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  1. 1. Dear Readers! Year 2014 at the ICV was dedicat- ed to three ICV top topics. One of them was sustainability. Sus- tainability is a relevant interest area in public transport, but not all public transport compa- nies see importance of sustainability as a component of their organisational strategy. You can read an article translated from German on the next pages of the Bulletin. Another crucial area was Big Data: in the last three months the topic appeared in e few ICV conference: for ex- ample at the 12th Controlling Competence Stuttgart Prof. Dr. Björn Bloching basing on his book "In Data We Trust: How Customer Data is Revolutionising Our Economy” presented how patterns are detected in Data and how this knowledge can be used. And at the Controlling Summit supported by the ICV in Poland Anwar Mirza, Financial Systems Director at TNT Express inconsistent definitions and business rules lead to prolonged decision making. Accurate and complete Master Data (used in the whole company in the same way) tables are pivotal pre-requisite for KPI reporting. In Autumn 2014 we also had new winners of ICV awards: Green Controlling Award was given to two companies STABI- LO and Takata AG. Controlling - Newcomer Award received three graduates from Germany. And in January 2015 ends the time for all those who would like to compete for the Inter- national Controlling Award. November and December was full of ICV events with interna- tional speakers: you can learn more about the conferences in Croatia, Russia and Serbia in this issue and regularly on our Homepage. And the anniversary new year (40th birthday of the ICV) starts with a little delay but at once with two big con- gresses in April: we kindly invite you to think about our propo- sitions to broaden your horizons! For the New Year we wish you much happiness in private and proffessional life! Much pleasure while reading Yours Dr. Adrianna Lewandowska ICV Board Member The ACCID Congress in Barcelona starts in five months but there are some names on the speakers’ list and topics in the agenda already. On Thursday, May 28, 2015 at 17.15 there will be three simultaneous confn- ces: First one is „Controlling 4.0 - Mana- gement Control Processes and Control- lers' Role of the Future” with three key parts:  The Change in Controlling? - Current trends and ou- tlook  The New World of a Sharing Economy - The Power of Sharing  Controlling Tools And Skills of Tomorrow The speech will be given by Prof. Dr. Heimo Losbichler, Vice- Head of the ICV Board and head of the International Group of Controlling (IGC), FH-Oberösterreich, Steyr. Then on Friday, May 29, at 10.30 – 12.00 there will be 5 se- ssions. One of them is „Trends and success factors in wor- king capital management” by Dr. Hendrik Vater, CFO DHL Supply Chain Southern Europe, Head of the expert work gro- up “Working Capital Management” and member of the ICV Board of Trustees. From 12.00 to 13.00 there will be 3 simulta- neous speeches, among them: „With SUCCESS to Interna- tional Business Com- munication Standards (IBCS)” by Dr. Jürgen Faisst, Partner der Hichert + Partner AG. To the congress invites Ulrich Müller Bosom, Head of the ICV Work Group Spain. ACCID Congress in Barcelona ICV Bulletin | December 2014 International Controller Association In this issue:  ICV awards: winners and an invitation to take part  Article Sustainability Controlling in Public Transport  Controlling in non-German speaking coun- tries—congresses and conferences www.controllerverein.com Controlling - Creating Future Publisher: International Controller Association ICV | Poznań Office
  2. 2. ICV Bulletin | December 2014 Green Controlling Award 2014 awarded to STABILO and Takata AG The Péter Horváth Foundation and the ICV select the most innovative and effective controlling solutions for implemen- ting environmentally oriented strategies, programmes and projects. Stuttgart/Munich, December 2, 2014– The Green Control- ling Award 2014 has been awarded to STABILO Interna- tional GmbH for its programme Controlling as a Busi- ness Partner for Sustainable Corporate Management and Takata AG for its programme Maximise Innovation to Minimise Environmental Impact. On November 27, Péter Horváth, the chairman of the jury, presented the EUR 10,000 award, which was donated by the Péter Horváth Foundation, in the presence of Siegfried Gänßlen, Chairman of the Board of Managing Directors of the International Controller Association (ICV), at the ICV's 14th Annual Controlling Competence Stuttgart - CCS 2014 conference in the IBM Forum Ehningen near Stuttgart. The winners then presented their solutions at the CCS plenary session to an audience of more than 150 controlling experts and managers. STABILO: Controlling as a Business Partner for Susta- inable Corporate Management In order to focus the company's sustainability efforts, in 2009 the company's executive management defined specific su- stainability goals as part of its Strategy 2014 initiative. As a business partner of both management and the operating units, the Controlling department was called upon to integra- te into the company's