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Experience exchange meetings

How do others solve the same problems?

Problems are rarely unique and have in most cases already been solved by someone. In experience exchange meetings, you acquire a stock of valuable and practical knowledge. Armed with fresh ideas and new tools, you have greater flexibility for meeting your daily challenges.

 

Procedure and organisation

Topics are defined collectively and the participants form specific experience exchange groups. The meetings are then held regularly in this configuration and attendance is mandatory, with a different company hosting the event each time. In addition to organising the meetings and coordinating the dates with the participants, the MC chairs each meeting and provides the documentation.

 

Participation fee

The participation fee for MC members is EUR 150 per meeting and for non-members EUR 300 per meeting. The participation fee covers the costs of organising each event, chairing the discussion and providing documentation and is payable by each company for each meeting. If a participant is unable to attend one of the meetings, we ask that a substitute participant from the relevant company attends the meeting instead.

Possible Topics

Conclusion of international contracts, pricing in partnerships, finding alternative ways to reach customers, responding to new market entrants, customer analysis and categorisation, key indicators in sales & benchmarks, selling service as added value, after-sales in the parts suppliers’ market, CRM: from curse to blessing

Possible Topics

Thinking in terms of function instead of parts, implementation of the V-model, risk management, requirements management, industrialisation of components, development process, digital factory, variant management, preservation of know-how, organisation forms in development

Possible Topics

Thinking in terms of function instead of parts, implementation of the V-model, risk management, requirements management, industrialisation of components, development process, digital factory, variant management, preservation of know-how, organisation forms in development

Possible Topics

Logistics indicators – their calculation and significance, supply systematisation for assembly, RFID use in logistics, commissioning, guidance systems for in-house traffic, driverless transport systems

Possible Topics

Continuous improvement process systems, tools for CIP, quality management, SOS audit, 5S in practice, poka-yoke, TPM, CIP marketing, kaizen, CIP v. innovation, knowledge management, CIP in administration, suggestion system v. idea management, incentive systems and employee participation, lean management

Possible Topics

Procurement strategies, global sourcing, inventory management, training team, supply chain management, risk management for purchasing ...

Possible Topics

Presentation of business models; business case: owners, evaluators; presentation of competences; enquiry management; sales planning of new ideas; innovation hacking; business development growth; customer segmentation; etc.

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