WebRTC: The browser as the phone of the future

WebRTC is a powerful HTML5-based browser extension for voice and video telephony. Virtually unnoticed by most people, it is getting ready to cause a major stir-up with respect to the business models not only of established telecommunication companies but also of voice-over-IP providers. mm1 informs about WebRTC's revolutionary potential in a trendpaper.

„Challenge of Autonomous driving“ – a presentation by mm1 at CAR-Akademie Bochum

Within an exclusive range of participants, seven experts debated on the challenges of autonomous driving on January 27, 2014. In this context, mm1 expert Volker Scholz focused on the three dimensions of successful product innovation. The seminar was the opening event of a series of tutorials by CAR-Akademie and took place in RuhrCongress Bochum on the day before the CAR-Symposium 2014.

mm1 supported creative minds at Startup Weekend Stuttgart 2013

An instructive weekend: At the biggest Startup Weekend in Stuttgart ever, potential founders and lateral thinkers came together to hone new business ideas. The aim was to drive these ideas using innovative methods such as "Lean Startup" and to present the created marketable products and business models in front of a selected jury. mm1 supported this creative event as sponsor and mentor.

mm1 publishes Scrumban poster

mm1 Consulting & Management has developed a special poster to make communication and use of Scrumban easier. The visual presentation increases understanding of the hybrid procedure model and serves both as a training template and a means to support the operative implementation.

Nursing care insurance leading the field

"What are the crucial topics for you in 2013?" This was one of the questions mm1 put to 50 selected managers from the financial services sector. The results of the survey were published in "Versicherungswirtschaft" magazine.

Demystifying requirements management

An article by mm1, published in the professional journal "it management", deals with the implementation of innovative products. In practice, problems often arise in the transition between the innovation and implementation phases: These can be eliminated with the mm1 Specification Campus.