As the technology and automotive sector become ever more intertwined, Microsoft and BMW are the latest to form an industrial cloud partnership.
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The German discount grocery chain is going big in the U.S. grocery industry, rapidly expanding its tie-up with online delivery service Instacart.
Industrial startups that make B2B products for industry, transport, logistics and healthcare are gaining ground in Germany’s startup sector.
For our research into automotive leadership, I was privileged to interview Johann Jungwirth, a truly visionary and disruptive leader I have long admired. I am delighted to share his rich insights with you.
Herbert Diess, who was appointed CEO in April, is tasked with leading a restructuring while repairing the company’s reputation.
Commercial success depends on leaders who can steer transition from an automotive company to a software organization. Leadership has to adapt to the product related speed of change.
European OEMs lag behind the United States in aligning their organizational culture with a software-led future. Internal cultures must evolve to reward, recognize and support digital transformation.