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[[ Corona-Consolation curated by theLivingCore ]]

We would like to say THANK YOU to all friends, partners and guests for the amazing dialogues and insights, which sometimes left us thoughtful and concerned, but mostly made us look together joyfully and purposefully into the future. We are currently experiencing a time of crises, uncertainty, despair, and fear. We are confronted with stories…

The Knowledge Creation Cube

In this blog post, we would like to show you our Knowledge Creation Cube: a tool that enables us to present and plan innovation and knowledge processes in an agile and dynamic way. The Cube is a handy yet essential instrument for wielding the complex challenges of “New Work”. It can evaluate processes subject to…

How sustainable is e-mobility?

Climate change is forcing us to rethink how we will travel in the future. As a consequence, the end of the combustion engine is looming large. In the long term, the CO2 emissions of gasoline and diesel engines cannot be reconciled with efforts to create an emissions-neutral lifestyle; a fact that is gaining increasing acceptance…

Teals: the new mindset at work

Teals are increasingly making their way into our working environments, bringing a special focus on personal responsibility, autonomy and purpose. We analyzed this young phenomenon and collected our experience with teals as well as their effects on organisations and office landscapes. You will find them summarized in this article. In contrast to millennials, the term…

Enabler of holistic learning

“Single, double, triple loop learning” We are living in a knowledge-driven society. Generating and using new knowledge successfully is a decisive competitive factor in our work-life — for individuals as well as for companies. In order to keep their competitive advantage, organizations should thus focus on designing learning settings, which go beyond mere knowledge transfer;…

Innovation Challenges

Literature as well as our own experience provides ample evidence as to why innovation efforts are often not successful. A common cause lies in how we perceive and think. This common cause is known in cognitive science and neuroscience as the Predictive Mind Hypothesis: Our brain uses past experiences to predict and understand new ones. In order…