Digitalization is one of the those topics that is dominating today’s world. The influences of digitalization on how we work today and in the future are diverse, complex and uncertain at the same time. “Work 4.0 – How East Westphalia will work in the future” is the title to which ScMI together with regional actors of the working world develop future scenarios.
Handicraft in industrial and residential construction is characterized by numerous external influences and is constantly changing. The major drivers of alternative developments can be pointed out in six scenarios.
The global mobility markets are undergoing a profound change which at the end also significantly influences the motorcycle market.
Szenarien als Landkarten der Zukunft
Scenarios as maps of the future

Scenarios as maps of the future – in one way or another scenarios can be better understood if many different futures are mapped together. Consequently, ScMI provided a “map room” during their icebreaker-session at the 2016 DTIM-Conference in order to introduce the Scenario-Management approach.

The economic forum of the ESB Business School was established in 1996 and is since than organized by ESB students. It offers public discussions on current topics in economics, politics and society. This year’s forum dealt with “The hunt for the forgotten continent – Africa on sale?“

NAMET stands for “North Africa, Middle East and Turkey” – a diverse geo-region which is characterized by a high level of complexity and uncertainty – but also of high dynamic and significant market opportunities.


Cities and municipalities are facing – not only, but also because of the strong influx - more diverse future questions: How will different outside influences develop?

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