The whole comes before the part
Small & medium-sized enterprises
Recognising future challenges is often the trigger and driver for reviewing an existing business model or redesigning corporate strategy.
Quant supports companies and organisations in the development of strategic fields of action that enable positioning on the basis of defined values. In doing so, we show how companies can be further developed with concrete implementation measures and which financial and structural prerequisites are necessary for this.
«The whole comes before the part» – this is Quant’s conviction. Thanks to our previous experience, we can guarantee solutions that are precisely tailored to the needs of a company and turn ideas into tangible reality –
this is based on our extensive experience from numerous projects in the environment of strategy development and strategic marketing as well as know-how from international strategy projects.
On the basis of an organisational and environmental analysis, we develop contours and scenarios as approaches for successful future development. We show which activation tools can be used to sustainably anchor a successful positioning and which organisational, structural, process-related and financial prerequisites are necessary for this.
The power of crisis – revitalising growth
Within the framework of a detailed analysis, we develop a comprehensive and objective picture that is crucial for the strategic development of your organisation. For this purpose, we use the «Lazy Eight» cycle model to determine the current situation and make problems tangible.
The «Lazy Eight» illustrates the key life and renewal phases in the cycle of a living system – and thus describes a basic principle of life that applies to biological systems as well as to communication systems, from interaction in groups, organisations and companies to the most comprehensive communication system of society.
«Lazy Eight» cycle model
«Companies need new business models and must become more independent of growth. This automatically raises the question of the purpose of business: more and more profit? Or perhaps better, more socially and ecologically beneficial solutions to problems for customers and other stakeholders?»