The puzzle is laid out…

The COHU participants met for the second time at the Radisson Blu Royal in Kamppi, Helsinki on 5 April. In this second dialogue, we wanted to dig deeper and look for a joint denominator in the problems the companies were facing. We got rid of tables, sat close to one another in a circle and let our ideas fly.

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Dialogue as a bridge between science and business

The first person to introduce dialogue as a method was Plato. The word “dialogue” comes from ancient Greek where “dia” means “through” and “logos” means speech and reason: through speech. In the 20th century, many philosophers and researchers developed the theory of dialogue forward; many guide books were published, and dialogue also gained ground as a method for leadership. Continue reading