On March 11 & 12, 2016 the 14th Campus for Supply Chain Management will take place at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management in Vallendar. We are going to explore the impact of digitization on supply chains together with many notable speakers that will share their know-how and insights to our new topic:
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“This has been by far the most cohesive, well organised and informative event I have ever experienced.”
Stathis Vasileiou, Student-participant
“I enjoyed the conference very much. It's a wonderful way to spend two days here in Vallendar, because it opens the mind.”
Oliver Evans, CCO Swiss Airlines
To get more information about our speakers, click on their pictures below.
Harry Hohmeister has spent the bulk of his professional career with the Lufthansa Group, which he initially joined in 1985. Over the following 14-plus years he held a number of management positions, beginning with responsibility for European fleet and schedule planning and development and later helping to reorganize the company’s distribution and marketing division as part of a broader corporate restructuring. He further went on to serve as Vice President Network Planning. He subsequently joined Thomas Cook Airlines, where he had held various executive management functions in Germany, Belgium and the UK over the previous five years. Mr. Hohmeister then joined the Management Board of Swiss International Air Lines as Head of Network & Alliance Management in 2005. He later also assumed overall charge of the company’s global distribution activities. In 2009 he was appointed CEO of Swiss International Air Lines, which he remained until December 2015.
In addition to his position at Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Harry Hohmeister is Chairman of the Board of Directors of Edelweiss Air and Chairman of the Austrian Airlines Supervisory Board and of Lufthansa Cargo AG. He has also been a Member of the Board of Governors of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the air transport industry’s umbrella organization, since 2009, and has headed its Audit Committee since 2011. He was further appointed Chairman & President of the Board of the SwissAmerican Chamber of Commerce. Since December 2012 he is member of the Board of Directors of SN Airholding SA/NV and since April 2014 member of the Board of Directors of Sun Express.
Professor Dr.-Ing. Boris Otto holding the Audi-endowed chair of Supply Net Order Management at TU Dortmund University (Dortmund, Germany) and he leads the Fraunhofer Innovation Centre for Logistics and IT, a collaboration between 2 Fraunhofer Institutes in Dortmund.
Boris Otto is the Fraunhofer lead for the Industrial Data Space initiative. The initiative aims at establishing a virtual space in which companies can share and use data while never losing control and sovereignty of their data assets. The Industrial Data Space is supported by the German government and leading companies from various sectors. Adoption on European Union level is highly envisaged and encouraged.
Prior to his current positions, he worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers, SAP and the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering (IAO) in Stuttgart (Germany). In 2012, he completed his post-doctoral qualification (habilitation) at the University of St. Gallen (Switzerland) in the field of Enterprise Data Quality Management. He received a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Stuttgart (Germany) and holds a Dipl.-Ing. oec. degree from the Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg (Germany). In 2011 he spent a year abroad as a research fellow at the Tuck School of Business at Darmouth College in the US.
Boris Otto is member of the Scientific Advisory Board of eCl@ss, one of the leading product classification standards. Since 2013 he is partner at Business Engineering Institute St. Gallen AG (Switzerland).
In his position as Partner for Supply Chain Management, Christoph Lieth leads the SCM consulting services of the Camelot Consulting Group. He joined the group in 2001 as Director and prior to his todays function he held the position as Industry Partner for Chemicals. Before joining the group, Christoph Lieth was Management Consultant at Computer Science Corporation.
He served various industry clients in supply chain re-design and digitalization programs.
He holds a Master (1995) in Industrial Engineering from the University of Siegen. In 2001 he received an MBA from the Otto Beisheim School of Management (WHU) and the Kellogg School of Management.