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Holistic change management

The Challenge

The pressure for change in organizations has never been as high as it is today. External events that are difficult to influence and increasing complexity are forcing organizations to constantly develop themselves further and adapt to the new circumstances. At the same time, the internal pressure to change is increasing due to different ways of thinking (generational and value conflicts, agile forms of work, New Work, etc.). To remain competitive, both organizations and their employees must be able to continuously develop themselves. Many managers are therefore asking themselves how the necessary technological, organizational and cultural changes can be managed with appropriate resources and within foreseeable time frames.

Our Approach

We provide holistic transformation support inspired by the integral systems theory.(1) Our recipe for success lies in the fact that we support the internal management team in the change process to achieve both the desired professional goals (“visible”) and to further develop the social competences in the company (“invisible”). This allows us to keep an eye on “the big picture” and support you systemically in change and communication management with experience from all perspectives:

  • as an orchestrator,
  • as a guide for your transformation and
  • as a coach for your team.

Our Service Portfolio (Excerpt)

  • Change management and communication for transformations in organizations
  • Support for software implementations (e.g. S/4HANA)
  • Support for team development and team building
  • Support for management development
  • Development of collaboration models
Christian Schneider

“Our focus is on the human factor. We incorporate individual perceptions, take into account the different needs concerning the change project and focus on cooperation at eye level as well as building a trusting working relationship.”

Christian Schneider


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