D. Weber

PAIRS Project

PAIRS Pro­jekt started

Impro­ved cri­sis manage­ment with data No need for „for­gi­ving“ and „jud­de­ring“ Last year, Jens Spahn spoke of the likeli­hood of having to ask for a lot of for­gi­ve­ness after the pan­de­mic. Shortly the­re­af­ter, he descri­bed the start of the vac­ci­na­tion cam­paign last Decem­ber as jud­de­ring. Two state­ments that pre­cisely sum­med up the dilemma of poli­tics, busi­ness and …

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When sup­ply chains no lon­ger work

When the con­tai­ner ship Ever Given got caught in a sand­s­torm on March 23 of this year and was sub­se­quently stuck across the Suez Canal, almost all world trade came to a standstill. Deli­ve­ries “just in time” became impos­si­ble at a stroke. But things were to get even worse for the eco­nomy: While pro­duc­tion stop­pa­ges in coun­tries with …

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Cri­sis as the norm

“The cri­sis is the norm” Tho­mas de Mai­zière Cri­sis situa­tions are beco­m­ing more fre­quent: finan­cial cri­sis, euro cri­sis, refu­gee cri­sis, Corona cri­sis, flood dis­as­ter, and the next cri­sis is already wai­t­ing. To improve cri­sis manage­ment, poli­ti­ci­ans are cal­ling for the estab­lish­ment of per­ma­nent cri­sis units so that decisi­ons can be made on a sound basis. But is …

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