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Digitalization, globalization, and the increasing use of artificial intelligence have changed working life – New Work and World of Work 4.0 are the buzzwords here. The transition to this new form of work, first discussed by social philosopher F...
You’re running out of time: why not try the Eisenhower Matrix?
You’re in the middle of planning an important project, but the phone keeps ringing and one urgent email after the other pings in your inbox. Sound familiar? The Eisenhower Matrix shows you how to set the right priorities.
The future for agencies: Are full-service agencies on the way out?
When companies are looking to commission agencies, one-stop shops are increasingly being overlooked, as the rapid digital transformation means customized agency models are in demand. Are the days of full-service agencies numbered?
Digital female leadership: how much progress have we made?
How far has female leadership come? Are digital transformation and the coronavirus alone resolving the lack of women in leadership roles? We interviewed Sigrid Dalberg-Krajewski and Tatjana Biallas, both successful female digital leaders.
3 tips for software developers to work effectively as a team from home
To be as productive as possible, product teams must work together closely in person – a common theory that questions if software developers can collaborate well when working from home. These 3 tips make remote product development a success!
WeWork at DMEXCO @home: the workplace of tomorrow
WeWork will be enriching this year’s DMEXCO @home as an exhibitor and giving visitors insights into the future world of work. In this interview, the team reveals what presentations WeWork is planning and what the American company specialized in coworking spaces is expecting from the event.
3 questions to Claudia Hartwich, Microsoft Germany: The future of work
How can digital working be implemented successfully in the future? To discuss this challenge, we interviewed Claudia Hartwich, HR Director and member of the Management Board at Microsoft Germany.
Agile business development: trial and error instead of long-term planning
Speed, adaptability, and an absolute customer focus – agile business development enables companies to stay ahead of the curve and take the lead through innovation. Their emphasis is on flexibility rather than traditional development processes.
As a digital leader, how can you motivate your employees on a long-lasting basis?
In an era of digital transformation, a new leadership culture is needed. In particular, increasing technologization demands a stronger focus on people in order to inspire and motivate employees. Here, you can find out how to take a motivational approach to employee management.