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Jonny 9 Reviews
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A little long ways, otherwise good

The place was well maintained and the members were friendly. The lady at the front desk was super nice. That's the way it should be everywhere.

Only the sometimes long paths between the tracks are suboptimal.

With Leisure Break 2 green fees for 1. What more could you want. Johannesthal personally liked me a little better.

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Ritchie 89 Reviews
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Super interesting

Played 26.08.2018 Very nice and competent reception!
Place in good condition despite the summer of the century! Tee off well - greens absolutely brilliant very loyal and difficult! Place is sporty would play here anytime again!

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Kuba1 1 Review
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This time good experiences

After I had a bad review after our last visit, I must say that we were pleasantly surprised at our visit again. A very handsome and friendly young man in the secretariat. There were no problems on the pitch. There was not much going on, but the encounters with the club members were friendly and polite. Despite heat and dryness the place was in good condition. Compliment the Greenkeeper.

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RastiD 3 Reviews
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Wow, brightly impressed

Because of the reviews I have given, I have not set anything special, but the place was still missing me and I wanted to play him.
Very friendly young man in the secretariat which helped us quickly and competently.
Driving range, solid straight and level range. Price for balls i.
Place: I have medium HCP. The place I felt as very sporty as it often goes up and down. At the beginning you sometimes do not know places where you should put the ball, that makes the matter with the first play more difficult. Partially very close with plenty of water. Really challenging.
It was a lot of fun for me and I would like to visit again.

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Kuba 1 Review
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No 5 cents more for green fees

Nor in any golf club I have experienced so unfriendly and unsympathetic members. We were a 4-Flight and really quickly go. Behind us are gradually single player and 2-Flights accumulated alternately. It was busy on the pitch and it is a mystery to me why not have formed 3 and 4-Flights among members. Obviously, the members can not stand each other. A total of 5 times we have had to play through, Nevertheless one has ever played in our heels. Only once we have about 2 minutes looking for a ball. Vituperation from behind were the result. Courtesy and kindness towards guests seem to be there foreign words. Conclusion: Never again will we do this to ourselves.

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mbiehal 5 Reviews
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10/31/16: A autumnal golden Golf Day

Been served today on 10/31/16 at 10:30 am Guests at the golf office by a very friendly staff. Do not throw any start time, golf ball at hole 1 in spiral. There was a lot going on. Start was relaxed.
A very nice, well-kept golf course with interesting fairways and views in the lovely scenery. It was a pity that some very loud leaf blowers were traveling. We made good progress, all very smoothly despite many 3s and 4s flights. Friendly Mitgolfer- and golfers go.
It was a lot of fun and joy. We will be back. Then a little drunk in the restaurant. been served Again good incl. friendly golf shop staff. Manfred Biehal
Digitization: The biggest challenge young leaders

A survey of young executives shows that the lack of expertise in digitization makes managers worry future. But even she must rethink.

Between trucks and buses rigid computer science students on their laptops. In a hall of the Hannover Messe they write code, design concepts, potter to presentations. A clock counts down the relentless hours. A total of nine programmers teams fought a few weeks ago at the IAA commercial vehicle show a contest for the best digital ideas about transport and logistics - at the invitation of Daimler. In such Hackathon, a mixed word of hacking and Marathon, developing new software.

Daimler has been using these competitions to attract digital talent, says Wilko Andreas Stark, who is responsible for the strategy of the automotive division at Daimler, "For candidates, we pay increasing attention that they can also be programmed."

An ability that apparently is rare among German graduates: In a recent survey by the consulting firm Boston Consulting Group, 56 percent of participants complain a lack of IT specialists. We surveyed members of the mastermind community, a group of about 300 young leaders from German companies. Even Daimler Manager Stark is one of them. In general, the mastermind rather have low confidence in the digital competence of your own company. On a scale of one (very poor) to five (very good), they evaluated the digital capabilities of their employer in section 3.3. Young professionals are the future even more skeptical: The ability to be even more successful in 2020, it rated a 3.0. Also because they doubt the company's IT infrastructure, says BCG partner Rainer Strack: "Many German companies are difficult to carry into the digital age."

Poll: What are the obstacles you see the digital transformation?

7 percent

A relatively small proportion, but at least seven percent of respondents cited a lack of financial incentives as a barrier to digitization.

32 percent

32 percent fear risks of cybercrime attacks.

59 percent

Slightly less, namely 59 percent of respondents see problems in a lack of infrastructure and IT equipment founded.

77 percent

77 percent of respondents see the lack of qualification of the employees and / or executives as an obstacle in the digital transformation.

77 percent

Just as many survey participants cited lack of understanding for digitization as an obstacle.

Lack of qualifications of employees and managers on the one hand, lack of openness to new technologies on the other hand - these are from the perspective of the respondents, the biggest hurdles for the digital transformation in companies. And because they are in this country is difficult find, recruit German companies increasingly abroad. For example, Daimler has digital centers in Silicon Valley, built in China or Israel. "As a global corporation, we are of course depend not only on Germany," says Stark. But with all the competition for young talents one should not neglect the permanent staff: "We have to take our people in the new age and delight for digitization."

Wasted potential

Then also sets Philipp Ulbrich: It holds for E. On the lookout for investment opportunities in startups that are driving the digitization of the energy company. "My employees must be able to quickly assess: Can operate a digital business model," says Ulbrich. The necessary expertise would bring with especially employees with industry experience.

With its in-house search for IT talent but Daimler and E. On are the exception rather than the rule. According to the BCG study this comes with many companies still too short: Only about half of executives surveyed indicated that even within the company for experts to look out for digitization. On the prowl for professionals outside the company on the other hand, almost no one omitted: 86 percent said recruiting external digital experts. From the perspective of BCG partner Strack businesses away with its focus on corporate foreign experts a lot of potential. "Anyone who believes that to overcome the digitization only with external talents, is wrong," he says. Companies would need in their workforce planning early identify gaps and train employees.

But not only professionals need to change, even the managers themselves. So stated, almost half of respondents said that the digital shift has already changed their work as executives strongly or very strongly. As positively perceive the young managers that digitization allows for more flexible hours and working locations. The downside of this development, however, they see that it is more difficult to manage employees.

The core competence of modern executives, respondents therefore see rather soft factors, openness to new technologies, for example, or flexibility in the team organization. Here managers can learn a lot of entrepreneurs, says E. On manager Ulbrich. "They manage to consistently think digital."

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Hexeonline 7 Reviews
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Ok

We played the course in September about Leisure Break. In the office we have been warmly welcomed. It was quite warm in the day and we walked across the square. A cart would have been better for a city man. The place is really just average. The condition was ok, but really spectacular tracks or Ausssichten has not the place. We played in the week 5 places in the region, as Pforzheim is unfortunately only on place 5. After the round we were still in the bistro. The food was good, but very attentive the service was not. we went to checkout Go Pay it no one came to the table. If we are again in the area, we would prefer other places. Nevertheless, thank you to the club, that we could play as guests there.

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gratisdrink 2 Reviews
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Never again!

We were accosted Club members viciously after being repeatedly played us in the hacking. We were a 4-seater flight and threes us following Club members. Cries of "putt finally" have for me a no-go on the court. I can the bad reputation of this golf club only understand and we will no longer play there with security.
The falling membership numbers and the red of the GC Karlshäuser Hof are obviously homemade and understandable!

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