Paul Schönsleben: Katalogdaten im Frühjahrssemester 2016

NameHerr Prof. Dr. Paul Schönsleben
Adresse
Dep. Management,Technolog.u.Ökon.
ETH Zürich, WEV H 318
Weinbergstr. 56/58
8092 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Telefon+41 44 632 05 10
Fax+41 44 632 10 40
E-Mailpschoensleben@ethz.ch
DepartementManagement, Technologie und Ökonomie
BeziehungEmeritierter Professor

NummerTitelECTSUmfangDozierende
351-0778-00LDiscovering Management
Entry level course in management for BSc, MSc and PHD students at all levels not belonging to D-MTEC.
This course can be complemented with Discovering Management (Excercises) 351-0778-01L.
3 KP3GF. Hacklin, M. Ambühl, S. Brusoni, E. Fleisch, P. Frauenfelder, G. Grote, V. Hoffmann, P. Schönsleben, D. Sornette, J.‑E. Sturm, G. von Krogh, F. von Wangenheim
KurzbeschreibungDiscovering Management offers an introduction to the field of business management and entrepreneurship for engineers and natural scientists. The module provides an overview of the principles of management, teaches knowledge about management that is highly complementary to the students' technical knowledge, and provides a basis for advancing the knowledge of the various subjects offered at D-MTEC.
LernzielDiscovering Management offers an integrated learning system, which combines in an innovate format a set of lectures, an advanced business game simulation and a set of group exercises involving industry speakers (ranging from leading venture capitalists to executives at established corporations). Unlike more traditional courses, the learning model for Discovering Management involves 'learning by doing'. While the 13 different lectures, in-class discussions and assigned readings provide the theoretical and conceptual foundations, the experiential learning outcomes result from the interrelated group activities: 1) the interactive case studies and exercises, 2) the business game simulation.
By discovering the key aspects of entrepreneurial management, the purpose of the course is to advance students' understanding of factors driving company success, where success is understood as a broad construct including financial return, employee, customer and supplier satisfaction as well as social and ecological responsibility.
Discovering Management is designed to suit the needs and expectations of Bachelor students at all levels as well as Master and PhD students not belonging to D-MTEC. By providing an overview of Entrepreneurial Management, this course is an ideal enrichment of the standard curriculum at ETH Zurich. No prior knowledge of business or economics is required to successfully complete this course.
InhaltThe lectures for Discovering Management are designed to broaden the participant's understanding of the principles of entrepreneurial management, emphasizing the interdependence of various specialties in the development and management of a firm. For this reason, the lectures are structured on the basis of a coherent business model and will be presented by the respective area specialists at D-MTEC.
The lectures broaden the view and the understanding of technology by interlinking it with society. Corporate sustainability, for example, introduces economic, ecological and social issues that are relevant to all engineering disciplines. Practical examples stimulate the students to assess these issues and be aware of their responsibilities as engineers. Technology and innovation management, to mention a second example, focuses on the interplay of technical and organizational change, and how these often neglected interactions explain why many new technologies are never used. It fosters the students' ability to see the business and social consequences of their 'technical' decisions.
Critical skills will be trained by the case study exercise, a participant-centered learning activity, which provides students with the opportunity to place themselves in the role of the decision maker, as they learn more about the specific case and identify the challenge they are faced with. Students will be presented real case scenarios by industry guests from established corporations and will have to critically analyze specific issues. The case study exercise will provide an insight into the context of a managerial problem-solving and enhance the participant's appreciation for the complex tasks companies deal with.
Discovering Management attempts to overcome the limitations of traditional teaching curricula of management in technical universities, which often merely focus on transferring specific skills to students, e.g. planning or forecasting. In response to the new challenges for entrepreneurial decision-making, students will be offered the opportunity to actively engage in an advanced business game simulation; a business game that establishes a link between business management theory and business management in practice. The simulation presents a realistic model of a company and provides participants with the opportunity to quickly gain the lasting effects of practical experience in a risk-free environment. All this provides a valuable learning platform to integrate the increasingly important development of the skills and competences required to identify entrepreneurial opportunities, analyze the future business environment and successfully respond to it by taking systematic decisions, e.g. critical assessment of technological possibilities.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesDiscovering Management is designed to suit the needs and expectations of Bachelor students at all levels as well as Master and PhD students not belonging to D-MTEC. By providing an overview of Business Management, this course is an ideal enrichment of the standard curriculum at ETH Zurich.
No prior knowledge of business or economics is required to successfully complete this course.
363-0448-00LLOSII: Manufacturing Strategies - from Supply Chain Design to Factory Planning3 KP3GP. Schönsleben, M. Baertschi, R. Binkert
KurzbeschreibungStudierende, die in global aufgestellten Organisation wirken möchten, erhalten ein theoretisches Fundament über strategische Gestaltungsvarianten für Anlagen-Standorte in globalen Wertschöpfungsnetzwerken. Entscheidungsträger aus global tätigen Konzernen führen Sie in die faszinierende Welt von der Gestaltung nachhaltiger Supply Chains bis zur Planung effektivster und effizientester Fabriken ein.
Lernziel- erwerben Sie detaillierte Kenntnisse über die strategischen Gestaltungsvarianten für Anlagen-Standorte in globalen, nachhaltigen Wertschöpfungsnetzwerken sowie über die Planung der Nachfrage. Sie bearbeiten Fallstudien aus der realen Unternehmenswelt, erweitert durch spezifische Vorträge von Top-Managern globaler Player wie Holcim oder Daimler.

