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International CERT

Here, the Center of Education, Research and Transfer informs about relevant topics for the international High-Tech-Service and Solution Business. Internal discussions of our internationat AFSMI Chapters and the CFSMI together with some external information will be presented. For questions and comments, please feel free to contact Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein! .

 

CFSMI/CERT

Meeting

November 15th

2017 12:00 in

Germany/

Böblingen

 

Germany, Böblingen, November 15th, 2017 International CFSMI-CERT Meeting 12:00 - 15:00 Böblingen HPE / Micro Focus Herrenberger Strasse 140 (Navigation please enter Schickardstr. 2)

in conjunction with the international 97th Chapter Meeting 

  • CFSMI/CERT objectives, our AFSMI-Roadmap proposal
  • Education Update, Research Update from WT, Transfer Update
  • Job Brochure draft Version in English.
  • Job Broschüre V 1.0 draft Version in German.
  • CFSMI/AFSMI/KVD-Glossary for the High-Tech-Service and Solution Business V1.0 - Review.
  • Concept High-Tech-Service and Solution Business Methodology Guideline (2019).
  • CFSMI-Award Concept Teaching Books for the High-Tech-Service and Solution Business (2019).
  • International Workshops like in 2012 onsite/offsite (2018/19).
  • Action plan with priorities.
  • Miscs

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GLOSSARY

Germany Munich, November 02, 2017 International  Glossary for the High-Tech-Service and Solution Business from CFSMI, AFSMI and KVD is now available

Further Information

 CIRP IPSS 2017 IMG 6727 25 Copenhagen, June 19-21th, 2017, The 9th CIRP IPSS Conference at DTU Copenhagen took place with the theme "Circular Perspectives on Product Service Systems". The following 5 aspects of product service systems were covered: Optimization, Sustainability, Life Cycle, Design, Satisfaction. Approximately 170 participants from 18 countries and 4 continents learned the latest insights from academic research, in particular from engineering faculties and institutes around the world, through 4 keynote speeches, about 80 paper presentations and a day of various topics tours in the city of Copenhagen. The German scientific community is prominently represented, i.a. by scientists of the Ruhr University Bochum, the RWTH Aachen, TUen Berlin and Braunschweig, the University of Kaiserslautern, various Fraunhofer Institutes and the Bremen BIBA as well as from universities in Furtwangen, Emden, Pforzheim. More details can be found at http://www.conferencemanager.dk/ipss2017/ or in direct conversation with us.
 Uni Lille ersem-logo 0 France, Lille, February 02nd, 2017 - The European Review of Service Economics and Management (ERSEM) is an international multdisciplinary Journal which publishes in English or in French papers on services sector, service organisations and service functions. ERSEM is simultaneously published in paper format and in an electronic version available through the website of Classiques GarnierERSEM continues the thematic series « Economie et Gestion des Services » (EGS) of the Journal « Économies et Sociétés »,  which was established in 1999 and ceased publication in September 2015. Editor-in-chief: Faïz Gallouj, Professor, University Lille 1, France
 ISOLogo Switzerland, Genf, January 13th, 2017 - International Management System Standards - ISO Survey 2015 - A total of 1,519,952 certificates were issued worldwide in 2015, compared to 1,476,504 the previous year, an increase of 3%. ISO added a new management system standard, ISO/IEC 20000-1:2011 Information technology – Service management – Part 1 Service management system requirements, after recommendations from international accreditation and certification experts that ISO consult annually. This brings the total of standards surveyed to 9. Read the overview in the Executive summary (PDF) and find detailed information for MS-EXCEL here

 

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Netherlands, Venlo, March 16 – 17, 2016; 90th Chapter Meeting
of AFSMI German Chapter e.V. in Co-operation with AFSMI Netherlands and the European Chapters of CFSMI - Symposium Service Business Innovation at Océ - Technologies B.V. Product manufacturers and service providers are currently faced with huge challenges. Innovations are needed in order to increase the value of products and machines and to keep them productive with the help of services. The development of new services with reference, above all, to the use and evaluation of machine data was the topic which the roughly 60 participants of the 90th Chapter Meeting of the AFSMI German Chapter e.V. were concerned with. The international meeting took place at Océ-Technologies B.V. in Venlo in the Netherlands. After an introduction into the topic and a guided tour through the Océ museum on the first day, vivid presentations of best practices and interesting scientific reports were on the agenda on the following day.

 RISE-BPM WienERICS RISE-BPM

 

Austria, Vienna, February 3rd-5th, 2016 second project meeting at WU.

Germany, Münster, September 5th, 2014 AFSMI supports research project funded by EU HORIZON 2020 Programme within the Advisory Board. 

