Up to 70% of all Change Projects Miss Their Target

Posted by on Nov 21, 2014 in Future
Up to 70% of all Change Projects Miss Their Target

Change projects still do not generate anticipated results. If the current surveys are credible, up to 70% of all change projects do not reach their goal. During our research on practical projects we realized that change ≠ change. Status quo and targets as well as the organization-specific DNA have to be determined in order to […]

The Future is not Predictable!

Posted by on Nov 7, 2014 in Concepts, Future
The Future is not Predictable!

It is still common among well-known Economists to use outdated explanation patterns, despite the fact that such explanations do not pass the reality test. Crisis? Self-doubt? Non-existant. The financial crisis has put the field of economics in discredit – yet even six years later not much has changed. Old habits are persistent also with regards […]

First lecture at ECNU in Shanghai

Posted by on Dec 14, 2013 in Cooperations
First lecture at ECNU in Shanghai

On 9th December 2013 the first seminar took place at the East China Normal University (ECNU) in Shanghai. It was held by Robert A. Sedlák, Guest Professor of the ECNU. The topic was “Introduction to the New Systems Theory Part 1”. Robert A. Sedlák presented the main elements of the New Systems Theory. He discussed the […]

How Do We Define Strategy?

Posted by on Oct 5, 2012 in Concepts
How Do We Define Strategy?

Strategy is a clear answer to the question of how an organization positions itself within the market and in comparison to its competitors. The strategy development connected to it is a major, non-delegable managerial task within the company, which enables the differences between present and past to be processed.   In this case, we abandon […]

Professor Dr. Eng. Heinrich E. Martin – Our New Senior Partner

Posted by on Sep 7, 2012 in S&P Intern

We are happy to announce, that as of September 01 2012, Prof. Dr. Eng. Heinrich E. Martin has joined our team as a Senior Partner. Prof. Martin is a graduate mechanical engineer (TH Hannover) and graduate manufacturing engineer (TU Berlin) and was awarded his doctorate in the field of “Internal Logistics”.