- erleben Sie die Herausforderung einer "state-of-the-art"-Fabrikplanung, indem Sie den verantwortlichen Bereichsleitern von Unternehmensgruppen wie Volkswagen oder Siemens zuhören und mit ihnen diskutieren, und indem Sie eine Fallsudie aus dem realen Leben eines führenden Schweizer Unternehmens bearbeiten.
InhaltEigentümerschaft und Handel in einer Supply Chain; Zollorientierte Supply Chain; Total Cost of Ownership; Nachhaltige Supply Chains; Anlagenstandortplanung in Produktions-, Vertriebs- und Servicenetzwerken; Denkweisen, Ansätze, Methoden und Techniken der Fabrikplanung, aufgezeigt anhand von aktuellen Projekten.

Industrievertreter ergänzen die theoretischen Überlegungen mit praxisnahen Fallstudien, welche direkt mit den jeweiligen Industrie-Vertretern diskutiert werden können.
SkriptBuch Integrales Logistikmanagement - Operations und Supply Chain Management innerhalb des Unternehmens und unternehmensübergreifend, 6. Aufl., Springer, 2011. Kosten: 90.-

Powerpoint-Handouts und die Unterlagen zur Fallstudie können ab der interaktiven Lernumgebung heruntergeladen werden.

Verkauf am 24.2.16., 15:45, anlässlich der ersten Vorlesung.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesVoraussetzungen: Es ist von Vorteil, die Lehrveranstaltung "Logistik-, Produktions und Supply Chain Management I" (351-0442-00L) bereits besucht zu haben.
363-0768-00LRingvorlesung ETH und Uni Zürich: Logistik-Management3 KP2VM. Baertschi, H. Dietl, P. Schönsleben
KurzbeschreibungPotentiale für ein effizientes, flexibles und schnelles Verarbeiten von Material- und Informationsflüssen aufzeigen.
LernzielPotentiale für ein effizientes, flexibles und schnelles Verarbeiten von Material- und Informationsflüssen aufzeigen.
InhaltNeue Ansätze und integrale Konzepte zur Optimierung von Geschäftsprozessen. Projekte in Industrie, Engineering Tools.
SkriptAm Ende der Vorlesungsreihe werden Präsentationsunterlagen abgegeben.