Steve Beeston of the engineering and consulting firm Wood shares his experiences about the challenges of a crisis.
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Every company wants not only to endure a crisis but to rise out of it stronger than before; in other words, to be resilient. The question is, how do they get there? What does ‘ambidexterity’ mean in this context? And what is the impact of the so-called ‘bounce forward’ effect? As part of her research work, innovation expert Marion A Weissenberger-Eibl searches for the answers.
ith its three modernized seaports in Dar es Salaam, Tanga and Mtwara, Tanzania wants to reinforce its role as a major trade center in East Africa. To support this effort, Endress+Hauser is supplying advanced measurement technology – an extraordinary project that turned into a real challenge under pandemic conditions.
Endress+Hauser had to keep its eye on regional lockdowns during the pandemic. Measurement instruments were warehoused – and automatically delivered to customers once they were able to accept deliveries again. Text: Christine BöhringerIllustration: 3st In the spring of 2020, most…
For years, Endress+Hauser has been accelerating the pace of digitalization. This is now helping customers transcend borders and simplify their daily activities. Here are three examples.
The life sciences industry, viewed as the great hope for the future, is being counted on to conquer the pandemic with vaccines.
Story about Pranabesh Das who embarked on a journey of 1,800 kilometers and 24 days of quarantine in the middle of a hard lockdown for customer service.
Again, we are asking in our pandemic series the three big questions: What lies ahead, what will disappear and what will stay? We’ll continue with vacations at home, digital schooling, dress codes, locomotion in the crisis, and DIY.
The pandemic has a thousand faces. It changes how we meet each other, how we travel, how we learn and how we dress. Time to take stock and ask: what lies ahead, what will disappear and what will stay?