daily processes the requirements derived from the sustainability goals. The green controlling solution that resulted had three components: 1) Support the (further)development of the STABILO susta- inability programme; 2) Create transparency about programme results and re- port on them; 3) Support the sustainability programme from a process- integration perspective. The jury recognised several innovative aspects in the solu- tion. Among others, they included the fact that Controlling was integrated as an internal advisor for all processes, while the specialist departments worked autonomously to imple- ment their projects. All three dimensions of sustainability – economic, environmental, social – are viewed holistically, which creates transparency about their interactions. The green controlling solution has been integrated into the exi- sting controlling processes as an essential foundation of STABILO's sustainability programme. An important premise in the overall initiative was that the controlling of the susta- inability programme must not lead to any additional or paral- lel controlling processes. Instead, existing budgeting and reporting processes were expanded to include sustainability goals. Only the controlling measures used for the ongoing monitoring of the sustainability initiatives were rebuilt. In addition, the green controlling solution has helped to boost employees' identification with the issue of sustainability. Through the sustainability strategy, the publication of goals and measures as well as continuous reporting, the employees of all STABILO units feel that they are involved in the process. In fact, there have been many good examples in budget discussions as well as sales and marketing meetings that have been copied from other departments, or taken and then adapted for a new de- partment. This created a momentum of its own across all of the company's units. Several key successes have been achieved since the begin- ning of the sustainability programme in 2009. The green con- trolling solution also made these successes visible, which is © International Controller Association ICV | Poznań Office From the left: Dr. Dan Tulvan, Director Manufactoring, Arad (RO), Jürgen Volk, Manager Controlling Steering Wheel EMEA, Jörg Henry Dinkat, Director Con- trolling Global Steering Wheel & FI/CO Office EMEA – alle Takata; Péter Horváth, Head of the Jury; Angelika Henkel, Head of Controlling, Stabilo Inter- national, Martin Reim, Managing Director Schwanhäuser Industrie Holding; Lucian Lusca, Manager General Service, Takata Arad (RO); Siegfried Gänßlen, Head of the ICV Board) a major reason why sustainability remains an integral part of STABILO's corporate philosophy. Takata AG: Maximise Innovation to Minimise Environ- mental Impact Takata Corp., a Japanese company with its headquarters in Tokyo, is a global manufacturer of automotive passenger protection systems (annual sales: EUR 4.1 billion, about 45,000 employees worldwide). Takata AG has consolidated its European activities at its headquarters in Aschaffenburg. Takata's award-winning green controlling solution involved taking the company's traditional key performance indicator (KPI) system and expanding it to include newly developed metrics and a higher level of detail. “Green MBOs” (management by objective is the company's global variable remuneration system for managers) were implemen- ted into the target-setting system, namely: minimize impact on environment, limit potential of ecological hazards and risks, and rational materials consumption. The target-setting system was then connected with the KPI reporting. Takata considers “green projects” to be any projects which protect the environment, conserve energy or avoid environ- mental risks. Controlling supports and prioritises these “green projects” by providing cost-benefit analyses, resear- ching data and tracking results. The green controlling solution, which enables Takata's Con- trolling department to act as an innovator and driver as well as a “networker” between organisational units, uses existing resources and infrastructure in the company. Takata delibe- rately decided against establishing an additional green con- trolling department, and instead took the approach of integra- ting the issue into the daily responsibilities of the Controlling department. This also involves using the existing reporting structure in SAP. Takata's Controlling team acts as a mode- rator and sparring partner, for example, in discussions with the manufacturing divisions. Takata refers to a series of positive economic and environ- mental outcomes that have resulted from the solution, inclu- ding significant cost savings, especially with regard to expen- ditures on energy: 19% lower costs despite a 10% increase in production volumes. Increased awareness and clearly defined responsibilities among the stakeholders in the va- rious divisions are also counted as successes. In addition, Controlling now enjoys a higher level of process strength in both the daily and the project business. The company has even experienced a wave of innovation through the prioriti- sed support of its “green projects”.
