Weyhe near Bremen (Germany) – November 23, 2021 – Claus Michael Sattler. Interim manager, consultant, book author, keynote speaker and university lecturer for “Digitization, Digital Transformation, Industry 4.0, Reference Architecture Model Industry 4.0 (RAMI 4.0), Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Made in China 2025” will be on November 27, 2021 and November 28, 2021 as part of the MBA program of the International Institute for Management Development (IMD), Lausanne, Switzerland, teaching about the challenges of digital transformation to managers as a guest lecturer. In the digital transformation, Sattler played a key role in coining terms such as “indirect preventive maintenance”, “logic data bridge” and “just think of data differently!” in connection with Industry 4.0. In Lausanne, he complements the lectures of the renowned Kellogg HKUST and IMD professor Prof. Dr. Karl Schmedders.
In his lectures, Sattler will highlight several key aspects of today’s data management challenges in companies.
Claus Michael Sattler is co-author of the books “Digital Transformation of Healthcare Services VII – Impulses for the Pharmaceutical Industry” and “Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare – Developments, Examples and Perspectives”. Mario A. Pfannstiel and published by Springer-Gabler-Verlag. He is also the author of the books “Enterprise Management” (Addison Wesley Verlag), “Daten einfach anders denken! Das unerkannte Gold der Unternehmen!” (Release date Q1.2024) and “Simply think data differently! Companies’ undiscovered gold!“ (Release date Q4.2023).
Claus Michael Sattler
(Master Craftsman / Business Economist)
Telephone: 0049 (174) 6031377
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Telefon: 0049 (151) 28841087
Telephone: 0049 (151) 28841087
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