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Digitalization begins with the empowerment of people!
Digitalization is changing the way we work: today, we can only be successful if we work together with other departments, partners and clients. The work of individuals becomes less important – only the result counts. And that, in turn, is...
People are at the heart of the digital transformation leap!
Attitude and skills for the digital transformation leap Even before Corona: The right attitude and self-directed learning are essential success factors for the digital transformation. Just now, we all need to develop the essential skills for this very quickly! New...
Digitalization – what determines success?
People are the essential factor in digitalization! Studies, field reports and our own experiences prove it over and over: Whether and how quickly a digitalization project will be successful depends largely on how the people in the company are involved....
Skills gap: further training instead of recruitment – but how?
McKinsey-Report: Companies that meet the skills gap through training and development are better prepared for disruption! The latest McKinsey-Report says that 44% of the organizations that address the skills gap with internal training feel prepared for role disruption. This is...
Participants Turn into Creators with the Right Blended Learning Platform
Read a short interview with Silke Koerner about those features of the LearningStone platform which support our programs best: LearningStone Blog
Automation and AI – Does your Staff Have the Right Skills to Stay Competitive?
The McKinsey study “Skill shift - Automation and the future of the workforce“ of May 2018 discloses: Until 2030 tasks that require emotional and social competencies will increase by 24% (in 2016 it was 119 billion hours worked, in 2030 it...
What do we care about the VUCA World?
If everything is volatile-uncertain-complex-ambiguous anyway – why should we lead at all? Shouldn’t everyone be self-responsible and act independently? Is leadership out of date? Maybe it is not useful to think in absolutes: just because these tendencies currently are emphasized...