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Generational change in medium-sized companies - Management Consulting | Executive Coaching Munich
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The SME sector is the engine of our German economy. This makes it all the more important that the generational change at the top of medium-sized companies is successful. We support medium-sized companies in shaping this change in personnel and the associated cultural change and leading it to success.

In this article, you will learn how the planned generational change can succeed.

Generational change in medium-sized companies - success factors

Strategy development - management consulting | coaching
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In many companies, the traditional strategy process overloads the organisation. As a result, strategic goals are sometimes not achieved or are achieved late.

In this article, you as a manager will be given ideas on how you can change the strategy process in your company in order to avoid overburdening employees and managers and achieve your business goals.

Sustainable strategy development in medium-sized companies

Managing director knowledge: Communicating strategy in an understandable way - Management Consulting | Executive Coaching München
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Whether a strategy is successfully implemented also depends on how well it is understood by employees and managers.

In this article, managing directors will learn how they can communicate the corporate strategy in an understandable way and anchor it in the everyday lives of employees and managers. In addition to a structured approach, you will also receive specific formulation aids.

Managing director knowledge: How to explain the strategy clearly.

Digital Leadership: Virtual football players float in the stadium - managementberatung | coaching
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In the modern working world, virtual teams are no longer the exception. With advancing digitalisation and globalisation, companies are increasingly relying on flexible working models. But how do you manage them?

Not all managers have answered this question conclusively for themselves.

In this article, I explain how you can manage virtual teams and maintain productivity and a sense of belonging.

Leading virtual teams in a targeted manner

Developing potential in management teams - Orchestra musicians - Management Consulting | Executive Coaching Munich
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Developing the potential of management teams pays off. It is important that you understand the team members' why before you start the development process.

In this article, I answer five questions:
What does it take for everyone to be effective on their own?
How can individual effectiveness be increased?
How can managers successfully influence the development of potential?
How does the team potential become greater than the sum of the individual potentials?
What are the business benefits of developing potential?

Successful leadership: How to utilise your team's potential for business success.

Managing director knowledge: Effective questions as a management tool - Managementberatung | Executive Coaching München
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Effective questioning is an instrument of modern leadership. Because an effective question is always at eye level and opens up more room for thought and solutions than an answer.

In this article, you will find specific exercise instructions so that you as a manager can use this effective management tool more consciously and successfully. These will help you to refine your ability to ask questions effectively.

Managing director knowledge: Leading purposefully with effective questions

Team development in management teams - Management Consulting | Executive Coaching Munich
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When management teams work together in a spirit of trust, collaboration at other hierarchical levels is also more productive.

This has a positive effect on the competitiveness of companies in the medium term.

Read this article to find out how team development in management teams works.

Team development in management teams

Filling leadership roles correctly - Management Consulting | Executive Coaching Munich
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The fact that alternative career paths have hardly existed in Germany to date has led to many management roles being filled by people who do not fulfil this role.

This is not only painful for those who hold these roles, it is also painful for the people who are inadequately led.

And the most painful thing of all is that misappointed management roles cost companies a lot of money.

Filling leadership roles correctly

Meeting notebook - Management Consulting | Executive Coaching Munich

Meetings are time wasters, cost money and rarely lead to the desired result in the allotted time. This workbook is both a notebook and a valuable source of advice on how to lead meetings constructively to the desired result.

Conduct meetings

AI as a leader - Management Consulting | Executive Coaching Munich
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In view of the ever-increasing role that artificial intelligence is playing in our everyday business and social lives, I spoke to ChatGPT about the management and leadership tasks that AI is already supporting today and will be able to take over completely in the future.

In addition to the content-related aspects in terms of data analysis and decision preparation, AI has another important advantage: it has more time for leadership. Because unlike us humans, AI is capable of multitasking and needs neither breaks, sleep nor holidays. But is that enough to replace human leaders?

