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Digitalisation: Curse or Blessing?
Definitely an immense challenge!

In the era of digitalisation, from big data, virtualization, industry 4.0 you can hear a lot of euphoric comments about the infinite possibilities of the new technologies. At the same time, however, voices are becoming louder, that draw attention to the risks and dangers of the “Beautiful New World”.
We support you in exploring the possibilities of digitalisation, and to use it for your company. In the same way, we also look at the potential risks and develop solutions for the effective use of the possibilities. We support you and your managers in understanding the requirements of the “NewWork” and applying them successfully in practice. We use our extensive network of experts from various disciplines (eg IT, project development, finance, organization development, change management, marketing and HR) to consider the complex questions not only from a perspective, but also to provide adequate solutions for your challenges.

Here are some examples from our portfolio:


A digital transformation is based on 3 main pillars: new technologies, organisation into platforms and soft skills. Collaborative, decentralised and coordinated methods provide a reference model. Experimentation is a key part of any transformation. However, soft skills are not evolving quickly enough to keep pace with breakthroughs in technology and developments at an organisational level.
The priorities are to define the digital project and its impact on the business model, to adapt the organisation, to experiment and to define any management issues.
We believe that a successful digital transformation is predicated on experimentation and having sufficient room for error, so as to be able to manage the inertia.

Disruptive changes

The complexity of the environment, the development of business models, the sudden emergence of competitors, crisis management and the need for innovation all require the implementation of disruptive transformational models.
Have you correctly anticipated the consequences – how to engage your co-workers, what developments are taking place in the operating model, how to reassess the company’s momentum? Good anticipation of the consequences of implementing disruptive methods facilitates the best possible performance.
Implementing disruptive techniques requires close collaboration between the company and its consultants. The latter is able to bring working methods, experience and coaching to the table all at the same time.

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