We are the largest materials distribution and service provider in the Western world. We benefit from long-standing customer and supplier relationships. We are expanding in growth markets. Why do we, as a successful company, still think about the topic of innovation?
Is Scrum the answer to everything? Why does cooperation need a fixed framework? What does agility have to do with change? As Head of Organizational Transformation and Agility Coach, Dominique Feurich has an overview of what agile approaches can achieve in a company. After all, thyssenkrupp Materials Services has been using methods from the agile toolbox for about two years – even at the highest level. In this interview, she provides insights into a learning process that is still in its infancy.
Students who provide fresh, external impulses meet in-house experts and together successfully develop outcome-driven business models – that's the Student Ideation Booster (SIB). Lukas Göbel, Innovation Product Manager at thyssenkrupp Materials Services, accompanied the first round and reveals what makes the approach so promising.
The mobility revolution towards more sustainable cars is increasing demand for new materials and strong partnerships. These conditions are ideal for thyssenkrupp Materials de Mexico, which is currently building an additional state-of-the-art site for this purpose.
Whether pacemaker or Control Tower: thyssenkrupp Materials Services is increasingly using smart tools to create value with data and shape the material supply chains of the future. This is no coincidence.
thyssenkrupp Materials Services aims to operate on a climate-neutral basis, reduce CO2 emissions in the supply chain and enforce social standards. To utilize synergies, the company has developed a structured and joint approach for its distrubution business in Europe: "Green Excellerate".