05/11/2015

Why the Transcultural Caravan?

Globalisation cannot succeed without the willingness and ability of people and organisations to cooperate. It is thus also dependent on moral resources for which a shared emotional and cognitive foundation must exist. Transculturalism represents the idea that there are perceptions and ideas of moral values and principles, such as humanitarianism, justice or fairness that are…

  • Transcultural Leadership Summit 2018

    The TLS is a student-organized event led by Prof Dr Josef Wieland, that takes place for the third time on the 8th and 9th of November 2018. The Summit aims to answer questions of transcultural leadership and cooperation in the context of global value creation – in 2018 with a focus on the emerging country…

    11/08/2018
  • Past: Field Trip to Hong Kong

    From the 7th till the 14th of January 2018 our Transcultural Research Group “Transculturality or Hybridity? The Case of Hong Kong” went on a field trip to Hong Kong, where the group had the opportunity to learn first hand about their fields of interest in Hong Kong via field study and observation, meetings with local…

    01/07/2018
  • Past: Discovering Interdisciplinarity – Transcultural Research Group Symposium

    This Fall Semester, an international group of seven students kicked-off a Transcultural Research Group (TRG) on “Transculturality or Hybridity? The Case of Hong Kong”. This TRG combines not only these seven students but also the perspectives of six countries, five disciplines and four Zeppelin University study programs. It therefore serves as an excellent example of…

    11/08/2017

The Transcultural Caravan is initiated and executed by

LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE INSTITUTE ZEPPELIN | LEIZ

The LEIZ is kindly sponsored by

KARL SCHLECHT PUBLIC BENEFIT FOUNDATION | KSG

»There can be no culture except where there is some consensus. Consensus is a matter of understanding. It is transmitted through communication, through example and through participation in a common life.«

Robert Ezra Park, est. early 1920s