of organization and leadership in disruptive times
"Three Pillars" is an overarching approach for transformation initiatives in the 21st Century business world.
Focusing on the concepts Sustainable Purpose, Travelling Organisation and Connected resources, "Three Pillars" was developed by a global joint initiative of managers, consultants and scientists. The results of the collaboration of the 19 involved authors and editors were published in book form by Springer in 2020.
The book can be purchased directly from Springer.
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Further Background and Future Developments
The interdisciplinary team of authors:
Nicole Hönig de Locarnini
Overarching Approach: Three Pillars
A convincing ‘what for‘ and ‘reason why‘ is necessary to make sure that topics are elabora-ted with inspiration and ambition to create real value and top support.
Only letting oneself in for the dynamics of the markets leads to success on a joint journey with trust in the collective capabilities and behaviour.
Concentrating on joint development of our stategies, projects, resources and capabili-ties instead of dividing and creating silos
Directions of Thrust | Developments 2019 - 2021
Setting-Check. Systemic. Scalable. Fast.
Started with energy and hope, many projects stop functioning well later on. How good is the project set-up, how well does it fit from a systemic perspective and how does it interact with the environment?
Creation together with
Dr. Frank Kühn
Collaborative Solutions for Organisations
Preventing a focus on theoretical methodology discussions or personal profiling, but working fast on the real activities & solutions, using our collective potentials.
Beyond Org Community, with Sustainance, Spin-Off Universität St. Gallen,
Dr. Frank Kühn and
Talent development as a joint journey in dynamic enterprise contexts focusing on performance and potentials, positioning talents as co-creators of new forms of organisations and working styles.
Creation together with Ulrich Leckner (Rochus Mummert) and Dr. Frank Kühn
The next book is currently work in progress:
Editors: Peter Wollmann, Frank Kühn, Michael Kempf, Reto Püringer