Tag: organisational development

The digital transformation does not stop at personnel development

Since April 2019, Tanja and Frank Ninnemann are equal shareholders and managing directors of the training- and consulting company, Machwürth Team International (MTI). The freelance journalist, Andrej Winter, spoke with them about their plans and intentions. Weiterlesen “The digital transformation does not stop at personnel development” »

Interview with Tanja and Frank Ninnemann – Addition to the MTI management

The digital transformation does not stop at personnel development.

Since April 2019, Tanja and Frank Ninnemann are equal shareholders and managing directors of the training- and consulting company, Machwürth Team International (MTI). The freelance journalist, Andrej Winter, spoke with them about their plans and intentions.

Machwürth Team International expands the management board

With Tanja and Frank Ninnemann, MTI steers to growth course

From April 2019, Tanja and Frank Ninnemann are equal shareholders and managing directors of the training- and consulting company in Visselhövede, which counts to the most prestigious in the German speaking countries.

“It is time to take the diverse tasks and growth opportunities on the market into account and to place the responsibility onto more shoulders”, so Hans-Peter Machwürth, founder of the consulting company.

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Strategic cooperation between MTI China and EunaCon

Strategic cooperation between MTI China and EunaCon

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Company-specific tailored solutions and global support for the implementation of your company‘s strategy

Dear reader,

in times of digital transformation, agile organisation and VUCA, it is indispensable to refer to high-performance external partners with a large range of services.

On that basis, MTI China and EunaCon agreed on a strategic cooperation. Both companies bring years of experience in the China business and can successfully build packages of services there.

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