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While siloed work is tending to disappear, or at least organisations are working to make it disappear, hotbeds of resistance, often led by members of Generation X, are still alive and kicking.
So we can ask ourselves, is the operation of the silo really dead or does it have a real advantage? If there is no benefit, then how do we blow up the silos?
We are proud to announce that Bruno Lescoeur and Dagmar Rehm have been appointed as Advisory Board members of Copper Oak.
Gregoire Dusausoy, Managing Partner at Copper Oak UK Ltd. attended the Transition - Monaco Forum where entrepreneurs, cities, communities, NGOs and countries reinvent business models and aim to a Cleantech revolution through an energy transition.
As an engineer benefitting from more than 20 years of experience in senior management roles at large manufacturing and energy companies, Daniel lived for several years in Asia, Eastern and Western Europe. More recently, he has lead his own management consulting firm advising service manufacturers of building materials worldwide.
Copper Oak GmbH & Co. KG is pleased to announce the acquisition of a majority stake in the London based corporate advisory and corporate finance firm Direct to Capital Ltd. With its new subsidiary, Copper Oak strengthens its presence in the United Kingdom and in Europe.
As of December 15, 2017 Copper Oak Management Consulting becomes Copper Oak
We´re delighted to announce that the “Oak in O” nominated at the German Design Award 2017 has won the German Design Award Special Mention 2017 in the category Excellent Communication – Corporate Branding.
Schwierigkeiten bei der Anstellung von ausländischen Führungskräften.
Der Autor, Gilles Roux, ist Geschäftsführer der Copper Oak Management Consulting GmbH & Co. KG in Frankfurt am Main. Der Artikel erschien im AWV Special, Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Wirtschaftliche Verwaltung, im Oktober 2011.
Die demographische Entwicklung in Deutschland wird in den nächsten Jahren drei grundsätzliche Konsequenzen für deutsche Unternehmen haben.
1) Das Durchschnittsalter der Beleg-schaften wird sich erhöhen,
2) die Lohnnebenkosten werden steigen und
3) die Rekrutierung von neuem Personal wird schwieriger.