Many thanks to Dr. Sebastian Kunert, who gave an insight into his research project during the last artop colloquium.
On June 12, Dr. Sebastian Kunert (consultant at artop) and Emily Buber, PhD student at Humboldt-University Berlin, show new results from their research. For several years, they applied a survey study to reveal links between four levels: organizational culture, leadership style, team climate, and employee motivation.
In a recent conference paper, we examine the connection of organizational environment characteristics and corporate culture facets. It is based on our research with the modular inventory for organizational research modul_or and applied on the concept of uncertainty. Results show that organisations from rather dynamic business domains with higher demands of uncertainty are different to ones coming from rather stable, more predictable environments.
This article focusses on the inﬂuence of digitalization on the performance of coaching services. Five relevant aspects are examined with regard to theopportunities and risks:
(1) the coaching market, (2) the coaching process, (3 ) the commun ication between coach and client, (4) the coaching methods and tools and(5) the coach himself.
In consulting practice, it is often discussed who takes responsibility for customer needs and what role user/customer experience plays in this. Thomas Geis and Knut Polkehn have published an article on the website of the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA).
In a few weeks the time has come: the book Strategies in Failure Management by artop consultant Dr. Sebastian Kunert published. The volume includes a number of authors and topics, is published in …
This book features papers of prominent representatives of the German coaching scene on the professional development of this counseling format. The book thereby offers guidelines for practicing professionals and for scientists as well as for potential users of coaching.
In this paper we argue that a systematic organizational consulting approach can be supportive in fostering innovation and change processes in companies.
Abstract The well known Peter Drucker quote “Culture eats strategy for breakfast“ is widely accepted but, in fact, rarely tested. Dr. Sebastian Kunert and a colleague presented new findings based …
How coaching is understood and used in organizations is influenced by the respective organizational culture, which is based on specific assumptions about how people learn and how individual change processes …