The global economy is entering a new era. Triggered by the crash in EU countries in financial, banking and debt sectors, Europe is turning into a driving force for re-orientation. At the same time, psychology is becoming an increasingly decisive factor in business. In his book, business psychologist and innovation consultant Winfried Neun gives an impressive description of the background to the previous and current global crisis. Based on his experience in consulting, he lists clear examples of why business psychological factors are largely responsible for the development of crises and of what we as entrepreneurs, employers and employees can learn from this. An encouraging and provoking book!
“Winfried Neun has succeeded in presenting a plausible and helpful description of how executives and companies can handle economic crises.”
Prof. Max Otte, crisis economist, best-selling author and independent fund manager
“A profound view of modern-day crises rather than a heavy-handed rant about the crash, Winfried Neun has managed yet again to create added value for managers.”
Frank Meyer, n-tv presenter
|Publisher:||Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden|
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2014|
|Product dimensions:||5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x (d)|
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Table of ContentsOne crisis does not yet denote a catastrophe, two crises denote a psychological challenge.- When events happen in quick succession: The (particular) dynamics of a crisis.- Stone age relics: How each one of us can handle a crisis.- The pioneer’s success: How companies can take advantage of a crisis.- Social market economy reloaded: What society and politics can learn from a crisis.- Living changes actively: Crisis prophylaxis for everyone.- The philosopher’s stone: crisis prophylaxis in companies.- No intelligent growth without risk: Crisis prophylaxis in society and politics.- How and where do we go from here?.