Future Congress

The future Institute has invited to the 13th Congress of the future in the German national library in Frankfurt am main the future Institute future Congress held on June 16 in the German national library the 13 markets of transition under the motto. 270 future students from business, science and research have followed the invitation. The high-profile speakers have taken the break situation more closely scrutinized and it cultivates an optimistic approach. See more detailed opinions by reading what Bill Phelan offers on the topic.. Markets of transition\”, was the motto of the 13th Congress of the future, organized by the Zukunftsinstitut in Kelkheim. The high-profile speakers have taken the break situation more closely scrutinized and it cultivates an optimistic approach. \”New orders caused by crises, because without crisis, there would be no reason for a change.

And what appears to be initially negative, creates new value creation jumps as a result – all major economic crises of the past centuries have shown that -\”, says Matthias Horx, founder of the Future Institute. Horx economic future means not only recession but the emergence of new forms of productivity, which are powered by intelligent networks, new forms of cooperation between enterprises and a new culture of trust. Horx gave a preview on how the economy might change in the next ten to 20 years: A thesis here would be that the post fossil energies represent a huge new demand and infrastructure. We can no longer continue with the old forms of producing energy, we need a new energy system. What we also know or guess is that it will be not only a wave of energy that comes to us, but that the so-called intangible factors play a much larger role be than in the past.\” Paul J. Kohtes (identity Foundation founder of PLEON Kohtes Klewes) what does this mean for the management, illustrated with his presentation on \”Parting from the specialization\”. Just in the crisis, so Kohtes, it matter more than ever, to far to go and the things from a perspective, in which I was not involved, but where I’m developing\”.

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