Careers
zurück

Award For MAN Future Lab

Award For MAN Future Lab

Josef Lutter from the HR Innovation 4.0 team accepts the Xing New Work Award.
(© Oliver Seidl)

MAN Truck & Bus received an award for its Future Lab - the ꞌXING New Work Award 2018ꞌ in the ꞌEstablished Companiesꞌ category. The prize is awarded to companies that introduce particularly innovative models for the work of tomorrow.

Without doubt, this characterization applies to MAN’s Future Lab. The new kind of office concept takes the open-space approach, spanning around 300 square meters, and is divided into various zones. These are individually adapted to the most diverse types of work situation. The fitting-out of MAN’s Future Lab provides a new and modern IT infrastructure, enabling a variety of hardware and software solutions to be tried out. The Munich facilityꞌs workforce have a large experimentation area available to them. This is perfectly tailored to tomorrowꞌs world of work because it divides up the area in a new way, while providing the most modern IT equipment. So the Future Lab represents a milestone on the path to the world of work 4.0 at MAN Truck & Bus.

‘I am delighted with the XING New Work Award. Around 60,000 users voted for the winner online. The fact that we received such a great response shows that our concept for the MAN Future Lab is convincing. Since we have also received similar feedback from our own staff, the initial findings from this project have already been incorporated into our company´s plans for additional office space. As a result, the work environment of the future is becoming reality,’ says Dr. Carsten Intra, Chief Human Resources Officer at MAN Truck & Bus.

‘A future-oriented work environment is important for our colleagues at MAN. In the Future Lab, many of us have been able to gather valuable experience, while at the same time having a say in the project. This makes the results to date valuable for everyone, since even tomorrow´s work environment has to be designed in line with people´s requirements,’ says Saki Stimoniaris, Chairman of the General Works Council.

Award For MAN Future Lab

Since May 2017, teams from throughout the company have taken the opportunity to rent out these areas for a month. There they can try out modern forms of work and help to shape them. Around 200 employees have already tested the new working environment. To put the MAN Future Lab into practice successfully, MAN Truck & Bus has decided to adopt a 360-degree approach. Alongside the Fraunhofer Institute specialists who accompany the process from the scientific viewpoint, the internal teams are assisted by a coach specializing in agile working methods. He highlights new forms of cooperation and familiarizes staff with the associated tools.


Career News

Award For MAN Future Lab

Award For MAN Future Lab

MAN Truck & Bus received an award for its Future Lab - the ꞌXING New Work Award 2018ꞌ in the ꞌEstablished Companiesꞌ category. The prize is awarded to companies that introduce particularly innovative models for the work of tomorrow.

more
Formula Student Germany – MAN Takes Pole Position

Formula Student Germany – MAN Takes Pole Position

Imagine sitting in your self-made race car at the starting line at Hockenheimring. It’s a dream that many people have that can actually come true at Formula Student Germany (FSG). Over 110 student teams from all over the world meet up every year to participate in a racing series with their own designed race cars.

more
Digitalisation – the current hot topic

Digitalisation – the current hot topic

Focused on the future: Markus Lipinsky, who has headed the new “Telematics & Digital Solutions” division since the end of last year, discusses the topics that will drive the transport industry tomorrow and thereafter, and explains how MAN can unlock new areas of business with new digital products and connectivity systems for commercial vehicles.

more
stips@MAN – Deutschlandstipendium scholarship students step things up a gear

stips@MAN – Deutschlandstipendium scholarship students step things up a gear

Around 40 recipients of the Deutschlandstipendium scholarship at the Technical University of Munich have been given an insight into the commercial vehicle sector by their sponsor MAN Truck & Bus.

more
MAN Diesel & Turbo: Technisches Projektmanagement

"Involved in the development process from the very start"

Even as a student, Julia Tümmers was fascinated by large diesel and gas engines. Now, at the age of 28, she is a Technical Project Manager responsible for her own engine project at MAN Diesel and Turbo SE in Augsburg.

more
MAN Truck & Bus AG: IAA-Team

MAN at IAA Commercial Vehicles

Preparations for the MAN exhibition stand at IAA Commercial Vehicles 2016 have begun almost a year and a half in advance. It will be Janine Strecker's fourth time at the show. For the 33-year-old Event Manager and Business Administration graduate, this is her dream job.

more
MAN HydroDrive®: Highest capacity and pulling power in heavy traction traffic

"Fascination Truck"

His heart beats faster when he sees a truck from MAN out on the open road: Dr. Robert Seeger, Head of Product Marketing Traction, explains in the interview why MAN had always been his dream employer, how he succeeded in joining the company and why his current job is simply made for him.

more
MAN Diesel & Turbo: axial compressor MAX 1, compact design, robust and high level of efficiency.

The new axial compressor MAX1 is in a league of its own

The axial compressor MAX1 is the result of one of the most challenging product development processes in the history of MAN Diesel & Turbo, representing a technological milestone for the company. Dr. Marco Ernst gives us a glimpse behind the scenes: How has it been working on the company’s flagship product?

more
MAN Truck & Bus: 100 years jubilee

Digital time travel journey through 100 years of commercial vehicle production at MAN

MAN Truck & Bus is launching a website to mark 100 years of commercial vehicle production at MAN, which will reveal exciting stories and show how MAN has been instrumental in shaping the future of commercial vehicle mobility over the past century.

more