Digitalization creates new opportunities for companies to rethink their internal processes, in production and administration, and subsequently make them more efficient and transparent.
In our third event organized in cooperation with “Maschinenraum”, a shared innovation ecosystem for SMEs by SMEs, we will look at how companies should approach this topic, which technologies can help them and how this change in processes will affect an organization as a whole.
For this event, guests Stefan Jörgens, Director R&D at Albrecht JUNG GmbH & Co.KG, and Prof. Dr Claudia Lehmann, Chair of Digital Innovation in the Service Industries at HHL, will join Dana Prahl (HHL) as interviewees.
The event language is German.
Join us and enjoy an inspirational exchange.
About the speakers
Stefan Jörgens studied electrical engineering at the Technical University of Braunschweig before working for Klöckner Moeller (now Eaton) in various positions for nine years. In 2001, he moved to LumbergConnect GmbH, a globally active connector manufacturer and systems supplier, as Head of Development, with a focus on the automotive, telecommunications (mobile devices), photovoltaics and white/red goods sectors. Since May 2011, he has been with Albrecht JUNG GmbH & Co.KG, a premium supplier of modern building technology, in Schalksmühle as the Director R&D.
In this position, he is responsible for all global development and approval activities as well as project management. Stefan Jörgens is an internationally experienced expert with a wide range of industry, methodological and process expertise. He puts a lot of emphasis on shaping transformation processes proactively and inclusively (with people for people).
Prof. Dr. Claudia Lehmann has been holding the Chair of Digital Innovation in the Service Sector at HHL Graduate School of Management since January 2020. Originally from Brandenburg, she studied industrial engineering at the Technical University of Dresden with a focus on aviation technology, technology and innovation management. After gaining some first experience at Lufthansa Cargo in San Francisco and graduating as an industrial engineer, she worked as a consultant. In 2015, she received her PhD on the topic: “Exploring service productivity: Studies in the German airport industry”. Since 2015, Prof. Lehmann has been leading the Center for Leading Innovation and Cooperation (CLIC) at HHL. She is a lecturer at universities in Germany and abroad and gives international lectures on topics such as “Industry 4.0”.
Dana Prahl graduated at Leipzig University in 2000 with a business degree. She worked in Germany and abroad in strategy, project and product management roles, with companies ranging from large corporations to medium-sized ones to her own start-up. Dana Prahl joined HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management in 2020 and since has been overseeing corporate relations, at HHL and the Institute for Family Business & Entrepreneurial Succession (IFU). She initiated this series of events and is in charge of selecting the topics and guest speakers.