SOLYP-Blog

At the end of April, strategy experts from diverse industries met up in Stuttgart, Germany, for the 18th Annual Strategic Management Conference. This year’s focus: future markets developing rapidly. SOLYP as a cooperation partner of the event participated with their own stand. We summarized the exciting talks for you in our follow-up report.

Grant’s and Sandberg’s Option B

Wednesday, 07. March 2018

In his latest book, “Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy”, the organizational psychologist Adam Grant discusses the topic resilience. Co-author is no one less than Facebook-COO Sheryl Sandberg, who after her husband’s unexpected death had to deal with the question: What can you do if option A – in this case sharing her life with her husband Dave – is no longer an option? The answer: Make the most of option B! Numerous personal stories in Sandberg’s and Grant’s book illustrate how this can be achieved. Moreover, these stories are underpinned by profound scientific findings.

Inspiring presentations, exciting future prospects and mulled wine for a good cause: It was already the sixth time for the SOLYP team to invite their customers’ SOLYP3 key users to the pre-Christmas-season in Nuremberg to say thank you for working together so well during the past twelve months. Besides fascinating presentations by our customers Giesecke+Devrient and OSRAM, a great deal of news about the latest SOLYP3 developments was awaiting the participants on December 7th and 8th, 2017. Thanks to the new two day event-setup there was enough time to talk to each other about more than the daily business and learn more about SOLYP.

We Wish you a Merry Christmas!

Thursday, 14. December 2017

The SOLYP team wishes all customers, business partners and newsletter subscribers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

The second part of our blog series presents Adam Grant's amazing insights is about finding ideas: In his book “Originals. How Non-Conformists Move the World” the US-American organizational psychologist asks how those ideas of our time, that are really original and successful, come into being in the first place. Therefore, Grant studies authentic "Originals": People, who don’t fit in and not only have great ideas, but first of all, who are also so bold to make them come true. In short: those who drive creativity and change are the ones, investors and employers should turn to. What habits do those Originals have? It’s actually just three vital points.