Projects for the Digital Transformation (ProDiT)


Project no.: 621745-EPP-1-2020-1-DE-EPPKA2-KA
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Project description:

Digital transformation is one of the major challenges for companies, society, and the education system, which requires new forms of management. Due to disruptive elements and jump innovations, projects are a major organisational pattern for digital transformation.
ProDiT is building a community, training, and knowledge cluster of universities, companies, and other partners that will provide the required standards, concepts, and competencies for project management for digital transformation as well as international, intercultural, and interdisciplinary competencies.

Project funding:

The European Union programme Erasmus+

Project results:

Competency Model for Digital Transformation (CMDT)
Digital Transformation Maturity Model
Digital Sustainability Canvas
Module portfolio for Project Management for the Digital Transformation
* Competences and the digital transformation
* Projectized organisations in the digital
* Sustainable digital transformation
* Knowledge in agile organisations
Community of practice (CoP) as virtual, digital project teams
Accredited programmes (double degrees)
Trainings (based on CMDT), cumulation of results in Master programmes

Period of project implementation: 2021-01-01 - 2023-12-31

Project coordinator: Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts

Project partners: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, UAB "Indeform", UAB "SOFTNETA", Siemens Industry Software NV, CGI Deutschland B.V. & Co. KG, Smart Mechatronics GmbH, Mpool Consulting GmbH, UNITY AG, IHOBE, Sociedad Publica de Gestion Ambiental, Stichting Center for Technology and Innovation Management, K.U.LEUVEN, University of Basque Country, VŠĮ Kauno mokslo ir technologijų parkas, Ruhrvalley Cluster e.V., Absolem Engineers NV, Kaunas University of Technology, Asociacion Espanola de Direccion e Ingenieria de Proyectos (AEIPRO)

Elena Vitkauskaitė

2021 - 2023

Academic Centre of Economics, Business and Management, School of Economics and Business