OD has to be owned by leaders

– Otherwise, it won’t happen! (Bernd Schmid)

A bad system
will beat a
good person
every time.

Changes in underlying business conditions and ambitious growth targets require that you re-invent and continue to develop your corporate culture. Today, organizational and cultural development requires shaping change professionally as it emerges. The goal is to systematically increase your employees‘productivity and improve their quality of life.

Working hard for something we don’t care about is called stress …

To accomplish that, we work with you not only on qualifying individuals but also on qualifying entire systems (business model, processes, and structures). If the goal is for people to perform efficiently across processes and systems, two factors must be kept in view. First, cooperation, that is, how people work together. Second, the actual structures and processes themselves.

We empower

the people in key roles to develop an organization and shape its culture.

We jointly develop

strategy updates.

We design

new forms of professional collaboration.

We initiate

intelligent formats for work and learning.


Jointly with top-level management, we generate a sense of urgency so that all employees are informed about the goals and impact of the organizational changes.

Working together with you, we forge leadership coalitions that will enable every employee to participate and co-create the change—because the idea, the passion, and the spirit of the new organization and culture must originate from the company’s core.

… working hard for something we love is called passion.

We are convinced that the only way to make organizational and cultural development work is through dialogue. And that means from the top down as well as from the bottom up. An authentic, attentive, and creative exchange of ideas about the central challenges facing your business will enable you to orchestrate a “new world,” thereby creating a business culture that boosts performance and motivation.

Sound interesting?

Contact us now!
Michael Kukla

Project Management Office