Dr. Bernhard Krusche
Catalyst for business development, expert on post-heroic management and PMI, chief anthropologist, world collector and big fan of rough terrain. Plays drums and goes for systems theory.
Expertise: Post-heroic consulting, systems theory, change management, executive coaching, consultant qualification, organization consulting, mergers & acquisitions
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Bernhard Krusche is a passionate organizational consultant and curious anthropologist. After his studies of cultural science, psychology and philosophy, he did a two year field research on the survival strategies of the local urban poverty population in Ghana / West Africa. After his return and the completion of his doctorate, his path led him to the Mercedes-Benz AG and the Austrian Society for Group Dynamics and Organizational Consulting (ÖGGO), where he got to know and appreciate the gravity of large corporations as well as the art and craft of organizational consulting as an internal consultant. The foundation of management consulting osb Tübingen in 1998 marked the transition to independence. For more than 15 years Bernhard Krusche has been working as an independent organizational consultant and teacher trainer, specializing in the development and support of managers and the design of enterprise-wide change processes ...
... (such as mergers & acquisitions). His view of organizations and their leadership has changed dramatically because of intense engagement with the modern systems theory.
As managing partner of the Foundation mz-X, editor of the "Revue for post-heroic management" and lecturer at several universities, he also deals with the paradoxes of organizations in an academic context - his thoughts on this issue can be read in several book publications and articles. In the focus of his work stands one central question: "How must leadership be thought of in the context of organization, so that it can overcome the incredible challenges of a more and more networked, global world?"
Music business major, entrepreneur, social webber, designs open innovation formats, (un)conferences & bad puns, co-founder of Palomar5 e.V. & "until we see new land".
Expertise: Format development, (un)conferences, creative spaces, future of work, open innovation, entrepreneurship, collaboration
The internet led Jonathan Imme into the wide world, his musical passion to Mannheim to study music business. Since 1998, Jonathan worked in varying roles as a communications strategist, band manager, snowboard instructor, moderator and event organizer. During his career at companies like GTZ, MTV and Universal Music he got to know traditional working structures - and begun to question those thoroughly. So in 2009, together with like-minded people, he founded Palomar5 e.V. and during a six week innovation camp designed a prototype for the "working world of the future" of the young generation - with Deutsche Telekom as a partner. With this he discovered his passion to bring together people from different organizations, disciplines, cultures and generations in a productive mode of creative collaboration. From 2010, he continued to do this for large German corporations under the label "until we see new land".
Designing open innovation programs, creative spaces and contemporary (un) conferences has become one of his central concerns. He always tries to combine the agility and the "always in beta" thinking of entrepreneurs with the clout and experience of a grown organization. As Jonathan Imme likes to share his insights from his multi-faceted projects, he is regularly invited to conferences and universities to give lectures on "open innovation", "future of work" and "creative spaces". In his heart he is looking for the right opportunity to visit a silent monastery for a longer period of time.
Curator and artist, coach and business developer for border-crossing activities. Appreciates Derrida and deconstruction and still holds together the threads.
Expertise: Management, organizational development, business development, future of work, art, philosophy, coaching, community management, organization consulting
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Jan Bathel is interested in innovative approaches to securing the future viability of organizations between the poles of design, management and organizational development. He first studied art, then economics and philosophy. Jan Bathel gained initial experience in community management by establishing and managing an artist community and a café. At the University of Witten / Herdecke, he supported the establishment of the German Competence Centre for Sustainable Management (DKNW) and advised various consulting projects at the Department of Sociology at the Faculty for Culture Reflection under the direction of Prof. Dirk Baecker. Following this Jan Bathel led projects at the Society for Environmental Consulting and Project Management (BFUB) and devoted himself to the management of systemic consulting firm Heitger Consulting in Vienna for several years.
As curator of the Magazine: REVUE - Magazine for the Next Society and ambassador for the stat up morethanshelters, he is working with visionaries, future pilots, entrepreneurs, crisis surfers, cross-border workers, thoughtful managers, practice-oriented scientists, designers, artists and consultants on the outlines of a next digital society. He is inspired by the idea of establishing productive work contexts between different disciplines, cultures and generations. This passion is based on the insight that such a combination of different approaches, experience, background and knowledge of milieus nowadays is no longer a luxury, but rather the prerequisite for working on solutions to problems that will exist in the future.