Trust and respect are outstanding factors for successful partnerships, leading to the maximization of the long-term value. Continue reading The Importance of Partnerships
Respect and trust are key-factors to ensure a positive and efficient corporate culture. They had the same relevance in the past, as they have for us today. For this interesting to understand how former leaders handled the topic. Continue reading Enzo Ferrari & the Concept of Trust
As long organizations hire human employees, they require a human Ethics & Compliance officer.
“An open corporate culture, where employees feel free to discuss their different opinions, is an efficient protection against potential future shocks.” Continue reading The Evolution of Compliance
Auto racing is not only the ultimate test for the machine, but also for human behavior. Continue reading From Auto Racing to Behavioral Science
As Bill Gates knows: “Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can’t lose.” Vettel won today, and definitely there are lessons to be learnt from this, especially as he also experienced victory and defeat in the actual season. But to focus on Raikkonen, Enzo Ferrari once stated: “Bad luck does not exist.” Even if this statement can be softened, the core message stays relevant. In this example: If there had not been an inefficient process on Saturday, Räikkönen had been most likely in a safer position on Sunday, with this less vulnerable to factors, which had been outside his or the team’s control. Continue reading Business Excellence leads to Compliance
Industry 4.0 with the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence (including Machine and Deep Learning) started to interrupt today’s reality, including the way we conduct business. It was a pleasure to take a look into the new future and predict the coming changes. The book was not the destination, but the start of the journey, as I had the honor to discuss the different topics with acknowledged experts and receive priceless feedback. Continue reading ACCESS GRANTED – Tomorrow’s Business Ethics