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Nothing Ages Faster than the Future: How do companies deal with obsolete knowledge?

(This article was first published in German on www.t3n.de) We live in a knowledge society. For the game changers from Silicon Valley, the proportion of intellectual capital on the company balance sheet has long since overtaken the traditional elements. Knowledge and the use of knowledge can provide any company with a competitive edge on the market. But in …

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Digital Transformation is not an IT project

This article was originally published in German on Computerwoche.de. Digital transformation changes organizational structures within enterprises, including their social work environments in general and the specific relationships between people and between people and machines. This presents a major challenge to managers. My experience as an interim manager for transformation processes shows: transformation succeeds when the following …

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Learning in the Transformation Process

This time around, I take the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Christof Horn, Executive Director at the P3 Group, an innovative, international management consultancy with a special focus on the automotive, aerospace, energy, and telecommunications industries. We talk about the significance of digital transformation, leadership and organizational structures. Christof, how would you size up …

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Change and Transformation – Is There a Difference?

In my work environment, I’m often surprised at how often managers use the terms »change« and »transformation« as if they referred to one and the same thing. A look at newspaper articles, corporate publications and even the business literature can also leave one with the impression that the terms are perfectly interchangeable. As a matter …

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