What SME can Learn From the New Capgemini IT Trends Study

Capgemini recently published the results of their newest study: Studie IT-Trends 2018 [in German]. For this study, they interviewed 121 CIOs (or people at a similar level) from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The majority of the participants’ companies have an annual revenue of at least 500 million euros.   According to the Institut für Mittelstandsforschung Bonn, […]

We’ll Be There –  Events Q4 –  2019

  Just like you, we also continually keep learning. In the fourth quarter of this year you will find us for example as participants at the PMO Symposium® 2018 in Washington, D.C. and also attending the lecture „Natürlich erfolgreich: Evolution anpassungsfähiger Unternehmen“ [in German] by the association Manufaktur für Führungskultur im Mittelstand e.V. in Villingen-Schwenningen.   Are you also attending […]

Digitization Projects & Project Management 

What does digitization have to do with entrepreneurial and social skills? More than you would think. That’s at least the conclusion Dr. Matthias Eberspächer reaches after having conversations with experts the results of which he describes in one of his newest articles.   In order to read the original article, please click here: Braucht die digitale […]

Review – PM Camp Zürich 2017

The PM Camp Zürich 2017 just happened. There were a lot of exciting sessions and discussions. As an echo of this year’s PM Camps, you can find the beautiful pictures taken by Raisa Durandi on Flickr – find out for yourself. The session documentation can be accessed on the openPM-Wiki. You can already see some of the sessions […]

A Masters in Project Management – Is It Worth It?

A Masters? – Yes/No? Stefan Hagen is currently investigating this question on his blog – PM-Blog.com.   I would like to provide my opinion about this as well… I think that further training in principle is always worth it. That is especially true in the fast-paced times we live in today. To what extent a […]