Successful companies are using modern transport management as a competitive advantage. With increasing globalization, rising energy prices, growing safety, security and ecological regulations optimizing goods transport becomes more and more important. In five days the International Autumn School “Transport Management” gives managers from industry, retailing, and transport companies the opportunity to learn from leading experts in academics and industry.
Participants will learn about the development of the European Union’s Transport Policy. We will address management issues arising in all transportation modes and participants will learn to use effective and efficient transport management tools that will help them make better strategic, tactical and operational transport management decisions. In case studies the participants will learn best practice in transport planning, transport law and transport controlling. This International Summer School will not only give new insights, but also should help the management and the company to make their transport management smarter.-
In compact form, held within five days, important topic areas for managers are first described in five modules covering general management in business contexts. Subsequently, these topic areas are applied to concrete business issues. With carefully selected case studies, which also involve international companies, problem solving methods are presented and discussed.
The International Autumn School Transport Management is offerend in collaboration with one of the top universities in Europe, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business.
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Kühne Logistics University in Germany is a private, state-recognized university dedicated to teaching and research of logistics as a core element of globally organized management. Our students and professors don´t see logistics in the literal sense of the word, but rather as a leadership function in all sectors of the international economy.