"BETTER TO GET A HEAD START THAN PLAY CATCH-UP LATER ON"
Faster, more agile, more complex: Digitalization demands a lot from employees. But how exactly can you convince 13,400 people that there is a lifetime of learning ahead? The answer to this question is provided by Mischa Kohler, Head of Learning and Development at Trumpf, the laser specialist from Ditzingen.
"WE HAVE TO BE PREPARED TO LOSE PEOPLE"
In most companies, older managers are coming head to head with young digital natives. It is not always an easy situation. How can HR departments support managers during the digital transformation? We talked to Andreas Grieger, Head of HR at Weidmüller, a specialist in electrical connection technology based in Detmold, Germany.
PLATFORM ECONOMY: CONNECTING MARKET PARTICIPANTS
Digital platforms are springing up everywhere in mechanical and plant engineering. They create the link between market participants online and they also create the infrastructural basis that enables business partners to interact with one another.
REGULATING THE FUTURE
"New Legislative Framework" - this abstract name for a not-so-new concept might be a solution to a huge problem of lawmaking in the digital age: How to regulate fast-moving technologies effectively without hampering innovation?
UNDERSTANDING LEIBNIZ'S THOUGHTS
The great polymath Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz noted his thoughts and ideas on countless pieces of scrap paper - an immeasurable wealth of knowledge as paperwork in the most literal sense. Using digital reconstruction, the Leibniz Puzzle project is set out to shed some light on his ideas.
WHO WAS LEIBNIZ?
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz was one of the most important philosophers and universal scholars of the late 17th and early 18th century. He was a German philosopher, mathematician, diplomat, historian and political advisor of the early Enlightenment. Leibniz was born in the summer of 1646 in Leipzig. He died in November 1716 in Hanover.
IMAGE PROCESSING MAKES VISIONS OF THE FUTURE POSSIBLE
Image processing increases quality, efficiency and safety in production in a sustainable manner. Practical applications illustrate the latest technical developments, trends and visions of the future of industrial image processing, also known as machine vision.