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Industry 4.0 and Sustainable Supply Chain Manage­ment: Sustaina­bi­lity Accoun­ting Perspec­tive

Vortrag des Forschungs­in­sti­tuts Supply Chain Manage­ment
15. Mai 2017
17:00 Uhr
Wirt­schafts­uni­ver­sität Wien, Welt­han­dels­platz 1, 1020 Wien
Gebäude D2, Raum 0.38

Industry 4.0 referred to as the fourth indus­trial revo­lu­tion or Internet of Things, is an origi­nated concept from Germany. It is argued that advanced infor­ma­tion tech­no­logy and social media networks will allow busi­nesses, faci­li­ties and machines throughout the value chain to share data and use smart networks to develop a level of self-a­wa­reness. Industry 4.0 high­lights smart factory, improved produc­tivity, resource effi­ci­ency, climate change and energy, digi­tiza­tion in value chain, and global sour­cing and distri­bu­tion in supply network. Despite the growing impacts of Industry 4.0 on corpo­rate sustaina­bi­lity manage­ment prac­tices, an under­stan­ding of how the context of corpo­rate sustaina­bi­lity could be incor­po­rated into supply chain manage­ment remains under­de­ve­l­oped. This rese­arch seeks to examine the sustaina­bi­lity issues in supply chain manage­ment in the context of sustaina­bi­lity accoun­ting. The outcomes of the rese­arch provide the key areas of deve­lop­ment and future direc­tions.

Vortra­gender: Ki-Hoon Lee

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Risk-­ma­nage­ment in the bioeco­nomy

Vortrag des Forschungs­in­sti­tuts Supply Chain Manage­ment
29. März 2017
17:00 Uhr
Wirt­schafts­uni­ver­sität Wien, Welt­han­dels­platz 1, 1020 Wien
Library and Learning Center, 2.400 Club­raum

An important stra­tegy for economic compe­ti­tiveness of biomass inputs is to increase their utiliza­tion effi­ci­ency by applying the cascade utiliza­tion prin­ciple. Cascade utiliza­tion inher­ently brings addi­tional comple­xity into produc­tion, however, and with it, addi­tional risk. On top of these inherent risks come risks specific to biomass inputs, such as fluc­tua­tions in quality and avail­a­bi­lity and changes in mate­rial proper­ties that occur as mate­rials cascade through the produc­tion network. To manage this complex risk port­folio, deci­si­on-­ma­kers can resort to a variety of deci­sion analy­tical tech­ni­ques. However, it would be useful for mana­gers to have more clarity about which tech­ni­ques are most suitable under which circum­stances. This paper helps provide such clarity by applying Snowden`s Cynefin frame­work speci­fi­cally to the deci­si­on-­ma­king context of the "bioeco­nomy."

Vortra­gende: Jutta Gelder­mann

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Red Bull – How wings are made

Vortrags­reihe des Forschungs­in­sti­tuts für Supply Chain Manage­ment
27. März 2017
17:00 Uhr
Wirt­schafts­uni­ver­sität Wien, Welt­han­dels­platz 1, 1020 Wien
Library and Learning Center, 2.400 Club­raum

Cele­bra­ting its 30th birthday in 2017, Red Bull currently sells more than 6 billion cans per year. Get an insight into the world behind the can, inclu­ding the wall-­to-­wall produc­tion concept and the effi­cient packa­ging and trans­port solu­tions. Werner Depauly, Head of Global Purcha­sing, will illus­trate the comple­xity of sour­cing product ingre­dients and packa­ging mate­rials across the globe. He will also talk about sustaina­bi­lity and Red Bull’s efforts to ensure its carbon foot­print stays as small as possible throughout the entire lifecycle of the can. Erhard Stadler, Head of Global Supply Chain, will explain how Red Bull distri­butes its finished product globally from just two produc­tion plants and the chal­lenges asso­ciated with this approach. For those inte­rested in laun­ching a career at Red Bull, Martin Schneller (HR Busi­ness Partner), will answer all care­er-­re­lated ques­tions. After the session join us for snacks and Red Bull, at which time all spea­kers will be avail­able for any further ques­tions and discus­sion.

Vortra­gende: Werner Depauly, Erhard Stadler, Martin Schneller 

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DynInTo – intel­li­gent opti­miza­tion based on vali­dated fore­casts. How an idea forms into a product

Vortrags­reihe des Forschungs­in­sti­tuts für Supply Chain Manage­ment
20. März 2017
17:00 Uhr
Wirt­schafts­uni­ver­sität Wien, Welt­han­dels­platz 1, 1020 Wien
Library & Learning Center 2.400 Club­raum

Supply Chain Manage­ment within the retail sector proves to be one of the most chal­len­ging fields to compete in for modern logis­tics enter­prises. Ongoing demo­gra­phic change, ever incre­a­sing urba­ni­sa­tion and the resul­ting concen­tra­tion within cities lead to a constantly chan­ging envi­ron­ment.lbase is deve­lo­ping a new product called DynInTo to incor­po­rate various chal­len­ging limi­ta­tions and to enable a plan­ning and moni­to­ring tool that will serve as a one stop solu­tion to enhance visi­bi­lity for distri­bu­tion and deli­very as well as to increase the use of avail­able data to be able to plan on the spot in an ever chan­ging daily busi­ness.The presen­ta­tion will focus on how such an idea is created, how the process of promo­ting such a project for state spon­sor­ship works in Austria, which tech­no­lo­gies will be required and what chal­lenges are ahead for deve­lo­ping an idea into a working solu­tion and a marketable product.

