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On the Campus, I provide interdisciplinary insights on digital change, technologies and the implications for organizations, work-life, innovation and education. 

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CHANGE
Digital Change is fast and disruptive. Individuals and organizations must understand that innovation and life-long-learning (education) are key to a positive and successful future.
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FUTURE WORK
Technological progress is changing the way we work and it is changing overall working-environments. In this chapter we shed light on specific trends like the (old) fear of technological unemployment, aspects of industrial organization psychology, the implications of health on performance and work in a digital world and parallels between professional sports and business.
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FUTURE INDUSTRY
In this chapter we show practical examples of how digital change and new technologies are changing organizations and industries and discuss the opportunities and challenges.
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GLOBAL TRENDS
There are several global trends and developments that shape our present and future living and working environment. It is important to know about the implications of those macro trends in order to understand and create micro strategies - for employees and organizations.
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TECHNOLOGIES OF THE FUTURE
Our private life and working-environment is more and more influenced by digital trends, data and modern technologies. From smart speakers at home to the ERP-system or robot arms at work. In many cases, the development has just been starting. In this chapter, we give information on current technologies and graspable examples. The goal is to increase openness and acceptance towards new technologies that are shaping our future.
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INNOVATION
Innovation is essential for firms to stay competitive. Executives and employees have to be open for change and innovation. But oftentimes, success of the past leads to complacency and the risk of being “kodaked”. In order to stay relevant and competitive, it is important to question the status quo and be open for change and innovation.
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EDUCATION
Standing still means falling back - the world is changing at a tremendous speed and learning cycles have become faster which leads to a need for continuous and fast adaption. People have to develop an mindset and openness for learning and adaption - it is important to develop and update a toolkit, that is necessary to solve problems. Additionally, we should be open for new technologies that have the potential to improve knowledge-transfer like AR or VR.
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PODCAST
On the Podcasts I provide exciting, interdisciplinary insights from talks with experts from academia and industry about different Topics. From the field of economics to physics, from blockchain to pico satellites and from German labour market to china business and economics.I want to share Knowledge about new trends and developments with open-minded and curious people – people who really want to think outside the box. Enjoy the content, get part of the community.
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