The AI as a leader

Authentic Leadership - Management Consulting | Executive Coaching Munich
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As a managing director, you are required to continuously change your organisation in order to meet the ever-changing framework conditions. Trust is fundamental to winning your organisation over to these changes. Trust requires authenticity.

In this article, I provide concrete impulses on how you as a managing director can find authentic leadership.

Authenticity - a success factor as a managing director

Management tasks in transformation processes - Management Consulting | Executive Coaching Munich
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Recent years have shown that companies - regardless of size - are much more challenged to change in shorter cycles and sometimes more profoundly.

In order to remain competitive in a volatile environment, many companies are questioning their culture and initiating cultural changes. Success depends on various factors, including to a large extent on the executive managers. They have a key role in this change process. Read this article to find out what tasks are associated with this role.

Cultural transformation: role and tasks of executive management

Accounting for human capital - Management Consulting | Executive Coaching Munich
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All companies have recognized that the people in their organization, with their expertise, represent the most important resource. Isn't it about time that the cost item "personnel" from the P&L is also countered by an asset on the balance sheet?

Sabine Walter discusses this question with Svenja Stöveken and Eda Wolff, both management consultants at Horváth, an international management consultancy for transformation, performance management and digitization.

Annual accounting of human capital - a necessary step in our knowledge society?

Chess King stands and all the pieces lie - The overstretched organisation - netzwerk managementberatung | coaching
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Many organisations have been overstretched for a long time. Absenteeism, internal dismissals and resignations are on the rise. The resulting economic damage in Germany in 2023 was over 150 billion euros!

We describe common symptoms so that you as a manager can recognise whether your organisation is also overstretched. However, we also provide suggestions on how you can break the cycle of excessive demands so that your organisation can recover.

The overstretched organisation: symptoms, causes and recommendations for action

Giving feedback - management consulting | coaching

In order for feedback to be heard and accepted, the right words are needed in addition to a stable culture of trust.

Read how to give constructive and to the point feedback and what else you can do to establish a constructive feedback culture in your environment.

Feedback - a leadership instrument

Dealing with low performers - netzwerk managementberatung | coaching
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In executive coaching we often get the question: "What is the best way to deal with low performers?". There is no blanket answer to this question. Rather, it invites us to take a differentiated look at the topic.

In this article I address the following questions: How do you find out the cause(s) of the drop in performance or underperformance?
How can you structure and conduct an appropriate appraisal interview?
What can you do to achieve an increase in performance?

If you have found the real causes of the low performance and the measures help to eliminate them, you have a very good chance of turning the low performer into a top performer.

Dealing with Low Performers

Bernd Kratochwille
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How can the change towards a modern leadership culture succeed?

The BLANC & FISCHER Group from Oberderdingen joined us on the path of this cultural change at the beginning of 2022.

Bernd Kratochwille, Head of Corporate Human Resources, in conversation with Sabine Walter, gives a very good overview of the procedure, the challenges and critical success factors in this process of change.

Leadership culture in transition

Emphatic manager as coach - managementberatung | coaching
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In the course of the change in the understanding of leadership and leadership styles, managers in many companies are also expected to fill the role of coach.

In this article I answer the following questions:
What framework conditions enable goal-oriented and effective coaching?

Where are the limits for the manager?

Which coaching tools can be integrated into leadership work?
What opportunities does this open up?

The manager as coach

Leading and moderating meetings - management consulting | coaching
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Many teams are still focussing on their content agenda.

Too little attention is often paid to the interpersonal component. However, we all know that if there is a lack of co-operation, progress on substantive issues is also slow. This article therefore provides you with concrete approaches on how to grow together into a trusting team.

Teambuilding - The path to trustful cooperation

Change Management - Dealing with resistance in change processes - managementberatung | coaching
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"We've always done it that way!" is probably the most common killer phrase when it comes to defending the familiar and hindering or stopping new ways, ideas, improvements; in short, change. In this article, I give seven courses of action to help minimise the number of killer phrases, i.e. the frequency of resistance. The eighth recommended action shows you how to rhetorically debunk killer phrases.

