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Mastering the Digitisation of Business Management

The practical seminar for social care providers.

  • Digitisation in business management at social care providers

    Digitisation is perhaps the hottest topic in German trade and industry right now. In many places, though, it is being discussed from perspectives that are not always readily understood by those who are involved in social care. In this seminar, experts from the consulting firm rosenbaum nagy unternehmensberatung and Corporate Planning will give you a new, pragmatic way of looking at digitisation. The focus here will be on business management for social care providers. Despite the increasingly complex legal requirements, we would like you to retain your freedom to act in the long term, for which we have exactly the tool that you need. During this seminar, we will explain what the digitisation of management tools means for us and how you can implement digital transformation in your own business using suitable software solutions. As well as plenty of interesting case studies from consulting projects, we will be presenting specific implementation examples in the Corporate Planning software.

  • rosenbaum nagy unternehmensberatung – our network of experts

    rosenbaum nagy unternehmensberatung GmbH offers businesses and organisations its expertise in general business administration topics such as strategy and marketing, organisation and management, as well as crisis management and business restructuring. With many years of experience in consulting and an in-depth knowledge of the industry, rosenbaum nagy is a leading management consulting firm in the social care sector. Following numerous customer projects in conjunction with CP Corporate Planning AG and many successful joint events, rosenbaum nagy and Corporate Planning have continued their close cooperation by implementing a software model for the management of residential care. Join the seminar and benefit from this network of experts, who will be happy to answer any questions you may have during the networking breaks.

  • Fees and cancellation

    The seminar fee is € 399.00 per person, including VAT. If a registration is cancelled four weeks or more before the seminar date, no fees will be charged. If a registration is cancelled within four weeks of the seminar date, the full fee will be payable. A substitute participant may be named at any point. If insufficient registrations are received, rosenbaum nagy GmbH reserves the right to cancel a seminar no later than two weeks before it is due to begin.

Seminar Topics

  • 9.30 am

    Welcome and Introduction of rosenbaum nagy and Corporate Planning

    • Kip Sloane, rosenbaum nagy
    • Mike Santinato, CP Corporate Planning AG
  • 9.45 am

    Digitisation in Social Care

    • What does digitisation really mean, and what are the driving forces behind it?
    • Kip Sloane, rosenbaum nagy
  • 10.30 am

    Changing Circumstances in Social Care

    • Legislative reforms and increasing complexity.
    • Kip Sloane, rosenbaum nagy
  • 11.30 am

    Management Systems in Social Care

    • Management systems and their implementation in the Corporate Planning software.
    • Kip Sloane, rosenbaum nagy
    • Mike Santinato, CP Corporate Planning AG
  • 12.30 pm

    Join us for a Networking Lunch

    • Interact with our experts in corporate performance management at social care providers and let them answer any questions you may have.
  • 1.30 pm

    A Management Model in Care for the Elderly

    • The model for managing your own facility with a contribution-margin-based approach.
    • Kip Sloane, rosenbaum nagy
    • Mike Santinato, CP Corporate Planning AG
  • 2.30 pm

    The Challenges of Digitisation

    • Digital maturity versus digitisation strategy.
    • Where do we start? Identifying where action is needed.
    • Kip Sloane, rosenbaum nagy
  • 3.30 pm

    Change Management as a Success Factor

    • Digitisation as an integrated change process.
    • Best practice.
    • Kip Sloane, rosenbaum nagy
  • 4.15 pm

    Questions and Answers End of the Seminar