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    Blog 06/2019 – Ina Schmidt

    We repeatedly read and hear about necessary innovations – new ways and ways of thinking that have to be discovered and applied. But how do we manage to invent and produce «something new» over and over again? Let yourself surprise and discover more about the interesting connection between innovation and habit.

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    Blog 05/2019 – Ulrich Schnabel

    Today, in the time of Youtube, Facebook and Instagram – all terrorists, demagogues and influencers are aware of the meaning of the sentence: « What has once been seen cannot be undone». This is because images and videos burn even more vividly in our lasting memory than abstract thoughts. A very interesting contribution by Ulrich Schnabel, which reveals why shocking images and false reports are often spread - and how we can handle them.

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    Blog 04/2019 – Christoph von Oldershausen

    Have you ever tried to draw a straight line on a white sheet of paper without a ruler? It’s not that easy. Christoph von Oldershausen invites us to a change our perspectives and gain some insights of the lives of our blind fellow human beings.

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    Blog 03/2019 – Carlos A. Gebauer

    Whoever lets others hope for more than they are capable of, creates annoyance. He who lets his light shine duller than it burns in truth feels misunderstood by the world. This article offers some interesting approaches for a life in harmony with the expectations that others have of us.

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    Blog 02/2019 – Ina Schmidt

    Everyone is talking about digitalization, no matter which topic. Digital progress is being discussed on all social fronts, from the expansion of broadband technology to the dangers of a trans-human AI systems. Opinions are conflicting – assessments of what the digital future holds for us range from optimistic scenarios of solutions for global problems to the extinction of mankind by malicious cyborgs. Ina Schmid invites us to completely rethink this fundamental process of change.

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    Blog 01/2019 – Ulrich Schnabel

    Sure, we live in a world full of upheavals. But how well do we recognize the new when we encounter it? What about our ability to anticipate future developments? The answer of the award-winning science editor Ulrich Schnabel is: not good, but miserable. Immerse yourself in an entertaining journey into the past.

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    Blog 12/2018 – Christoph von Oldershausen

    In our last blog post for this year, Christoph von Oldershausen raises the question of whether the concept of the former British football coach Ramsey «Never change a winning team» is still contemporary. He comes to an interesting conclusion and draws inspiring parallels between professional sport and the business world as well as the private environment.

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    Blog 11/2018 – Carlos A. Gebauer

    Once we have recognized that quarrel among people is a manifestation of the conflict between subjective nominal and actual ideas, then this does not remain without consequences for our behavior in our own disputes. An interesting contribution on the connection between measurement and control and human conflicts.

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    Blog 09/2018 – Ina Schmidt

    Orientation in times of change. Why we do not always need ground under our feet to find support. A philosophical invitation for the leap into the unknown, into a sea of perspectives and creative spaces, which we should accept especially in these changing times.

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