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Digitalization and further training

Constant change is at the heart of the success of companies that are able to adapt dynamically to changing environmental conditions. Employees constantly questioning themselves and their work are crucial for these companies. In her current column in issue 10/2020 of markt & wirtschaft Westfalen, Jeannine Budelmann describes how this can be organized.

New Work

In her current column for Markt und Mittelstand, Jeannine Budelmann discusses which internal structures need to be changed in order to remain competitive in the current situation. Above all it is important to question existing structures and to evaluate new approaches. Especially the implementation of structural changes takes time and a good communicative framework. So: Get to the encrusted structures! Creativity and innovation thrive only with a changed mindset.

Talk on Phoenix

Managing Director Jeannine Budelmann was a guest on Phoenix on the topic “Economy in Corona times – Is the worst yet to come?”. She called for a greater involvement of (young) entrepreneurs in bodies that advise politicians in the current situation. The entire broadcast can be found here: https://www.phoenix.de/sendungen/gespraeche/phoenix-runde/wirtschaft-in-corona-zeiten--kommt-das-dicke-ende-noch-a-1817270.html?ref=suche.

New Work

Openness to change, incorporating proposals from the entire company, admitting errors and allocating tasks on the basis of competences (not status) are key factors for success in the changing working environment. The current column by Jeannine Budelmann on the topic can be found in issue 9/2020 of markt & wirtschaft westfalen.

Raising growth potential

From 0 to almost 300 employees within only four years as a medium-sized company without a start-up mentality? One of our customers in the B2B sector has done this. In her current column for Markt und Mittelstand Jeannine Budelmann describes how to set the course for growth.

Published in Markt and Mittelstand, issue september 2020.

Supply chain law

Jeannine Budelmann discussed the dangers to the German economy in an interview with Represent (funk). Procurement processes in the electronics industry are much more complex than, for example, in textile processing. As an industrial medium-sized company, we want supply chains that comply with human rights. However, some necessary components cannot be extracted in Germany. At the same time, politics and society demand digitization and industry 4.0. But effective global standards must be applied worldwide and must be designed and enforced by policymakers. We are ready for dialogue!

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