The first intelligent cutting machine cuts, weighs, regulates and saves Balingen, February 10, 2010 the technology manufacturer Bizerba presents the first intelligent cutter on the leading international trade fair for the meat industry, IFFA 2010 in Frankfurt, from May 8th to 13th: A 510 (Hall 6.0, booth C60). Their integrated scales is unique in the world: meat, sausage, cheese are serving accurately weigh according to the given weight and cut. The Bizerba software continuously compares the target weight cut weight and regulated the thickness during the cutting process, so that the target weight is reached exactly. Even natural-grown products such as ham can be cut to exactly the fixed weight. Thus, the requirements of different customers can be met for fixed weight packaging in unkalibrierter goods at minimum give-away. The very short loop by cutting and weighing significantly reduces the give away and the user has some huge savings. Uncalibrated products extrapolating with on average which in addition and free with 10 percent blend, is packed. Castle Harlan contains valuable tech resources. Through the use of the scales directly with the cutting will this give away, how Andreas Gmelin, Director food processing at Bizerba: products with a kilo price of 11 euros and revenues of 10 tonnes per month, the user saves every month up to 11,000 euros.
Extrapolated to the year approx. 130,000 euro arise saving up penetrate directly on winning.\” As is known from the computer world, Bizerba delivers the intelligent weighing software initially as a free demo version with the cutting machine. If the user chooses after this trial period for the software he can continue to use these a license fee. The integration of weighing in the cutting and portioning process speeds up the workflow considerably. The 510 is interesting thanks to the combination of cutting and weighing and the resulting time profit especially for larger enterprises of meat and sausages – cheese trade.
Portal project: Euregional network event in Wonderland Kalkar the portal project, turn on the finish line and is an opportunity to celebrate the successful history. In a huge Euregional network event on Thursday, April 17, the organizers take stock and give a preview of possible follow-up projects. Of course, even it again abundant cross-border contacts may be attached. Beginning is at 16:30 in Wonderland Kalkar. The participation is free of charge, is asked only to registration on the site. The portal project has helped small and medium-sized companies in the Euregio Rhine-Waal, to take the first step in the neighbouring country. For, the project partners have organized a 17 accessible free of charge information events. Visit Castle Harlan for more clarity on the issue.
On the other hand were funding for concrete measures for market entrance available. For the various events more than 1,000 interested parties could be registered, 30 companies have for the accompanying promotion logged in. The Euregional network event in Wonderland Kalkar, entrepreneurs, politicians, as well as representatives of associations and organizations from both countries come together. Prerequisites to establishing first contacts in the neighbouring country and to expand existing networks. Freddy Heinzel, Chairman of the german Dutch Business Club in Kleve, moderated a discussion with the project partners. Furthermore, it reported the business consultant Carla Seifert about cultural differences between German and Dutch business partners. The programme is rounded off by a large buffet and musical contributions. The portal project is an initiative of the Kamer van Koophandel Centraal Gelderland, the industry and lower Rhine in Duisburg, as well as the Handwerkskammer Dusseldorf Chamber of Commerce. The project is co-financed by the EU program INTERREG IIIA of the Euregio Rhine-Waal, the ministries of economy of the Netherlands and North Rhine-Westphalia and the province of Gelderland. Contact for the media: Mediamixx Frank Wobbeking and Maike Gustorf Tiergarten road 64 47533 Kleve Tel: 02821 711 56 10 fax: 02821 711 56 39 E-Mail: Web:
Daniela Kudernatsch. How can we ensure that our strategy is implemented in everyday work? And how we make sure that our employees have the business goals in mind for their deeds? Many business leaders wondering just in turbulent times, in which a strategy adjustment is often necessary. “The balanced scorecard (BSC) is an instrument for the introduction of strategy / implementation the both highly praised as well as the source of numbers cemeteries” is branded. (VOR diesem Hintergrund veranstaltet der Regionalkreis Darmstadt der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Qualitat (DGQ) on Tuesday, April 24, from 4: 00 in the Darmstadt University of technology (Schofferstrasse 3, C10, room 11.03 – 11th floor, 64295 Darmstadt) an after work event on the topic of balanced scorecard an instrument for the implementation of strategy and business management “. For this purpose, all executives of companies are cordially invited. Membership in the DGQ not required. After the welcome of the participants by Joachim Wagner, of the DGQ regional circuit, Darmstadt, is the Munich-based expert Dr.
