Free copies of Endress+Hauser’s annual company magazine 'Changes' are now available on request from Endress+Hauser Australia's Sydney office.
Openness and transparency have affected a great deal in our world. In 'Changes' Endress+Hauser addresses the subject of openness and its affect on world politics, business and our personal philosophy on life.
Endress+Hauser Group CEO Klaus Endress explains why transparency and openness are essential for success and reveals their influence on Endress+Hauser’s decision making processes.
"Openness makes virtually everything run faster and smoother, transparency cuts costs", says Klaus Endress, Endress+Hauser’s CEO.
Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, sociologist Klaus M. Leisinger and other interesting personalities explore chances and risks of the principle of openness in the fields of economy, politics, information technology and ethics.
'Changes' explores how Spain was able to benefit from the opening of the country in the late 70’s on its way to the economical success and prosperity it enjoys today.
'Changes' also includes facts and figures on the Endress+Hauser Group’s achievements in 2007, information on the past financial year and an up-to-date assessment of the current situation.