  3. 3. ICV Bulletin | December 2014 Controlling – Newcomer Award 2014 to Darmstadt, Rosenheim and Aalen Every year the ICV gives awards for exem- plary controlling solutions which have si- gnificantly contributed to the achievement of the objectives of a company or an or- ganization. The Controller Award 2015 of the International Controller Association (ICV) will be awarded on 20-21 April 2015 during the 40th Controller Congress. We cordially invite you to compete for the International Controller Award 2015 by sen- ding us your controlling solution by 30th January 2015. Take up the challenge: compete with your colleagues and get to know what the decision of our competent jury is! More: http://www.controllerverein.com/Awards.158549.html The Controlling – Newcomer Award winners (left to right): Simon Redlinger, university Aalen, 1st prize; Claudia Lisa Weißmann, TU Darmstadt, 3rd prize; Christopher Kaufmann, university Rosenheim, 2nd prize. The Controlling – Newcomer Award of the International Con- troller Association (ICV) for outstanding academic theses goes this year to graduates of universities Aalen and Rosen- heim and the TU Darmstadt. First prize went to Simon Re- dlinger (Aalen University) for his Master Thesis “Wind power business case - a dynamic system analysis". The second prize winner, Christopher Kaufmann, Rosenheim University, was honored for his Master Thesis "Determination of produc- tion hourly rates for the correct valuation of inventories ac- cording to BilMoG" (German Accounting Modernization Law Act). The Master Thesis of the third prize winner, Claudia Lisa Weißmann of the TU Darmstadt, is titled: "Analysis of use of Life Cycle Costing and Life Cycle Assessment for efficiency houses". The Award subsidized with more than 4,000 EUR and also this year sponsored by the Haufe Group was given Novem- ber 15 at the conference "14 Controlling Innovation Berlin - CIB 2014". © International Controller Association ICV | Poznań Office In the last weekend of November in Munich Delegates from ICV Regions met with the Board and discussed the most important successes and plans for the next year. The Boards also presented the ICV Report 2014 and Hans-Peter Sander, Head of the PR Team showed progress in the new CMS project and first projects of the Homepage. The meeting was a sign of upcoming new 2015 year with new important ICV top topic chosen by the ICV: Big Data, Industrie 4.0 and 40 years of the ICV. In 2015 the ICV celebrates its 40th birthday. It’s Our organi- zation was founded in 1975 in Gauting/München by Dr. Al- brecht Deyhle and alumni of the Controller Akademie. For this reason we use a new anniversary logo showing that we have brought controllers together, spread the philosophy and practice of controlling, supported the exchange of experience and improved qualification of our members for 40 years. The anniversary year will be full of interesting events: con- gresses and conferences. The year starts with two congres- ses in April: 40th Controller Congress Munich April 20-21, 2015 9th International Controller Congress Poznan, Poland April 23-24, 2015 (1 hour flight from Munich) Controller Award 2015: Invitation to take part in the competition From 2014 into new 2015!
  4. 4. In the end of November in Warsaw, Poland, in the presence of Prof. Jerzy Buzek (prime minister of Poland in 1997 – 2001 and president of the EU Parliament in 2009 – 2012) the 7th annual meeting of the biggest Polish family companies took place. After 25 years of economical and political free- dom the owners discussed the most important experiences of building up the businesses and the challenges of the near- est future. One of the most discussed future task was the process of succession – the area of interest of Dr. Adrianna Lewandow- ska, ICV Board Member, and her team for many years. The team prepared a “succession tool box” for SMEs that want to start the process as soon as possible. The tools worked out in this project were also acknowledged in the world as very innovative. Prof. Buzek congratulated Dr. Lewandowska on her great work results and stressed how important such projects are for Poland and whole EU. Family businesses being often focused on building their val- ue in the long term, must increase their flexibility. Their stra- tegic decisions are based on the values of the company founder or owner which is why it is interesting to find the an- swer to the following question: how to combine the traditional style of management which is faithful to tradition and family values with a very clear challenge of maintaining business agility? ICV Bulletin | December 2014 Imprint Publisher and Copyrights: International Controller Association Public Relations Committee Editing Brigitte Dienstl-Arnegger Dr. Adrianna Lewandowska Hans-Peter Sander Anna Włodarczyk International Controller Association ICV Office Poland Ul.Fredry 7/1 61-809 Poznań PL Phone/Fax +48 61 853 20 10 Mail: anna.wlodarczyk@icv.pl Non-German speaking Groups Bosna and Hercegovina Slavko Simić, bono@blic.net Bulgaria Denko Yamboliev, denko@excite.com Croatia Jasmina Očko, jasmina.ocko@kognosko.hr Great Britain Milena Heim. milena.heim@gmx.net Estonia Toomas Haldma, toomas.haldma@ut.ee Hungary Budapest 1 Ervin Nemesdy, nemesdy@mce.hu Budapest 2 Andreas Kovacs, akovacs@mcskft.hu Poland Gdańsk Robert Panufnik, rpanufnik@gmail.com Katowice Anna Jarkulisz, anna.jarkulisz@arcelormittal.com Kraków Dorota Gołąb-Bełtowicz, dbeltowicz@bonifratrzy.krakow.pl Lublin Katarzyna Żuławska, katarzyna.zulawska@icv.pl Łódź Karolina Zielińska, karolina.zielinska@icv.pl Poznań Dariusz Gulczyński, dariusz.gulczynski@icv.pl Szczecin Aleksander Socha, aleksander.socha@ramirent.pl Toruń Andrzej Derkowski, andrzej.derkowski@neuca.pl Warszawa Karol Sikora, karol.sikora@icv.pl Wrocław Honorata Ulatowska, honorata.ulatowska@icv.pl Zielona Góra Małgorzata Lepak, malgorzata.lepak@icv.pl Romania Cristina Hodea, cristina.hodea@gmail.com Russia Valentin Usenkov, zhoom@mail.ru Serbia Bojan Šćepanović, mcb@eunet.rs Slovenia Dragica Erčulj, dragica.erculj@crmt.com Spain Ulrich Müller Bosom, ulrich.mueller.bosom@gmail.com About family business with Po- lands former prime minister Dr. Lewandowska with Prof. Buzek Dr. Lewandowska with one of the experts from the team wor- king on the tools