Since their founding in 1988, they have been an independent and owner-managed company. They have continually developed and adapted the principles of systemic organizational development for their work. They anticipate future developments and necessary changes early on with their own research and incorporate these findings into their three business areas of Leadership Development, Culture Transformation and Change Management.
Their customer relationships are characterized by strong personal commitment and high responsibility. This is how they create the balancing act between top management compatibility and the interests of those affected. The combination of strategic, procedural and social skills lies in their corporate DNA. At the heart of their actions are always man and their principles - that is why they can also look back on a long tradition of successful change projects.
They help companies and organizations achieve their strategic goals and lead the necessary change processes. They enable executives to fill their roles. They shape culture through values, principles and attitude.
Consulting + change
They advise organizations consistently on the path of self-renewal. Self-organization as a systemic principle is part of a new leadership culture.
Training and coaching
They accompany organizations on their way to the "Learning Organization". They train and qualify people in their development and coach them in their decision-making.
New work + leadership
The complexity in the globalized world of work is increasing, and therefore the demands on all employees in a company. Digitization is today a reality with consequences in all areas of life and work. Adaptations in company structure, innovative practices and a new management culture are necessary.
Agility + complexity
They are constantly changing in a networked, no longer predictable world. Conventional work structures require much from few and not enough from all others. The model of future cooperation is self-organization. The success of leadership depends on the ability to create contexts, to respond appropriately to complex questions and new challenges.
They advise and accompany the introduction of dynamic and agile structures. They enable managers and employees to deal with complexity.See more