SOLYP-Blog

Digital Leadership – Classic Orchestra and Jazz Combo under One Roof

on May 29, 2019

A guest article by Prof. Dr. Thorn Kring
 

Leadership within the digital transformation is multi-facetted. The claim for a more agile mindset of leaders is frequently uttered – and often even justly. The Great Man at the point of mostly hierarchical leadership systems is to be replaced by leaders who understand themselves as system architects keeping upstage and empowering employees with a corporate mindset by strengthening relationships.

The first hundred days: a successful start at the (first) promotion

on April 25, 2019

A guest article by Prof. Dr. Roman Stöger
 

Success or failure is decided primarily at the beginning of a new job: This applies to career starters, a change to another company and promotion to management positions. Interestingly, almost no one is systematically prepared for this.

Data-based decision-making: tips for managers

on April 04, 2019

A guest article by Dominic Lindner
 

The hype around data is growing day by day and companies are exploring the potential of this data. From autonomous cars, engineering forecasts and chatbots in customer service, data can change entire industries. A potential is also to take decision based on data in the management. Data can provide Managers important decision-making fundamentals.

Essential Leadership Competencies in the Age of AI

on March 22, 2019

A guest article by Milon Gupta
 

As Artificial Intelligence is used more frequently, it has changed our working environment. How these changes happen is an open, designable process characterized by high dynamics as well as opportunities and risks. The only thing that‘s clear is that no organization will be able to ignore Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the long run without detriment to itself.

Manager vs Machine: Essential Skills In Times of AI

on January 30, 2019

In the past years, technology has made huge progress in the field of AI – learning software puts more and more work processes and business models under scrutiny. But in general, digital change also affects the way leadership works. Old leadership dogmas and practices are more and more under pressure to prove their legitimacy and have to be adapted to a highly dynamic environment. 

Trend Monitor 2019: Faster, Higher, Further

on January 16, 2019

The last years have shown how fast technology trends can emerge and sink into oblivion again. Experts say that 2019 could be the fastest year ever. Raise the curtain: We present our three most promising technology trends for 2019!

7th SOLYP Key User Circle in Nuremberg: our Review

on December 21, 2018

Getting together, reminiscing about the past year and gathering inspiration for the twelve months to come. SOLYP used the opportunity provided by the pre-Christmas time to invite their clients to Nuremberg to say thank you for the successful cooperation in 2018.

Digital Leadership and New Roles: System-Architects and Relationship-Champions

on December 03, 2018

A guest article by Prof. Dr. Thorn Kring
 

Digitization drives companies into change processes: Business models are constantly changing, strategies get adapted, new digital solutions and new service offerings evolve. Project structures overrule functional organizational hierarchies and agile methodologies change the way we work together within our teams.

Is Your Team Fit for the Future?

on November 19, 2018

A guest article by Christiana Scholz

To produce innovations on a regular basis has become absolutely essential for most enterprises, so they can strive on the market or even survive. Future-oriented organizations therefore need staff who react to special customer demands the quickest possible way as well as on their own responsibility and is able to act foresightfully and creatively, i. e. competently.

"To Ashes, to Dust ...": The Old Strategy Approach Gives Way to a New Understanding

on November 14, 2018

A guest article by Ronald Herse
 

Market volatility, growth, disruption, digitization, shareholder value... our current environment is characterized by constant change and ever higher speed. It has never been easy to develop working strategies and implement them with the desired results. Of course, while respecting resources, budgets and time frame.

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