Dealing with resistance in change processes

Executive coach Sabine Walter talks to entrepreneurs - netzwerk managementberatung | coaching
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"Why not interview the woman who initiated this format?" thought Tomislav Bodrozic, Managing Director of Fabula Games GmbH, during his entrepreneurial talk. He thus gave Sabine Walter the chance for a change of perspective.

Entrepreneurial talk with Sabine Walter

Team culture role-based working - managementberatung | coaching
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Many companies, including medium-sized ones, are questioning their tried and tested structures and organisational forms. The desire for more agility, the workers' demand for greater scope for creativity and more self-determination, skills shortages and increasingly complex business challenges bring the multi-level hierarchy to its limits. Team-centred and role-based working is pushing to the fore. But how does this structural change succeed?

From hierarchical structures to role-based working

Trapeze artist in the jump - culture of trust - managementberatung | coaching
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"Change should become the most natural thing in the world in our company." Many managers are often not aware of what this means. Because the willingness and ability to change only becomes a natural part of a corporate culture when there is trust at all levels.

In this article, we share our experiences and give managers very specific tips on which levels of trust are most important if this cultural change is to succeed.

Managing director knowledge: Change needs trust

The essence of effective leadership - managementberatung | coaching
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The understanding of successful leadership has changed over the last decades. This supposed proof is provided by numerous models and extensive leadership literature.

I have been involved in leadership for more than 20 years, have led for many years myself and have provided support in the context of Executive coachings successfully for 15 years in helping leaders to be effective through their leadership and successful with their organisation.

The essence of effective leadership, which for me is independent of the model, is based on this experience. This is what this article is about.

The essence of effective leadership

Multicultural people - corporate governance - management consulting | coaching
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Everyone has values. They give rise to convictions and patterns of behaviour. If these values are not transparent or if they are not given enough consideration in the composition of management teams, this can lead to conflicts but also to a drop in quality.

In this article, I would like to explain the role that values play in the composition of management teams.

Value diversity in management teams

Meeting Managers - management consulting | coaching
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How should I manage the first 100 days as a new leader? How should I behave when I take over a team or an area? What do I say when I introduce myself as the new boss? These and other questions are asked by many managers who take on a new responsibility within their own company or even in another company.

Zarah Speck has given you a Checklist that will help you build a foundation of trust in the first 100 days and find acceptance a

The first 100 days as a new leader

Team development in medium-sized businesses - netzwerk managementberatung | coaching
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Team development in SMEs should be a matter for the boss, as a healthy team culture for these companies is of central economic importance is.

If this team culture is missing, demotivation, a drop in performance, internal resignation, high absenteeism and ultimately also external resignation are almost inevitable consequences.

We explain, how you recognise a healthy team culture and what you can do to trusting team culture in your company to develop.

Team development in small and medium-sized companies

Man stands in front of large blackboard full of mathematical calculations - netzwerk managementberatung | coaching
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Conflicts - whether visible or invisible - cost organisations and our society money. This makes the role of individuals' ability to deal with conflict, especially leaders, all the more central. Conflict capacity is a central leadership competence. Yet it is often misinterpreted and thus its key role for high leadership effectiveness underestimated. In this article, we provide various recommendations that enable you to recognise, analyse and constructively address conflicts in order to invite joint solution finding.

Conflict management from A to Z

Board meeting on the company's communication culture - netzwerk managementberatung | coaching
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Communication is a key in change processes. Many managers underestimate this, do not communicate convincingly enough or communicate too little and contribute to the fact that the desired change goal is not achieved or is only achieved with considerable additional effort or that employees fall by the wayside during the transformation process.

That is why this article is about four questions:
What needs to be communicated?
What does a convincing change story look like?
Which channels should be used for communication?
How often to communicate?

Communication in change processes

Computer screen with several screenshots of serious games - managementberatung | coaching
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Serious games are a very effective method of further education, much more effective than classic e-learning.

