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Advanced Seminar - Digital Transformation (IN2107, IN4831) 
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Summer semester 2021
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Informatics 17 - Chair of Information Systems and Business Process Management (Prof. Rinderle-Ma)
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Digital transformation – the use of technology to radically improve performance or reach of enterprises – is becoming a hot topic for companies across the globe. Executives in all industries are using digital advances such as analytics, mobility, social media and smart embedded devices – and improving their use of traditional technologies such as ERP – to change customer relationships, internal processes, and value propositions. Other executives, seeing how fast digital technology disrupted media industries in the past decade, know the need to pay attention to changes in their industry (Westerman et al. 2014)

The goal of this seminar is to bring together the knowledge from sector-leading companies that engage in digital transformation. These companies have the interest and capacity to share insights into their very own transformation journey with teams of 4 motivated students. Over five months you and your team will undertake a comprehensive case study on a specific transformation project your case study partner has launched. You will gain in-depth insights into the company’s journey and derive industry specific managerial advice for the digital transformation. This will enable the participating companies to reflect on their digitization strategy.

This seminar will be held in close cooperation with our practice partner SAP. In the course of the seminar you will have the opportunity to present your findings to Gerhard Oswald (Member of the Supervisory Board SAP SE) and to visit the SAP headquarter at Walldorf.

The seminar will be held as a block course. For the preliminary schedule see German description.

Good command of German is a requirement for participation in the seminar!

In order to apply for the seminar please use the matching tool of the Department of Informatics (https://matching.in.tum.de). Additionally, please send a letter of motivation, a structured CV, and a transcript of records via e-mail to Rob Jago Flötgen (rob.floetgen@tum.de).
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In this seminar you will:
• get hands-on experience in conducting a major case study with a real organization
• get practical insights into digital transformation strategy making and planning
• work in a team
• develop an understanding of the drivers and inhibitors of digital transformation
• get actual real-life experience in writing and presenting a case study report
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This is a truly multi-disciplinary course. It lies at the intersection of – among others – information systems, business strategy, IT strategy, organizational leadership, organizational change management, technology adoption and diffusion.
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For writing seminar papers the guidelines of the Chair for Information Systems apply.

You can resign from the course until 3 weeks before the semester starts via e-mail to rob.floetgen@tum.de.

In order to apply for the seminar please use the matching tool of the Department of Informatics (https://matching.in.tum.de). Additionally, please send a letter of motivation, a structured CV, and a transcript of records via e-mail to Rob Jago Flötgen (rob.floetgen@tum.de).