This is the Newsletter of the Hamburg News Edition 49/2017
The development of innovative products, procedures and services is often based on research and is crucial to the future of our city, according to Mayor Olaf Scholz, and which he stressed in a keynote speech at the Übersee-Club. Annette Corves, Professor of International Business at HAW, noted: “Companies and institutions in Germany – and in Hamburg – must bundle their knowledge better, if they are to take a top position amid disruptive change.” Corves recently swopped the lecture hall for a term as interim manager at Google and recounts her interesting experience to Hamburg News.
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