Die „iD-Werkstatt“ ist der Thermomix unter den Seminarräumen: Ein flexibler und multifunktionaler Workshop Raum, gestaltet für agile Methoden, Design Thinking, gelebte Innovationskultur und große Ideen.
Founder & CEO
Beginning 2020, we emerged from the internal organizational development unit of Mercedes-Benz. Yet we still have a lot of “fuel running through our veins” and are proud of our roots.
Our strength: We have system knowledge of the corporate world and an excellent network interconnected with SMEs, consultancies and academia. As a genuine start-up, we are completely independent in terms of content and finance – that makes us agile. One could also say: We are ambidextrous.
ambidextrous boxing champion
Highest knock-out rate (87.76%) of all heavyweight world champions in the history of professional boxing.
Ambidexterity (originating from Latin ambo “both” and dextera “right hand”) means the ability to use both hands equally well. Within the framework of organizational ambidexterity, it is intended to illustrate the importance of integrating exploitation (taking advantage of what already exists) and exploration (discovering something new).
Research¹ has shown that organizations mastering ambidexterity are more successful than those lacking this ability.
Describes the ability of companies to efficiently align themselves with current business needs. This includes an efficient process design of production as well as an effective exploitation of currently available resources to ensure the short-term survival of the company.
On the other hand, there is exploration, where companies are concerned with keeping themselves fit for the future beyond the present and being well prepared for changes in the corporate environment. It is about learning, renewing and testing new markets and technologies.
Ambidextrous competencies of decision makers ensure the company’s future success. Frameworks and methods for sharpening these competencies are therefore the essential core in our business consulting services.
¹ Raisch, S. & Birkinshaw, J. (2008).
Organizational ambidexterity: Antecedents, outcomes, and moderators.
Journal of management, 34(3), 375-409.
We accompany cultural transformation and change initiatives with state-of-the-art analyses, designs and implementations.
We design creative processes and interactive formats for large and small group settings.
We support the evolution of new innovative products and services from ideation to prototyping to business models.
We coach individuals and teams on their development path and design unconventional concepts for their individual circumstances.
In a unique cooperation with our New Work partner Intraprenör¹ the first MBDX consultants were recruited. Together with our experienced senior consultants and their Mercedes-Benz background we form a diverse team in every respect.
Our consulting experience is based on a variety of backgrounds in large companies, start-ups and management consulting.
¹ HR Excellence Award 2019,
Human resources consulting
New Work Award 2018
Beyond our consultancy role, which is represented by MBDX Organisationsentwicklung GmbH, we are constantly looking to expand our portfolio by founding innovative start-ups. MBDX Organisationsentwicklung GmbH and MBDX Start-ups are bundled under the joint roof of the MBDX Consulting Group.
The start-up will focus on the Chinese organizational development and consulting market. The virtual delegation trip is a first, very specific product offer, which takes into account the current demands from the Covid-19 pandemic and at the same time exploits the possibilities of the latest digital technologies.
MBDX China offers experienced and aspiring executives from Greater China, tailor-made virtual programs. The goal is to offer network opportunities with top-class contacts, promote knowledge sharing and develop future joint business potentials.
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Handelsregister Amtsgericht Bremen HRB 34970
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