Claudia Simon

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Claudia Simon Claudia SimonClaudia Simon is Managing Director of VISTEM GmbH & Co. KG.

She is a corporate consultant for strategy and organizational development in companies and advises national and international companies in their growth development together with a team of experts.

Simon completed an apprenticeship as an industrial clerk and studied business administration at the University of Applied Sciences Worms. After completing her training as a paralegal and assistant to senior management in major law firms, where she helped implement a management system, for example, she led the training and consulting department of a law firm software company.

In addition to her work as a company consultant, Caudia Simon coordinates the network of German-speaking experts, users and interested parties on the theory of constraints.

Website

https://www.vistem.eu

Latest posts


Success & Management {HR magazine}

Driving change management and great ideas: 5 steps from risk to opportunity

In order to demonstrate the usefulness of an idea, it must be communicated convincingly. Thinking and communication tools such as the logic of causality from the Theory of Constraints ensure that the transformation of great ideas succeeds. Read more


Success & Management {HR magazine}

Communicating Innovation and Change: 5 Visualization Tips

In disruptive times, the challenge of distinguishing great ideas from less great ones is growing. In the individual presentation, consideration and assessment it pays to apply thinking tools such as the cause-effect principle. Read more


Success & Management {HR magazine}

Multitasking time management on a personal level: bad for employees and companies

Our digital devices leave us no peace. If we do not follow our work, then we are privately social media. And it feels best when we combine the two. Without limits and understanding! Read more


Success & Management {HR magazine}

Change and appreciation of team members: method vs. relationship

Change management ensures meaningful planning processes in the company. Successful implementation depends crucially on a reliable relationship between the people involved. Then appreciation arises where else devaluation threatens. Read more

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Success & Management {HR magazine}

Change Management and Transformation in Business: 10 Tips for Sustainable Change

A company must recognize opportunities and make decisions in order to realize necessary changes quickly and sustainably. This increases the benefits for its stakeholders, increases its own attractiveness and contributes to the development of the markets. 10 tips on how to do that. Read more


Success & Management {HR magazine}

Change: invest properly in 4 steps

In order to recognize its potential and to be able to develop it in the market, it is important for companies to successfully shape change processes by first initiating them and then continuously optimizing them. This is not possible without investments! Read more

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Success & Management {HR magazine}

Change: change management in 6 steps

Change is easier said than done: each implementation has only a limited timeframe to consolidate the changes in the company. If the processes are not anchored before the next earthquake, the initiative will sooner or later get into trouble. Read more