FORUM per­son­nel re­cruit­ment and skills de­ve­lop­ment in in­ter­na­tio­nal con­text

On Mon­day, the DHBW or­ga­ni­zed an event with the to­pic “FORUM per­son­nel re­cruit­ment and skills de­ve­lop­ment in in­ter­na­tio­nal con­text”. Re­p­re­sen­ta­ti­ves of dif­fe­rent or­ga­ni­za­ti­ons gave spee­ches on va­rious to­pics.

The par­ti­ci­pants were wel­co­med by the head of cour­se of stu­dies In­ter­na­tio­nal Busi­ness and the head of cour­se of stu­dies In­dus­tri­al En­gi­nee­ring Mr. Prof. Dr. Jochum and Mr. Prof. Dr. Möh­rin­ger. Af­ter short wel­co­m­ing spee­ches of the ma­yor of Bad Mer­gen­theim Mr. Glatt­haar and the head of cam­pus Bad Mer­gen­theim Mr. Prof. Dr. Kim, the first speech de­aling with the to­pic “Im­pli­ca­ti­ons of in­ter­na­tio­na­li­za­ti­on in Asia on per­son­nel re­cruit­ment and skills de­ve­lop­ment of the Würth Group” was gi­ven by Mr. Bür­kert the busi­ness area ma­na­ger of the Würth-Group and di­rec­tor of the Würth In­dus­try Ser­vice GmbH & Co. KG.

Af­ter that, the head of cour­se of stu­dies In­ter­na­tio­nal Busi­ness and the head of cour­se of stu­dies In­dus­tri­al En­gi­nee­ring Mr. Prof. Dr. Pur­le and Mr. Prof. Dr. Sei­den­stri­cker gave a speech on con­tri­bu­ti­ons of cam­pus Bad Mer­gen­theim to in­ter­na­tio­nal per­son­nel re­cruit­ment. They for examp­le tal­ked about the in­te­gra­ti­on of Busi­ness Eng­lish into the cour­se of stu­dies In­dus­tri­al En­gi­nee­ring and the pos­si­bi­li­ty of a se­mes­ter ab­road.

This leads us to the next part of the event: Du­ring a break, the par­ti­ci­pants could gather in­for­ma­ti­on about the se­mes­ter ab­road from us stu­dents. We ans­we­red ques­ti­ons and tal­ked about our se­mes­ter ab­road with the aid of our self-made pos­ter.

Af­ter this break, four dif­fe­rent work­shops took place. Each par­ti­ci­pant had to choo­se one work­shop in which he/she is in­te­rested.

I par­ti­ci­pa­ted in work­shop 1 de­aling with the to­pic “skills re­qui­re­ments in in­ter­na­tio­nal sa­les”. It star­ted with two key­note spee­ches gi­ven by a sa­les ma­na­ger from ebm-papst Mul­fin­gen GmbH & Co. KG and a sa­les en­gi­neer from EUGEN WOERNER GmbH & Co. KG. The­r­eu­pon, our group of about 7 mem­bers could ask ques­ti­ons and we dis­cus­sed to­pics like the em­power­ment of wo­men and the quo­ta of wo­men.

Ano­t­her work­shop co­vering the to­pic “In­ter­na­tio­nal training – but how?” was held by a training ma­na­ger of R. STAHL cor­po­ra­ti­on and a per­son in power for per­son­nel de­ve­lop­ment and training of WITTENSTEIN SE.

The third work­shop co­ve­r­ed the to­pic “Al­ter­na­ti­ve per­son­nel re­cruit­ment me­thods”. This work­shop for examp­le fo­cu­sed on “Sum­mer in the cast­le” and was held by our group ma­na­ger Vo­ca­tio­nal Training Kers­tin Lang­ohr.

The last work­shop dealt with the to­pic “Im­pli­ca­ti­ons of the di­gi­tal trans­for­ma­ti­on on per­son­nel re­cruit­ment and skills de­ve­lop­ment in in­ter­na­tio­nal con­text” and was held by a per­son­nel spe­cia­list in training of Würth IT GmbH. They dis­cus­sed the ques­ti­on if the ap­p­li­ca­ti­on pro­cess should be ful­ly au­to­ma­ted in the fu­ture or if it should re­main on a per­so­nal ba­sis.

As you can see, the work­shops were very in­te­res­ting and the par­ti­ci­pants could sha­re their own point of view with other par­ti­ci­pants.

Af­ter the work­shops, we had ano­t­her break in which we stu­dents pre­sen­ted our se­mes­ter ab­road.

At the end, the head of cour­se of stu­dies In­ter­na­tio­nal Busi­ness Mr. Prof. Dr. Jochum gave a short speech and the speakers re­cei­ved a small pre­sent.

All in all, it was a very suc­cess­ful event which dealt with in­te­res­ting to­pics. The to­pics were not only per­fect to dis­cuss but they also pro­vo­ked thoughts. The to­pics were con­si­de­red from dif­fe­rent point of views gi­ving ever­yo­ne new in­sights.

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