Ethics and business are inseparable

Today I come to you with a reading recommendation. Very interesting and critical report about Google. A good example that ethics and business are inseparable.

https://www.brandeins.de/magazine/brand-eins-wirtschaftsmagazin/2020/arbeiten/okay-google-was-ist-los?utm_source=linkedin&utm_medium=post&utm_campaign=dailylink

Hosting celonis @THAB

On behalf of my business administration Bachelor students from the Technical University of Aschaffenburg, I would like to thank the celonis Academic Alliance for the introduction to Process Mining. I was also able to take a lot with me. Gladly again!

Webinar @DFK

It was a pleasure for me to present the findings of my seven years of research on the EIL- Model and the EIL-Method to seasoned leaders. It is nice to see how the topic is spreading. Many thanks to my dear colleague Angela Witt-Bartsch – always welcome!

Corona and its economic effects

Spiegel Article

Management Summary
Corona Effects

  • Tourism collapse
  • Transportation minimization
  • Less social interactions
  • Less global trade
  • Higher unemployment
  • Reduction of stores
  • Reduction of productions
  • More independence between countries
  • Competition for face masks
  • Unilateral border closures
  • Hedge funds in London earned billions in profits from the corona-induced stock market crash
  • No united European action

Before Corona

  • No protection of resources
  • Social inequality
  • Comprehensive globalization
  • Right-wing movement
  • Climate collapse
  • Critics of capitalism
  • Cybercrime and surveillance capitalism
  • Futurists who warned of epidemics [i.e. Attali in 1998]
  • Eradication of exotic animal species

After Corona

  • Embedded liberalism [Reckwitz]?
  • Same as before?
  • More protective EU?
  • Minimization of the meeting circus?
  • Growth of internet companies in new areas?
  • Production relocations?
  • Focus on sustainability?
  • A close partnership between Europe and China to protect the environment?

In his Easter speech, German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier put it like this: “Perhaps we believed for too long that we were invincible, that we could continue to go faster, higher, farther. That was a mistake.”