In the last few weeks I have made use of the time to work up some of the things I have not got around to in the past. For example, the big mountain of trade journals that has been accumulating. Looking through and reading the magazines – some of which were several years old – it was fascinating to see how long we have been thinking that we are in a recession. But today we can see that until 2020, there was no need to worry…
What I also found interesting was how often my assessment of possible future scenarios was correct. No, I do not have a crystal ball, but I am a person who looks at every situation from different angles and is not afraid to take perspectives that seem completely absurd. That is exactly what brings me to ideas or insights that I would not find in the usual ways.
Why do I say this? Because from now on I am available as a certified supervisory board member. With my various qualifications I would like to support companies in making the right decisions today for a successful tomorrow.
Many people are comparing the situation after the Corona crisis with the time after the Second World War. This is true in so far as we had to rebuild a lot back then. Perhaps it is also true that most people had to face up to reality the hard way. At that time, too, the crisis affected the whole world. It would be great if the German economic miracle could repeat itself. But what made us special back then? Optimism, capital support and initiative, for example. Everyone tackled the situation as best they could, whether they were trained for it or not.
Even if, after Corona, no buildings actually lie in ruins, the economy will have suffered a great deal. So it is a matter of sticking together to rebuild everything together – but in accordance with the 21st century. New business models will emerge, as will new structures and new ways of working. As we have now seen that digital working is possible on a much wider scale than we thought, we can use other working time models.
If you would like to make use of the entire range of new possibilities and are looking for support: Just give me a sign!
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