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!
- 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
- 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
- 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.”
Today I want to share an article about a project I did with the Fraunhofer Institute @SIGEL: https://www.kompetenzzentrum-usability.digital/kos/WNetz?art=Project.show&id=44
Thanks to Denis Eser from HYPE the 3rd semester of innovation management and design learned how software can support the innovation process and therewith manage knowledge.
It was my pleasure to host Florian Fecher, venture manager @eon Future Lab.
I had the chance to talk about the topic “effective change – leadership in the digital age”. If you are interested and understand German, click here
Three excellent business coaches introduced new work methods to my innovation management & design students in 2019. Thank you so much!