Samoa Pfannenstiel is a Senior Expert in Mobility as a Service at Telekom Mobility Solutions, a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom. This former fleet management service provider transformed into an internal mobility provider for all companies of the Deutsche Telekom Group, offering a comprehensive range of efficient, economical and sustainable mobility services. Its portfolio ranges from classic fleet solutions with customer-friendly vehicles, including upgrades, to a nationwide car sharing service, an on-demand shuttle service and micro-mobility solutions such as bicycles and e-scooters.
Samoa is leading one of the company's most innovative projects shaping the future of mobility: Mobility as a Service (MAAS). Before entering the mobility industry, she had already worked several years for Deutsche Telekom as a digitisation and innovation expert, a product owner for digital projects, and a design thinking facilitator and agile coach.
Samoa studied business informatics, holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Applied Sciences Leipzig and is a certified scrum master. In her private time, she loves to coach her girls' soccer team and hit the punching bag with her Telekom colleagues.
'Designing ecosystem strategies, with future mobility as the case'
The world is changing, the pace is accelerating, and so is the complexity of how we respond to change. The problems and challenges of today are interconnected, making their immediate solutions seem beyond the imaginable. To address the challenges of now, we need a different mindset – a tangible approach to address the complexity of problems. One way of doing this is by establishing an ecosystem mindset, that will enable short-term action with long-term perspectives and create true value in the long run.
Today, no business or organisation is an island, with either a small or larger part of their activities influenced or even interdependent on other factors and players. Rather than operating as isolated entities, there is value to be found for any business in understanding, leveraging, and reconfiguring internal as well as external connections... more >
Friday, September 16, 15:00