Tech or Talent?

In many companies, the “human factor” is being neglected in the general hype around digitalization. However, people are – and remain – the key factor for success. So it’s high time to look at the role of humans in the working world of the future.

CONTENT

EDITORIAL

COVERSTORY

Leadership 4.0 • The working world of the future needs modern leadership. We interviewed three managers and took a look at their current projects.

EXPERT INTERVIEW

Scenario planning: the path to a ‘new normal’ • Dieter Körner believes that scenario planning is the best way for businesses to navigate their way through this crisis.

EDITORIAL

COVERSTORY

Leadership 4.0 • The working world of the future needs modern leadership. We interviewed three managers and took a look at their current projects.

EXPERT INTERVIEW

Scenario planning: the path to a ‘new normal’

A CASE IN POINT

Managing the Crisis Effectively • A successful asset management strategy during Coronavirus

People Power • Equinor and T.A. Cook implemented an eight-month project together.

New Budget, Old Problems • Maintenance budgets can be a tiresome topic.

INTERVIEW SPECIAL

The Future of Work • In interviews with INSITE, a scientist, an economic philosopher, and a senior industry representative describe their views on the role of humans in the working world of the future.

SECTOR FOCUS

Corporate Amnesia • Poor knowledge management costs money. INSITE shows how companies can preserve and even optimize know-how across generations.

Recruiting in the Digital Age • Generation Y is bringing new skills to the world of work. And companies that are committed to breaking up outdated structures stand to benefit.

A CASE IN POINT

Managing the Crisis Effectively • A successful asset management strategy during Coronavirus

People Power • Equinor and T.A. Cook implemented an eight-month project together.

New Budget, Old Problems • Maintenance budgets can be a tiresome topic.

INTERVIEW SPECIAL

The Future of Work • In interviews with INSITE, a scientist, an economic philosopher, and a senior industry representative describe their views on the role of humans in the working world of the future.

SECTOR FOCUS

Corporate Amnesia • Poor knowledge management costs money. INSITE shows how companies can preserve and even optimize know-how across generations.

Recruiting in the Digital Age • Generation Y is bringing new skills to the world of work. And companies that are committed to breaking up outdated structures stand to benefit.

BIGGER PICTURE

The End of Traditional Hierarchies • Management processes are changing. What does this mean for corporate culture and traditional role models?

INFOGRAPHIC

The Engineer of Tomorrow • A recent study highlights the skills and knowledge that companies expect from their specialists in Industry 4.0.

UPDATE

A Man for All Seasons For over 20 years, Bernd Zanger has been shaping change at and with clients and colleagues worldwide. The ability to adapt and the right instincts are the secret to his success.

BIGGER PICTURE

The End of Traditional Hierarchies • Management processes are changing. What does this mean for corporate culture and traditional role models?

INFOGRAPHIC

The Engineer of Tomorrow • A recent study highlights the skills and knowledge that companies expect from their specialists in Industry 4.0.

UPDATE

A Man for All Seasons For over 20 years, Bernd Zanger has been shaping change at and with clients and colleagues worldwide. The ability to adapt and the right instincts are the secret to his success.