With Generation Y a new generation of young well-educated people urges in the world of Employment, which has a high affinity for technology and modern means of communication. Grown up in the era of internet and smartphones, the competition between employers for the “Best” of this generation flares up in the „war for talent“. But in return they make high demands on their working world – in terms of content but in particular also on the infrastructural and technical design of „their“ world of work. This generation is no longer influenced by the traditional understanding of one’s role in the professional life. Career at any price is no longer the focus but rather a meaningful and satisfying work life. We have to admit, that modern working environments and the New Ways of Working are not only conditioned by the increasingly entering of Generation Y into working process, but the entire world of work is subject to constant change to a new kind of work with other priorities and thus new requirements for the modern office world and IT. Read More
In today’s world we have some clear indicators that power has shifted from companies to consumers and consumers’ expectations are increasing exponentially due to their experiences with other services, primarily services driven by technology. This is a world of immediate information and gratification where outside industries are raising the bar for traditional companies that operate in more traditional business areas like insurers. Read More
40 trillion Euros by 2030 – that’s the experts’ best guess on the investments globally needed just to expand the infrastructure sufficiently to keep up with the expected rate of economic growth. This number equals a 4 followed by 13 zeroes and is only slightly less than ten times the 2015 GDPs of Austria, Germany and Switzerland combined.
According to a recent survey among 100 German top managers of companies concerned with the operation and maintenance of public infrastructure such as power grids, railways and water supply networks, there is a serious lack of information about the actual condition of the infrastructure. Read More
Changing market dynamics and demands for a more progressive approach to manage healthcare challenges are leading to convergence in healthcare. I spoke about this trend in my last blog and how it’s resulting not only in global healthcare systems becoming more and more alike, but also in convergence across a broad range of healthcare organizations. Read More
As companies more and more rely on more specific business applications in today’s fast paced business environment, the software development facilities serving the company have become a strategic partner. A partner that has become overwhelmingly occupied with projects so detailed and complex that it was just necessary to split up the project phases that developers can concentrate on their core duties… the code itself. So far so good, you have it all; your Project Management Office to coordinate the efforts and assign resources, Business Analysts to understand what the business wants, System Engineers to provide you with the infrastructure and keep your code running, the Testing Team that will push the application to its limit and most important your Developers, they will in the end provide your product… which essentially means that your kitchen is ready to serve good food! Read More