After successfully kicking off the first CHAnge Management eVENT in Q2 2018 with plenty of learning how to deal with continuous change in organizations, it is now time for the second event. This time the spotlight is on technology-driven changes and their impact on organizations.
Technology is without any doubt a key change driver. It is a key driver behind many new business models, dramatically changing customer behavior and producing entirely new ways of collaboration. But how can organizations keep pace and fully leverage the business value behind new technologies? How can they ensure that performance levels stay high despite transition phases towards new technologies? And which changes within organizations are necessary to cope with external influences?
The goal of this ChaVent is to share insights and experience from different industries on how to adjust and enable your organization to cope with technological influence.
Besides expert sharing by thought leaders, there will be a dedicated time for guided discussions and exchange amongst participants and speakers in small working groups to ensure individual takeaways and learnings.
What is Change Management and what is the benefit?
Without doubt - change is part of our all daily life. Change is supposed to generate business value and enable progress. Frequently neglected are the negative side effects of change such as a decrease in performance and low commitment to the new. Thus, often, change does not lead to the intended business value. Change Management provides tools and techniques to reduce the loss in productivity and to increase the likelihood of generating the targeted business value.
Agenda for the evening
17:00 – 17:30: Registration
17:30 – 17:50: Welcome & Opening
- Michael Babilon-Teubenbacher, General Manager of CPC Consulting (Beijing) Ltd.
17:50 – 18:45: Expert Sharing
- Dr. Stefan Eberhardt, CIO Daimler Greater China
- Carles Cortes Costa, Associate Director of MCON China Ltd
18:45 – 19:30 Discussion in working groups
19:30 – 20:30 Networking and light snacks
Michael Babilon-Teubenbacher, General Manager of CPC Consulting (Beijing) Ltd.
Having graduated in International Business Administration from the IMC Krems and having spent most of the past two decades outside of his home country Austria, he truly is a global citizen. Apart from project assignments in Japan, Spain, the Netherlands and Australia he spent five years in China to ramp-up and lead the local subsidy of .CPC Group. In his more than 15 years of consulting he gained in-depth experience in Transformation-, Strategy Definition- as well as Organizational Growth projects. Michael is Certified Systemic Business Coach, Scrum Master as well as trainer for Project Management and Leadership Development. Also he is a certified EFQM assessor and trainer, thus promoting Business Excellence in Europe, China and beyond.
Dr. Stefan Eberhardt, CIO Daimler Greater China
Together with his team of software engineers, architects, data scientists and cyber security specialists, Stefan is responsible for the full range of IT in the most important market for Daimler globally. He is convinced that Daimler needs to digitally re-invent itself in order to be the exemplary next-generation mobility company in China. With more than 20 years of experience working in Mercedes-Benz AG and Daimler’s various business entities and a doctorate in Value-Based Management, Stefan’s expertise lies in Global Logistics, Aftersales, IT Strategy, Enterprise Architecture, and Cyber Security, driving changes in strategic development, implementing agile methods, and strengthening the global footprint for large scale IT projects, IT cross functions and services.
Carles Cortes Costa, Associate Director of MCON China Ltd
Carles is leading a team of Cloud Architects and Cloud Engineers for the past 8 years, focusing automotive industry and foreign enterprises in China. With his team, he is enabler of digital transformation processes on both technical and mindset level. His recent topics are how the enable customers to use technologies and concepts like Kubernetes, Big Data, IoT, DevOps and Continuous Integration in order to enable digitalization strategies and product development. Understanding Public Cloud and Docker are key to this enablement.
When: 17 January 2019 | 05:00pm – 08:30pm,
Venue: German Centre, Beijing | DRC Liangmaqiao
11th Floor, Unit 1101A, DRC Liangmaqiao Diplomatic Office Building, 19 Dongfang East Road, Chaoyang District, 100600 Beijing, PR China
Fee: 200 RMB for member / German Centre tenants, 400 RMB for non-member / non-tenants