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Dealing with dynamic environments by flexible structures

Organizations currently need more than a perfect organizational structure to ensure their sustainability in the long term. It is important to continuously find new answers and solutions for future opportunities and challenges. This is achieved with an agile organizational design.

Crucial for the success of the company and the performance of modern organizations are agile structures that are able to adapt to changing requirements

An agile organizational design therefore enables your company to adapt more easily to changing market and environmental developments. In addition to the pure representation of hierarchies, such an organizational design takes into account design principles – for example, how decisions are made or which communication routines have to run between areas of responsibility in order to meet the diverse and sometimes contradicting requirements and objectives.

We would be happy to support you in developing the agile organizational design that matches your strategy.

Your advantages

Achieve corporate goals

Structures that enable situational adaptability to different requirements and developments.

Increase employee performance

Organizational learning ability and the targeted further development of employees and managers.

Ensure commitment of the employees and managers involved.

Reduce transformation costs / risks

To be able to react to changing market and environment variables.

Our approach

An agile organizational design relies on organizational learning ability and the targeted further development of employees and managers. A professional process architecture and the involvement of key players create solutions that are responsive in terms of content, but also ensure the commitment of the employees and managers involved.

Our consultants for you

Markus Peterhänsel

Markus
Peterhänsel

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Laura Hüer

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Jan-Niclas
Bockard