A new and unprecedented gale of creative destruction is about to sweep through the industry and change it in mostly unforeseeable ways.
In this blog entry, John Clamans discusses the question: “Are the socio-economic and environmental consequences of the fourth industrial revolution to be met with skepticism or embraced confidently?”. … More Understanding the Industrial Revolution 4.0
Today, I want to publish a blog entry about sustainable practices in everyday life. I’m afraid, many people disregard that “individual social responsibility” is just as constitutive of sustainable development as “corporate social responsibility” (aka another stale buzzword). The latter, CSR, is rightly in the center of the debate of sustainable development, but the former should not be disregarded. … More Developing an Everyday Eco-Consciousness
Today, I want to tell you something about this lad. Let’s just say, his name is Jonas. Jonas lived on the street for almost 2 years, before he started his training as an office clerk. At the age of 16, he felt like leaving home and school to become a rebellious punk. Now, he’s 24 years old and wears suit and tie; … More High-End Medium, but Low-End Message?
I welcome you warmly to my second blog entry.
Two days ago, I blogged about change and a reader suggested that I should write another article on this topic; I thought this was a great idea! What I didn’t initially know was that: the more I think about change and ways to deal with it the more complex and diffuse my thoughts would become; it quickly turned into a very existential questioning process. Now I’m reconstructing my thoughts and bringing it all together. The result might serve as an approach of self-discovery. … More Why Conquering your Angst is Key