Tomorrow’s Business Ethics: Philip K. Dick vs. W. Edwards Deming

The book analyzes their works and additional interviews regarding business ethics. This includes the adequate implementation and management of Artificial Intelligence, Flying Cars, Chat-Bots, Smart Data, Robotics, Virtual Twins and Swarm Intelligence. Always to keep in mind that the human employees stay the key-value of the corporation. Continue reading Tomorrow’s Business Ethics: Philip K. Dick vs. W. Edwards Deming

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Kimi Räikkönen: Driver of the Day and Example for Lived Corporate Values

Formula One is a ideal examples that even if we send individuals stressful situations, effective corporate systems can support them. Continue reading Kimi Räikkönen: Driver of the Day and Example for Lived Corporate Values

Sebastian Vettel: Corporate Employees at the Limit

Racer drivers act on the limit, what not only means continuously full concentration, but at the same time also high adrenaline and stress. The last includes the risk that the ability for logical thinking gets blocked and, in turn, this leads to sub-optimal decisions. Instead of an extended decision making process, time pressure only allows the possibility for a short one and the first possible option may get used, without thinking about long-term consequences, or even short-term ones. Continue reading Sebastian Vettel: Corporate Employees at the Limit

Sebastian Vettel & Business Ethics: The Importance of the Start, Relations & Trust

Trust can be earned through positive experience, but also pure word-of-mouth. It needs time to be build up, but can be destroyed in seconds. The Compliance Car has to be reliable and the driver concentrated. Even a small error may signify the end of the race! Continue reading Sebastian Vettel & Business Ethics: The Importance of the Start, Relations & Trust