RISE-BPM - Propelling Business Process Management by Research and Innovation Staff Exchange. Project Management by Kompetenzzentrum für Dienstleistungsforschung an der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität MünsterERCIS

RISE_BPM is the first favourably evaluated project proposal submitted by the University of Münster in cooperation with ERCIS partners within the Horizon 2020 EU funding programme. The RISE_BPM project is aimed at networking world-leading research institutions and corporate innovators to develop new horizons for Business Process Management (BPM). The project consortium, besides the University of Münster as the coordinator, includes partners from Australia, South Korea, Brazil, Austria, Spain, the Netherlands, and Liechtenstein.

The RISE_BPM project is aimed at networking world-leading research institutions and corporate innovators to develop new horizons for Business Process Management (BPM). BPM is a boundary-spanning discipline focused on division and re-integration of day-to-day work in organisations and on analysis of process data for organisational decision-making. Recent breakthrough innovations in Social Media, Smart Devices, Real-Time Computing and Big Data Technology create a strong impetus for propelling BPM into a pervasive corporate topic that enables design of entirely new products and services. Project runs from 2015 until 2019.

Further Information

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Germany Bochum March 05th 2015 WORLDFactory(R) An initiative of Ruhr-Univesity Bochum, Germany, presented by Prof. Wilkens. A Regional Knowledge Eco-System for Enhancing Sustainable Regional Development. New integrative and over archingapproach in higher education: bringing together students‘ projects, knowledge transfer activities and companies involvement for innovative solutions. Definition of work-based learning settings across hierarchies and educational levels (apprenticeship, undergraduate education, graduate education, continuing education) in a creative and achivement-driven learning organization. Mutual infrastructure, support and supervision by representatives from universities and companies, primarily SMEs.

IMG 2201 800 Germany, Bochum, March 5th, 2015 CFSMI AWARD 2015 The CFSMI Board (Confederation For Services Management International) decided to award Thomas Meiren from the Fraunhofer-Institut für Arbeitswirtschaft und Organisation, Stuttgart, Germany the CFSMI AWARD 2015 for his professional success in the research, publication and promotion of new Services. We want to recognize his contribution to Services Improvement that helps our industries to progress and provide better adapted services to its Customers.
P1030839 Germany, Bochum, March 5th, 2015 CFSMI-CERT-Meeting with 13 participants out of 7 countries met at Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany. The topics where: Overview of previous CERT activities; Participants presentation round - Motive, objective, potential participation; Education Situation and Measures; Research Situation and Measures; Transfer Situation and Measures; Summary, outlook, next steps and priorities.
20141127 MSEE 2 Belgium, Brussels, 27.11.2014 MSEE Final Workshop “By 2015, novel service-oriented management methodologies and the Future Internet universal business infrastructure will enable European virtual factories and enterprises to self-organize in distributed, autonomous, interoperable, non-hierarchical innovation ecosystems of tangible and intangible manufacturing assets, to be virtually described, on-the-fly composed and dynamically delivered as a Service, end-to-end along the globalised value chain.” (MSEE Vision) The final workshop of the MSEE (Manufacturing SErvice Ecosystem) project will be held on November 27th, 2014 at Centre Borschette in Brussels, with the aim to introduce the break-through outcomes, lessons learnt, best practices and recommendations by MSEE in the journey towards a fully servitised manufacturing industry.

More Information

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Italy, Milano, September 19th 2014 6. International Service Expert Workshop held at CANON from AFSMI Italy and Germany

• Initialize Service Transfer Platform.
• Perform Service Transfer Marketing.
• Perform Service Transfer Engineering.
• Produce a High‐tech Service Guideline.
• Produce a High‐tech Service Support Guideline.
• Evaluate Guidelines.
• Produce a Service Guideline for Education and Research.
• Produce a Concept for public Information.
• Evaluate Transfer Concept and provide a white book for politics.
Competence 200  Germany, Munich March 17th,2014 CFSMI created a Center for Education, Research and Transfer (CERT) in Europe. Based on previous activities of AFSMI Chapters in France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain and Switzerland it will coordinate and focus these initiatives. For an analysis of the current situation different regional, national and international Service Expert Workshops took place. Main gaps between service business practice and service science insight were identified in the areas of education, competencies, business models, engineering, controlling, standards and value added services. CFSMIs objective is to enhance High-Tech Service competencies through the communication of Good Service Practice for the High-Tech Service industry, its members, and the public.
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France, Illkirch, September 26th 2013 1st French-German AFSMI Chapter Event together with Ortho Clinical Diagnostics

The AFSMI Chapters of Germany and France together with Ortho Clinical Diagnostics, a Johnson & Johnson company, warmly invite you to the 1st French-German AFSMI Chapter Event on September 26th, 2013 at the European Support Center of Ortho Clinical Diagnostics. The meeting will begin at 9:15 AM and will end at 5:00 PM with an informal get-together. Its theme is relevant to many businesses today: “How to create internationally/globally integrated service organizations?”

