How do we proceed?
The workshops usually last one day. We offer them in two versions: cross-company and individual. The cross-company workshop option is designed for six to eight companies with up to three participants each and takes place in our premises at the Fraunhofer IMW in Leipzig. The company-specific workshop option is tailored to a single company and can be carried out on site if required. We coordinate the dates for both workshop versions with the interested companies.
In the run-up to a workshop, we talk briefly with all participants in order to tailor the content to their needs as best as possible. Our team structures and moderates the process and provides suitable methods for dealing with the topics. Through short presentations and case studies, the topics are well illustrated and more tangible for all participants.
Each workshop is dedicated to a specific area of data-based value creation. We derive the topics from the needs of (Saxon) companies. We continuously develop our workshop offer further.
Why should you take advantage of our workshop offer?
- We convey content via short presentations and practical examples and use interactive methods.
- You benefit from the exchange of experience with other companies and from the experience of our team.
- You can work with other companies on your current issues and receive inspiration and new ideas.
- You can network with companies that deal with issues similar to yours.
- Through mutual exchange and the opportunity to reflect on your own activities, you can gain valuable orientation in the context of digitally driven change.
- We document the results of the workshop and make them available to you. You can then use and implement these results in your own Company.
What do previous participants say?
“I particularly liked the mix of companies and the open atmosphere.”
“The exchange with other companies has been good – we are all struggling with the same problems. Our insight: We are not so bad at all.”
“Great moderation: there is power in tranquility.”
“Mr. Gebauer's input lecture with the many practical examples and insights into current research was very helpful.”