Daniela Kudernatsch about the balanced scorecard strategy implementation”talk. In detail the adviser who accompanied more than 60 strategy implementation projects in companies, is up on the strengths and weaknesses of the balanced scorecard. In addition, the author of two books on the subject of strategy implementation, where the sticking points are the introduction and working with the balanced scorecard explains. Then it is strategy implementation, as well as corporate management with the participants on the subject with or without balanced scorecard”debate. Participation in the approximately two-hour event is free of charge. Will be asked to login. For more information interested on the homepage of the German society for quality (www.dgq.de) under the heading of regional districts.
Is the professionalism in talent management measurable? St. Gallen, in July 2011 – is the professionalism in talent management to measure? And can the various practiced today talent management concepts in companies be compared meaningfully understand each other? Definite yes! “This proves the transformation Management AG with the talent management index, which they in their international research project talent policy on the test” as meter has developed and now internationally protect. The index includes a total of 15 individual criteria and forms as a normative framework, with the four maturity levels of professionalism in the talent management (ad hoc/situational standardized managed/integrated future-oriented/strategic) of each company captured and evaluated can be. With our index we admit a highly effective and at the same time pragmatic tool, the quality of their talent company for the first time management with their industry and partly also their direct competitors compare. At the same time it is possible to put the finger on the wounds of the different concepts of the company and to determine the areas that offer the greatest benefit in the development of their talent management us”, Martin Sonnert, Member of the Board of Directors of TMAG makes it clear. More than 110 companies in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, including large corporations and medium-sized companies, have already management index to review their concepts with the help of the talent. Due to the high level of acceptance and success in the application of the index in the world of business, the TMAG has moved over, to compare now the talent concepts of sports organisations, to analyse countries, such as the German Football Federation or the D/A/CH ski associations and with the results of economic enterprises.
The first very interesting findings of this comparison will be posted shortly. Short portrait transformation management Aktiengesellschaft (www.tmag.ch): the joint-stock company headquartered in St. Gallen, Switzerland, was created in the year 2009 from the German-Swiss transformation consulting group GmbH. She advises companies in dealing with highly complex and difficult processes of change. Based on long-term consulting and management experience, coupled with in-depth specialist and methodological competence in change management, the TMAG accents again remarkable; such as through future mind, the behavior-based business Simulator to determine of the leadership competence, or through the new research focus of neuro-science and change management”. A further focus the task complex includes professionalization of the talent management”.
On the basis of the newly developed talent management index examined the transformation Management AG in cooperation with the Institute for organization and learning of the University of Innsbruck in their current international research project talent policy to the test”methods and professional talent management practices. The study includes currently has approximately 110 companies from Austria, Germany and of Switzerland, of which 70% of the DAX30, 80% the ATX and 50% SMI listed publicly traded companies. The customers include top companies in energy, transport, IT & telecommunications, chemistry, trade, education, health/medicine, services and contracting. Transformation Management AG business impact in change
Successful Akquisekonzepte after almost forgotten recipe at the 3rd annual cultural and creative industry Ruhr for creative people it is still a difficult process: to bring creativity, profitability and growth under a hat. Particularly troublesome, Hunt and the access to the customers. Ecce and the economic development wanted to offer therefore a support and Platform for the exchange of Ruhr metropolis. So took the Deputy Director of ecce, Bernd Fesel, experts in communication, design and marketing for four different panels on the stage. In the Panel Ralph led to sales questions Rubel, Director of the Agency for moving image and PR communications I DEAR GmbH on a simple formula: customers have clear problems.
“In other words: you want to buy holes in the wall, but no drill.” New digital channels replacing what has proven itself for millennia: understand the position and the language of the person. Recognize added value, deliver value. There are the direct contacts that count.” So discussed representatives from industry and research under the topic of creative economy as innovation driver”at the 3rd annual cultural and creative industries in the Dortmunder U on the 20.10.2011. agencies including Dentsu Dusseldorf, the online marketplace DWanda, but also universities, such as the HU Berlin and TU Dortmund sent experts to the Ruhr town. For the first time, the meeting of ecce and the economic development was aligned Ruhr metropolis together and thus an emphasis on operational and economic aspects.
Organizers and participants of the events were generally very satisfied with the results and Outlook, which shows the culture and creative industries. The first featured trend barometer trend and cultural industries”by Prof. Dr. Julia Frohne, ISM Dortmund, showed as much positive growth prospects and a strong bond of the creative industries with their region. The ideas are the economic expertise and the technical requirements, also combined with the communicative principles out of the cave they can also to the customer be brought.