Dr. Stefan Kaduk

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Dr. Stefan Kaduk stefan-kaduk-fotoDr. Stefan Kaduk is a management researcher and bestselling author.

Kaduk studied Business Administration at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich and works at the Institute for Development of Sustainable Organizations at the University of the Bundeswehr Munich and has together with the economist Dr. Dirk Osmetz and the Chair of International Management at the Bundeswehr University, Hans A. Wüthrich, initiated the pattern-breaker project. The goal is to develop and realize smarter ways of leadership in business.



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Digital & New Work {HR magazine}

Innovation Future Trends and New Patterns: More Innovative Than Google?

Many are familiar with the following example: Google requires its developers to allocate 20 percent of their working time as “creative time” not for the organization, but for the ... Read more

Digital & New Work {HR magazine}

Innovation Future trends and new patterns of thinking: the power of organization

Life has never been so “organized” as it is today. Organizations are the most formative systems of modern times, at least since the beginning of industrialization. Read more

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Innovation Future trends and new patterns of thinking: Organization prevents progress!

One thing must be clear to us: Without organization many things would not be possible today, which has become a self-evident thing. But it also prevents innovations. Read more