“Of course, I cannot say whether things will get better if they get different. But I can say this much: it must change if it is to get better!”
Georg Christoph Lichtenberg (1742 – 1799)
Whether international competition, political crises in central sales markets, market weakness in China or disruptive business models: companies are currently experiencing how current trends are rapidly aggravating economic conditions and competition.
But only a few companies are really fit for the future. However, since the success factors will change significantly in a phase of growing market uncertainty, this is of great importance.
For many companies this means a significant change in their corporate structure in order to be able to operate successfully on the market in the future. In addition to the right strategy, it is crucial to translate the right corporate culture into the right structures and processes for the company with the help of the operating model.