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An organistaion, which is capable to work effectively, cost-effectively and mistake minimizingly, ensures the success of the company. The successful company justifies its procedures and structure based on the company strategy.


Management Partners support you in

  • Analysing your organisation and its possibilities of development
  • Defining your factors of success and need for change
  • Formulation of the company goals
  •  Optimization and visualisation of processes and structures
  • Defining the structural organisation and the concept of management
  • Implementation of your quality management



Process management becomes more and more a critical factor of success concerning a globalised economy. Experience and surveys prove that 75% to 80% of the whole cycle time of an assignment  is wasted by inefficient activities.


It is necessary to counter challenges like these by the help of renunciation of function orientation and process orientation.

  • Consistent client orientation. The added value for the customer is the scale for the process and resource management.
  • Consequent process orientation. The improvement potentials for costs, quality and cycle time are acknowledged and exploited at and between companies by organisation and optimization of processes.
  • Practised employee orientation. The employees take the responsibility in structure, execution and development of work procedures.

Structure management is separated into the following parts:

Product structure – the product structure determines the fundamental complexity of the company for the processes. The work with the product structure has the most important influence on the total costs.

  • Organisation structure
  • IT stucture
  • Staff structure



The leadership is the key to success. Well communicated concepts and consequent implementation make changes successful.

  • What makes the executive brave and powerful?
  • How is it possible for the executive to “move” its employees?
  • What exactly can improve the leadership behaviour?

Quality management

For several years at several companies the focus is on quality. One essential reason why quality possesses this essential importance is that quality becomes more and more a significant factor for the sustainable market success and consequently also for the continued existence of the company.


As partner of the companies we help our customer with the fast development, the simple and effective implementation as well as the unbureaucratic and cost-effective certification of your management system.


No importance, if quality (ISO 9001), environment (ISO 14001) or security (SCC / SCP)


Ensure the longtime continuity of your management system!


  • There are often substantial problems, if responsible employees leave the company and your management is jeopardized to become orphaned

Keep your management system slim!

  • Here applies our pragmatic principle. As much as necessary, as simple as necessary and always keeping an eye on the purpose of the company


Learning organisation


A learning organisation is characterized by the fact that its actors often reflect, attentively and collectively about their self-concept, on their acting and the results, which were achieved by this acting.


At the same time you develop ideas for changes and implement those structures, processes and measures.


The ability to recognize need for change and the competence for strategic development go hand in hand.


Knowledge management


Knowledge management deals with the possibilities of influence on the knowledge base of the company. Among this knowledge base of a company are all data and information, all knowledge and all abilities considered as necessary for the organisation’s solution of the various tasks in a more and more complex and fast moving economy. Thereby abilities and individual knowledge (human capital) are transformed by information systems into structural knowledge that means the organisation’s knowledge.

The knowledge at a company is considered as a factor of production, which appears next to capital, labour and land. The strategical foundation for the knowledge management provides especially the “knowledge-based view of the firm”. This view represents an extended perspective on information (for example in the fields of market structure and its influence) to acknowledge these information as possible operational factors of resource and production.

Information systems contribute essentially by connecting employees, providing and preserving information. Processing of information of a company has to be in line with the whole strategy. However, the objective of knowledge management is much more than only the simple supply of the employees with information.