We want to develop competencies, not only impart knowledge. How we teach... First and foremost, we want to develop competencies, not just impart knowledge and facts. The business education program at the University of St.Gallen makes a significant contribution to this. Currently, there is a danger that teachers increasingly move in parallel worlds: On the one hand, to their students who are on the Internet and learn informally with Google, Wikipedia and Youtube. On the other hand, also to the economy in vocational schools, where the organizational logic of staff development is changing dramatically. Teachers and those responsible for education are challenged to further develop their "digital competencies" - this means not only dealing with the questions, "What digital tools do I want to use in my lessons?" or "What subject content on digitization do I want to "teach"?". Much more fundamental discourses need to be conducted, such as on the question "How do we want to organize learning to prepare learners for a dynamic world or to take them along on the journey of continuous change?" We no longer view teacher education and professional development as strictly separate entities. We are moved and interested in new ways of providing flexible educational opportunities across educational levels, thereby also cultivating and shaping a culture of mutual learning.