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Thinking mobility from the future – New innovation approaches and paradigms for mobility research

Digitization and disruptive developments in the mobility sector create new opportunities, but at the same time raise new problems and questions. What is in store for us? How do we deal with the “future” and the growing uncertainties? How can we better (co-)shape it through research, technology, and innovation? In their interactive keynote, Markus Peschl…

Uncertainty and Opportunity as Drivers for Re-Thinking Management

ReThinking Management pursues the basic idea that management theory is not only a sub-discipline of business economics, but an interdisciplinary, critical field of research and practice that takes a decidedly cultural perspective. While questioning the status and practices of conventional management, the book opens up to new concepts, angles, and perspectives. Prof. Markus Peschl and…

The office as a strategic instrument

Together with partners (abz*austria, Klaiton, Northcote Recht and Qualysoft) and the management club, theLivingCore has launched the event series “Actively shaping the future | Perspectives for small and medium-sized businesses”. The 3rd Business Breakfast focused on how space can be integrated into corporate strategy as a strategic instrument. Managers and entrepreneurs of medium-sized businesses actively…

CIO Inside Summit

How do we talk about what is not there yet? At the first CIO Inside Summit at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Carina presented theLivingCore’s understanding of innovation and worked with the participants to develop strategies and methods for (via) “communicating the future as it emerges”. Image: Etienne Boulanger at Unsplash

Automotive 2015

Connected mobility, lightweight construction, internationalization: With more than 250 visitors, the Automotive Conference 2015 is Austria’s largest meeting place for the automotive supply industry. Top-class speakers from Daimler, Audi, BMW, Continental, etc. present the innovations and trends in the industry. For the third time, Carina Trapl moderated the event from the perspective of theLivingCore’s knowledge…

Theory U and Emergent Innovation

One of the great challenges in the field of innovation is to create something radically novel, but at the same time something that people where “waiting” for, although nobody could have made this expectation explicit. In this chapter, Markus Peschl and Thomas Fundneider present an alternative approach to innovation: “Emergent Innovation” – a socio-epistemological innovation…