Values

  • There is just one economy and its principles were brought to us by Adam Smith, Joseph Schumpeter, Michael Porter, and Daniel Kahnemann.
  • Management is a job to be done.
  • Management skills have to be acquired by vast experience and life long learning.
  • Management tools were handed over to us by Peter F. Drucker, and Fredmund Malik.
  • Modern tools for an effective and efficient market positioning were brought to us by Clayton M. Christensen, Steve Blank, Eric Ries, and Alex Osterwalder.
  • “To measure is to know.”, Lord Kelvin told us.
  • “Genious is 10 % inspiration and 90 % transpiration”, taught us Thomas Edison.
  • “Standards such as honesty or keeping promises are one of the most important pillars of trust in market economies”, urges Ernst Fehr.
  • Economic growth has to serve also the less well-off, by avoiding zero-sum games.
  • If we are not sure about the moral implications of our economic and management decisions, we have to consult Emanuel Kant and John Rawls.