Facing disruptive megatrends, such as digitalization, organizations seek new, more adaptive management structures and practices. For the time being, semi-autonomous teams represent the most proven approach to agile organizing despite far-reaching (and much-discussed) concepts, such as Holacracy and Teal. One key conceptual challenge for such proposals is to bring agility to the level of the overall organization, and to make a plausible proposition for the change journey this implies.
With our offering on the agile organizing, we integrate conceptual innovations in the field of organization design with state of the art management research. We offer a practical framework and tools that allow practitioners to start experimenting with agile approaches in their organization’s given context and practices.
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“Our co-creation workshop with Management Kits on agile organizing combined newest insights from management research with a pragmatic and applicable approach. It really helped us as a team to develop a future-oriented perspective on our organization.”
– Mark Waber, Chief Executive Officer, Puzzle ITC GmbH
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Olaf has more than 10 years experience in consulting on strategy and organization. He teaches organization design at the University of St. Gallen, one of the leading European business schools and as an honorary professor for business design at Berlin-based design school Weißensee Art Academy. Olaf was senior project manager at a leading global strategy consulting firm.
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