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Björn Knothe, CEO of division one, on the importance of the competence for interlinked collaboration:

In a growingly globalized and interconnected world, the ability to work in an interlinked environment has, in our opinion, become a manager’s core competence. The trend toward employees, colleagues or managers who work partially or completely from home cannot be reversed...

Björn Knothe, CEO of division one, on the importance of the competence for interlinked collaboration:

In a growingly globalized and interconnected world, the ability to work in an interlinked environment has, in our opinion, become a manager’s core competence. The trend toward employees, colleagues or managers who work partially or completely from home cannot be reversed. This means that managers also need to integrate these colleagues into their management model. For several years, another trend has been to work predominantly in projects and project teams. Frequently, these project teams are spread across a number of international locations and are composed of several fields of expertise. Whereas personal meetings have been organized in the past, telephone or video conferences as well as the use of IT solutions have nowadays yielded a much higher efficiency. The competence for interlinked collaboration presupposes high communication skills and reliability from all participants.

Read the article here / only available in German (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Oliver Schmale)

 

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