Management 4.0

Management 4.0

Handbook for Agile Practices, Release 3

Patrick Balve, Frank Edelkraut, Jens Köhler, Helge F. R. Nuhn, Steve Raue, Norbert Schaffitzel, Marcel Schwarzenberger, Hubertus Tuczek , Alfred Oswald (Hrsg.), Wolfram Müller (Hrsg.)

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312 Seiten

ISBN-13: 9783749430970

Verlag: Books on Demand

Erscheinungsdatum: 24.03.2019

Sprache: Englisch

Farbe: Ja

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Who should read this Book?
This book is written for anyone who is interested in agility or needs to be agile. It is for those who seek deeper knowledge about what keeps the agile world together. You can read it from the perspective of a top manager or decision maker who feels the urge to be more agile. But you can also take the book and just follow it from the perspective of a user.

What do you get?
- A systemic picture of agility - to enable you to analyse your system (your team, your department, your company or your business network) and identify fields of agile application and the specific need for agility.
- The ingredients of an Agile Mindset - this allows you to transform your organization and develop an agile culture for your organization.
- The theoretical foundation of agile principles - so that you can really understand and assess the value of all the expert ideas for you and your organization. You will get the necessary skills to tailor organization specific agile frameworks without losing essential ingredients.
- Input for your own reflections - you will be capable of innovating agility and be ahead of the main stream.
Patrick Balve

Patrick Balve

Heilbronn University, Faculty for Industrial and Process Engineering, 74081 Heilbronn

He holds a master degree in Mechanical Engineering with specialization in International Project Management. After graduating, Dr. Balve spent five years in the field of consulting and research at the renowned Fraunhofer-Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation. Since then, he has held various management positions in logistics and quality in the automotive industry. In 2009, Dr. Balve was appointed professor at Heilbronn University in the Faculty of Industrial and Process Engineering. He is director of the Manufacturing and Operations Management bachelor program and head of the Heilbronn Learning Factory. His fields of research include lean manufacturing systems and state-of-the-art project management approaches.

Frank Edelkraut

Frank Edelkraut

Mentus GmbH, 22359 Hamburg

He is Managing Director and a well-versed Human Resources manager. As a Technical Chemist he started his career in Project Management and subsequently became a Human Resources Manager. In the last 15 years he has worked as an Interim Manager in a variety of industries and as a trainer in Leadership Development Programs. He is a member of the professional group for Agile Management of the GPM (German Association for Project Management e.V.). His field of work is Organizational Development and Leadership Development and the consequences of agile methods on organizational design and developmental matters.

Jens Köhler

Jens Köhler

BASF SE, 67056 Ludwigshafen

He received his Diploma in Physics from Bonn University and already began tackling the subject of complexity in his doctorate. He focuses on the Digitization in research and development. His specialty is the regulation of social complexity to lever the efficiency and effectiveness of project teams, being inevitable for successfully forming the digital transformation.

Helge F. R. Nuhn

Helge F. R. Nuhn

PwC AG, 60329 Frankfurt

He studied Information Systems at the Technical University, Darmstadt and obtained his PhD (Dr. rer. pol.) from the European Business School University, Wiesbaden. His areas of research lie in the realm of organizational theory and temporary forms of organizing. A Certified Scrum Master and Certified LeSS Practitioner, he seeks to enhance the ways in which teams work in every conceivable project and environment. In his job as a manager and consultant, he is part of an internal Agile Community of Interest.

Steve Raue

Steve Raue

Accenture, 10117 Berlin

He is an expert for strategic change and project management. He uses his expertise in communications, culture and behaviour analysis for an innovative approach to changing organizations in projects and team development. He is a Scrum Master and founding member of the professional group on Agile Management of the GPM (German Associations for Project Management e.V.). Steve is currently working on his doctorate in Cross-Cultural Complex Project Management, exploring implications for future project management based on systemic integration of conventional and agile project practices.

Norbert Schaffitzel

Norbert Schaffitzel

DB Systel GmbH, 60329 Frankfurt

studied economics in Freiburg and Berlin with specialization in Business Informatics and marketing of investment goods. Since 1988 he has been working in enterprise IT, initially as a software developer and subsequently as project manager on different projects at DB Systel GmbH, the IT service provider for Deutsche Bahn AG. Since 2012 his special interest has been the implementation of Agile Management techniques in projects of large organizations and the transformation of project teams by using agile practices. To extend his knowledge of agile experiences and management of the future, in 2014 he joined the Agile Management GPM professional group.

Marcel Schwarzenberger

Marcel Schwarzenberger

projektimpulse GmbH, 20354 Hamburg

He works as a consultant and trainer at projektimpulse GmbH. Between 2004 to 2016 he was responsible for organizational and public administration investment projects in the security and defense industry. As a former federal armed forces officer, he is particularly interested in changing the methodology for leadership, and organizational development of Agile Project Management practices. He has been a member of the Agile Management professional group at GPM since 2017 and applies his knowledge and experience in management and strategic development of organizations to Agile Management. His research interests are leadership and organizational development practices for value creating organizations of the future.

Hubertus Tuczek

Hubertus Tuczek

University of Applied Sciences Landshut, 84036 Landshut
TCC-Management - Strategy Consulting, 81247 Munich

He received his doctorate in Engineering from the Technical University in Munich (TUM) (Prof. Milberg). He has accumulated over 30 years of management experience in the machinery and equipment, aerospace and automotive industries. For 17 years he held the position of group vice president on the board of the Dräxlmaier Group, an internationally operating automotive supplier, with responsibility for international business development, quality and project management, as well as global procurement. At the beginning of 2015 he was appointed Professor for Management and Leadership at the University of Applied Sciences in Landshut, near Munich. His research is focused on the changing requirements for leadership in the digital age.

Alfred Oswald

Alfred Oswald (Hrsg.)

IFST - Institute for Social Technologies GmbH, 52223 Stolberg

He earned his doctorate in Theoretical Physics at RWTH Aachen University. He is Managing Director at IFST-Institute for Social Technologies GmbH, a Consulting Institute for Agile and Fluid Organizations. He is head of the professional group for Agile Management at GPM (German Association for Project Management e.V.). His field of work is the efficiency and effectiveness of organizations through innovative social technologies. He has many years of experience in the management of innovative and complex projects, as well as in the transformation of project-oriented organizations into high-performance organizations.

Wolfram Müller

Wolfram Müller (Hrsg.)

VISTEM GmbH & Co.KG., 64646 Heppenheim

Founder and Principal Consultant at and VISTEM, Wolfram brings 25 years of experience as a Consulting Executive, IT Project Portfolio and Project Manager, Process Engineer, and Software Engineer. As head of the PMO at 1&1 Internet AG, he led 40 project managers in the delivery of 500 projects, innovating industry-leading methods, to drive unprecedented improvements in speed and reliability across the portfolio. He has published over 20 articles and books on Critical Chain, Agile and Lean and is a well-known speaker in Europe on how to achieve hyper-productive IT project portfolios.

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