Digitization for Industry 4.0
What is essentially meant by digital transformation? It is about the transition to a networked world permeated by digital technologies. It is determined by the interrelationship of available technology, user behavior and the appropriation of technology by companies and permeates all areas of society.
Industry 4.0, concepts of the Internet of Things, robots as workers, 3-D printers or augmented reality (computer-aided extension of reality) are few examples of this world.
The resulting increasing pressure to adapt is surprising. The unstoppable is felt, is difficult to put into words and has an uncanny effect on many.
For companies, this change represents a significant challenge. Within a very short period of time, they have to develop new business models, new offerings, new infrastructures, new networks and, above all, a new corporate culture in order to continue to survive in the market.
Success is ultimately a question of whether the cultural change succeeds. High dynamics of change and an unpredictable future demand a new way of thinking and acting from entrepreneurs, managers and employees.
The necessary culture stands for everything that organizations currently often lack: Innovative spirit, value orientation, potential for disruption and contradiction, flexibility in the matter at hand, but also for steadfastness, a high level of social competence and a great deal of courage.
We support you in creating this corporate and leadership culture. In doing so, we build on what already exists and work with you to develop your digital transformation path in a dialog-oriented manner. Economic goals and strategic considerations are just as important as the involvement of employees and managers. We help you master the balancing act between the necessities of your existing business and the new digital world and systematically design a successful transformation process.
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