«When creative energy is properly channeled great things can happen…»
Identifying the truly viable ideas for innovative products and understanding the processes needed to realize them successfully are my clients’ main concerns.
For over 15 years I’ve supported companies and project teams, especially in areas such as:
- Optimizing innovation processes to generate the best product ideas,
- Product definition and business case development,
- Realizing complex innovation projects successfully.
The targets of my work remain constant: creating and guiding lean, efficient and reliable projects and processes that yield products the market wants, and that pay off for the innovative companies who make them.
With the steamer through Venice
Summer holidays at last! Even if this year everything is a little different, there are already tourists in Venice again. And huge cruise ships are still cruising through the lagoon city, even though there will soon be a ban, because the damage to the foundations as well as to the ecologically sensitive lagoon system is too much.
And this brings us to the subject of this somewhat different newsletter from mine: I met the well-known Swiss entrepreneur Rosmarie Michel and spoke with the experienced woman (born in 1931) about our economic system. She said that the time of the giant steamers was over - both in the economy and in Venice's lagoons: "These colossuses are not fit for the future”, she says in an interview. But read for yourself!
Click here for the interview.
I wish you good rest, a sunny summer and only the best!
And the winner is...
I am thrilled about the "consulting Oscar" of the important Swiss management consultancy association ASCO. The award shows that even small business consulting companies can achieve a great leverage - and in this particular case even with a relatively small fee. Read more in the Handelszeitung article (in German).
«This complex project needed the steady hand of an experienced project multi-tasker to assure that nothing critical went unnoticed and that everyone was pulling in the same direction, a role Roland Haas skillfully fulfilled.»
Thomas Braunwalder, CEO
Magnetic Autocontrol Group, Schopfheim, Germany