Do you want to manage culture like you manage other assets in your business?
We effectively solve your cultural challenges with KPI-driven culture management. Based on methods from different disciplines such as business administration, organizational psychology, change management, change leadership, change communications, coaching and training, organizational development, marketing.
KPI-Driven Culture Management
We use innovative, customizable measurement methods to create certainty about the state of your corporate culture and the basis for measuring success and progress. A culture strengthening roadmap based on these measurements allows us to focus on the most effective measures to strengthen your corporate culture.
The prerequisite for successful culture management.
The way to effectively strengthen your culture (insights, mindset, spirit, attitudes, behavior).
8 reasons for your confidence in us
Professional combination of fact-based approach and inspiring, emotionally charged implementation
Team-oriented approach with our client: co-creation
17 years of expertise in measurement, conception, implementation in Culture and Change Management, People Development, Change Communications – globally and at C-Level
Experience from top management positions at Siemens, Deutsche Telekom, O2, Veolia, Giesecke+Devrient, Heraeus among others
Effective methods, frameworks, tools and formats based on our know-how
Combination of strategic thinking and smart, hands-on implementation
Over 120 happy customers
Award-winning Top Consultants for years – “brandeins” and “Focus Business”.
Our customers and peers testify to our expertise
We are award-winning!
We have been voted one of the best consulting firms for change management transformation in Germany in the renowned consulting ranking of the business magazine "brandeins" five times in a row.
In addition, we have been consistently named "Top Consultant" for Change Management by FOCUS BUSINESS since 2021.
In each case, both consultants (peer-to-peer) and customers were interviewed.
Both surveys were open and unguided.