At a time of constantly increasing pressure of competition on markets for goods and services as well as on the labor market, investments in knowledge are more rewarding than ever before. The galloping rate of growth in human knowledge, however, is confronting potential investors with a significant challenge. The careful selection and targeted communication of content are accordingly becoming increasingly important as key factors for the return on and maintaining the value of today’s investments in knowledge. Peter Drucker, the man who invented management, underlined the importance of effective content selection with the following clear statement: “Mental work can only have useful effects if it is focussed on the right things.” In other words, the high-grade and targeted communication of knowledge is only possible in the practical context.
With its extensive range of seminars on current questions of management, leadership, communication and personal development, the MCI is again mentoring the motivated as they address their complex professional challenges. With seminars lasting between one and five days, integrated case studies, additional coaching sessions, and workshop-style teaching, MCI offers professional decision-makers at all levels of management efficient opportunities to acquire individually tailored competences and to reflect on their own work.