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Corporations that address the ongoing internationalisation and digitalisation by developing innovative business models and by building sustainable business ecosystems are more successful in the medium- and long term.
The increasing interconnectedness of people, products and services (servitisation) and the associated goods and services processes unlocks new potential for organisations amid the ongoing digitalisation. Organisations can tap into this potential through suitable processes, the introduction of innovations and the sustainable design of their value chain.
The successful design and organisation of innovative business processes is a key success factor for the company of tomorrow. In business ecosystems, it is no longer individual companies that compete against each other, but different value networks.
Integrated, process-oriented approaches and the value-centred development of companies and value networks that are fit for the future take centre stage.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Major Value Network Management (Only in German)
MAS in Business Engineering
European Manufacturing Survey (EMS)
The HSLU and a consortium of research institutes and universities from several European countries are the co-organisers of the “European Manufacturing Survey” (EMS). The EMS collects data on the use of techno-organisational innovation in the production processes of the manufacturing sector and records the resulting improvements in productivity. The project has been collecting data since 2001.
Graf Hugo (CC SOM), Huber Sebastian (CC SOM), Jüttner Uta (CC SOM), Meissner Jens (CC M&L)