Agile Frameworks like SAFe are primarily used to improve time-to-market, to cope with fast changing market requirements and to increase efficiency, however its impact on culture slips under the radar.
The COVID-19 pandemic forces many companies to work fully remote. Organizations that operate according to the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) must adapt their way of working from face-to-face meetings with more than hundred people to fully remote work in a very short time frame.
According to the current industry report by brandeins and Statista, mm1 is among the best German management consultancies for the fifth time in a row. mm1 was awarded in the categories Technology & Telecommunications and Innovation & Growth. We congratulate our employees on this great success and thank our customers and market companions for the positive feedback!
In 2018, 18 times more electric vehicles were sold in China than in Germany - and more than in all other countries of the world combined. More than half of the largest electric vehicle manufacturers come from China. In this webinar, Rainer Lindenau will introduce you to first-hand information from Chinese OEMs. The insights are from a delegation trip to China in 2019 led by the Minister of Economics of Baden-Württemberg, Dr. Nicole Hoffmeister-Kraut.
As every year, various innovations, trends and products were presented at IFA the world's leading trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances in Berlin. According to David B. Hofmann, mm1 Managing Partner and IoT Expert, voice assistants and smart home were this year’s focus topics.
The Prettl Electronics Group, a leading German system supplier for Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) and mm1, a leading consulting company for Connected Business, have agreed to enter into a strategic partnership in the business segment "Internet of Things" (IoT) as of August 1, 2019. Part of this partnership is the acquisition of mm1 Technology GmbH by lesswire GmbH, a subsidiary of Prettl Electronics.
At the mm1 & TechBoost IoT Expert Day, which took place at hub:raum Berlin on August 28, 2019, participants in Deutsche Telekom's "TechBoost" start-up program were given exclusive access to the mm1 IoT experts. First, Stefanie Koch and Lyn Matten from mm1 Technology gave deep insights into IoT prototyping and industrialization.