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Diaconal perspectives for innovative strategies

  • cover sheet

  • Front page

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  • content

  • Preface

  • Shaping life - Christian. open. modern. Impulses and designs

  • Geo-biographical lines

  • Model of an innovative educational strategy and the "Goldene Kleeblatt"

  • The discovery of the three-point basis and the question: what is modern?

  • Christians are responsible for Europe

  • Angelus Novus

  • The courage to take a gap broadens the perspective. The delusional compulsion to perfection

  • Shaping life - with heart, mouth and hands

  • All diakonia starts from the altar. Spirituality as a cybernetic function

  • The art of small steps that lead to a big goal

  • Managers are responsible for an innovative strategy

  • Charisma and efficiency

  • Diakonia needs a new language

  • Society: a hell full of saviors?

  • All real life is an encounter

  • From the glow of transformation and the beauty of life

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  • Christian profile - an advantage in competition? A remarkably conservative view

  • The original myth

  • Advantage Church for Diakonie

  • Professionalism and denomination

  • Possible diaconal competitive advantages

  • Strategies in competition

  • Piety and relation to transcendence

  • Trust as capital

  • The Christian as a competitive advantage: yes and no.

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  • “All diakonia starts from the altar”!

  • 1. Diakonia as a basic dimension of Christian faith

  • 2. Diakonia and Church

  • 3. Three basic theological approaches to diakonia

  • 4. All diakonia starts from the altar

  • 5. Diakonia as an expression of Christian faith

  • Literature:

  • Spirituality, Leadership and Entrepreneurship

  • 1. On the topic

  • 2. The phenomenon of corporate spirituality

  • 3. Leadership in diaconal organizations

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  • Charity, freedom and care Ethical challenges of diakonia between autonomy and dependency 1

  • 1. Care and freedom - areas of tension in diakonia

  • 2. Communicative freedom

  • 3. Human dignity and autonomy

  • 4. Freedom, love and responsibility

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  • The Contribution of Orthodoxy to European Spirituality

  • 1. Introduction: The Foundations of Europe - On the Concept of the "Christian Occident"

  • 2. The proprium of orthodox spirituality as a partial aspect of European spirituality

  • 3. On the role of orthodoxy in society and Europe

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  • Diaconal corporate culture to develop new strategies

  • 1. What is “diaconal corporate culture”?

  • 2. On the strategic relevance of diaconal corporate culture

  • 3. Examples of the strategic importance of corporate culture

  • 4. Challenges of diaconal corporate culture in the development of new strategies

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  • Be competitive as an employer - employer branding in health and social care

  • 1. Introduction

  • 2. Define target groups and goals

  • 3. Develop employer brand and derive employer value proposition

  • 4. Profiling the employer brand through communication

  • 5. Control employer branding

  • 6. Conclusion

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  • Motivation and loyalty of employees through competent leadership

  • 1. Competent leadership is demography-oriented leadership

  • 2. Competent leadership is systemic leadership

  • 3. Competent leadership is serving leadership

  • 4. Conclusion: Executive development is a sustainable investment in the motivation and loyalty of employees

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  • Leading with values ​​- strengthening the diaconal profile in the workforce

  • 1. To the formulation of the topic

  • 2. Reasons for the endangerment of the value orientation and the diaconal profile

  • 3. What should be done?

  • 4. Special contribution from the Motherhouse Diakonia

  • 5. Conclusion

  • Volunteer vs. full-time? The dual management system as an alternative model for the organizational structure of social institutions

  • 1. Problem definition

  • 2. “Honorary office” and “remuneration”: only apparently incompatible?

  • 3. Different models of division of roles between full-time and honorary positions

  • 4. Criteria for the coexistence of full-time and honorary positions

  • 5. Outlook

  • Technical innovations to secure the future in the social and health market

  • 1. The future

  • 2. The time machine

  • 3. Megatrends

  • 4. Megatrends and technical innovations

  • 5. Evaluation and assessment of technical innovations

  • Health care, social innovation and social entrepreneurship or intrapreneurship: a consideration from a health economic point of view

  • Abstract

  • 1. Social innovations and social entrepreneurship: a socio-economic classification

  • 2. Recapitulation of social entrepreneurship in the context of entrepreneurship

  • 3. Social Entrepreneurship and Intrapreneurship in Healthcare?