What exactly is behind the educational games is explained by Tomislav Bodrozic, Managing Director of Fabula Games. He also answers the questions of how serious games have to be structured so that the players stay with them until the end, which topics can be implemented with learning games, and how companies should proceed if they want to include serious games in their training programmes.

Serious Games: Learning through play

Stephanie Wackernagel
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Humanistic leadership describes the understanding of humans, as the basis for influencing people in the company and choosing the appropriate management tools. The humanistic understanding of the human being is based on the assumption that the ability to develop into a "better" version of ourselves is inherent in each of us. What this means for companies and how the path towards a humanistic approach to leadership can be, explains Stephanie Wackernagel, lecturer at the Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences.

Humanistic leadership: what, why and how?

Team and organisational development: Team exercise cooperation - managementberatung | coaching
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In times when different working models have become established and working from home is increasingly popular, the need for high-quality team time is growing.

In this article, I explain what this team time can look like and what elements structured team development involves.

Back to the office? Focus on team development

Galloping horses in front of the Brandenburg Gate - managementberatung | coaching
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Crises per se and the Corona crisis in particular bring to light things that are in urgent need of reform at all levels of society, politics and the economy. Companies in need of reform would be ordered to restructure and thereby make them fit for the future. That is why I am taking a look at Germany with this entrepreneurial attitude and using it to develop an idea paper that will help make our country fit for the future.

Ideas paper: The agile state - transformation of a society.

Productive decision-making processes in transformations - netzwerk managementberatung
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In the context of transformation processes, many fundamental decisions have to be made. How quickly organisations manage to make these decisions in line with the desired goals also determines the success of the transformations. However, managers are often caught in the dilemma of wanting to involve as many members of their organisation as possible in the decision-making processes on the one hand, but having to deliver results quickly on the other. In this article, we give recommendations for action that help to resolve the dilemma and find a productive decision-making culture.

Decision-making culture - catalyst or brake in transformation processes

Peter Haberl
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"Transformations only succeed when managers and entrepreneurs are not afraid of the dent," says Peter Haberl, Managing Director of SSE Software GmbH in Augsburg. In an interview with Sabine Walter, the experienced manager talks about his way of leading and shaping, about what drives him.

Entrepreneurial talk with Peter Haberl

Martin Becker
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Martin Becker is a partner at Drees & Sommer and, as Managing Director of RBSGROUP - Part of Drees & Sommer, is committed to designing sustainable working environments. To Sabine Walter he reveals what exactly still fascinates him about his profession after 30 years.

Entrepreneurial talk with Martin Becker

Paul Helmeth - Kirimanufaktur
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Paul Helmeth, a pilot with Lufthansa for 19 years and a real jack-of-all-trades, made a virtue of necessity this year and founded his own company, KIRIMANUFAKTUR. In an interview with Sabine Walter, he reveals the role played by closed DIY stores and various coincidences.

Paul Helmeth in conversation with entrepreneurs

Dirk Schallock, E.G.O.
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"I run all companies like my own, with the same passion, commitment and sense of responsibility," says Dirk Schallock, CEO of the E.G.O. Group. The charismatic manager spoke to Sabine Walter in Entrepreneur Talk about what drives him, about core elements of effective leadership and about the entrepreneurial challenges of the future.

Entrepreneurial talk with Dirk Schallock

Learning organisation - light silhouettes of many heads in blue and green in space - netzwerk managementberatung coaching
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For many companies, the speed, with which they develop themselves and their service and product offerings is already today a decisive competitive factor. However, the cultural framework conditions often work against this demand and the entrepreneurial necessity of constant further development.
Therefore, this article is about three questions: What are the characteristics of learning organisations? What framework conditions do learning organisations need? What concrete first steps can you take in your company to establish a learning organisation?

