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[vc_row enable_fullwidth="Yes" enable_element_fullwidth="Yes"][vc_column][vc_column_text]Was ist Design Thinking? Design Thinking ist ein „nutzerorientierter“ Ansatz, um Innovationen in Organisationen voranzutreiben und umzusetzen. Der Fokus auf dem „Nutzer“ – also der Anwender, Kunde, interne Mitarbeiter – spielt dabei die entscheidende Rolle, um sicherzustellen, dass die Veränderung auch den – bewussten...

[vc_row enable_fullwidth="Yes" enable_element_fullwidth="Yes"][vc_column][vc_column_text] My wife and I are in many aspects a terrific couple. Sharing a lot of similar views, opinions and interests, we have these exceptional conversations in which we understand each other with only few words. Also, because of our comparable background and education...

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There is nothing new about fast-paced changes in our business and personal lives. However, the fact that our professional success as well as our personal well-being depends on our reaction to these changes is enough of a reason to talk a bit about these reactions and what we could do to be better equipped for the changes we face on regular bases.

We live in a VUCA-world. Now, I know that many of you are familiar with the fact as well as the term. But my opinion is that you can't repeat it often enough. The name VUCA is more than 20 years old and was originally coined by the U.S. Army to refer to a less stable (geo-)political environment after the end of the Cold War. VUCA is an acronym that represents four characteristics of an unpredictable and quickly evolving setting most commonly used today in leadership or strategic planning circles. more concrete, VUCA stands for volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity. It therefore perfectly expresses typical aspects of the fast-paced and change-driven world our organizations operate in. This article helps you to identify key strengths and skills to deal with VUCA.