We are pleased to present new project examples of our daily work at acondas on our homepage, which will give you deeper insight into both the diversity of industries and the variety of topics we address in our daily project work. In the future, we aim to update the practical examples and add new content on a regular basis.
Would you like to know what our day-to-day project work at acondas looks like? As implementation experts and specialists in project management, we support various departments, business units and Inhouse Consulting units of large German companies as well as selected mid-sized niche players in managing a variety of complex change topics. Today, we work with numerous companies, mainly in energy and water supply, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and life science, transport and logistics as well as industrial goods. Over the last few years, our consultants have been supporting our clients in several forward-looking projects, helping them to bring each project to a successful conclusion. The scope of our project work ranges from organizational topics such as reorganization, carve-out, integration, compliance management or corporate culture change, to the realization of digitization and innovation projects, transformation, and process optimization, and even supporting the construction of an offshore wind farm.
Regarding the planning, steering and conceptual implementation of challenging change projects, our clients benefit from our long-term project experience and the unique way we work at acondas. For us, interacting closely with the client is the key to a successful project implementation. To accomplish this, our generalists work in integrated project teams shoulder on shoulder with our clients on a wide range of topics such as Business Development, Organizational Development, HR, Controlling, Accounting & Finance, Mergers & Acquisitions, and Legal & Compliance.
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