Sustainability at events by the ICV and partners
Controlling and Sustainability in the ICV Live Webinar
The topic of sustainability with the dimensions environmental, social and governance is becoming increasingly important for sustainable corporate management. Controlling is therefore required to take this increase in relevance into account and to support the transformation process into a sustainable company.
How this can be achieved is the subject of this webinar. The latest findings from the Dream Car Report by the ICV Think Tank "Controlling & Sustainability: The role of controlling in the transformation process for sustainable corporate management" are shared. Questions such as "How can sustainable corporate management be designed?" or "What degrees of maturity does a company go through in the transformation process?" are answered.
In addition, Bosch Automotive Electronics presented how they approach the topic of sustainability.
- 25 years of professional experience at Robert Bosch GmbH with a focus on finance and controlling in various responsibilities.
- Today's focus area is organizational development in the financial sector with a focus on finance transformation and strategy development
Stefan Tobias has been part of Horváth, an international management consultancy, since 2006. After studying business administration, he started his career in controlling and finance.
Stefan Tobias has been a partner since 2016 and heads his own business unit in the area of "Reporting & Consolidation".
He is the contact person for the areas of operational controlling, management accounting, digital financial strategies, transformations and optimisations.
Stefan Tobias is responsible, among other things, for the topics of "Sustainable Finance" and sustainable corporate management. He leads financial transformations for various multinational corporations in the context of the further development of the overall corporate management and financial processes.
Stefan Tobias has been Head of the ICV Think Tank since 2016.
Dr. Kim Louisa Dillenberger
Dr Dillenberger gives transformation impulses and accompanies companies in their strategic transformation projects. In her research she deals with change processes in the organizational context. Her work focuses on researching organizational change, routines, improvisation & learning.
As Head of Transformation Management at the Center for Performance Management & Controlling at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Dr. Dillenberger is responsible for the generation and transfer of practice-relevant transformation knowledge.