More than 1000 students per year visit the courses offered by the Technology and Innovation Management Research Group. The majority of these students are enrolled in Industrial Engineering and Business Mathematics programs, but our courses are also popular among students from other degree courses and faculties.
Mainly following a research-based teaching concept, our teaching portfolio also includes practice-oriented concepts and tools. A common theme of our modules is the application of research findings to the analysis and solution of case studies. Similarly, the application of specific tools to concrete practice problems is an often recurred-to approach in our modules.
Campana & Schott is an international management and technology consultancy with more than 400 employees at locations in Europe and the US.
We shape the digital future of our customers and for more than 25 years have ensured the success of technological, organizational or entrepreneurial transformation projects.
Integrated top expertise defines us. Working with our customers, we develop digital visions and strategies. We know the entire bandwidth of project management and all relevant technologies. We ensure that changes also take hold in the corporate culture.
Our attitude distinguishes us from others. More than any other consulting firm, we stand for passionate collaboration and practiced identification, because Campana & Schott focuses on people.
Our customer base includes 28 of 30 DAX companies as well as large mid-size sector companies. We can draw on more than 7,000 best practice projects at over 1,000 customers worldwide. Our work is characterized by excellent satisfaction rankings and a customer return rate of roughly 90%.
Focus of our research are success factors in the management of technologies, innovation, and projects. We aim both for a significant contribution to the state of the art on the one side and to develop concrete recommendations for managerial and organizational practice. This makes a collaboration with companies and organizations of upmost importance for our research projects.
You have a specific matter which answer calls for a joint collaborative research approach with us? We are open for discussing collaboration opportunities with you. Possible modalities for such collaborations range from contract research projects within the scope of a doctoral project on a short term, to joint applications to internationally and nationally funded research projects.
Our wide experience in the collaboration with companies and organizations can be illustrated through the following selection of past and current partners: