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Don’t try to fight uncertainty, learn to manage it, author and consultant Margaret Heffernan says. Watch her DLD Sync session with Niki Kolev about better ways to deal with risk.
Quick Take: Highlights of DLD20
An astronaut, a Nobel Prize winner, a chess champion, many champions of a sustainable future: Take a look at select videos of DLD20.
Fashion Star About You: Making Online Shopping “Fun and Inspirational”
Combining social media and e-commerce has made Germany’s fashion retailer AboutYou one of the fastest-growing startups in Europe. Co-Founder Tarek Müller explains the secret of his company’s success.
DLD20 Preview: Speakers & Topics
Artificial intelligence, quantum computing, art, creativity, leadership and much, much more. Here’s what to expect at DLD Munich from January 18-20, 2020…
Rachel Botsman: Why Innovation Depends On “Leaps of Trust”
Trust enables new ideas to travel. Without it, we’d never get behind the wheel of a self-driving car or let a smart assistant into our…
Company Culture In The Era Of New Work
Digital transformation does not only have effects on products, business strategies and processes. A central success factor for successful transformation are the people who implement…
Closing the Female Leadership Gap
Despite multiple and long-term efforts by business, legislation and politics to balance out the gender gap in corporate leadership, the figures of women in C-suite…
Is Authenticity Overrated?
Is authenticity still an issue? Scanning through book shops and finding titles like “How to be yourself“ answer that question quite clearly. With these words Herminia…
“Uber den Wolken”
Dara Khosrowshahi made a political fashion-statement on stage at DLD Munich 18: The new Uber CEO wore a protest-slogan T-Shirt “We are all dreamers” – an…
Lack of trust is a central issue of our time. Without trust, institutions don’t work and people lose faith in their leaders. What should we do…
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Consumers and investors are forcing companies to act more responsibly. But to really make a difference, impact investing needs transparency, argues Sir Ronald Cohen.