Local Agenda 21 Solothurn and its partner organisations (including the Solothurn Chamber of Commerce) organise the annual event «Business Apéro für Unternehmen mit Durchblick». In three papers and a short panel discussion, it was shown how SMEs can deal with the challenges of the shortage of skilled workers, education and the world of work 4.0. Dr. Daniel C. Schmid from the HWZ University of Applied Sciences in Business Administration, Zurich, spoke about analog and digital signals in companies.
Paolo Conte was affected by jazz when this style of music was banned by the fascist regime. This experience has shaped the Cantautore, who will perform at the Festival da Jazz on 28 July 2017 (original article in German, published in NZZ, 27 July 2017. Copyright photo: Matthias Heyde, www.festivaldajazz.ch).
Have you ever heard of Elliott Jaques? If you haven’t, don’t worry, because hardly anyone knows him. But for sure, you know the term «Midlife Crisis», don’t you? Guess now, who has coined the phrase? Bingo!
INPUT: The Initial Situation
Until a few years ago, learning processes were practically exclusively aimed at acquiring knowledge and skills through accumulation, especially in music, shown by great bands like Led Zeppelin. Knowledge was essentially based on an inductive experiential and personal reflection competence, as Goethe already knew in “Wilhelm Meister’s Lehrjahre”: Continue reading
Let’s jump into the Early Modern Times, the end of the late Middle Ages. In this time of change fall the discovery of the New World (1492), the gradual emergence of nation states or the appearance of new economic systems (e.g. banking in Italy, or the Fugger family in Germany). Around 1450, the Dutch Renaissance painter Hieronymus Bosch is born. Continue reading