|Title: Digitalisierung deutscher KMU im Branchenvergleich.|
|Written by: Schöpper, Henning and Lodemann, Sebastian and Dörries, Florian and Kersten, Wolfgang|
|in: <em>Industrie 4.0 Management : Gegenwart und Zukunft industrieller Geschäftsprozesse</em>. (2018).|
|Volume: <strong>34</strong>. Number: (2),|
|on pages: 38--42|
Abstract: Digitization has a considerable impact on companies and their business environment. With extensive digital pilot projects and digitization programs, large corporations show that they are increasingly internalizing the digital transformation. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), on the other hand, often have a need to catch up. In addition to the technical aspects of digital transformation, the human factor is playing an increasingly important role. With the help of a cross-sectional analysis of German SMEs, findings on digitization competence were derived and analyzed across industries. The term work 4.0 was divided into the dimensions of qualification, organization and leadership and these were considered as influencing factors. In individual industries, there are clear deficits in the area of digitization competence. It shows that these competences depend to a large extent on the dimensions of the work 4.0.