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Bene – New World of Work

Strategic re-positioning, development of new products and services, building a culture of innovation Transformation of a furniture manufacturer from producer of tables and chairs to a provider of new integrated settings for the world of work and learning. Development of a strategic framework for the next 5-7 years, to serve (1) as a roadmap toward…

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…

Austria Presse Agentur (APA) – Innospace

Training program for APA people leaders and realization of an agile innovation eco-system for the entire APA Group As a news agency and leading information service provider in Austria, the Austrian Press Agency APA was faced with the question of how to tackle the challenges concerning the changes in social media and crowdsourcing proactively in…

The future of work is creative

At the invitation of Steelcase, Markus Peschl gave a keynote with the title “Against the acceleration mania – why re:creation, a free spirit and space are essential for future-oriented innovation” and provided the thematic bracket for the subsequent panel discussion (with Kay Mantzel, Microsoft and Michael Held, Steelcase). Image: Joanna Kosinska at Unsplash

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…