What does leading in the digital age mean? How can organizational change succeed?

The automation of work and the digital disruption of business models place a premium on leaders who can create a vision of change and frame it positively.
— McKinsey Quarterly, March 2016
An organization’s ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the ultimate competitive advantage
— Jack Welch, former CEO General Electric (1981-2001)

Your challenge

How do you get the organization to embrace the necessary change? How do you set up capabilities to make change happen? How can you overcome resistance and barriers to change? How can you build a diverse and creative team that can reach better decisions? How you can set up an organization with the capacity to talk about the future and act on it?

The leader's role

What is the role of a leader? We believe it is unlocking the organizations potential, unlocking people's potential. Leaders must shift the way to look at the changes - automatization, digitalization, technological change - not as a threat but as an opportunity. They have to be able to create a vision of where this is all going, of how the world will look like. And then sketch out a path of how to get there, driving the change. 

We support you in that endeavor.


What We offer

  • We identify how you induce effective change with least resistance
  • We help you to address risks and pitfalls and to deal with doubters and sceptics, turning your effort into a sound and positive plan
  • We support your team(s) in their change effort and train your change agents
  • We help you reframe change as an opportunity so that people buy into required change.
  • We consult you on how to create a compelling change narrative
  • We coach you and your team for decisive communication occasions / speeches
  • We help you to make change meaningful to people by creating stories, ceremonies and symbols for demarcating change stages 

Kind words from others:

Christoph worked as a Lean Delivery Agent at zanox. When he joined zanox, he made it very clear that he wanted to progress and provide help to the working environment in order to create a culture which nurtures talent and facilitates major achievements. Looking back, he has succeeded. He coached the organization to continuously advance and challenged, optimized and defined processes. He did this across departments, always searching for the bigger goal. He, together with the team, shaped the engineering culture at zanox towards a sustainable collaborative kaizen culture. He helped implement the Kanban Method and created a high performance organization. I would highly recommend working with him.
— Christian Rebernik, CTO at NUMBER26 GmbH
I worked together with Christoph as Lean Delivery Agent at zanox. From the first day he impressed me with his energy, his ambition and his will to improve things that can be improved. Christoph built relations to people from teams and departments across the company, thinking out of the box, to understand how the organization works and where its strengths and weaknesses are. He was always eager to learn and to share his knowledge. Working with him was really a great experience.
So if you are looking for an Agile guy, bringing your organization to speed with a lot of enthusiasm I can wholeheartedly recommend him!
— Rene-Martin Tudyka, Agile Coach at TUI Deutschland