Crisis-driven innovation

Efficient adaptation in and beyond the crisis

The manifold measures taken in our global fight against COVID-19 represent a turning point in recent history and the extent to which these measures affect the ways we live, work and play will likely have lasting effects on our society. At the same time, many firms are confronted with scarce financial resources after tough economic times. Hence, what is needed is a game change plan for efficient adaptation to a ´new normal´.
Download the paper and find out more about a game plan for a ‘new normal’.


Digitization in the energy industry

With the help of Digital@EVU, energy suppliers can determine their level of digitalization, compare themselves with other companies and take concrete measures by identifying the potential for improvement. The central finding of this year’s study is that, from the perspective of companies, digital change is now having a significant impact on social activity and is a central pillar of corporate strategies. 44 percent of the energy suppliers have already developed a digitalization strategy, another 33 percent are still in the process of doing so.
This study was developed in partnership with Kearney, BDEW, VSE and Oesterreichs Energie. The generation of individual feedback reports for study participants was supported by SlideFab.
Download the file to find out more about the exciting trends and opportunities for the energy industry (German).

Highspeed @ Homeoffice

Experts interviewed by Dr. Nils Dülfer

The lockdown caused an unexpected speed in digitization. This fact is also challenging for tele- and network providers. Nils Dülfer spoke about the impact of innovations in this context with Elke Anderl and Stefan Groß, General Managers at Telekom Service (German).