New Technologien and Trends

In addition to our everyday lives, new technologies are also changing business models and products.

Whoever wants to survive in the future must know these new possibilities, because disruptive innovations usually replace mature old principles with completely different methods.

To be ready for the future, you need to know the most ‘dangerous’ of these technologies – and their potential for exponential development. In addition, an understanding of innovation, disruption and the ‘job to be done’ is necessary, along with Elon Musk’s ‘First Principles’ and strategic considerations.

This training can be booked in different variants both online and on-site and individually for your own teams in your company! E.g. as a 1-day or 2-day training with different numbers of treated technologies.

Next Meetings: 

  • 17.12.2020 – Open 1-Tages-Online-Training for mixed participants – € 365.- p.P. plus VAT
  • 27.01.2021 – Open 1-Tages-Online-Training for mixed participants – € 365.- p.P. plus VAT

Please contact us for further details and dates:

What is innovation and how does disruption arise?

The ‘Job to be Done’ and ‘First Principle Thinking

Overview of new technologies and cases

Trends in social development and SDGs

Your Benefit from this Workshop

In our workshop we will deal in detail with the following topics:

  • Understanding of disruption and exponential development
  • Fundamental questioning of existing procedures and techniques
  • Strategic considerations and models
  • Overview of new technologies and their possibilities
  • Trends and scenarios of the society of the future

Learning Achievements

Goal 1

Goal 2

Goal 3


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Philipp Gasteiger

Dipl.-Ing. Philipp Gasteiger is an innovation specialist at STI-Consulting in Munich and heads the innovation department of the consulting company. Before joining STI, he studied civil engineering at the Technical University of Munich and was a senior innovation facilitator at an innovation consultancy in Israel for four years and, from 1999, managed start-ups in the internet industry. In addition to his broad experience in the SIT method, he is also very familiar with methods such as Business Model Innovation, Scrum, Lean, Lean Start-Up, Six Sigma, Kaizen, Gamification and Design Thinking, which he can skillfully combine.

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