The Learning Organisation: Success Factors and Recommendations for Action

A head made of vectors and lights looks into the universe - managementberatung | coaching
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Many companies have realised during the pandemic that competitive business models go hand in hand with innovation. The pressure to establish a culture of innovation is increasing. The question remains how to do this. In an interview with Dr Patricie Merkert, Head of Innovation & Technologies at E.G.O. Elektro-Gerätebau GmbH in Oberderdingen, Sabine Walter asked her the question: "Can innovation be learned? The answer is complex and contains valuable tips for companies that want to become more innovative.

Can innovation be learned?

Elephant breaks through a wall - Agile Transformation - managementberatung | coaching
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More and more companies are working agilely or are at least converting individual company areas to agile working. Such "pilot areas" are, for example, IT or the innovation area.

Regardless of whether an entire company changes its culture or only sub-areas undergo this change, this process rarely succeeds smoothly. In this article we outline the different phases involved in an agile transformation and present what we consider to be the critical success factors.

Leading Agile Transformation Successfully

Two boys tinker with a vintage car - promoting entrepreneurship - netzwerk managementberatung | coaching
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Entrepreneurial thinking and action is a competence that is becoming increasingly important for the competitiveness of companies.

But it is not enough for this competence to be developed only at board or executive level. Rather, through appropriate leadership and personal development, it is a matter of anchor entrepreneurial thinking and action in as many employees as possible. In this article we explain how this can be done.

Promote entrepreneurship

Leading self-organised teams - a lighthouse in stormy seas - netzwerk managementberatung | coaching
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It may sound paradoxical, but self-organised teams need leadership. In this article, we explain what this leadership is all about. We look at three central questions:

1 What does it take for self-organisation to work?

2. what is the responsibility of the teams?

3. what can a path towards self-organisation of teams look like?

4 What is the business benefit?

Leading self-organised teams

Fingerprint - management consulting | coaching
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Corporate identity, i.e. what makes a company tick, is becoming increasingly important as the identity that office space creates dwindles. What companies can do concretely to strengthen their CI, you can read in this article.

The importance of corporate identity in times of home office

Ewald Stephan
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"What I love about my job is that every day brings something new. I took my exams 43 years ago and have experienced virtually no routine since then," says Ewald Stephan, CEO of Verka VK Kirchliche Vorsorge VVaG in Berlin. In the entrepreneurial interview with Sabine Walter, Mr Stephan talks about his profession, his inner drivers and his topic of the heart, sustainability.

Entrepreneurial talk with Ewald Stephan

Leadership: Boy shouts into the microphone - employee appraisals - managementberatung | coaching
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In many organisations, staff appraisals are scheduled at the start of the year. In this article, we look at what contributes to good interview preparation, how appraisal interviews should be structured; we show which pitfalls there are and how you can avoid them.

Let's talk. Staff appraisals - preparation, implementation and pitfalls

Self-reflection at the end of the year: Two hands hold two sparklers into the night
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"Walk slowly when you are in a hurry." The first part of this Japanese proverb sums up what the end of the year is all about, in addition to all the festive preparations. Before we rush into the new year full of verve and many good intentions, we should take a step back and reflect on the current year.

Turn of the year - time to think and reflect

Onboarding in times of home office: astronaut surfs towards the sun - netzwerk managementberatung | coaching
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While some companies lay off or put employees on short-time work during the pandemic, other companies are hiring and have to answer the question for themselves: "How do we integrate new colleagues when everyone works in a home office?" The answer to this question encompasses various aspects: Getting to know each other, creating trust, communicating culture and values, familiarisation - all with or despite a digital proximity. In this article, we give recommendations on how to get off to a good start even in times of home office.

Onboarding in times of home office

Organisational development - New Work: Young woman on the beach with a laptop on her knees - netzwerk managementberatung | coaching
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"New Work" is a development that is occupying more and more companies. But what is "New Work" - a trend or an important further development of our understanding of work?

In this article we look at the topic and answer four questions: Where does "New Work" come from? What does it mean? Why is the further development of our understanding of work necessary? How does "New Work" change the corporate and leadership culture?

"New Work" - what is behind the "megatrend"?

