Prof. Dr. Monika Maria Moehring is a professor of Business, Logistics, SCM, and Innovation Management at Technical University of Middle Hesse in Friedberg, Germany. Her academic background comprises a PhD in Economics at Strathclyde University, Glasgow, an MBA at University of Lincoln,and a Master of Chemistry. Monika Maria Möhring is a member of the European Operations Management Association (EurOMA), the International Council for Small Business (ICSB), and the Industrial Marketing and Purchasing (IMP) Group.
Prof. Dr. Möhring has been working at the interface between IT and industrial business processes since 1999. Starting from an IT specialist’s role, i.a. at Software AG and Infor, she has been dedicating her work to business process (re-) engineering and the successful integration of customer-centric prototypes into operations, warehousing, and manufacturing. Leveraging the potential value of IT interfaces (such as Big Data, RFID, 3-D printing, and other industry 4.0 technologies) for a specific organization for her is key to ongoing excellence in business practices.
To manage and diagnose such industrial process-centric innovations, Prof. Dr. Möhring suggests an innovation scorecard and an Índustry 4.0 introduction framework around which numerous of her international publications revolve. She maintains academic and corporate research co operations, i.a. with Adam Smith Business School in Glasgow, as well as with leading multinational enterprises in automotive and process industries.