Here are two recent illustrations I made for Wirtschaftswoche.
The first one is about cyber security. Even as companies become aware of cyber threats and employ increased security measures, there always stays an uncertainty, because they have to trust the companies that they hire to ensure the security, be it in the form of IT services or software like anti virus scanners, cloud or VPN services.
This is about CEOs and their successors. Studies show, that current CEOs often groom successors that are very similar to themselves to ensure their own legacy. The reasoning is, that shared life experiences lead to similar decision making. Studies show, however, that this is not the case. A new CEO that is similar to the old one often leads to diverging paths. A reason for that might be, that there is an incentive for new leaders to show strength by making bold decisions early in their tenure.
Art direction for both by Claudia Immig.