A unique workshop that catapults your business model to new levels. We will guide you and your employees/partners/colleagues to get a shared big picture of your business, your business as it is at present and how it will work much better and how to make it fly.
Intuitively, you will see clearly and learn as a team how to connect the dots. Complex interactions lose their terror. Success factors become visible.
Key questions about the company’s development
The most important topic at the moment when it comes to the future viability of companies.
What is a sensible way for your company to make the most of the opportunities offered by digitalisation?
The BM potential workshops provide the necessary insights to identify the individually correct steps for a company.
Digital transformation is such a big, versatile and fast topic that every company can benefit enormously from. However, there are completely different possibilities for each company, individually.
Most of the time, the first new ideas are created.
The BM Potential Analysis consists of a joint workshop, an analytical evaluation and a follow-up discussion. It doesn’t matter what kind of company it is, whether you are a sole trader, a craftsman or a manager of a medium-sized industrial company with 1000 employees.
18. April 2023
In this podcast episode of Innovate & Upgrade, Peter Rochel talks to Andreas Streb, Deputy CEO of Volksbank und Raiffeisenbank Bayern Mitte, about disruptive technologies and specifically the relationship between Bitcoin and banks. As the deputy CEO of a bank that is proactively involved with Bitcoin, Andreas Streb shares his perspective on the topic and explains how this technology landed on his screen and why they are involved with it.
15. June 2020
Is innovation necessarily the enemy of clean processes? What seems to be a classic management task is difficult to achieve in practice: continuous innovation that leads to an increase in efficiency. Why this is so, and what can be done about it, is the subject of this podcast episode with Gavino Wismach. Listen to it […]