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Holistic change management

The Challenge

The pressure for change in companies (changing market requirements, competitive pressure) has never been greater. Additionally, there is the increasingly significant culture clash due to different ways of thinking (generation and value clashes, agile ways of working clash with traditional structures).

The world of preserving and traditional thinking clashes with the modern and disruptive thought structure, where only the future counts. Future-proof changes for the core business no longer make progress or are even blocked. Many decision-makers are therefore asking themselves how the necessary technological, organizational and cultural changes can be managed with adequate resources and within predictable timeframes.

Our Approach

We live digital working and constant change (“build to evolve”) authentically in our own company and through our “modern culture”. We accompany holistic change management on the basis of scientific findings and integral systems theory.(1)

Our recipe for success lies in the fact that we support the internal management team in the process of transformation to achieve both the desired professional goals (“visible”) and to further develop the social competencies in the company (“invisible”). In this way, we keep an eye on the overall picture and accompany you holistically in communication and change management with experience from all angles:

  • as orchestrator,
  • as a companion for your change and
  • as a coach for your team.

Our Service Portfolio (Excerpt)

  • Transformation Statement​
  • Change architecture​
  • Integral analysis of the corporate DNA​
  • Change Management & Rollout Collaboration Models​
  • Change Management & Rollout IT-Systems & -Tools​
  • Leadership – analogue & digital communication​
  • Culture factor agile mindset
Alexander Rauscher

“The culture clash due to different mindsets in organizations has never been greater and is creating massive challenges.”

Alexander Rauscher

Managing Partner

(1) Based on the integral theory according to Ken Wilber and Frédéric Laloux, among others.