Sun 10 - Wed 13 December 2023 Dornbirn, Austria
Wed 13 Dec 2023 09:30 - 10:30 at W211 - Opening and Keynote

Doing research without having the results applied in practice? Unsatisfying! Having a practical problem without getting real support from research? Unsatisfying as well. The Transfer between research and practice seems to be a major point in/for both worlds that still needs awareness and improvement. How can we improve that? Where can we learn from? One answer - where I have insights and can give more information - is: Agility, which is more established in practice than researched. What can research and especially technology transfer lern from Agility?

Prof. Dr. Philipp Diebold started working in applied research at the Fraunhofer IESE (Institute for Experimental Software Engineering) in the area of processes and project management in Software Engineering. Combining research activities with practical consulting and coaching is his passion till this day. Thus, he did his PhD at the TU Kaiserslautern on the topic of “Finding the individual appropriate agility” with several company case studies.

In 2018, Philipp co-founded Bagilstein as a coaching and consulting company with focus on agile. His company and the philosophy is based on the approach developed in his PhD – finding the appropriate Agility with a systematic, methodological, scientifically-founded and data-oriented approach. Furthermore, he is a Disciplined Agile Instructor and trainer for the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA).

Since 2021, Philipp reduced the activities for his own company due to the fact that he holds a Professorship for Business Informatics at the iu International University of Applied Sciences, Germany’s largest University with more than 100.000 students. Along with research activities on processes, agility, new work and organizational design, his focus is on teaching and transferring knowledge.

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