Digitalisation, demographic change, globalisation, the demand for participation and self-determination. Companies and institutions need a new level of creativity, innovation and togetherness at
all levels of the organisation to cope with already existing and new complexities to remain competitive in the future. Tomorrow's success is found by going beyond the same strategies and tools
that we've relied on in the past.
New Work Facilitators start precisely at this point. They support and accompany organisations through change by recognising opportunities and proactively shaping change. There is no one size fits all solution, each organisation has its own starting point and needs customized dedicated solutions and approaches.
I have gained a broad experience working in different forms of organisations: from hierarchical institutions to agile agencies – from working for Google to playing bass in Jazz bands or touring the world accompanying rock stars. Since January 2021 I am training in the New Work Facilitator program at the TAM Akademie Berlin.
Computers and digitality have accompanied me since my earliest youth. I create art and culture-related content for the digital space and design complex web services in an agile way, taking into account the interests of various stakeholders.
Digital tools and services don't only fulfil tasks, but are tailored to the people who interact with them. "Analogue" and "digital" should not be understood as opposites. The digital usually gains in importance when people bring it back into the analogue world and the other way arround. Let‘s explore the potentials and the limits of the digital while considering it as one of several possible means to achieve goals.