CCS Controlling Competence Stuttgart 2019 - agenda

und get together

of the 17th CCS

  • We are all affected in different roles
  • Industry, society and individuals have to reorient themselves again and again
  • An attempt of the current stocktaking with view on hot topics of the future

Prof. Dr. Martin Welsch
Chief Technology Advisor emeritus (IBM R&D),
Friedrich-Schiller Universität, Jena • IT Trends • Technology and more

While registering for the CCS 2019, please indicate in the registration form your what speech at 11:15 (keynote speech with a fishbowl A or B) and at 12:15 (keynote speech with a fishbowl C or D) you would like to participate. The awarding of the limited participation places takes place in order of registration. If the offer you have favored is fully booked, we will allow you to book it for the alternative offer. We ask for your understanding for this procedure. In order to secure a place with your favorite, we recommend that you sign up for the CCS at an early stage. Booking start is in September.

11.15 Keynote speech with a fishbowl discussion A
Artificial Intelligence in Human Resource Management - How does KI help to make the world of work smarter & fairer

  • Do we have to learn to cooperate with artificial intelligence or can we rely solely on our subjective decision-making?
  • Is a valid personality analysis possible on a data basis?

Michael Plentinger
CEO Greple GmbH

11.15 Keynote speech with a fishbowl discussion B
You cannot learn talent - new work needs knowledge and ability

  • Roles and competencies - knowledge avoids chaos, talent creates competitive advantages
  • Cooperation and leadership - what we should be able to do in the new world
  • Survey results - actual situation and expected developments

Dorothee Deyhle
CA Akademie privates Institut für Controlling und Unternehmensführung AG

12.15 Keynote speech with a fishbowl discussion C
What does the future learning world look like in the company? The Hansgrohe campus.

  • Learning as a natural part of everyday professional life
  • The faculties - alignment with the corporate strategy
  • Scientific input from well-known universities
  • Networks
  • Balance of internal and external knowledge transfer

Sylke Morell
Head of Personnel Development
Hansgrohe SE

12.15 Keynote speech with a fishbowl discussion D
Future of Work & Controlling

  • Challenges of change and design
  • The dimensions of change and examples of scenarios in controlling
  • The role of transparency, autonomy, mindset and leadership
  • Insight into the work of the ICV expert work group "Future of Work"

Dr. Rüdiger Eichin
Head of the expert work group Future of Work
Senior Director
S/4 NEXT - Next Generation Business Processes & Practices

with networking & small talk

  • Irreversible trend: digitization is changing the world of work
  • Change on all channels: new challenges for HR management
  • Not easy: cultural change is inevitable
  • The relevance of leadership: Superman or egg-laying woolly milk sow?
  • Do not worry: more evolution than revolution

Dr. Michael Prochaska
Andreas Stihl AG & Co.KG


Plastics are a major threat to all living things in the environment. They intervene in marine life in different ways.

The non-profit environmental association One Earth - One Ocean develops the concept of "Maritime waste collection" to collect and exploit plastics from the sea.

The garbage collecting catamaran "Manatee" represents an important development step.


Dr. Rüdiger Stöhr
Microbiologist and biotechnology / biology professor

See you at the 18th CCS Controlling Competence Stuttgart on Thursday, November 26, 2020!