Invitation to the Boardroom Lunch by German Chamber of Commerce to learn about foryouandyourcustomers’ organisational approach
The ‘Exploded View’ model by foryouandyourcustomers offers companies a practical tool to develop answers to today’s challenges and take an active role in digital change.”
How can a company develop faster? What is the impact of corporate civilisation and culture? Let’s talk about contemporary organisations and about foryouandyourcustomers as an example.
Is there a causal connection that the brightest and most committed people want to work for the best employer and that the best results are achieved for their customers? The 14 cells within the foryouandyourcustomers group are among the best employers in Europe and Australia. Without headquarters, each with its own managing directors and employees, they function as independent entities and organise themselves with a high degree of autonomy in such a way that they contribute to other cells and at the same time are able to thrive autonomously. The values of foryouandyourcustomers are: surprisingly simple, relationship building, pioneering, thought through, and simply integral. foryouandyourcustomers considers paid work time as a part of life time and as a good opportunity for personal development. Employees organise themselves with a high degree of autonomy, meaning that they learn, often teach and make a contribution that benefits the business.
Welcome and Introduction
Lunch is served (during the event)
Insights and experiences in foryouandyourcustomers’ organisational approach
Jonathan Moeller, founder at foryouandyourcustomers
Questions and answers; dialogue about your experiences on contemporary organisations.
End of Event, Networking
Founder of foryouandyourcustomers
Since starting his first company at the age of 16, Jonathan has been striving to utilise entrepreneurial ways that build great collaboration among people. He founded eight companies, is the author of the book “Multichannel Guidelines”, and developed several tools and methods. Together with his wife and their three children they live in Zurich, Switzerland.