1999 - 2018 Making of Systems Thinking, Smart Logistics & Smart Mobility
How physical and digital mobility enhances business networks and corporate growth ...
Dr. Barbara Flügge worked in global trade, customs as a service, product as a service and setup ecosystems thinking to sustain future growth.
She encourages more than 160.000 readers, students and longlive learners, project teams and decision makers.
2018 - 2021 Making of MOBILITY MOVES MINDS
How resilient is your business ...
Barbara asked this question when quitting SAP and 16.5 years of corporate life, leaving a Silicon Valley startup and Strategy Consultancies behind
How can you as medium sized and large corporation grow again ...
We wanted to better understand the "mobility capacity" of corporations
We kicked off MOBILITY MOVES MINDS by end of 2018 ...
To get to know why physical mobility and digital solutions are not sufficient to make a company grow
We identified a triad of corporate mobility namely physical, digital, and mental mobility
We turned the focus back on the people that make companies create, invent, and grow
We learned how people are impacting a company's capability to see more than "just" an incident
In our community project we revealed a connect between individual resilience and corporate growth capacity
Over 2.5 years we focused on the why that make individuals impact corporate state of play
Barbara identified what corporations could do to enhance their portfolio
Barbara designed the how, a practical toolset that fosters the resilience of corporations
Barbara involved 20 individuals from more than 15 organizations - all of them have a strong business and strong social acumen
MOBILITY MOVES MINDS introduces a novel practitioner oriented corporate strategy
MMM identifies the resilience level of any individual
MMM helps you protect your business better to external and internal incidents
MMM provides a toolset - the R-Tool® - that scores your actions and help you grow again
MMM R-Tool® can be applied right away - it helps you get started - and move on ...