Seeing and using potentials

To design competitive products today, you need to be perfectly prepared in the development as well as upstream and downstream processes. Mere expertise is a necessary condition, but is no longer sufficient on its own. Understanding of systems is much more important, and that applies to product and process the same.

We were allowed to see the problem-solving strategies of many organizations through close cooperation. We found that companies employ top-level specialists and possess enormous innovative power, but often do not make optimal use of their potentials. As consultants with technical know-how, we see these unused potentials and can find solutions from an objective and unbiased perspective.

To make technical innovations effective, they do not only have to be thought out and developed on an operative level. It is critical for the success of such developments that the management comprehends the added value so that the development is also promoted on the management level.

The best ideas often sound crazy at first. To be able to correctly assess potentials and use them subsequently, competence and technical know-how have to coincide. Together with the customer, we can find ways to bring their organization on the right track to enable this.

Prof. Dr. Holger Lange