"Marc Nathmann" - Autor bei Tredition.de
 

 

Marc Nathmann

Dr. Marc Nathmann ist Legal Counsel und Syndikusrechtsanwalt mit Schwerpunkt Bankenaufsicht und Zahlungsverkehr. Er ist nebenberuflicher Lehrbeauftragter und lehrt auf dem Gebiet des Öffentlichen Rechts, insbesondere Bank- und Kapitalmarktrecht. Zuvor war er von 2013 bis 2014 Rechtsanwalt bei KPMG. Von 2017 bis 2019 promovierte er an der TU Chemnitz. Nach seinem Jurastudium an der Westfälischen Wilhelms Universität zu Münster folgte ein Ergänzungsstudium an der DHV Speyer sowie eine Zusatzausbildung im japanischen Recht an der Doshisha Law School, Kyoto. Er forscht zu Fragestellungen rund um die rechtlichen Implikationen von innovativen Geschäftsmodellen und veröffentlicht regelmäßig Fachaufsätze.
 

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Book Trailer Digital Project Practice

06.08.2020
 
The management of digital projects is an activity that requires a high level of professionalism and knowledge of appropriate tools and techniques. Decision-makers and practitioners should be well educated and always informed about new business ideas and have the latest methods in their ‘bag of tricks.’ Still, you might think that there are already many books and courses that aim to address this need. Why read another book in this domain?

We started this book project because we felt that many books about digital innovation and project management are either very theory-heavy, outdated, or just want to ‘sell’ a particular method. We wanted to prepare a book that introduces the methods, but also covers the practical aspect, critically acclaims existing approaches and practices, and shows the limitations. I.e., the book touches appropriate methods as well as human/social aspects. In fact, the human aspect is one of the running themes in this book. It also addresses issues that may not be covered by ‘classical or agile project management literature’. You can regard it as a contribution to the ongoing discussion on business practices and methods. It also aims to nourish and stimulate dialogue in the professional community.

More info at www.digital-project-practice.com