This blog series deals with the redesign and realignment of learning and personal development in corporate context. For this, I connect the aspects human health, learner centrism, and continuous development to one holistic approach, called Holistic Learning Approach (HLA). With this approach, I want to encourage, motivate and inspire you to understand people and their learning as a whole. In part 1 of this blog series I described my motivation for this topic and presented my previous (learning) journey. In this part, I explain the HLA and its components in more detail.
It is the first Wednesday of November, a special day because today is our team lunch. Recently I have been working on a project to introduce an enterprise content management system to manage plant-specific documents. A multitude of installation, configuration and implementation tasks have to be done.
Changes always seem frightening in the first moment. What will the new bring? Will I be able to deal with it? Is it just as good as the old? New things gives you the chance to bring something even better to light – something that we often don’t take into consideration at the beginning.
In this blog post I would like to express my personal experiences about Captiva from OpenText. It happens very often that neither users nor IT specialists know exactly what is behind this “software tool”.
I have also heard the sentence “It’s just scanning” more often and exactly for this reason, it is time to illuminate the mystery Captiva Capture. In simple words I try in this article to tell something about the software itself and about the daily tasks and problems. Maybe it is then comprehensible, why I find this area with the activities connected with it insanely exciting and that thereby more hides itself, than only scanning.
In the regulated life sciences environment, the management of controlled documents such as SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures), procedural instructions or work instructions is of great importance. Change management processes ensure that these documents are properly reviewed, approved, trained, distributed and, if necessary, overruled. In addition to well-known use cases within change management, there are special cases that are designed differently from company to company.
One of these applications is so-called Redlining .
E-learning and digital learning have long been common terms in the business world. But how can learning and personal development in a corporate context be shaped in the digital age? Can anything of the agile principles be adopted here and can a form of agile learning be created in this way? Gain insight and valuable tips on how your health influences your learning, how learning can be shaped when the learner himself is at the center and how the company can influence the further development and innovative power of its employees through its learning and leadership culture. In this blog series, I present my ideas and would be happy to start a fruitful exchange with you.
When we talk about the concept of digitalization, we usually think of the transformation into a new, digital age. One might think that these developments are mainly determined by new technologies such as Big Data, Cloud Computing, Blockchain or the Internet of Things. It is easy to overlook the fact that digitalization is also the age of startup companies! read more
Being responsible for Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and topics of 3D visualization at fme, I would like to share an update with you on our activities in the field of Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR), which recently have been on everyone’s lips considering buzzwords such as digitalization, IoT and Industry 4.0.
In short: fme makes it possible – beyond the > fme Academy – to easily integrate exciting further training formats into everyday working life. In this blog post you can find out what experiences I have had with the > Udacity – Data Analyst NanoDegree and how extensive further training can be integrated into everyday work at fme.
But now more concretely:
…my name is Tobias Stein and I have been working at fme AG for more than 2 years as assistant to the board of directors. One of my tasks is the preparation and analysis of the fme key figures and their visualization for the management.
My name is Simon and who doesn’t know me yet – I am the new working student in marketing at fme.
Now it’s almost Christmas and our Rooftop-Party a while ago, but I want to tell you how it all started in August this year and how I felt when I joined fme.
I’m studying Media Management in the 3rd semester at Ostfalia in Salzgitter. As a flat of my own, tuition fees and the things of everyday student life unfortunately cost a lot of money, it was now time to look for a job as a working student. After a very nice and apparently successful job interview in marketing, I got an acceptance for the job on 16.07.2018. Overjoyed I told of course my family and friends that I now belong to the working population as well.