital transformation strategy definition of various institutions for you, and then present a model for successful strategy formulation of modern workplaces in organizations.

12:00

Driving Cultural Change

Hosted by CMDU 

12:30

12:00 – 12:30

DRIVING CULTURAL CHANGE
Hosted by CMDU

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Constanze Riedinger
HTWG Constance
Constance Institute for Process Control

Setting up the Stage: Driving Cultural Change by Moving from Cost Discussions towards Value Management

 

IT becomes an increasingly important strategic factor for companies. Traditionally, IT is still seen as a cost factor in some companies. This understanding has to change as leveraging new digital business opportunities requires investments. Linking costs to value creates the right foundation for a cultural change that is not characterized by control and minimalism but provides the right degrees of freedom for innovation and growth.

In her presentation, Constanze Riedinger, PhD student at HTWG Konstanz, will discuss how transparency on the right level of detail will re-shape business IT dialogues towards a common understanding of “digital” to set up the stage for doing the right things.

11:00

Working Groups

12:30

11:00 – 12:30

WORKING GROUPS

WORKING GROUP 1

CIO

WORKING GROUP 2

Portfolio Managers
(Agile + Traditional)

WORKING GROUP 3

Enterprise Architects

WORKING GROUP 4

Controlling

12:30

LUNCH

13:30

12:30 – 13:30

LUNCH

13:30 – 14:00

CORPORATE AI STRATEGY FORMULATION
Hosted by CMDU 

13:30

Corporate AI Strategy Formulation

Hosted by CMDU 

14:00

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Prof. Dr. Dennis Schlegel
Reutlingen University

In the upcoming years, huge benefits are expected from Artificial Intelligence (AI). Even though companies are investing heavily in AI applications, only a few have formulated a clear AI strategy.

 

In his speech, Dennis Schlegel will present a framework to guide the formulation of AI strategies that is both, practical, and based on scientific grounds. Besides technological considerations, topics related to people and culture play a vital role in a successful strategy definition.

14:00 – 14:30

RESILIENCE OF ORGANISATIONS
Hosted by CMDU 

14:00

Resilience of organisations

Hosted by CMDU 

14:30

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Clemens Schreiber
KIT
AIFB, Corporate Information Systems

How to improve the resilience of organisations using process mining

 

In the face of constantly changing markets, organizational resilience becomes an ever more important topic. While there are many aspects, which influence the resilience of an organization, such as business strategy, organizational culture and risk management, it also strongly depends on the organizational structure and the business processes of an organization. How well the business processes are prepared to changing conditions can be analysed based on the created process data within the organization.

In his presentation, Clemens Schreiber, PhD Student at the KIT, will show how process mining enables organizations to measure and develop resilience.

13:30

Breakout Sessions

14:30

13:30 – 14:30

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

SESSION 1

Limits of
ITSM

SESSION 2

Market Trends: Enterprise Architecture Management

 

How can Enterprise Architecture add value to todays business reality, where the speed of change increased so much? This question is to be answered, if you want your EA to be the value adding compass and not the wheel clamp for your organization. That means, EA has to be effortless, up to date and accepted. It has to be understood from the business side, showing the capabilities your organization needs and how to get them. How can this unicorn become a reality?

SESSION 2

Market Trends:
IT Financial Management


Showing the value of IT and discussing costs at the right level – that’s the art of ITFM. Especially with Digitalization, IT came into the spotlight and the desire of the business to understand the value of IT for them increased. Even more, you need to understand it with up to date data and need to adapt financial plans to changes in your reality. How can that be done?

14:30

BREAK

14:45

14:30 – 14:45

BREAK

14:45

MANAGEMENT BY DIGITAL CAPABILITIES: LUFTHANSA’S JOURNEY TOWARDS
CUSTOMER CENTRICITY

15:15

14:45 – 15:15

MANAGEMENT BY DIGITAL CAPABILITIES: LUFTHANSA’S JOURNEY TOWARDS CUSTOMER CENTRICITY

Spannbauer Christian Lufthansa

Christian Spannbauer
Head of IT Digitalization
Lufthansa

The recent development has once again proved that digitalization can be a key differentiator when if comes to changed market conditions and customer needs. Lufthansa Group managed the recent crisis by increasing efficiency and focus on customer centricity by means of digital. A framework between IT and business functions was implemented to define and align on joint target pictures based on needed capabilities. The assessment of the gap between desired state and current situation led to actionable roadmaps considering value contribution and necessary investments in order to achieve the target state. The approach provides the guardrails for project- and portfolio management and significantly reduced alignment efforts, accelerates implementation speed and focus on customer and commercial value.

15:15

Making New Work possible

15:45

15:15 – 15:45

MAKING NEW WORK POSSIBLE

Atilla-Kuecuek

Atilla Kücük
CIO
LEONHARD WEISS

Jan-Peter-Finke

Jan-Peter Finke
Application and Project Manager
LEONHARD WEISS

Our experiences on the way to New Work

In 2020 we started our journey to New Work at LEONHARD WEISS Information Technology.

The purpose of our transformation is making digitalization and process optimization faster for the whole company. To achieve this we set us three “New Work principles”: transparency, self-organization and being proactive. All of that using only one tool: Bee360.

This change requires a lot of attention to detail, a well thought communication and some easy to use dashboards.

We will give you an insight about our challenges and achievements – both on the human side and the tool side.

15:45

COFFEE BREAK

16:15

15:45 – 16:15

COFFEE BREAK

16:15

The Digital Tandem at CLAAS —
A New Level of Collaboration

16:45

16:15 – 16:45

The Digital Tandem at CLAAS — A New Level of Collaboration
Knorr David

David Knorr
Senior Vice President Corporate IT
CLAAS

Smart Machines. Smart Farming. Smart Service. Data-Driven Factory. 3D Experience. IT and Digital are increasingly becoming a driving force for the success of the CLAAS Group.

To harness this power even more, we at CLAAS want to take collaboration between colleagues and customers, partners and providers, inside and outside IT to a new level. This requires business and IT experts to work closely together to design, implement, roll out, and operate value-adding IT solutions. We call this fusion of expertise the Digital Tandem.

Follow David Knorr, Senior Vice President Corporate IT at CLAAS Group, as he speaks at EITMS ’22 and learn more about how CLAAS is enabling a new level of collaboration.

16:45

CLOSING SESSION

17:15

16:45 – 17:15

CLOSING SESSION

Corvin_

Dr. Corvin Meyer-Blankart
Head of Clausmark Digital University
Clausmark

Claussen

Sönke Clausen
CEO
Bee360

 Please note, the program is subject to change.

New business, new Auto, new work.

How VW GIS awakens the full potential of their employees.


Digitalization of your enterprise is a complex, multifaceted challenge.
VW created the Group IT Solutions to be VWs innovative, fast executing unit that brings the change into the enterprise. With self-driving “New Auto” GIS will transform VW from a traditional car manufacturer to an innovative big IT enterprise.
This poses not only financial, operational and technological challenges, but most important: Human.
Maximizing the potential of all employees, attracting the best new talent and empowering your organization requires leadership and a solution that encompasses all these facets. Bee360 and VW GIS will share their insights at the European IT Management Symposium.

Dr. Stephan Fingerling

CEO 
Volkswagen Group IT Solutions

Dirk Birke

CFO 
Volkswagen Group IT Solutions