Digital Fitness – training for the digital future

Understanding digital technologies and related transformations is becoming more important every day. Nevertheless, digital competencies are not yet sufficiently available in many areas. Digital competence here does not primarily mean finding the right buttons in an application, but developing a better understanding of digitization as a whole. This understanding helps generating new ideas and accelerating digital projects. It not only supports the use of new technologies and applications, but also facilitates the further improvement of processes and products with digital tools. In particular, improved Digital Fitness significantly accelerates digitization projects, as there is a fundamentally better understanding of the need for and speed of change. This also improves the willingness to take on new challenges and learn new things.
If you too would like to improve the basis and fitness for your digital transformation, we would be happy to work together to develop a specific approach and a suitable format for your current challenges.

Possible content and questions as an example:

  • What is a smart factory?
  • How is collaboration between humans and machines developing?
  • What will I have to do with Big Data and Artificial Intelligence in the future?
  • What skills will be important in the future?
  • What do all the digital terms actually mean?
  • How does blended learning work?


  • What do we need to start a TRANSFORMATION?
  • What do we have to pay attention to when planning?
  • How do we shape the different phases?
  • How do we accompany the changes? What kind of Management of Change is needed?
  • How do we ensure co-creation, ACCEPTANCE and conviction?
  • How do we ensure sustainable success?
  • How do we become sustainable and ensure success in the long term?
  • How do we ensure that we are able to deal well with CHANGES in the world and in the market?
  • What does this mean for our employees and executives?
  • Management of Change: Basics and Elements
  • Estimate and plan resistance and reluctance using the force field analysis
  • How to truly involve employees instead of taking them with you or getting them on board.
  • Flexible reaction and control in critical project phases
  • Know and avoid typical mistakes
  • What does NEW WORK mean?
  • Which corporate culture fits a New Work approach?
  • Does New Work need New Leadership?