Granted: Something is going on in Silicon Valley and something is emanating from there. Something that is not insignificant and influences all our lives in one way or another.
But: Does it have to stay that way? Aren't we the land of poets and thinkers and full of innovative power?
Our approach is:
"We can also develop something of our own on this basis"
To wit: In which we combine our collective disposition with more expansive thinking.
Since 1996, we have been engaged in basic research on these topics. Also with the related work of Stanford University - the origin of Silicon Valley. Over the last 20 years, something special has matured from this, which we now make available to everyone - who has recognised the necessary "rethinking". Not entirely altruistically, of course, because we want to continue to invest in our ambitious development.
To this end, we are organizing an exclusive online event on April 24 entitled
"Mindful" NEURON BRAIN HACKING
How we use our collective disposition as a nation of poets and thinkers - combined with more expansive thinking - to be more innovative
Further information, the agenda, the exact time and the possibility to register can be found at here in our academy "
Right here now register for free "
In addition, reference should be made here to Christoph Keese, whose bestseller "Silicon Valley: What's in store for us from the most powerful valley in the world" triggered a process of awakening in the German economy, research and industry, which has since been holding a rendezvous in Silicon Valley. But not everyone gets this access.
His follow-up work "Silicon Germany: How we are creating the digital transformation" already provides a wealth of thought-provoking approaches and blueprints for changed actions.
Going beyond that, we are able to provide the blueprints for successful brainstorming, etc., or to facilitate them on their own - with a certain learning curve.
It is now time to rethink and start ... we are available for a conversation and queries at almost any time:
Phone +49 40 468 712-37