REVUE: Insights and outlooks for a changing world.
The existing order of organizations and societal institutions is under scrutiny. Novel, digital rules and a disruptive transformation put well-rehearsed routines and so far successful problem solving strategies under a strong pressure to change.
And what about us? We’re right in the middle. Marveling speechless at this global village, always on the jump back into a time that promised safety without restraints.
REVUE is a society magazine seeking new cultural methods and social innovations to help us meet the challenges of a digital world.
The magazine is working in and with an ever-growing international network of writers, journalists, artists, philosophers, designers, managers, Change Makers, scientists and entrepreneurs. People who have a serious interest in building a future worth living, together.
Welcome to the Next Society.
Who's behind the REVUE – Magazine for the Next Society?
Appreciates the situational potential of third places and surprising neighborhoods. As ethnologist & entrepreneur, he is especially curious about all ongoing renovation works in our society.
Travel lover, with a background in social innovation and a passion for making change happen. She is currently responsible for building a community of professionals collaborating towards a Next Society.
As designer, he encourages people and organizations to leave the beaten tracks and deal with the question how information technology could assist the birth of something new.
Reinhard Sprenger, Co-Editor
One of Germany's most renowned management experts. His books are among the classics of management literature: sharp-tongued, accurate and provocative.
Dirk Baecker, Co-Editor
Sociologist and professor of cultural theory and analysis at Zeppelin University. His work on the Next Society form the theoretical framework for the discourse of the REVUE.
Manouchehr Shamsrizi, Co-Editor
Member of several think tanks (including the beta-group DIE ZEIT foundation & the Yunus-Brainpool) and connects people - both online and offline.