undconsorten once again named Number 1 in Leadership & Organization
Perceived market presence (Maximum: 500 Points)
In the category "Leadership & Organization", we again took first place, as in the last two rankings carried out in 2015 and 2018. This discipline comprises consulting areas such as leadership systems, human resources strategies, talent management, organizational design and corporate culture. In the category "Change Management", we have made it into the top 5 again.
We are very pleased about the distinction especially in these areas as they reflect the focus of our consulting approach, which aims to achieve a sustainable increase in organizational performance.
In order to continue to live up to the high standards of our work, we have also been dealing for some time with holistic transformation topics, in particular with the focus on HR and Agile.
Team and communication skills most valued
The undconsorten leadership team
Our reference clients gave us excellent feedback in the study. The skills most appreciated by our clients are our team and communication skills. We are particularly pleased about this assessment, as it reflects the success of our consulting approach based on active cooperation with the client and fostering sustainable development of the organization.
In addition, our clients rated our expertise and our pioneering way of thinking (“Vordenkertum”) very positively (among the top 10 in both categories).
Background and methodology
Led by Professor Dr. Dietmar Fink, the independent study identifies the hidden champions in consulting. These consulting firms include those who:
- are still relatively unknown to the top management of German companies
- are active in the same market as the consulting champions (McKinsey, BCG, Bain)
- exhibit skills in a certain consulting area which are more highly regarded than those of the champions
Consulting firms cannot apply for the qualification and distinction: preselection is exclusively based on a nomination made by an independent panel of experts hailing from both research and practice.
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