Business2JE Exchange


Knowledge management in Junior Enterprises

Imagine a world of junior enterprises, where everyone can pursue their ideas without making the same mistakes earlier generations already did in their daily business. High fluctuation rates in junior enterprises go alongside with leaving project experiences, because most of the learnings are still in the heads of leaving members. 

Constant growth in quality is one of our biggest challenges in JEs, what can be faced with an efficient way of sharing those valuable lessons learned from the past.

At this roundtable we want to discuss about best-practices within your JEs to following topics:

+++ Effective ways of knowledge transfer
+++ How to document, prepare and share the learnings purposefully
+++ How to motivate people to document their lessons learned
+++ Responsibilities within an quality management system

We are looking forward to a productive exchange of your international best practices!


Better integration of alumni

We are the BDSU Alumni e.V., the BDSU alumni association. We want to discuss with you, what kind of needs our 400 alumni have.

How we create a private and economic value for them and motivate them to be a club member? What are our communication tools? How do we support the BDSU and finance our events?

We are glad to meet you at the JMC Regensburg!


How fit are you for the GDPR?

Almost one year ago the GDPR has entered into force and still many enterprises are occupied with its implementation. Also, associations like us – Junior Enterprises – must deal with this topic.

In a case study related to associations we clarify the basics and most important characteristics regarding the data protection. In addition, we will test your knowledge to the topic data security in a short Quizz. Afterwards, you will get a brief handout with the most important information.


International collaborations for the JE

Input of JADE network on how to create collaborations at the international level, defining the internationalizing strategy and its value.


Experienced mentoring and coaching for student consultants through Futury projects

Keynote: How can Student Consultants be supported in their work?

More than 5,000 students in Germany are part of a student consultancy. Yet, their experience and quality of work differ tremendously. Which offers and concepts can help student consultants and also consultancies in their work? Workshops? Internships during the semester break? Mentored consulting projects?

Futury, together with company partners such as Sonepar Germany, Berner SE, WISAG Facility, but also Allianz Deutschland AG and FC Bayern Munich, carries out innovation projects in the German market. Futury starts with the innovation question of the business partner, transforms it into a project form and invites young talents to apply for those. During the project, the selected teams go through a structured, three-month innovation program (The Futury Innovators Academy), which takes them from the first concept to the final business case. In addition to professional and technical workshops, the teams are coached by experienced mentors.

Together with you, we want to discuss possible synergies between your work and ours. 


Early contact and exchange with companies using a cloud-based platform as service

Keynote: Is the recruiting and application process initiated too late?

There are over 165 million enrolled students and currently the number is increasing worldwide. There are 25,400 universities and X-million employers. When, how often and how easy is the contact and thus exchange with each other? Too late? Rarely? Too complicated?

Would a quick contact and possible mentoring not be effective as early as the 2nd semester? Would it be good to put the personality, life goals and passion in the foreground? These are some of the points that we would like to exchange with you on the example of the WorkToStudent project.


The New Work Order – Agile Values as a Solution for Impediments to Personal Development and Growth

Multiple studies over the last years have shown that strict hierarchies, hard sanctions and a culture of judgement are impediments to the personal growth and development of employees. The high potential that every single one of us carries within him can only be set free by an open and secure environment. Agile Values are all about openness, transparency, respect and courage – thus enabling every member of a team to become their best selves. But how free is free enough? Where are limits to self-organization and when do you need to „call in the cavalry“ and make a clear management decision? Come and discuss with us where you see the limits and chances for Agile work environments.


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