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Modell und Methode zur E-Mobilitäts-Reifegradbestimmung der Vertriebsorganisation eines Automobilherstellers

  • A. G. LatendorfEmail author
  • P. Found
  • J. Harwell
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Zusammenfassung

Das Thema Elektromobilität ist aktuell ein viel und heiß diskutiertes Thema und der exponentielle Anstieg der Volumina zeigt einen eindeutigen Trend. Neben der Digitalisierung im Allgemeinen stellen sowohl die grundsätzlichen Änderungen in den Kundenanforderungen als auch nationale und regionale Regularien sowie technologische Neuerungen im Speziellen die Automobilindustrie vor große Herausforderungen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Latendorf & Doggaz GmbHEssenDeutschland
  2. 2.University of BuckinghamBuckinghamEngland

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