We are independent!
Our customers experience extraordinary commitment!
We are agile and adaptable!
What lies ahead?
Which environmental, market-related and societal trends and influencing factors can impact on us?
How can we envision the future?
Where are we headed?
What vision drives us forward?
What concrete goals do we aim to attain for our development?
What do we stand for?
What fundamental values set us apart?
Which mission are we committed to?
What is our value proposition?
What is it that makes us attractive to customers, members, users, employees, partners and stakeholders?
How do we shape the journey?
Which structures do we have to build, maintain and optimize to achieve our goals?
What value creation architecture helps us best engineer our business model?
How do we service our fields of activity: By assuming line or management responsibility, through classical projects or scrums, working groups or open circles?
How do we ensure that we are on the right track?
Which success drivers do we keep in our sights?
How do we express pivotal messages internally and externally?
How do we infuse the organization with the necessary energy?
How do we structure and manage the change process?
Innovation and future teams
Employee and customer circles
Business model canvas
Target agreement systems
Leading without goals
Continuous improvement processes
Total quality management
Critical Incident Technique (CIT)
Our customers of the last 3 years have headquarters in the following cities—we will gladly supply more information upon request.
Frankfurt am Main
Osterode am Harz
Seesen / Harz
All-rounders, specialists, out-of-the-box thinkers and unique individuals. People who know what they’re doing and are willing to put their finger in the wound.
(one of our mottos)
… and realizes that he’s lost. He starts his descent and notices a man on the ground. He lets the balloon drop lower and lower and shouts, “Excuse me, can you help me? I promised my friend to meet him an hour ago, but I don’t know where I am.” The man on the ground replies, “You’re in a hot air balloon! Your position is 40 degrees north latitude and 60 degrees west longitude.”
“You must be a consultant,” the hot air balloon pilot says.
“I am,” the man on the ground replies, “but how do you know?”
“Look,” the hot air balloon pilot says, “everything you said is factually and mathematically correct, but I don’t know how I can use your information and I still don’t know where I am.”
The consultant then says, “You must be a manager.” “I am,” the hot air balloon pilot replies, “but how did you arrive at that conclusion?”
“Look”, the consultant says, “You don’t know where you are or where you’re headed. You promised something you don’t know anything about and you expect me to get you out of your mess. In fact: You are in the exact same position you were in before we met, but somehow it’s all become my fault.”
… is standing out alone in the middle of a pasture, tending his flock. Out of nowhere, a brand new Jeep Cherokee pulls up in a huge cloud of dust and comes to a stop right next to the shepherd. The driver of the Jeep, a young man in Brioni suit, Cerrutti shoes, Ray-Ban sunglasses and YSL tie, gets out and asks the shepherd, “If I figure out exactly how many sheep you have in your flock, will you give me one?”
The shepherd looks at the young man, then at his peacefully grazing sheep and says calmly, “Alright.”
The young man parks the Jeep, connects his notebook to his satellite smartphone, accesses a NASA website via the Internet, scans the location with the help of his GPS satellite navigation system, opens a database and 60 Excel spreadsheets containing innumerable formulas. Finally, he prints out a 150-page report on a high-tech mini-printer, then turns to the shepherd and announces, “You have exactly 1,586 sheep.”
The shepherd says, “That’s correct, take your pick.”
The young man takes a sheep and loads it into the Jeep.
Then the shepherd says: “If I can tell you exactly what your business is, will you give me my sheep back?”
“Okay, why not” answers the young man.
“You are a consultant,” says the shepherd.
“This is correct,” says the yuppie, “How did you guess that?”
“Easy” answers the shepherd. “You turn up here although nobody called you. You want to be paid for the answer to a question I already knew the solution to. And you don’t know anything about my business because you took my dog.