Vortra­gende: Sandra Ratzen­böck, Clemens Wodak

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Öster­rei­chi­scher Trans­port + Logistik Kongress 2017

16. März 2017
Wiener Hofburg


Heuer findet in der Wiener Hofburg wieder der öster­rei­chi­sche Trans­port + Logistik Kongress 2017 statt.

Sebas­tian Kummer wird um 13:00 Uhr den Themen­block E-com­merce - Handel im digi­talen Wandel mode­rieren.

Der Kongress wird begleitet durch eine umfang­reiche Ausstel­lung.

Der Eintritt ist kostenlos.

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How compa­nies can use game theory to gain advan­tage in busi­ness nego­tia­tions

Vortrags­reihe des Forschungs­in­sti­tuts für Supply Chain Manage­ment
10. März 2017
17:00 Uhr

Wirt­schafts­uni­ver­sität Wien, Welt­han­dels­platz 1, 1020 Wien
Library & Learning Center 0.004 Galerie

Game Theory has cont­ri­buted greatly to important findings in the academic world, espe­cially in Econo­mics as various Nobel Memo­rial prizes for Economic Sciences have proven. But still to date, it has hardly found its way into actual busi­ness life. Gene­rally, there is quite a large gap to bridge between theo­retic mode­ling of real life situa­tions and day-­to-day activi­ties of compa­nies.However, when looking at one of the key activi­ties of any busi­ness – nego­tia­tions between Sales and Procu­re­ment – prac­tical appli­ca­tion of theo­re­tical know­ledge actually works quite well.Inno­va­tive compa­nies have started to apply Game Theory to syste­ma­ti­cally posi­tion them­selves into more favor­able situa­tions. In cases of signi­fi­cant market power, compa­nies use Game Theory to comple­tely break with conven­tional forms of nego­tia­tion and define rules of nego­tia­tion to their maximum advan­tage (“mecha­nism design”).A.T. Kearney have success­fully supported multiple clients in desi­gning and imple­men­ting Game Theory based nego­tia­tions and are eager to share and discuss their insights from a prac­tical perspec­tive.

Vortra­gende: Jan Martin, Char­lotte Winkel­mayer, Bruno Bello­voda

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Vergan­gene Veran­stal­tungen

Infor­ma­ti­ons­abend MAGNA STEYR  

Wann: Donnerstag, 1. Dezember 2016 17:30 bis 19:00 mit anschlie­ßenden Erfri­schungen

Wo: Wirt­schafts­uni­ver­sität Wien, Welt­han­dels­platz 1, 1020 Wien Raum TC.0.01 ERSTE

Als welt­weit führ­ender, marken­un­ab­hän­giger Partner für Auto­mo­bil­her­steller bietet MAGNA STEYR Engi­nee­rin­g-­Dienst­leis­tungen bis hin zur Gesamt­fahr­zeug­ent­wick­lung, flexible Lösungen von Nischen- bis Volu­men­fer­ti­gung, inno­va­tive Tank- und Batte­rie­sys­teme. Als Auto­mo­bil­zu­lie­ferer wurden bislang fast 3 Millionen Fahr­zeuge produ­ziert.  

Bei diesem Infor­ma­ti­ons­abend stellt sich MAGNA STEYR als Arbeit­geber für (zukünf­tige) Absol­ven­tInnen des Insti­tuts für Trans­port­wirt­schaft und Logistik vor. Gesucht werden etwa Logis­tik­pro­zess­pla­ne­rInnen, Mitar­bei­te­rInnen für die Auftrags­ent­wick­lung oder Supp­lier Quality Assurance Mitar­bei­te­rInnen. Inter­es­sierte Studie­rende sind zu einem Vortrag von Michael Druml, Director Global Purcha­sing & Logis­tics bei MAGNA STEYR, einge­laden. Anschlie­ßend gibt es die Mögl­ich­keit, Fragen bei einem persön­li­chen Gespräch zu erör­tern.

Programm:

Begrü­ßung durch Univ.-Prof. Dr. Sebas­tian Kummer (WU Wien)

Vortrag von Mag. Michael Druml (MAGNA STEYR)

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Um Anmel­dung wird gebeten bis Mitt­woch, 30. November 2016 unter sekre­ta­riat.itl@wu.ac.at