Roswitha A. van der Markt

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Roswitha A. van der Markt Roswitha van der marketRoswitha A. van der Markt is a management consultant and executive coach for HP, Siemens or SAP.

van der Markt studied humanities in Munich, Amsterdam and Pretoria and has more than 25 years of international leadership experience, including as managing partner of the world's leading consulting firm Accenture. She holds an Executive MBA from Harvard University in cooperation with MIT's Sloan School of Management (Boston, Mass.). She is also Commercial Manager (Babson College) and winner of the German University Software Award.

Since 1998 Roswitha works van der Markt as executive consultant and coach for executives of the first and second level as well as author and business speaker. Its international customer and experience background includes companies such as Accenture, Siemens, Fujitsu, Infineon, HP, Oracle, SAP, Allianz, BT, GE, Telekom, as well as outstanding medium-sized companies. As an expert in Business Transformation, Change Management, Leadership and Human Performance, as well as Strategy and Organizational Development, she manages mandates in Eastern and Western Europe and the USA.

She also held teaching assignments at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, the Otto-Friedrichs-University, Bamberg, the Technical University, Dresden, the IE Business School, Madrid and was project coach of the IEWS (Institute of EastWest Studies) and the UNESCO for multi-national projects for the economic and democratic development of Eastern Europe.

She calls herself a digital baby boomer and has been working as a digital nomad for almost 20 years.


Latest posts

Success & Management {HR magazine}

New Leadership in Global Businesses: Bye Employee Talks!

Companies such as Accenture, Adobe, Google, and Microsoft are included in the 6% list of Fortune 500 companies, which have adopted common management tools. With them, there is no more time recording, and no annual employee discussions for performance evaluation. Read more

Career & Curriculum {HR magazine}

The end of the classic career: rise, descent, change?

In times of digital transformation, careers and careers are even less “plannable” than before. The traditional successful model of a steep managerial career up to the top floors has become fragile. Previously impressive hierarchical titles are no longer meaningful and offer no guarantee of success. Instead, there are evangelists who even step down from a CEO position. A disruptive change in our thinking about career and ... Read more

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Job Search & Recruiting {HR magazine}

Leadership and personnel management without staff appraisal: People First?

The topic of employee appraisal apparently hits a nerve in many staff. Our Contribution New Leadership in Global Business: Bye Employee Interview! was retrieved over 3 times within 11.000 days. Most of the readers' comments confirmed the rather demotivating effect of the annual staff appraisal. But what is happening in Germany's executive floors? Read more

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Digital & New Work {HR magazine}

New Work and Digital Work: Wake Up German Managers!

Accenture, Google and Microsoft have been showing for years how a “limitless workplace” can work. In Germany, on the other hand, managers already have problems with the virtual workplace, let alone with global networks. Above all, it is the managers who stick to old patterns of thought and organization, how work is determined and organized. Read more

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Success & Management {HR magazine}

The VW scandal and competitive values: “Made in Germany” = high-performance fraud?

The VW scandal led not only the world market leader, but the entire automobile industry into the crisis. The DAX has also suffered. Digitization is not enough. The software, the bits and bytes, has a structure and a system, which generates value, but no values. Values ​​are, however, decisive competitive factors. Read more

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Digital & New Work {HR magazine}

Efficient virtual management: 7 success factors

Virtual cooperation therefore lives from the few, but intensive face-to-face meetings, such as digital “management by walking around”, in which the technology (Skype, chats, video conferences) is used for personal conversations. Read more

Digital & New Work {HR magazine}

Virtual Leadership and HR Management: "It's all about people"

There is a big problem with virtual collaboration: we are and remain social beings. “How does leadership work in such an open structure when I don't see my people?” ask superiors. “How should you perceive my performance?” the employees want to know. There are answers for that. Read more

Digital & New Work {HR magazine}

Agile leadership and the end of the hierarchy: trust wins

Google, Microsoft, WordPress let their employees choose when and where they work. They do not have their own permanent job. Your workplace is your laptop with smartphone, seven days a week, 24 hours worldwide. But how does leadership work digitally globally? Read more