Haas ProjektConsulting’s newsletter, published at irregular intervals, can be ordered here (in German).
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A few special older newsletter:
«An intensive workshop, an experience in which, thanks to Roland Haas, a handful of radical, most promising prototypes emerged.»
Ralf Westerheide, Corporate Research and Technology
Hilti, Schaan (FL)
A new study I was part of shows how team performance and innovativity can be increased significantly by weekly nudges.
Where to apply the lever in innovation management in order to achieve more success? That's what we at "five i's" wanted to know and asked innovation experts: 153 experts responded, and their feedback was clear: Focusing resources on the most attractive projects - that's the main problem.
The Solution: Please read on (in German)
What does a sustainable economic model look like? That is what we wanted to know from the entrepreneur Rosmarie Michel. Her answer: If you want to be successful, you need to focus on more sustainability and less selfishness.
If you believe some representatives of the artificial intelligence and the robotics, then humans are soon only a obsolescent model. Of course, all innovation activities could then be completely automated.
I would like to present alternative two points of view and show why it may still needs us humans to provide innovative services.
Creativity is often demanded in today's entrepreneurial world. But how can creativity be assessed and measured? Find answers in my presentation.
My article “Everyone wants their projects to succeed but still they fail,” illuminates the various perspectives necessary for innovations to succeed. (in German)
Projects, especially those targeting innovation, all too often fail. While external factors may play a role, the reasons for unsatisfactory outcomes are often internal. Does everyone involved really want success, and do they agree on how success is measured? And when exactly can a project be considered successful? Our analysis shows…
Project teams often find themselves tied up in knots. They reach a point where they see little clarity and a lot of confusion. There are many possible next steps but which one is the right one? Well intended words of wisdom – "Ahh, now all you have to do is…." – in fact offer little help. The key is often to tap into your own well-founded inner knowledge, a trick that is easier said than done.
«The conceptual strength of Roland Haas, his ability to visualize problems and solutions and his perseverance and focus throughout the project enabled us to realize a successful product launch.»
Bernard Aschmann, former Technical Director
Buhler Die Casting, Uzwil, Switzerland
By the way...
If you are interessted in my earlier web sites, here they are:
- Website 2002-2010 (works well on desktops only, german only)