The Mobility Revolution In The Automotive Industry

Author: Dr. Sebastian Wedeniwski
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3662477882
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The Internet of Things, cloud computing, connected vehicles, Big Data, analytics — what does this have to do with the automotive industry? This book provides information about the future of mobility trends resulting from digitisation, connectedness, personalisation and data insights. The automotive industry is on the verge of undergoing a fundamental transformation. Large, traditional companies in particular will have to adapt, develop new business models and implement flexibility with the aid of appropriate enterprise architectures. Transforming critical business competencies is the key concept. The vehicle of the digital future is already here — who will shape it?

Power Of Personal Mastery

Author: Rolf Arnold
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475836880
Size: 26.51 MB
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This book presents 29 rules on personal mastery. Each rule contains a number of tools, which aim to pave the access road to your own ego and your preferred reality constructs; in a journey of continual improvement towards becoming who you could be.

Leading In A Vuca World

Author: Jacobus Kok
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319988840
Size: 57.34 MB
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This open access book brings together works by specialists from different disciplines and continents to reflect on the nexus between leadership, spirituality and discernment, particularly with regard to a world that is increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA). The book spells out, first of all, what our VUCA world entails, and how it affects businesses, organizations, and societies as a whole. Secondly, the book develops new perspectives on the processes of leadership, spirituality, and discernment, particularly in this VUCA context. These perspectives are interdisciplinary in nature, and are informed by e.g. management studies, leadership theory, philosophy, and theology.

The Palgrave Handbook Of Managing Continuous Business Transformation

Author: Horst Ellermann
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137602287
Size: 79.47 MB
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This handbook provides a comprehensive and unparalleled reference point for studying continuous business transformation. Asserting that change will be the new normal and highlighting the fact that business transformation can never be complete, this important resource is a tool for coping with ongoing change in order to become and stay resilient, the predominant concern of executives across industries. Containing case study material to illustrate issues and solutions, The Palgrave Handbook of Managing Continuous Business Transformation takes an interdisciplinary approach weaving together strategic concepts with real-life experiences, connecting human resource issues with shifts in information technology and linking customers with the businesses from which they buy. Structured into four parts; transformational shifts, achieving customer centricity, dealing with new technology and leading the change, this handbook is crucial reading for academics, scholars and practitioners of business transformation.

The Silicon Valley Challenge

Author: Christoph Keese
Publisher: Verlagsgruppe Random House GmbH
ISBN: 3641209145
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An Insider Report from the Centre of the Digital Universe Silicon Valley shook the European economy to its core. American technology companies are the big winners of digitization. With the capacity to reach billions of people, they are aggressively making inroads into traditional industries. Digital Disruption poses a major threat to European industries such as: automotive, retail, logistics, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, banks, insurance companies and chemicals. No sector is spared from the onslaught of Silicon Valley - with dramatic consequences for workers in Europe. Who is behind Silicon Valley’s enormous success? How do the founders and investors think? Where does all the money come from? Why are their universities so successful? In short: How does Silicon Valley function? Christoph Keese, a Berlin-based author and top executive of Axel Springer, the highly digitalized publishing house, lived and worked in Silicon Valley for half a year on behalf of his company. He wrote an account of his experiences in this book. It is a gripping narrative written from the epicenter of the 21st Century: vivid, memorable and well-informed. His book has become a bestseller in Germany. It is now available in English for the first time.