Interview with Prof. Peter Kruse

In our SCOPE interview series Lutz Berger and I had the opportunity to talk to Prof. Peter Kruse, nextpractice, in Bremen. Peter Kruse worked for over 15 years at several German universities in the field of brain research. His main topics have been the processing of complexity and the autonomous order formation in intelligent networks.

The main emphasis of his practical work as a business consultant is the application of self-organisation concepts to change processes. Peter Kruse works for various companies and institutions, e.g. in retail, financial services, media, industry and politics. Many of the top 100 German companies are among his clients.

Our interview topic was: learning and working in times of constant change. The interview is in german!

The Future of Corporate Learning

As Co-host of SCOPE_08 – The Future of Learning Conference I interviewed Stephen Downes a Canadian expert in the field of online learning. Stephen studied philosophy and became a senior researcher at the National Research Council, Moncton, Canada, in November, 2001. He is pretty well known all over the world for his publications regarding elearning 2.0 and his daily news letter OLDaily – short for Online Learning Daily.