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France, Illkirch, Spetember 25th 2013. 5. European Service Expert Workshop

AFSMI France & Germany - Education, Research and Transfer in Europe

Since several years we observe and participate in different national and international Research initiatives which focus on innovation and productivity of services. AFSMI GC and AFSMI CH supports and has supported such projects.Horizon 2020, started January 2014, is the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever with nearly €80 billion of funding available over 7 years (2014 to 2020) – in addition to the private investment that this money will attract. It promises more breakthroughs, discoveries and world-firsts by taking great ideas from the lab to the market. AFSMI GC has already started to support Horizon 2020 projects with a service impact.

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France, Paris, December 13th 2012 4. European High-Tech-Services Management Workshop AFSMI France & Germany.

The relevant knowledge areas of High-Tech-Serice Management where discussed and strengths and weaknesses where identified. Main strength is the technology system in terms of hardware and software. Main weaknesses are the education system, new business models, Value Added Services, terminology and standards. It was discussed, how we can address the weaknesses and which actions can be taken.

 ISSS 2012

Germany, Leipzig, September 25th 2012 Till Post, Wilhelm Taurel "Ideas for Service Innovations which last - Better Transfer for sustainable Service Innovations" - ISSS Uni Leipzig;

Economic growth is an actual discussion within the EU. Service Experts from business and research are convinced that at least a part of the service industry is one area of potential growth, if borders of service innovation and productivity are faced. Service research has been developed during the last years, never the less there are challenges for enhanced and sustainable transfer between research and business and other relevant stakeholders. In the following some aspects of better service innovation is presented as a result of an international project (EPISIS) with the focus on better transfer between business and research. These aspects are part of a proposed international Service Transfer Platform and a Transfer Concept from AFSMI German Chapter.

 

Article on page 65 andPresentation, Taurel, Post.

 

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Spain, Madrid, September 21th 2012 International Service Expert Workshop AFSMI Madrid; - Post

 

Which relevant aspects are essential for successful Service Management and the Solution Business?

 

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Netherlands, Venlo 13th 2012 1. International Service Expert Workshop 

 

“Improving Knowledge Transfer & Service Innovation” at Océ Venlo/Netherlands as a service for dlr e.V. and the EPISIS project.

 

 EPISIS20Broschre

Germany, Bonn, May 30th 2012EPISIS-Broschure is available

Service Innovation in Europe - Good Practice, Methods & Tools for SME published by Project Management Organization at the German Arerospace Center, Bonn

With participation of AFSMI German Chapter as a PDF or print version including CD. 

Dr. Martin Faust, Executive Director, Consultancy and Software Support Océ Printing Systems GmbH, a Canon Group Company stated: In recent years much has been accomplished in the high-tech services domain, but there are still challenges ahead. Globally, Germany is well known and respected for its “Made in Germany” high-quality products. However, high-tech services have not quite reached that same level overall. It is important to note that high-quality and durable products also require sophisticated high-tech services throughout the entire product lifecycle. It becomes a key differentiator for manufacturers in the global market by putting the focus on the customer and keeping it there. The benefits of implementing and maintaining hightech services are multifold. Océ Printing Systems has seen its high-tech business and workflow consulting services lead to the development of innovative and highly productive digital print solutions. These open up new business opportunities as well as securing the continued customer loyalty that comes from our long-term policy of maintaining and protecting their customer investment.

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 Barcelona FIB Spain, Barcelona, February 2nd, 2010. Service Expert Workshop at Facultat d'Informàtica de Barcelona in Spain

Service Education and Research initiative in Germany 

  • Based on the “Course of Study Guide” - AFSMI - 2001-08-01, AFSMI GC has developed a new revision “AFSMI Requirements for the Service Curriculum” from 2008-04 for AFSMI GC Certification
  • Certification process
  • General Curriculum and Service Curriculum
  • Check list for the Service qualification of lecturers
 Future Service Management

Germany, Wiesbaden, October 30th, 2009 AFSMI invests in Future Service Management - The executive agenda for achieving superior service performance

Process partnering, keeping smart shoppers, leveraging the business potential of remote services technology, and strengthening the business management capabilities of service organizations are key convergent priorities of executives and senior managers in service organizations. The 2009 future service management study provides a 360-degree view of the priorities of leading services organization in key industries of the German economy. The study delivers focused analyses for shaping the strategic agenda of service executives. The future service management panel is a joint project of the Association for Services Management International German Chapter, Wiesbaden, and the International Business School of Service Management, Hamburg.

 Course of study guide US USA, Fort Myers, August 1st, 2001. AFSMI defined a first curriculum for Service Management Education. It served as basis for certification programs of course of studies in Germany and France. Furthermore a list of international places is maintained, where service education and trainings can be found.  Several lectures where held during the last years from members and nearly 500 students received AFSMI certificates. It is planned to collect typical job profiles in our field and make them available for information of interested young people and professionals about the attractiveness and challenges of the Service Management profession.