Why entrepreneurial thinking, acting and communicating are important to me and how I deal with “Entrepreneurial Storytelling” in research-based teaching I tell about and reflect upon in the Lifelong Learning Blog of the PHZH.
This blog article is in German only! – The German title is: “Durch forschungsbasierte Lehre zum Entrepreneurial Storyteller werden”.
Is storytelling really dead? 2017 was supposed to be the year that storytelling died. An article on customer engagement trends published by Forbes in late 2016.
‘Less Storytelling, More Story-Doing’. (…) Paradigm Shift in Storytelling. What it means is that while storytelling is very much alive, the storyteller has changed. The brand no longer controls the narrative. Rather, it is the consumer of that narrative, your audience, who decides how the cookie crumbles. You present them with a frame and they fill in the blanks based on their own feelings and experiences. Story-Doing is the new Storytelling.
(Article by Sheran Mehra, Head – Group Strategic Marketing and Communications, DBS Bank, India.)
— read more www.adageindia.in/blogs-columnists/brand-storytelling-mastering-the-art-of-story-doing/articleshow/66074553.cms
ist entrepreneurial dwelling
of emergent communication
inviting people to get into relation
while raising their voices and exchanging only “true” thoughts
and thus invoking the abundance of nought.”
(Birgitta Borghoff, 24.10.2018)
I just came across this exciting article by Tim Raynor, which I like to share with you. The author stages Socrates as a social entrepreneur telling about the relevance of poetic truth.
In my eyes, the work of Socrates can be interpreted as a story that bears witness to a philosophical narrator and thus also to a kind of entrepreneurial storyteller, initiating change and societal transformation
“The story of Socrates is a kind of fiction. (…) It is a story that is recounted time and time again in undergraduate classrooms and introductory texts – the self-congratulatory tale of a simple man with a sharp mind and an aversion to nonsense, made all the more poignant for the fact that Socrates was condemned to die for his activities. (…) Socrates, like Christ, was a revolutionary of his time. Through his way of living and speaking to his fellow citizens, and through his constant quest to test the truth of the oracle’s statement and to settle the matter for himself, Socrates dealt hammer-blows to the cultural cement that had grounded Greek society for centuries. This is the story that I want to unearth. My aim is to bring Socrates down to earth, so to understand him, as he was, as an innovative thinker at war with his society and time.” (Tim Raynor)
Original source: Socrates as social entrepreneur: what is poetic truth?
“Like a captain on a stormy sea
entrepreneurial storytelling seeks along you and me
while constituting a voyage by supportive communication
getting ready for higher vibration
leading each other confidentially
being proud of our own potential(ly?).
Growing out of children’s shoes
the story goes and flows.”
(Birgitta Borghoff, 18 October 2018)
is like a courageous walk
to the core of your heart
being brave and smart
while your presence strike.”
(Birgitta Borghoff, 18.10.2018)
In the spring semester of 2018, I designed and implemented a first practical colloquium on the topic of “agile self-management and reflection in action” for the bachelor’s programme in communication at the ZHAW. In this context I also talked about “new work”. At that time one of my students completed a communication internship at the Swiss education magazine eduwo. She was very interested in the topic “new work” and asked me if I like to take part in a video interview on this megatrend and answer questions. As a bridge builder, researcher, entrepreneur and coach, I consider “new work” to be one of several central building blocks of Entrepreneurial Storytelling, so I spontaneously agreed. A good colleague and friend, Susanne Mosbacher, human resources expert and entrepreneur (www.mosbacher-hr.ch), is also involved. The result is the following video in German language.