Tag Archives - Consulting Innovation

Merck Innovation Center as Enabling Space

Conception and realization of the award-winning center for disruptive innovation to serve the entire Merck Group worldwide Merck is one of the worldwide leading technology companies in innovative healthcare, life science, and performance materials. Using the Enabling Space approach, theLivingCore developed a holistic innovation eco-system – the Merck Innovation Center – steering the whole Merck…

A future-driven value creation process for real estate project development

Design and implementation of a value creation process for newly acquired real estate properties for the third-largest real-estate developer in Europe, International The real estate industry is undergoing a radical transformation. The successful model of recent years – developing real estate projects on the basis of past experience – generates unmanageable risks. The level of…

Burda International Poland – Innovation Hive

Re-design of organizational processes (“digitization“), spatial layout program and change process for the new office, innovation program and training for executives The publishing industry is undergoing radical change due to digitization; the classical business model based on advertising does not longer work. In view of growing competitive pressure from social media and Internet-based services, Burda…

Keynote at Astra Zeneca – How we can create spaces for learning and change

Carina Rohrbach and Oliver Lukitsch gave the opening address at the launch event of the Forum Astra Zeneca, showing how organizations can create environments that enable holistic learning and radical transformation. In their interactive keynotes, Carina and Oliver always combine the latest findings from cognitive and neuroscience with inspiring practical examples from various industries. Image:…

Creativity cannot be automatized

Innovation researcher Markus Peschl talks to “der Standard” about innovations in the logistics industry. When asked whether today’s working environments are suitable for producing radical innovations, M. Peschl answers “in 80 to 90% of cases: no”. Why? Markus Peschl identifies 3 reasons. You can read the interview in German here. Image: Seb Creativo at Unsplash