Haas ProjektConsulting’s newsletter, published at irregular intervals, can be ordered here (in German).
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«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
Creativity is often demanded in today's entrepreneurial world. But how can creativity be assessed and measured? Find answers in my presentation here (in German).
My article “Everyone wants their projects to succeed but still they fail,” illuminates the various perspectives necessary for innovations to succeed. (in German)
Projects, especially those targeting innovation, all too often fail. While external factors may play a role, the reasons for unsatisfactory outcomes are often internal. Does everyone involved really want success, and do they agree on how success is measured? And when exactly can a project be considered successful? Our analysis shows…
Project teams often find themselves tied up in knots. They reach a point where they see little clarity and a lot of confusion. There are many possible next steps but which one is the right one? Well intended words of wisdom – "Ahh, now all you have to do is…." – in fact offer little help. The key is often to tap into your own well-founded inner knowledge, a trick that is easier said than done.
«We found ideas that our competitors surely also missed. A really very good outcome after two workshop days!»
Michael Eckle, Director Global Marketing and Innovation
Conductix-Wampfler, Weil am Rhein, Germany