Our consultants and our partners are a team working well together

Our consultants and partners are highly qualified in detailed Process-Know-How and have extensive expert knowledge of various scientific and practical disciplines. For each individual contract, we recommend the ideal consultants of our team. For both our permanent consultants and our partners, we will always ensure that the different personalities and expertises complement each other. In many joint practice projects, our team delveloped a variety of commun strategies of working well together and will support you concerning the achievement of your goals. This is an overview of our partners:

Ute Demuth

Kai Fiukowski

Merret Hinrichsen

Mark Obert

Carola Pachunke

Karsten Schneider

Achim Wendland

Korinna Winterstein


Frank Schache-Keil

Our network of international partners

In many countries we work with local partners who support our international assignments.

Intensive exchange of know-how

We cooperate on questions of research, continuing education and the exchange of experience with universities and professional associations. Some of the people driving this process are listed here.

Research of measurement tools for personality

Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich
Department Psychologie

International Market Research – SIGMA Milieus®
Association for International Market Research

Development of business games

coludo business simulations

Training tools and simulation

Cenandu Learning Agency

BA and Research in Leadership

Gisma Business School

Memberships and Associations

Professional Association of Organisation Counsultants
gesellschaft für organisation e.V.(Registered Association for Organisation)
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Coaching Council
European Mentoring & Coaching Council (EMCC)

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New inputs keep us up-to-date

We maintain an intensive exchange of ideas with movers and shakers in actual practice and in research. Our work is always ‘state-of-the-art’.
Below is a list of selected experts who have been involved in our flow team discussions.

  • Prof. Dr. Johanna Anzengruber, Postmodern competencies, 2015

  • Carsten Ascheberg, Sigma-Mileus, 1997

  • Prof. Dr. Dirk Baecker, Systemic theory and organisation, 2002 und 2003

  • Prof. Dr. Hartmut Binner, Process management, 2010

  • Prof. Dr. Fritz Böhle, The informal organisation, 2009 und 2011

  • Prof. Dr. Anna Katharina Braun, Brain research, 2003

  • Dr. Jürgen Deeg, Disruptive changes, 2009

  • Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Drobetz, Corporate governance, 2003

  • Prof. Dr. Swetlana Franken, Management and diversity, 2011

  • Prof. Dr. Dirk Ulrich Gilbert, Business ethics and responsibility, 2012

  • Torsten Groth, Distinguishing features of family businesses, 2013

  • Prof. Dr. Martin Hartmann, The practice of trust, 2013

  • Prof. Dr. Eric Kearney, Ambidexterity and leadership, 2009 und 2012

  • Prof. Dr. Stefan Kühl, Dilemmas in organizations, 2001

  • Prof. Dr. Arne Manzeschke, Managers’ power and responsibility, 2015

  • Prof. Dr. Dr. Manfred Moldaschl, Organisational theory and consulting models, 2010 und 2011

  • Prof. Dr. Sabina Pauen, Brain research and behaviour, 2003
  • Prof. Dr. Sabine Pfeiffer, The end of predictability, 2013
  • Dr. Susanne Sachtleber, Motivation theory, 2014 und 2015
  • Prof. Dr. Ralf Wetzel, Complexity and change management, 2015