About this working group:
The term innovation is on everyone’s lips these days – everything has to be innovative, whereas conservative and established processes are more and more becoming a thing of the past. Market leaders in all industries are placing more and more emphasis on more flexible work processes and methods. The world of work is increasingly changing and with it the way companies create value in the form of products and services for their customers. More and more often, the word innovation comes up in this context.
Innovation drives business and science. Which innovations do we need – and which do we not? And what drives us to keep coming up with new ideas? All innovations had a great influence on consumer society and society as a whole. Examples from history show that innovations are responsible for the fact that we can lead such a comfortable life today.
What is the aim of this working group?
We aim to discuss how education can form innovations and their chances and/or risks for all of us.Follow us: