While my guitar gently tweets

When I’m 64Paul McCartney is now back in his twelfth year out of this youthful age, by now Sir Paul has released his excellent and globally acclaimed new album “Egypt Station.” And who believes that the new music of the great old man from Liverpool in the social media, on Twitter, Instagram & Co. is […]

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Digital technology vs. Mass Fashion – The Comeback of Customization

In the clothing industry, mass-produced goods are no longer unchallenged: Thanks to digitization and changing customer needs, both custom-made products and textile production in Europe could at least partially experience a renaissance in the coming years, experts say. This would not only benefit customers, but also the manufacturers’ balance sheets – and the environment. “It […]

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Daily: Tamagotchi meets Pokémon

The smear campaign with “US President” Tim Cook Tim Cook does not want to become US president in 2020. A pity, actually (Photo: www.drafttimcook.org) In terms of scandals Facebook and FIFA are currently delivering a spectacular duel. The latest absurd message surrounding the Zuckerberg universe: Definers Public Affairs, the PR agency that commissioned Facebook to […]

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More freedom, more responsibility

In the first part of their New Work essay Johannes Ceh and Marc Wagner devoted themselves to the interaction of customer centricity and employee orientation as the nucleus of a “company rebuilding” process. How can this approach be put into practice? Customer Focus: yes – but not at any price The focus on the customer […]

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It’s all in the mix: Using collaboration tools properly

With digitization and new, innovative technologies, the components of products, services and many other services are being created in parallel today and in different places around the world. Using agile working methods, different teams work independently and independently on the same projects. Individual tasks are done autonomously. With the result that the voting processes change […]

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Better to peel off?

It would be a classic question for “Who will become a millionaire?”: Which project management tool is used most often in companies? A: Trello, B: Slack, C: Asana, D: Rodeo. For most CEOs, A to D would probably be the right answer. Everyone knows these classic tools. But in times of the new DSVGO, it […]

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Digital Cargo Cults: Scrum, Kanban, Design Thinking

Well, are you already agile? Do you use Kanban and Scrum? And – really innovative – of course Design Thinking? Then congratulations! You have mastered the digital transformation. Or maybe not. Because for me, all these methods are usually nothing more than modern cargo cults. We worship them without really understanding their purpose. We just […]

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The Best Gadgets of the Week, Part 8

Oral-B Genius X: The toothbrush that uses Artificial Intelligence (Photo: Oral-B) Artificial intelligence for real teeth: Oral-B has introduced the Genius X, its first electric toothbrush with AI for better cleaning results. The gadget wants to improve the daily cleaning routine with good tips: The AI ​​has the brushing style under control and provides via […]

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HelloBody: “I just did it!”

Everybody knows her on Instagram: the beauty brand HelloBody. She is the darling of the influencers. International Instagram greats even have their own beauty products with the brand. What hardly anyone knows: Behind the fire is a successful woman from Germany – Monique Hoell. Natural cosmetics for young women, that offers the brand. “We believe […]

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