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Finding the Win-Win Copo­rate-Startup Rela­ti­onship

Finding the Win-Win Copo­rate-Startup Rela­ti­onship

Their business cultures could not be more different, but when startups and corporations collaborate, everyone can win. In the name of innovation, the...

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Legacy – Busi­ness as Heir­loom: Char­ting the Future

Legacy – Busi­ness as Heir­loom: Char­ting the Future

Family firms account for 70% of the global GDP and 60% of global employment, according to a recent study by INSEAD business school. They are a key driver of...

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INSIDE COMATCH: What drives our people?

INSIDE COMATCH: What drives our people?

Meet David Nordberg, management consultant and authorised judge in the art of "horse...

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INSIDE COMATCH: What drives our people?

INSIDE COMATCH: What drives our people?

Meet Jamal Closta, Business Intelligence Manager at COMATCH and part-time...

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INSIDE COMATCH: What drives our people?

INSIDE COMATCH: What drives our people?

Meet Robert Langenbach, Director of International Business at COMATCH and passionate olive...

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INSIDE COMATCH: What drives our consul­tants?

INSIDE COMATCH: What drives our consul­tants?

Meet Ariane Moussault, management consultant and marathon runner, prepping for Ironman...

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Ever­y­body has some­thing they care about, some­thing close to their heart

Ever­y­body has some­thing they care about, some­thing close to their heart

Sybren Raaijmakers tells the story behind “StartGiving”, a new model for companies doing good in the...

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BREAKING INTO THE BRIC: Doing Busi­ness in Brazil and China

BREAKING INTO THE BRIC: Doing Busi­ness in Brazil and China

The countries they picked could not be more diferent. Brothers Daniel and Lutz Berners founded Berners Consulting almost a decade ago, and are experts in...

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Mind & Body: A Trans­for­ma­tive Approach

Mind & Body: A Trans­for­ma­tive Approach

With the aid of a corporate wellness programme, employers can better understand the physical and mental needs of their workforce, helping them to design their...

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INSIDE COMATCH: What drives our people?

INSIDE COMATCH: What drives our people?

Meet Céline Nguyen, who manages Consultant Relations at COMATCH and helps people with diabilities in her own time...

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Flash Orga­ni­sa­tions: Picking the best people world­wide

Flash Orga­ni­sa­tions: Picking the best people world­wide

Flash Organisations will be a competitive advantage for the companies that master it....

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Putting Candi­date Expe­ri­ence at the Heart of Recruit­ment

Putting Candi­date Expe­ri­ence at the Heart of Recruit­ment

Companies that invest in an amazing candidate experience improve the quality of their hires by...

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The Almost Astro­naut

The Almost Astro­naut

Millions of young men and women dream about becoming an astronaut. Ten years ago, 8,413 Europeans applied to become astronauts at the European Astronaut...

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7 Steps For Turning Expe­ri­ence Into Know­ledge

7 Steps For Turning Expe­ri­ence Into Know­ledge

Making sure your company keeps running like a well-oiled machine isn’t always easy, but for Maik H. Wagner, it’s all in a day’s...

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10 Lessons for Entre­pre­neurs

10 Lessons for Entre­pre­neurs

“I was on holiday in Greece, reading all stories so that I could begin writing an introduction. It was obvious: There is a pattern here. It’s more than...

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My Problem With Consul­tants

My Problem With Consul­tants

I’m always startled to hear about young people going into consulting right after school, without having a lot of real-world work experience under their belt....

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Quo Vadis, Consul­ting? (3/3)

Quo Vadis, Consul­ting? (3/3)

Consulting is undergoing changes – always has, always will. We asked Larry Zeenny from the Netherlands where the industry is...

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Entre­pre­neurs are very resi­lient people

Entre­pre­neurs are very resi­lient people

Admitting to mistakes is hard, but accepting your failures is the key to good business. Nikolaus Förster asked the great and the good of German, Swiss and...

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Consul­tants talk Entre­pre­neurship: From frustrated Academic to Founder

Consul­tants talk Entre­pre­neurship: From frustrated Academic to Founder

At COMATCH, each consultant brings a unique range of experience and perspective to the table. We spoke to Max Lion Scherer about founding companies, his...

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Quo Vadis, Consul­ting? (2/3)

Quo Vadis, Consul­ting? (2/3)

Consulting is undergoing changes – always has, always will. We asked Dirk Lippold from Germany where the industry is...

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7 out of 10 CEOs Should Have their Driving Licences Revoked

7 out of 10 CEOs Should Have their Driving Licences Revoked

Should a CEO really be the only one calling the shots? Brian Petersen doesn’t think so and advocates for a more democratic approach to company leadership....

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Manage­ment of customer satis­fac­tion in the digital age

Manage­ment of customer satis­fac­tion in the digital age

Customer touchpoint management, customer experience management, consumer journey, customer decision journey, customer purchase journey. At their core, these...

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Enjoying Loss Of Power

Enjoying Loss Of Power

Can any boss really know what their company will look like in the future? When the very way we work is changing under our feet, Michael Groß doesn‘t think...

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We don’t believe in growth by all means

We don’t believe in growth by all means

As Sebastian Wossagk, Managing Partner at Acton Capital Partners knows all too well, investment is always a risk. While gaining a return on investment is of...

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The Future of Work: Trust instead of Control

The Future of Work: Trust instead of Control

How we work is changing and about time, too! The old 40-hour, 9-to-5 model is no longer fit for purpose in a modern workplace. Job-sharing allows people to...

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The chan­ging land­s­cape of consul­ting: Three new busi­ness models

The chan­ging land­s­cape of consul­ting: Three new busi­ness models

Times, they are a-changin‘, as Bob Dylan would say, and consultancy is by no means immune to the wave of flux. Prof. Dr. Ard-Pieter de Man researched...

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Flir­ting with Failure at Berlin’s FuckUp Night

Flir­ting with Failure at Berlin’s FuckUp Night

It’s a Wednesday night and Berlin’s E-Werk is quickly filling up with people. Eager crowds that queued in the sub-zero January air are now busy stashing...

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Work is not a place

Work is not a place

The need for a physical work-place is becoming obsolete, says digital culture evangelist Roland Judas. “In the past, you needed tools that were physical, a...

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Consumer 3.0: My Will Be Done

Consumer 3.0: My Will Be Done

The digital revolution is not only shaping our everyday lives, but also massively influencing the way we think and act. A crucial driver of this is the...

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Learning from Start-ups and Downs

Learning from Start-ups and Downs

To be a respected founder these days you need a little failure in your repertoire. Arthur Tolsma literally wrote the book on the subject and knows exactly what...

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Quo vadis, Consul­ting? (1/3)

Quo vadis, Consul­ting? (1/3)

Consulting is undergoing changes – always has, always will. We asked Nicolas Rousseaux from France where the industry is...

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Conve­ni­ence at your finger­tips is no longer just a phrase – it’s reality

Conve­ni­ence at your finger­tips is no longer just a phrase – it’s reality

As companies compete to make our lives easier and easier, how will consumer expectations change? And what does this spell for the future of...

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Change manage­ment is dead, long live change manage­ment

Change manage­ment is dead, long live change manage­ment

Change management is a thing of the past. This is the thesis of Olaf Hinz, Hamburg-based consultant on organisational transition. In his way of thinking,...

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