We are working with national and international clients covering a broad range of services from the corporate level of strategy development to the operational level of training design.
amucon is equipped with a solid insight to the corporate learning and development world, reaching out to diverse industries. Clients include Fortune 500 companies as well as start-up’s.
Our foremost interest is to enrich your business capabilities. We care for your long-term success and focus on your leadership as well as your organizational entropy. We help you to unlock and leverage your organisational capability and to measure progress of your organizational transformation.
He founded the corporate learning function at Erste Group with its core brand Erste School of Banking and Finance, based on his experience from his role as co-founder of Volkswagen’s corporate university AutoUni.
Dr. Mueller is professor of people management at Kempten University, where he also serves as Co-Chair of the Institute for Digital Learning, earlier he has been lecturer at UCV Caracas and TU Braunschweig.
He has been Fellow of the Executive Corporate Learning Forum ECLF and Vice President of the European Corporate Learning Association (E-CLA) . He is Member of the Academy of Management, and accredited as a consultant for Hogan personality assessments, Belbin team roles, Barrett’s Cultural Transformation Tools, Human Synergistic’s Organisational Effectiveness Inventory and other psychometric instruments.
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Based on a partnership with UK based Ashridge business school, amucon designed a leadership program for mid-managers in a multinational group. Meeting the restrictions of their busy agendas, leaders in this company were equipped with current leadership ideas, ranging from resonant leadership to strategic management. Participants were transferring their learnings into real business plans, which form the basis of their continuous success.
The photo shows a view of the gardens at Ashridge.
What is learning more than training? How can we bring the corporate values to life? Is there something like global leadership behaviours?
Questions like these led a client to a review of its learning architecture. On the way to establish a corporate university, this Fortune 500 company utilized amucon for a cross-check of their planned direction.
Is a specific business challenge inducing a specific organisational design? Does an organisational culture need specific organisational entities?
amucon helped to setup a global database of corporate learning organisations. The client, a UK start-up company, is approaching corporate clients as well as providers or researchers with an insight to large multinationals. Dossiers give a qualitative view on strategy, people, structures, and relevant projects.
They include an overview of the learning function based on Roland Deiser’s Corporate University Structures.
Know your strengths? Know development areas on which to improve? Well then, what next?
For a leading professional services company, amucon has co-developed a library of more than 200 development interventions to inspire leadership development. It reflects the 70:20:10 model of learning and covers a variety of experiential learning, enhancing the traditional advice to develop leadership skills, organize a management training, find a coach or mentor or enroll for executive education.
The image shows the Rolex Learning Center at EPFL Lausanne, which hosts the EPFL library and serves as a learning and communication hub for other university services.
Almost all companies want to grow through innovation. Only a handful, however, seem to capture innovation in a way that stimulates growth. Why is this?