Newsletter 2018|02

Dear newsletter readers –

After a successful IBCS® Annual Conference in London, we would like to share the news with those who could not make it to attend:

+1    IBCS® Annual Conference: Professionals discuss future of IBCS®
+2    Web domain: hichert.com becomes ibcs.com
+3    Second meeting: International IBCS® trainers exchange views
+4    Lectures: Frequent speakers present at interesting events
+5    IBCS® Round Table: Dutch users get organized
+6    ICC: HICHERT+FAISST has certified new consultants
+7    Training: We are on the road for you

+1   IBCS® ANNUAL CONFERENCE: PROFESSIONALS DISCUSS FUTURE OF IBCS®

More than 90 IBCS® professionals met on June 8 at the traditional Livery Hall of the Chartered Accountants in London for the IBCS® Annual Conference. In his key note, Prof. Klaus Kornwachs reminded the attendees not to forget the ultimate goal of report design: triggering actions. Exciting workshops on design aspects, on analytic software on its way to become an editorial and communication system, and on how to talk about IBCS® to different stakeholders made the conference a success. Many presentations are available for download from the conference site.

+2   WEB DOMAIN: HICHERT.COM BECOMES IBCS.COM

After more than 2 years of research and negotiations, we finally succeeded in getting the domain www.ibcs.com – just in time for the Annual Conference. Moving to ibcs.com is the logical next step on our way of making IBCS® a well-known international standard.

+3   SECOND MEETING: INTERNATIONAL IBCS® TRAINERS EXCHANGE VIEWS

The standardization of the IBCS® training program and the qualification activities for trainers make progress: 10 IBCS® Trainers met right after the Annual Conference to exchange experience on IBCS® training courses in Australia, Austria, Croatia, Germany, The Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, and UK. We can state that as of today we are able to deliver IBCS® training courses of the same high quality in several languages all over the world.

+4   LECTURES: FREQUENT SPEAKERS PRESENT AT INTERESTING EVENTS

Many speakers spread the word about IBCS® in lectures:
Basel: Rolf Hichert on March 6 at the SAP Forum Live Campus
Dublin: Andrej Lapajne on April 25 at Data & BI Summit
Warschau: Edyta Szarska on May 22 at the Financial Planning & Analysis Conference and Piotr Biliński on May 25 at 4th Forum Imformacji Zarzadczej.
London: Jürgen Faisst on June 6 at the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA)
Zürich: Raphael Branger on June 13 at the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA)

+5   IBCS® ROUND TABLE: DUTCH USERS GET ORGANIZED

IBCS® Certified Provider JUGO invited for the first Dutch IBCS® Round Table on June 14. The agenda covers the proceedings of the IBCS® Annual Conference in London and a presentation of Daniël Doorduin about “Philips’ journey towards IBCS”.

+6   ICC: HICHERT+FAISST CERTIFY MORE CONSULTANTS

We proudly present six new professionals who successfully finished their IBCS® certification (ICC):
Nadine Köchermann, fme, Braunschweig, DE
Daniela Mayer, consultnetwork, Klagenfurt, AT
Sergi Pizarro Prió, AMSEL Assessors, Mataró, ES
Michael Schelkle, Universität Augsburg, DE
Edyta Szarska, Controlling Partner, Warschau, PL
Felix Winterling, SBB, Bern, CH

+7   TRAINING: WE ARE ON THE ROAD FOR YOU

Before summer holidays only one public IBCS® training course takes place: July 4 in Munich (German). You can register here.

And these are the following IBCS® training courses:

September 17 in Istanbul (Turkish and English with translation)
September 25 in Vienna (German)
October 8 in Berlin (German)
October 12 in ‘s Hertogenbosch (Dutch)
October 19 in ‘s Hertogenbosch (English)
November 19 in Frankfurt (English)

On October 9 and 10 there is another IBCS® workshop in Berlin (German).

The certification course for IBCS® Certified Consultants (ICC) in October is fully booked. However, the courses in 2019 are already open for registration.

You will find the dates and locations for all courses here.

Looking forward to hearing from you –

Best regards
Jürgen and Rolf

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