Excellent teaching is important to us! Lectures should be challenging, interesting, and relevant.
Our objective is to transfer lasting competencies to our students and to provide them with the know-how to understand, structure, and successfully solve important managerial problems (particularly in Logistics and Supply Chain Management). Lasting means that we equip students to comprehend complex systems, to be able to evaluate business impacts of decisions, and to successfully apply analytic procedures in practice. We rely on an effective combination of theoretical and analytical knowledge as well as practice-oriented examples and case studies.
Our students benefit from our close relations to versatile business partners: We know how Logistics and Supply Chain Management function in practice, which problems companies face, and what makes good logistics and supply chain management. This knowledge is integrated in both teaching and thesis work, which is supported by our chair. On the one hand, we offer a series of relevant practical topics (a list of current suggestions can be found here). On the other hand, we welcome final papers or thesis which evolve from collaborative work with companies (find more details here).