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REFSQ 2021
Mon 12 - Thu 15 April 2021 Germany

Modern companies find themselves in a dilemma: on the one hand, products and services must be provided efficiently, on the other hand, the ability to innovate is essential for sustainable success. While it sounds perfectly logical in theory, putting it to action typically makes organizational shortcomings come to light. The occuring tensions are reflected in the corporate culture and often cause frustration and overworking of employees. Fundamental organizational changes, such as dual structures and adaptions at ever shorter intervals, are becoming indispensable in order to create supporting structures. In this talk, the author gives an insight into the problems of ambidexterity and explains which psychological and organizational levers need to be used to create real sustainable change.

About the speaker

Markus Wiener is a consultant for requirements engineering and organizational development. He combines his experience in criminal investigation and business psychology to analyze organizations and products in order to help them gain clarity and initiate change. Working closely with a university of applied sciences, Markus is currently developing strategies and methods for companies to support them on their journey of meeting the requirements of the future’s top employers.

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