The last few months have been quite eventful and full of surprises and new experiences. Slowly, companies are beginning to find their way back to normality and have gained a lot more experience than at the beginning of this year – as have we, of course. Today, MDI Solution Development Manager Dominik Etzl looks back on the period from March to the end of May 2020 and shows how he, as the person responsible for innovative solutions, has experienced the entry into a new reality and which lessons he takes with him into the future.
We’re all in the same boat right now: Concerns about the Coronavirus and it’s unpredictable upcoming challenges for us and the economy we live and work in, chaotic situations within organisations and this new home office „situation“.
If you’re also stuck in home office lately and remote working is surprising and quite new for you, we’re happy to share some quick tips helping you to be as productive as on your usual office seat.
What skills will become invaluable in the coming years as a result of digitalization? Which attitudes will lead to success? MDI CEO Gunther Fürstberger discusses in the following expert interview with the University of Applied Sciences St. Pölten how and in which direction HR experts should promote the management talents of tomorrow in order to make the future yours.
This article was originally published in German by the University of Applied Sciences St. Pölten (02/2020).
Today, together with Cathrin Leßlhumer, we will take a look behind the scenes of MDI Consulting. What is important in our digitalized world to successfully design management development measures? Are international projects more complex than national or regional ones? And what makes her laugh and gives her pleasure during her work? She answers these and other questions today and lets us immerse ourselves in her work as an MDI Consultant.
Another year full of new experiences and learning is coming to an end. Christmas is already waiting around the corner and we’re right in the middle of the (hopefully) most reflective and calmest time of the year. The smell of hot punch and roasted chestnuts fills the streets, in the evening wonderful lights are brightening the first Christmas trees and there probably isn’t anything cozier than getting yourself inspired surrounded by candlels, Christmas cookies and the soft shine of Christmas lights.
Today we brought 6 inspirational sources to read, listen to or watch with us for you to start into 2020 with fresh energy, power and inspiration. Let’s bring you as a leader further on your development journey!