People & Culture

Interview with Dr Cetin Nazikkol

The RP APA regional team has gone through quite a change, with a shift in focus and a leaner set up. An interview with Dr Cetin Nazikkol on the current situation and how the region is working with the BU’s.

Part of the climate-neutral steel production team

Introducing Najat Aya. An engineer working on the future of steel production.

Our colleagues on the challenges they face in times of Corona

What does our working day look like during the pandemic and what challenges do we see?

Safety Culture does not work without concept

Not only in times of Corona is safety culture extremely important. At thyssenkrupp this is a high priority.

50th anniversary of the moon landing: and the next giant leaps?

But what has happened since then? An interview with Patrick Marous, CEO of thyssenkrupp Aerospace.

Company in transformation

Chief Transformation Officer Ilse Henne talks about the opportunities that come with change.

Former trainees stand by their word

A 30-year-old promise leads to the reunion of two apprentices under the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

Teamwork in Shanghai

Working in times of the Corona pandemic.

International teamwork for an enhanced performance

To be able to work successfully on an international level, intercultural competence is of the essence.

Meaghan’s way to thyssenkrupp: the passionate fighter against cystic fibrosis

Whether you are a trained engineer, a purposeful multi-talent or a motivated career changer – if you are passionate, there is always a place for you in our #teamtk. To breathe life into this statement

Dream job in the desert

The Yamama cement plant - seen through the eyes of Antony Maria John, Civil Quality Control Engineer.

Pandemic instead of cutting wounds

Occupational health and safety in times of Corona. A "consultation" with Dr. Anja Berkenfeld.

Wuhan under lockdown

Life in the center of the Corona pandemic.

#roadtripsweden: The steersman for the future of driving

On their road trip to Sweden, our experts test their high-tech components under extreme conditions.

Living sustainability rather than just talking about it

Sustainability. A very vague term that can mean a lot of things. In this interview Aytac Aktepe tells us exactly what it means for him and his work at thyssenkrupp. As project manager he coordinated a major sustainability and technology project.

Detective work: investigating ore & iron

Practice makes perfect: Dr. Alexandra Hirsch established her first contacts with the world of industry during her time at university. She was already familiar with thyssenkrupp projects as a research assistant and joined the company as a project engineer after gaining her doctorate.

If you’re prepared to tackle the issues, you can help shape change

“Man of Steel” are the words written on his forearm. And they are very appropriate as Jürgen Schaab has been a thyssenkrupp Steel man through and through for more than 30 years.

Changing more than just processes

Let’s move towards change together: Nadine El Sabeh works in the Operational Performance unit at thyssenkrupp Automotive Technology. It’s her job to closely examine the various processes at the production facilities of the Automotive segment.

Always had an attachment to thyssenkrupp

From apprentice to head of department: André Mense has mastered many roles at thyssenkrupp. As a true Westphalian, he has always had an attachment to thyssenkrupp - whether in Beckum, Essen or Krefeld. He has been part of #GENERATIONTK for 20 years – a proud anniversary.

Full commitment in Siberia

Why the engineering profession is a true vocation for Maria Kharitonova.

Responsibility early on

Seize every opportunity: That’s Peter Beckers’ way of thinking. After almost six years with thyssenkrupp he’s already in his third role and has always kept his eyes firmly forward.