We train companies in methods and skills.
Target-oriented methods and the necessary innovation skills bring your organisation sustainably forward. The employees often take a back seat. However, they are the most valuable, that a company can offer. If a company invests in targeted employee development, it also pays out for the stakeholder: the company is better in innovation, the employees get extra qualifications and are more motivated and the shareholder is pleased because of a higher company value.
The targeted development of skills and capabilities is an essential success factor for HR and business development. Our trainings, such as design thinking, scrum, kanban, lean + six sigma and many other, take place at the company´s site and integrate the actual situation, the objectives, topics and challenges. Our flyer “Trainings” gives a good overview over the training programmes, the processes, the content and the results.
Request and promote: direct support and promotion of employees in the frame of a project or beyond. Placement of directly project-relevant skills (project management, tools and methods, moderation, dealing with team members etc.) as well as overarching skills and capabilities (stakeholder-management, escalation etc.).
Joint forces for project success: project-oriented support in the preparation, conduction and follow up of team meetings, workshops and important work packages throughout the project. Targeted support of special topics, that go beyond the gained qualifications, but which are required for the project (e.g. ideation, potential analysis, quantitative data analysis).
Innovation skills can start with an innovation training
Project relevant as well as overarching knowledge brings your employees and your company further. The topics can be tailored upon request. Some examples:
Ideation roadmap – pragmatic work with trends and insights
Ideation workshops – develop ideas in a target-oriented way
Successful project design – process design and service design
Develop successful business models – with option selection and business canvasses
Target-oriented requirements management – notice, know and understand clients
Prototyping – transfer requirements to draft concepts
Process amendments – design process and structures based on the actual requirements