Current developments such as digitalization, global climate change, global supply chains and increasing protectionism are both a challenge and an opportunity. With new ways of innovation and market development, new business models, products and/or services can be positioned in the domestic and international market. To achieve this, people are the most important factor for success. With their skills and competencies, they change the organization, expand existing co-operations and develop new target markets.
For more than 40 years, Export-Akademie Baden-Württemberg has been supporting companies and organizations in raising their innovation potential and successfully positioning themselves in the market. The IMLead® concept of Integrated Management & Leadership management developed by the Export-Akademie forms the framework for the consulting and training programs. This concept brings together the different perspectives of technology, digitization processes, competence development and sustainable management & leadership.
With our management tools and blended-learning trainings we support companies nationally and internationally in their transformation to an innovative and sustainable organization. In order to provide our customers with individual and goal-oriented support in the local language and with country-specific know-how, we closely work together with our international partners. Together with them, we have established so-called “Centers of Excellence” world-wide.
Prof. Dr. Rolf Pfeiffer, founder and partner of Export-Akademie Baden-Württemberg, describes our competencies as follows: “We are one of the leading consulting companies for modern and competitive corporate management in an international context. Our expertise lies in cybernetic corporate management according to the IMLead® concept and in the implementation of benchmarking projects and potential analyses. We share our bundled know-how with our customers, develop implementation-oriented action strategies together with them and accompany them during the target-oriented implementation.”