Ulrich Beckmann is an expert in software-based employee feedback, customer feedback and market research. Ulrich Beckmann has been managing director of the enterprise feedback management specialist Questback since 2015. He has in-depth knowledge in the IT sector and several years of sales experience in large customer business and medium-sized companies. Until the beginning of 2011, he headed QlikTech GmbH, based in Düsseldorf, for the DACH association. Before joining QlikTech, Beckmann held responsible positions within international BI and software companies such as Hyperion and PTC. Before Questback, the business informatics graduate worked successfully in the IT industry as an independent management consultant specializing in expert consulting, coaching and interim management. In his free time, he cultivates a wide range of interests and also benefits privately from positive ambition, his strength and his understanding of fairness: the married one The father of two sons aged 9 and 12 is a keen athlete. In addition to winter sports, he enjoys running, playing tennis or soccer and is also a passionate motorcycle driver.
Well-trained employees work happier and more motivated because the training reduces frustration in the workplace. It is important to invest here. 9 tips for the right training. Why is employee training so important? Whether they are newcomers with no experience or managers who have been with the company for years - they must be among yours Read more
“The struggle for talent”, “Skilled workers in short supply”, “The human factor”, “Human Capital Management” - the shortage of skilled workers is a long-running issue in German media. Often one reads terms and phrases that make the said “specialists” appear as faceless, freely malleable mass. Why is it difficult for companies to convince employees? How high is the need for skilled workers in the various markets Read more
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