You need to hurry if you want to see something, everything disappears.

(Paul Cezanne)

The Systemically Oriented Organization

Verbal or visual language is one of the most important means of communication. It helps us to bridge or even break through the respective system boundaries. Companies use language to communicate internally and externally. They utilize the communication system to actively encode their perception of reality, their identity and local norms, values and mission statements or even spontaneous positioning on a current and relevant situation in an external context.

If the value-oriented corporate strategy is coupled with communication, a consistent and, above all, lasting culture is created. The challenge in implementation is the homogeneity of statements and propositions at all levels. A value-oriented and authentic attitude enables resource-oriented work with long-term success.

The Moment for Transformation

A trade fair is often used as an opportunity to communicate major changes in the organization or to present radical product innovations. Communication is where all the measures and the associated consequences come together. Extensive changes cannot only be presented selectively, they mean a cultural change inside and outside the company.


The following client names represent a variety of different projects in the industrial as well as the consumer and convenience sectors that I have had the privilege of supporting over the past 25 years. As a rule, I provide focused support for long-term transformation.


Battenfeld Cincinnati
erfi Laborsysteme
Bilfinger Berger 
Bornemann Pumps
Renommee Music
Triumph Adler
Lohmann & Rauscher
Dresdner Bank

Policy Making

Battenfeld Cincinnati
Bilfinger Berger
JDS Uniphase
Mercedes Benz


Rizzoli New York 
Verlag Beton & Technik
Sportauto MOT