As managers we see ourselves as facilitators and encourage independent thinking and acting. We don’t think we know everything better and openly share our wealth of experience. We actively accept and promote a healthy error management culture and are convinced that every mistake is an opportunity to learn and do better.
We build long-term relationships based on mutual trust and talk to all levels of the company, from ‘top to shop floor’. We believe that everyone in their own position can make a significant contribution to the success of the company. It is also important to show everyone what their specific contribution to the overall result is and how important it is to make it!
At the same time, we can also assert ourselves, lay the course in difficult crisis situations and thus provide guidance in times of uncertainty. Our strength: we act consistently and overcome internal and external resistance. We keep our eyes on the big picture, even when things get complicated.
As interim managers, we are adaptable and analytically trained for speed. We look at your problem through your eyes, search for suitable solutions and implement them directly! It goes without saying that results and our actions are always ethically correct.
She is structured, assertive, in close contact with all stakeholders and highly familiar with operational issues. Her strengths lie in a pragmatic approach and clear, reliable communication. This helps her quickly establish a solid foundation of trust within the company during the change process.
Susanne Brüggemann looks back on more than 25 years of management experience as a chemical engineer in an international group and has led both restructuring and strategic reorientation in industrial and technological business areas – including at an international level.
He is diplomatic and effective at implementing solutions, always strategically oriented and deeply familiar with the operational issues in the company. Its strengths lie in a committed approach and fast implementation. This creates a high level of acceptance among employees and managers in the change process.
For ten years, Thomas Pluch has been successful in interim management for SMEs and is specialised on family businesses. Prior to that, he gained 15 years of international management experience in various technological industries and positions in Germany, Austria, Asia, the USA, and South America.