Can misfits enable a better economy?

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Man proposes, God disposes I spontaneously think of a handful of recent situations where this idiom applies. We spent a week vacation at the Baltic Sea and my son injures his ankle at the beginning of the week during a round of football in the garden. The insurance card is of course at home in Bamberg. “Shit happens!” Luckily, I manage to welcome these surprises more often and see the… Read More »Can misfits enable a better economy?


I don’t have time for this…

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Hello, you, I’m over here! Helloooooo! Yes, I mean you… Still can’t you see me? Well, it wouldn’t be the first time. Most people don’t see me. And that since I’m so tall and I’m standing in the room with you. Some people see me too. But they act like they don’t see me. Some people look the other way. Maybe it’s my size? Or the wrinkled grey skin? But… Read More »I don’t have time for this…


I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.

Recently I stumbled across the blog parade of the Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen on the topic of innovation. I’ve been thinking about it for some time and that was the perfect trigger to put it on paper. In this article I present three innovations that have had a lasting influence on our society and have become an integral part of our lives today. But even more exciting are the stories of… Read More »I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.


Letter from the year 2025

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Sladjan Lazic, the career boss, asks in his current blog parade “How do you want to work in the future?” I spontaneously remembered my letter from the future, which I wrote to myself recently during the email challenge. I have expanded and reformulated the letter a little. Now it describes how I see work in the future, but also my very personal vision. Letter from the year 2025 Dear… Read More »Letter from the year 2025