Institute of Business Logistics and General Management

Institute of Business Logistics and General Management

Welcome

Ladies and gentlemen,

We would like to welcome you to the new website of the Institute of Business Logistics and General Management at the TU Hamburg-Harburg.

We hope that you will be able to find the information you are looking for - be it about our institute or research. In case you are interested in a cooperation or if you need further information please do not hesitate to contact us.

Yours
Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Wolfgang Kersten
Prof. Dr. Thorsten Blecker

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24. Apr. 2017 - Blockchain in logistics and SCM?

At the Institute we are currently investigating how blockchain could be integrated with Supply Chain Management approaches. We are conducting an online survey that takes at most 7 Minutes. Would it be possible for you to participate? Use this link:

 

https://the-klu.typeform.com/to/yJG8jd

 

To motivate you all and say thank you we are making a donation to a charity for each completed survey. One is "Zeit für Zukunft" - a children mentoring program and the other is "Ingenieure ohne Grenzen" (engineers without borders)

Contact Person: 
Niels Hackius, M.Sc.

08. Mär. 2017 - Studie "Trends und Strategien in Logistik und Supply Chain Management - Chancen der digitalen Transformation"

Die von Professor Dr. Dr. h. c. Wolfang Kersten im Auftrag der BVL durchgeführte Studie "Trends und Strategien in Logistik und Supply Chain Management - Chancen der digitalen Transformation" wurde heute veröffentlicht.

Ergebnisse zu aktuellen Trends, Technologien, Veränderungen der Wertschöpfungsketten, Komptenzen und Geschäftsmodellen sowie die Auswirkung der digitalen Transformation auf Supply Chain Management und Logistik finden Sie auf der Internetseite der Studie unter: https://logistiktrends.bvl.de/

 

Contact Person: 
Birgit von See, M.Sc.
Contact Person: 
Niels Hackius, M.Sc.

Trends and Strategies in Logistics and Supply Chain Management – Digital Transformation Opportunities

More than twenty-five years ago, the Global Supply Chain Network (BVL) launched the study series “Trends and Strategies in Logistics and Supply Chain Management”. Since then, the project has produced information about future developments and possible courses of action, so that it functions as a leading source for logistics and supply chain management experts.

Bibliometric Analysis of Using Game Elements in Non-gaming contexts (Gamification)

Background:
In view of current trends like Digitalization and Industry 4.0, the society is expressing needs for new forms of work or learning. Gamification is an umbrella term for the use of game design-elements (rather than full-fledged games) in non-gaming contexts. Gamified systems are usually aiming at increasing user experience, intrinsic motivation and Engagement for work and learning processes.

Objective:

Bibliometric Analysis of Risk Management in Seaports

Background:

Seaports play an essential role in global supply chains. Many companies rely on seaborne transport to deliver goods and supplies to other nodes in their supply chain network. High levels of uncertainty charachterize operations in seaports. Incidents and accidents in such ports may lead to service delays, port closure as well as damage to people, property and the environment. Therefore, risk management in seaports plays an important role in mitigating and preventing possible accidents and disruptions.

 

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