Christiane Nunnendorf

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Career at thyssenkrupp | Corporate culture | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | Thinking about Germany, the Oktoberfest, our Autobahn and a certain stiffness come to most people’s minds. Many international colleagues get to experience working for thyssenkrupp in Germany. They had different reasons to come to Germany - but all of them enhance our team. We asked a few colleagues working here, what else they got to know about their new home – and which stereotypes about Germans have proven to be correct.
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Company | Corporate culture | With nearly 160,000 employees, represented on all continents, it is not always easy to keep track at thyssenkrupp.  But when it comes to allegations of corruption and antitrust law, Dr. Sebastian Lochen takes a very close look. As Chief Compliance Officer, he ensures that thyssenkrupp stays clean. He told us in an interview what role culture plays in this and how he assesses thyssenkrupp's history.
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Apprenticeship at thyssenkrupp | Career at thyssenkrupp | Corporate culture | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | In the first year of the thyssenkrupp’s new training center, 30 to 35 apprentices will learn everything there is to know about their future technical careers. What is particularly important to the managers is the balance between theoretical basics and practical experience. The project is set to significantly expand over the next three years.
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Company | Corporate culture | People at thyssenkrupp | Never giving up. Always taking the next step. Developing a strategy - how quickly do I approach the first few metres? Can I handle the last kilometres? The unconditional will to reach the finish line. Many characteristics of passionate marathon runners are also indispensable for being successful at work, says Andreas Schierenbeck, CEO of thyssenkrupp Elevator. Right before the prestigious New York Marathon, he talks about his personal experiences during the race, which took him 42.195 kilometers through the American metropolis.
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Company | Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | innovation | mobility of the future | trends of technology | Seen from above, airports must look like huge anthills: Thousands of people arrive, change gates, board trains, search for their terminal, fly off. How is this inrush actually organized? In order to keep an overview of this bustle - and to guarantee smooth operations - mobility solutions are needed that are intelligent and exchange ideas.
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Career at thyssenkrupp | Corporate culture | Engineering | The share of women in engineering and the sciences is still only around 25 percent. thyssenkrupp has set itself the target of achieving a 15% proportion of women in leadership positions by the 2020/21 fiscal year. To achieve this, and because we want to attract more women to work for us, we are focused on supporting young female talents. A win-win situation for both sides.