Much is written about digital business models. About disruptive approaches. Expensive evaluations and process models are sold and tested extensively. Most of the time this results in faulty compromises and “over-digitized”, ancient processes. It sounds paradoxical, but in order to build new, successful business models based on digitization, digital tools are initially less important. Fundamentally, one must be able to break out of tried-and-true mindsets, to figuratively leave the beaten mental path. Here’s how – short version.
Time and again I can observe that dealings with competitors are often reserved and sometimes even dogged. This is unfortunate, for one has much to learn in dealing openly with the competition – especially about oneself.
Recently, I read an interesting article by Andreas Kassat, “Poor Upbringing or a new Trend: Unreachable Contacts”.Read more
Managing a team of developers is both a great challenge and a pleasure. The challenge, because this task is often difficult and extremely demanding, especially if the team is dispersed in whole or partly and working remotely.Read more
The week before last, we at AOE were honored with the “Best Omnichannel Experience Award” at the Imagine 2016 for our omnichannel E-Commerce solution for the Frankfurt Airport.Read more
Let me start by bringing up an unusual case: Wojciech Cejrowski is a well known Polish traveler, an author, and a TV personality. He’s a hard-line Catholic, which differentiates him from other travelers.Read more
Commenting on my t3n article, “Job destruction through digitization: The business of scaremongering!” the writer notes that I am arguing on a strictly historical basis that technological progress creates more work. Up until now, I wasn’t even really aware that the majority of people doesn’t know why this is so. Actually, it’s very simple. An attempt at an explanation.
Healthcare in Switzerland and Germany is excellent, so it is said. Compared with other countries this is undoubtedly so. And still, if you detach yourself from existing mental structures, you will find that manyRead more
I can tell you that 20 years in the project business leave their mark. Almost everyone I talk to in the industry is intrinsically fed up with it. Too much movement, too many “moving targets”, too much stress. Sooner or later, almost every digital agency expresses the desire to launch a product.Read more