In order to discover and forge
new paths for sustainable growth,
old patterns of thought need to be broken.
It then becomes understandable
that win-win situations and a sense of
share value thinking will provide
sustainable added value.
When searching for successful strategies to suit customers, the objective should always be to question existing paradigms. Part of that involves rethinking established approaches and current business models. Our experience has shown that innovation, uniqueness and sustainable differentiation are only possible if entrepreneurial zeal can share space with distinctive new concepts. In particular, the concept of Shared Value is designed to provide a major opportunity for our customers to create meaningful and sustainable growth. With Shared Value, the goal is to create real added value for the customer, for employees and for the greater business environment in which the company is active. Even leading management minds like Mark Kramer or Michael Porter, from Harvard Business School, are convinced that companies will only be successful in the future if they (once again) assume sincere responsibility within society.
It is therefore our objective to establish the Shared Value concept in corporate processes by finding out together what steps will have the most sweeping effects (within the context of the business area in question) in order to achieve the greatest common added value. The following concepts and forms of logic play a significant role here: