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New partnership strengthens the exchange between teaching and practice
Mannheim, Karlsruhe, 01/12/2021 – Camelot Innovative Technologies Lab (Camelot ITLab) and the KIT Department of Economics and Management at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) are today announcing their partnership in the Information Systems degree program. The aim is to give students of economics and management practical insights into business and to optimally prepare them for their career entries.
From the 2020/2021 winter semester, the renowned KIT Department of Economics and Management and the internationally active IT consultancy Camelot ITLab are together opening up new opportunities for students of Information Systems. During their course of study, emerging talents are already receiving practical insights into trendsetting fields of work and can gain valuable contacts.
“We are delighted that we have gained a partner in Camelot ITLab which offers an especially attractive area of activity for our exceptionally well-trained students,” says Prof. Dr. Alexander Mädche from KIT. “A combination of science, teaching and practical work offers enormous added value for both sides.”
Therefore, a lecture series on the subject of Demand-Driven Supply Chain Planning with Dr. Josef Packowski, CEO of the CAMELOT Consulting Group, has been started this winter semester. This deals with a groundbreaking concept for companies to tackle the increasing volatility and complexity of global supply chains – the current coronavirus pandemic highlights the practical relevance of this subject.
“Ever since our founding, as a company and potential employer we have been committed to giving students the best possible preparation and qualifications for their career entry. We are also delighted to now count the renowned KIT Department of Economics and Management among our university partners and also to be able to provide emerging talent with practical experience in the business world,” says Dr. Josef Packowski, CEO of CAMELOT Consulting Group.
For many years, CAMELOT Consulting Group has been committed to the intensive exchange between science and practical experience. In addition to research, teaching and university marketing, one of the most important goals is mutual innovation. An example of this is “GreenMind2 in E-Commerce,” a joint innovation initiative for sustainable supply chains in trade, which Camelot has successfully implemented with the Chair of Sustainable Business at the University of Mannheim, the retail company Engelhorn and the SAP Innovation Center Network.
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