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  • The increasing importance of impact reports in the social economy

  • 1. Social organizations are presumptuous

  • 1. Social organizations are blind to the effects, the stakeholders are not

  • 2. Social organization need an impact-oriented controlling

  • 4. Social organizations are peculiar

  • 5. The social return on investment of social organizations

  • 6. Conclusion

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  • Focus on finance: financing and investment strategies of diaconal companies to secure the long-term future

  • 1 Introduction

  • 2. Developments and challenges for diaconal companies

  • 3. Special credit institutions as partners of diakonia - using the EKK as an example

  • 4. Conclusion

  • Strategic opportunities for companies in the social and health sector in Bavaria and Franconia

  • 1. The health sector as a growth driver of the Bavarian economy

  • 2. The health sector in Bavaria

  • 3. Summary: Health is a hot topic in Bavaria and Franconia

  • The EU creates new opportunities for social investments by German companies in the social economy

  • 1. Investing in people

  • 2. The EU's social vision

  • 3. EU opportunities for the social economy

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  • Special partnership in the innovative, people-integrating project

  • Network and relationship management of diaconal companies with politics and public administration

  • 1 Introduction

  • 2. Beginnings and development of Diakonie Neuendettelsau

  • 3. Demographic change and social security

  • 4. Diakonie's contribution to social security

  • 5. Networking of politics, public administration and diakonia

  • 6. Summary

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  • From the motherhouse diakonia to the diaconal company.

  • 25 years of work by Rector Prof. Dr. h.c. Hermann Schoenauer for the Diakonie Neuendettelsau and for the Kaiserswerther Association of German Deaconess Mother Houses e.V.

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  • Who is taking the pictures? About the public perception of diakonia

  • 1. Where are images created?

  • 2. What should the pictures do?

  • 3. What should the pictures show?

  • 4. Again: where are images created?

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  • Diakonia and public awareness

  • Between self-optimization and normalization

  • Fear of asymmetrical relationships

  • Change through public relations

  • Diakonie: a token

  • The height of the fall or journalistic crisis reporting

  • Proximity and distance to the institution of the church

  • How the "brand" Diakonie is perceived by society

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  • Opportunities and risks for church hospital operators in a dynamically changing environment

  • From rectory to social entrepreneur

  • A market full of potential

  • Growth with a sense of proportion

  • The special opportunity of volunteering

  • Opportunity for medical quality

  • The productivity dilemma of the large hospitals

  • The strategy map of holistic care

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  • The private education market in the field of tension between socio-political and corporate responsibility

  • 1. The emergence of the private education market in Germany as a result of civil society

  • 2. Self-image and aspirations of private educational companies

  • 3. Private educational companies in the field of tension between entrepreneurship and socio-political responsibility

  • 4. Value orientation as a factor in entrepreneurial success in the education market

  • 5. Failure as an opportunity - a plea for an intelligent culture of failure

  • 6. Conclusion

  • Decentralization: Diaconal complex facilities for disabled people in transition

  • It is not the conversion of the old stock that is exciting, but the conversion of the company

  • The Noah Syndrome

  • Even bad has its good

  • The solution comes from within

  • At the beginning there is the hard work

  • Strategy is what you don't do

  • "Go out - play football!"

  • Nothing disappears without a trace. Hollow forms have long half-lives

  • It doesn't just have to be what's on it. Above all, it must be written on what is inside

  • Everything has it's time. Even what remains

  • Noah 2.0: from instrument maker to musician

  • Conversion: you have to have a little luck

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  • Entrepreneurial responses to demographic trends

  • introduction

  • The demographic development in Munich, Bavaria and the Federal Republic of Germany

  • Challenges in the course of demographic development

  • The Plegemarkt in Munich

  • Open up new markets

  • Outpatient before inpatient

  • Conclusion and outlook

  • City and social economy: strategic cooperation for local supply

  • From the Reformation to the Social Security Code: Basics of Cooperation

  • Strong partnership - strong structures

  • Integrated action for solidarity urban society

  • Strategic cooperation for demographically appropriate neighborhood development

  • Conclusion

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  • Social economy companies: necessary partners for quality of life in the city

  • 1. Social economy companies as an economic factor

  • 2. Economic importance for the region

  • 3. The quality of life of customers

  • 4. Education and training

  • 5. Social economy in Fürth

  • 6. Summary

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