EventsFourth Digital Toolbox LectureProcess Transformation - same same but different?We would like to invite you to our Digital Toolbox lecture series: Process Transformation - same same but different? (in German)Lecturer: Dr. Bettina Hermes, Head of solutions.hamburg, Silpion IT-Solutions GmbHWednesday, March 28th, 2018, 6 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.Audimax, Handelskammer Innovationscampus Hamburg, Adolphsplatz 6, 20457 Hamburg"Buying books online? Why not. Booking a trip via an online portal? Much cheaper and faster done mobile. Having photos printed in a photo lab? Old school. Since internet new business models such as Amazon, Google, Apple, Facebook & Co. have emerged, and suddenly all companies think about, is to use these new technologies for their core businesses. Business Process Reengineering, Continuous Process Improvement, Process Management – old hat. But companies balk at the prospect of lengthy optimization processes. Is the constantly quoted “digital transformation” basically an extreme process change project itself? And, if an industry is disrupted, could it be because processes have fundamentally changed per se? Thus, what do machine learning, disruption, and digital transformation have in common with process change? These and other questions will cover Dr. Hermes in her lecture. Lecturer:Dr. Bettina Hermes studied Business Administration with a focus on Business Informatics at the University of Saarland and researched for her PhD on Reference Processes. During her career, Dr. Hermes has worked as project manager and consultant in various IT-related jobs. In addition to her current position as Head of solutions.hamburg at Silpion IT-Solutions GmbH, Dr. Hermes teaches as lecturer at HSBA. Participation is free. If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to contact us. You are welcome to forward this invitation to interested colleagues and friends. We are looking forward to welcome you at our event!Participation InformationPrice Free of charge Back to listview Note: Please be aware that pictures and videos taken at this event may be used for HSBA publications.