In the Innovationskunst CEO Talks, top managers and experts from the most innovative companies in the Nuremberg Metropolitan Region have their say. We want to know from them how they see the economy, what future they foresee for their company and the Nuremberg Metropolitan Region as a whole, and what they would like to give other people for their careers.
Bernd Montag, CEO of the listed medical technology manufacturer Siemens Healthineers, headquartered in the metropolitan region of Nuremberg, and member of the "Innovation Art" initiator group, talks about challenges, new technologies and loyalty to the location. "In the industry, it takes a long breath on the path to innovation."
Picture: Bernd Montag, CEO Siemens Healthineers.
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Rainer Brehm, CEO of the Factory Automation Division at Siemens, explains how the company is mastering new technologies and the opportunities that arise from creativity and innovation.
Picture: Rainer Brehm, CEO Factory Automation at Siemens.
© Siemens / Stefan Koeppel
The LZE is a joint initiative of the Fraunhofer Institutes IIS and IISB and the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) and is based on many years of intensive cooperation between the institutions and the unique concentration of research and industry in the field of electronic systems at the Erlangen site.
Picture: LZE executive director Christian Forster and Dr. Bernd Fischer of the Fraunhofer IISB.
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To conclude the #ecosystem innovation topic special, we take a look at corporate culture, the willingness to experiment and free thinking with DATEV CEO Dr. Mayr.
Picture: DATEV chairman Dr. Mayr
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In an interview with HEITEC AG executive director Ekkehard Reuß about structures of medium-sized companies that simplify decision-making processes, success factors for innovations and where he gets the best ideas.
Picture © Heitec