Management consulting for high-performance product development


Our customers in automotive, mechanical engineering and electronics are ambitious. They want product development as a matter of course and this is central to the work of employees, across different departments and levels. New agile ways of working present opportunities for self-organization. This new way of collaboration is not a one-off advancement, but is permanently improved – the process is irreversibly good.

Together with you, we help strategies, processes and structures to evolve in a sustainable way, meaning that you remain innovative, develop faster, realise more products with your team and improve your cost structures.

Every consultancy offers expertise and industry insight – including ours. But for consulting to really be effective, it has to bring the right people to the table and anchor new processes and structures with permanence. That is why we focus on professional change management and work with you to execute sustainable improvements in R&D management.


All our project managers have many years of experience in R&D management. That enables us to discuss with you at your level and offer deep subject matter competence.



Every industry has its own rules. Our project managers have acquired management experience in your industry before they became consultants.



We actively shape change. We transform affected parties into acting participants and eventually supporters. This makes sustainable implementation possible.


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25 Mar

SAFe Release Train Engineer Certification

Our experienced SPCs are now also certified SAFe® Release Train Engineers (RTE). Congratulations to Dirk Meißner, Dr Nicolas Vortmeyer and André Rudolph.


03 Mar

Requirements management workshop at a vehicle manufacturer

We are supporting a requirements management project for one of the leading manufacturers of truck trailers. The focus is particularly on the structured collection of new requirements, the discussion in the interdisciplinary project team and in the do...

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