Bright spot instead of blackout. Why we need to think differently when it comes to improving the world.
The most important resource in this country is in our heads.
Instead of fear of the future, appeals to abandonment and rhetoric of doom, we need more courage, more openness to technology and more enthusiasm for progress. A humorous plea for more rationality and pragmatism.
"Priorities. What's really important?"
More than ever, companies need optimism,
inventiveness and a good dose of humor.
Among other things, you will learn:
- why improvisation is more important than perfection
- why a step back is often a step forward
„Big Dadaismus. With common sense through digitalization".
Vince Ebert advises serenity and dispels popular myths, promises of salvation and horror visions of tomorrow's business world.
Using witty and surprising examples, he shows where humans are superior to even the most intelligent computers and how, with imagination and creativity, one will continue to be successful in business in the future.
"Accidentally Successful! Why the world is not predictable and how we can use that".
- Vince Ebert uses humorous examples from natural science, neuromarketing and chaos theory to explain where we encounter coincidence everywhere and why we have such a hard time with it.
- But coincidences are absolutely necessary conditions for progress and innovation.