“Mutual enrichment is the best form of cooperation.”
As an engineer, I spent many years in technical consulting, managed international process management programs as a quality manager for environment and safety, and got to know the possibilities and limitations of management work in large corporate organizations from my own experience.
My analytical thinking is combined with the curiosity to recognize the emotional, living drive logic of an organization and to develop working concepts of action from this: “What are we doing and what is it good for?” is the question here.
In order to close the “effectiveness gap” between thinking, wanting and actually acting, consulting must focus on people and their potential, especially in times of advancing digitization.
Resilience takes the place of efficiency.
Fields of ActionProject Management
Closing the “effectiveness gap” with functioning action plans
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