As teams in large corporate organizations face complex issues with multiple layers, diverse stakeholders, no prior precedent, and endless response options, traditional planning processes and change management approaches may prove limiting, being designed for a “predict and control” environment rather than a “sense and respond” one.
Consequently, stress and dysfunction may occur within the organization. To successfully navigate complex business contexts, human interactions and effective communication are critical. In this context, Helmut proposes utilizing the Integrated Business Planning (IBP) process or other significant transformational change initiatives to encourage the best self-behaviors while reducing or eliminating shadow behaviors in big corporate organizations.
Helmut has introduced the innovative “Integrated Business Sensing (iBsing)” framework, which prioritizes the human and organizational factors of Integrated Business Planning (IBP) and business transformation. As a seasoned Supply Chain professional, he has led significant improvements in E2E Supply Chain within large corporate organizations across FMCG, Pharma, and Medical Devices. Since 2019, Helmut has been running his own business, supporting and mentoring transformation teams in major corporate organizations through Integrated Business Planning (IBP) implementations, system implementations, and other critical business transformations.
In this week’s DD, Helmut will bring us into the conversation about enabling and developing best-self behaviours in the workplace.
Hosted by EQ Lab co-founders Dr. Richard Claydon and Oscar Venhuis, Dialogic Drinks is the kind of private and philosophical discussion you have in a coffee shop or bar. There is no demand to find a solution to a problem. Insights and learnings emerge from participating in the facilitated discussion with individuals from all over the world.