Companies Need New Digital Culture – Today’s workplace is being transformed by new technologies, creating the need for an innovative, digitally focused company culture. Leaders must be equipped to drive this change and enable employees to successfully navigate digital transformation.
Connecting Theory to Practice – Creating a successful innovation culture requires both scientific research and practical experience. The LeadershipGarage brings together university researchers and business experts in order to study the success factors of the modern digital workplace.
Leadership Research, Garage Atmosphere – By capturing the innovative, agile atmosphere of start-up garages, the LeadershipGarage enables leaders to share and cultivate ideas together. Networking and knowledge sharing are key to preparing for new challenges.
Jumpstarting Companies’ Digital Future – The LeadershipGarage jumpstarts the future of companies by enabling leaders to empower their workforce and create a forward-thinking digital culture.
Thursday, Nov 16, 2017
Karsten Schmidt, the Head of Technology for the SAP Innovation Center, headlined a deep-dive into Data Driven HR as part of LeaderGarage’s Inside Silicon Valley Symposium.
Tuesday, Sep 19, 2017
The LeadershipGarage collaborated with Airbus’ Leadership University North America to study how Airbus executives immersed themselves in telepresence technologies with the…
Monday, Sep 18, 2017
Sabine Remdisch, head of the LeadershipGarage, was recently featured in AmCham Germany, with an article highlighting the importance of adopting the Silicon Valley mindset.
How well are people prepared for leadership tasks and work conditions in the digital world? The LeadershipGarage has built a self-assessment tool that leaders can use to reflect on the challenges of the digital world and benchmark their own digital preparedness.
How can leaders be most effective in a modern digitally connected work environment? To understand digital leadership best practices, the LeadershipGarage is asking leaders how they bring innovative technology and a people-oriented culture together.
What are the needs of people in networked interactions and remote collaborations? The LeadershipGarage is studying how leadership roles are distributed across networks, and how to achieve personal, emotional, and efficient communication over distances.
The LeadershipGarage studies real-world digital leadership and provides tools and solutions to leaders. Therefore, the research approach of the LeadershipGarage stresses collaboration with business and industry. The goal of this collaboration is co-creation in an innovation circle.
How can companies achieve innovation? What are the requirements for innovation, creativity, and digitalization? Are you familiar with „Ambidextrous Leadership“ and „Digital Collaboration“?
Want to learn more about digitalization first hand? Take part in the ‘Inside Silicon Valley’ experience!
Our multi-day seminar, centered around Stanford’s Silicon Valley campus, gives participants the chance to:
Find out more about our upcoming 2018 Inside Silicon Valley Symposium.