The climate protection fallacy

CO₂ is not the main problem. Panic decisions cause a lot of damage. If we took nature's cycles as a model, CO₂ would no longer be an issue. There is no doubt that we are experiencing climate change. For us, this is new. Not for our planet. Likewise, one global challenge and crisis follows the next. Upheavals bring politics to its limits. Many people believe radical ideas are now needed to turn the tide. Otherwise, the world would end. But to decide almost everything in panic and emergency mode is neither appropriate nor sensible, on the contrary.

Europe’s failure to deal with failure

You learn very little or even nothing from winning. The act of failing, however, can lead to great wisdom. Failures are like tree leaves falling to the ground.

Criticism? It’s the dose that makes the poison

It’s the dose that makes the poison. - A diet of criticism according to a 99:1 rule against the downside of the information age

Interview for Confare - Digitalisation: a human affair

An in-depth interview with Reinhold M. Karner on challenges and an assessment of various trends regarding digitalisation, such as metaverse, artificial intelligence, algorithms, blockchain, Web3 and other tips for CIOs and CDOs.

A humanitarian operation that would checkmate Putin

The Russian attack on Ukraine is not a classic war but borders on genocide. But there is one thing that could end it. Therefore, it would be helpful to reflect on whether our aid to Ukraine in terms of material war support is sufficient or, more precisely, purposeful. Is it enough just to provide weapons, ammunition, and money? Perhaps it is time to organize an unprecedented humanitarian operation.

Pessimism never won any battle

Escaping the vicious circle of negative thinking

The new zeitgeist: Restoring the global order

Recognizing the spirit of the times is elementary, because those who use the flywheel of the zeitgeist - always an essential aspect of the mechanisms for sustainable success - are naturally more successful.