The World needs Trust and Control

At the Sur­prise Fac­tors PLENUM, Michael Strugl, Paul Lend­vai, Kai Diek­mann, Lord Bri­an Grif­fiths, Alan Web­ber, Andrea Bruce and Markus Hengstschläger gave insights into the many things that seem to be out of con­trol in the world.

Con­trol is good, Trust is bet­ter
„The greater the upheavals, the greater the uncer­tain­ty. It is there­fore no won­der that, as a result of recent devel­op­ments such as ter­ror­ist attacks in Europe, the Brex­it, the elec­tion of Don­ald Trump to the US pres­i­dent, Fake News, etc., many peo­ple feel that our world is threat­en­ing to get out of hand”, empha­sized Lan­drat Dr. Michael Strugl in his func­tion as chair­man of ACADEMIA SUPERIOR — Insi­tute for Future Stud­ies, last night at the Toscana Con­gress in Gmunden.

In front of 700 vis­i­tors Univ.-Prof. Dr. Markus Hengstschläger, sci­en­tif­ic direc­tor of ACADEMIA SUPERIOR dis­cussed the top­ic of „Out of con­trol” with the jour­nal­ist and author Paul Lend­vai, the for­mer edi­tor-in-chief and edi­tor of the Ger­man news­pa­per Bild Kai Diek­mann, the for­mer con­sul­tant to Mar­garet Thatch­er Lord Brain Grif­fiths, the inter­na­tion­al war and crises pho­tog­ra­ph­er Andrea Bruce and the for­mer edi­tor of the Har­vard Busi­ness Review Alan Web­ber.