Prof. Dr. Heiko Seif
About Prof. Dr. Heiko Seif
Heiko Seif teaches as professor for International Management and his academic emphasis at Munich Business School is on Innovation, Industry 4.0 and Sustainable and International Management. After graduation, Seif taught at various German universities, and his field of activity was primarily concentrated on consulting the automotive and aircraft sectors. He founded the management consultant office CNX Consulting Partners and presently works as senior manager in the field of IT Management at UNITY AG.

Hackathon Predictive Maintenance at Munich Business School

November 16, 2017

On Tuesday, November 14th, Munich Business School (MBS) was the venue for the Hackathon Predictive Maintenance event, organized by MBS, the German Mechanical Engineering Industry Association (VDMA), the management consultancy UNITY and the baking machine […]

TTIP – a Fact-Based Analysis

April 15, 2016

MBS hosted the post-graduate workshop titled “Europe and the world” within the DBA program. Pressing issues around the European Union were the subjects of a scientific, profoundly fact-based examination of imminent challenges. One of the […]

The Consequences of a German Leadership Role Within the EU

April 1, 2016

MBS hosted the post-graduate workshop titled “Europe and the world” within the DBA program. Pressing issues around the European Union were the subjects of a scientific, profoundly fact-based examination of imminent challenges. One of the […]

Industry 4.0: Man and Machine Hand in Hand

September 26, 2015

My last article titled “Innovative Wasteland Germany? – Not anymore!” already discussed how “Industry 4.0”, meaning the digitalization of product development and production, will have a significant impact on Germany’s long-term future perspectives. The article […]

Germany – Wasteland of Innovation? – No More!

August 18, 2014

Innovation means novelties, creativity, progress – it is essential for a flourishing economy and supports the change towards a modern, future-compatible society. However, what is the current situation in Germany? Time and again, journalists have […]