»Developing perspectives that make a difference.«

Dr. Nicole Riemer

  • Partner at osb international
  • Strategy development and change management
  • Consulting and support for management teams in change processes
  • Development and implementation of new organizational designs and business processes
  • Team building

Recent consulting activities

  • Consulting for management teams on strategy development and organizational design
  • Development of business models and establishment of new business units
  • Supporting strategic realignment projects in companies and organizational units
  • Development and implementation of new business processes and agile working methods
  • Organizational and process analysis
  • Team building for newly-formed teams and to re-alignment of goals and objectives
  • Executive training with primary focus on entrepreneurship, strategy development and change management
  • Consulting for investors on evaluating and developing start-ups

Professional background

  • Diplom degree in business administration at Handelshochschule Leipzig and Brigham Young University, UT/USA
  • PhD on "Network Management" at Helmut-Schmidt-University Hamburg
  • Further training in systemic consulting and change management
  • Start-up coach for investors and entrepreneurs
  • Head of department "New Projects" at Premiere Medien, Bertelsmann
  • Managerial consultant for strategic and business development in TIMES-markets
  • Commissioned lecturer at several universities on entrepreneurship and change management

»Open-mindedness, the perception of potential and opportunities, and trust in one’s personal resources are the most important drivers for effective action.«

osb-i content for Dr. Nicole Riemer

  • 27. November 17 ─ Readtime: 1 min.
    Hendrikje Kühne
    Dr. Nicole Riemer

    Agilität als Antwort

    Mit Agilität ist nun ein neuer Hype in die Diskussion gekommen. Wir haben im Rahmen unserer…

  • 27. October 15 ─ Readtime: 3 min.
    Dr. Nicole Riemer

    Segeln "auf Sicht" – nicht nur in Veränderungsprozessen

    "Es war einmal ziemlich schön, Chef zu sein..." beginnt die BrandEins ihr Heft zum Schwerpunkt…