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Leadership in turbulenten Zeiten Studie

Leadership in turbulenten Zeiten

Was passiert wenn plötzlich Märkte kollabieren (Finanzkrise 2007), Kriege Absatzmärkte vernichten (Russland-Ukraine-Krise) oder technologische Revolutionen etablierte Kernkompetenzen entwerten (Übergang zum Smartphone)? Überraschend entstehende Brüche im Wettbewerbsumfeld stellen Führungskräfte vor große Herausforderungen. Wie verhalten sich...
On the podium: Elisabeth Eidenberger (OÖN), Michael Strugl (Academia Superior), Brigitte Haider (Oberbank), Wolfgang Güttel (JKU), Thomas Windischbauer (Silhouette)

Leadership in turbulent times

In a cooperation with LIMAK Austrian Business School, a team around Wolfgang Güttel - head of the Institute for Human Resource & Change Management at the Johannes Kepler University Linz - examined, how business...
Study: Leadership in turbulent times

12 Rules of Thumb for good Leadership

In a cooperation between ACADEMIA SUPERIOR and LIMAK - Austrian Business School, a team headed by Professor Dr. Wolfgang Güttel (Institute for Human Resource & Change Management at the Johannes Kepler University Linz) examined...
Markus Hengstschläger at the Symposium 2014

Crossing borders pays off

The SURPRISE FACTORS SYMPOSIUM in march 2014 marked the beginning of the fourth year in the history of ACADEMIA SUPERIOR. Once again, international experts, members of our Academic Advisory Board and students exchanged their...

SURPRISE FACTORS SYMPOSIUM REPORT 2014

For the fourth time, the SURPRISE FACTORS SYMPOSIUM took place in 2014. The chief event in ACADEMIA SUPERIOR"s schedule attracted numerous guests who came to the Toscana Congress Gmunden, looking forward to experiencing live...
The Young Academia at the Symposium 2014

The Crisis can be a New Start

In forefront of the SURPRISE FACTORS SYMPOSIUM, students from various disciplines gathered together to discuss our this year main theme "Beyond Borders - The Strength to Emerge from Crises“. Six of them brought the...
Karel Schwarzenberg at the Symposium 2014

Europe must not become Venice

Karel Schwarzenberg, born in 1937, has seen many political boundaries emerge and disappear in his life. Schwarzenberg is rooted in the whole of Central Europe and therefore "boundless". In 1989 Schwarzenberg was awarded the...
Eva Horn at the Symposium 2014

The world of fears is becoming increasingly complex

The meaning of disaster fictions Eva Horn is a cultural studies scholar and university professor of modern German literature at the University of Vienna. Her new book "The Future as a Disaster" will be published...
John L. Casti at the Symposium 2014

X‑Events — essential for human progress

Only societies which have confidence in their institutions are resilient John L. Casti is an American mathematician and system theorist. He is senior research fellow at the Stevens Institute of Technology in New York and...
Peter Habeler at the Symposium 2014

Overcome and respect personal limits

If you push your limits, you perform at your best Peter Habeler is an Austrian mountaineer, alpinist and author. In 1978 he ascended, together with Reinhold Messner, the Mount Everest as first man without supplementary...
30.09.2021 14:00 - 17:30
Academia Superior – Gesellschaft für Zukunftsforschung