Johann Schmoll
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"Successful projects need the courage to lead," says Johann Schmoll, Managing Director of Prof. Burkhardt Ingenieure (PBI) GmbH & Co. KG in Munich. The entrepreneurial conversation with Sabine Walter is about values, the development of leading wolves and an outlook into the year 2050.

Entrepreneurial talk with Johann Schmoll

Culture of innovation: sketch with starting sprinter - managementberatung | coaching
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Germany's innovative strength now ranks only 9th out of 129, well behind Switzerland, Sweden, the USA and the UK.

Reason enough to increase innovative strength. That is what this article is about. What are the fields of innovation? How can innovation power and innovation culture be improved?

Creative and structured. Impulses for a structured innovation process.

Digital Leadershiph: Robot looks at skull - managementberatung | coaching
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We are on the way to a new age. Digitalisation is the number one topic.

That is why it is often used and brings to light language creations that are worth looking behind: Digital Natives and Digital Leaders. What is behind these terms? And what skills do leaders need to successfully shape the digital transformation?

Digital Leaders - leadership skills in digital times

Relay runners - self-organisation of teams: athlete passes on baton - netzwerk managementberatung | coaching
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A decision-making organisation is the prerequisite for companies to work in a self-organised and effective manner to achieve their corporate goals. A decision-making organisation is therefore a prerequisite for maintaining long-term competitiveness, high employee satisfaction and entrepreneurial and economic success.

I explain three questions in this article:

What are the benefits of a decision-making organisation?

What framework conditions are required?

What does the path to a decision-making organisation look like?

Increasing the decision-making authority of teams - a step towards more self-organisation

Leadership task competence development: A diamond in the coal pile - netzwerk managementberatung | coaching
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Competence development is not yet strategic enough in many companies and is often delegated to HR. Similar to German education policy, many companies still fail to recognise that the actual assetwhat they have, the know-how and competences of their employees and managers is. Since in many companies decisions are still purely numbers-based, this asset goes down. This is because it is not accounted for as an asset, but appears in the income statement in the form of costs. One more reason to once again emphasise further training and competence development as a central management task.

Leadership task: competence development

Melanie Vinci
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"As a personnel service provider, we have one of the few jobs that has the power to become more exciting, not more boring, over the years," says Melanie Vinci, member of the management board of the personnel service provider persona service. Read why she says that in this entrepreneurial interview.

Entrepreneur Talk with Melanie Vinci

Progress needs standstill: camera lens with shutter slats - netzwerk managementberatung | coaching
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Wolf Lotter writes in his prologue to the focus topic "Pause" in the current issue of brand eins: "The word pause has two meanings that today seem to contradict each other. One is rest, the other standstill. A break is a short interruption of a process that is supposed to continue all the better afterwards. ... Standstill, on the other hand, is a word that the new age has never really been able to handle. ... Standstill is the nightmare of industrialism..." In this article I would like to take up the topic and outline why progress needs standstill and pauses in the conventional sense are not sufficient for this.

Progress needs standstill - a thesis

Organic structures in companies: Spider's web against a dark blue background - netzwerk managementberatung | coaching
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Structures are essential for every company - no matter how small, how large, whether traditional or hip. No matter how many employees and no matter what management style is tried out or practised. The art is to create and change structures in such a way that they serve the people in the company and the achievement of goals. This implies that these structures are only ever defined for a certain period of time and must be continuously questioned. Why are such so-called organic structures a prerequisite for lasting competitiveness? And how can they be created? You will find ideas on this in this article.

Organic structures - a prerequisite for lasting competitiveness

Transition Management: Light lines crossing quickly leading to the horizon - netzwerk managementberatung | coaching
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We are in a transformation. In a transformation from an industrial to a digital society. This transformation is accompanied by drastic changes. Therefore, in this article we address three questions: What is a transformation? What distinguishes it from change? Why is it important to lead a transformation and not just manage it? We also provide recommendations for action to lead transformation processes to success.

Leading transformation processes successfully

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