The Beratergruppe Neuwaldegg has been around since 1980. We have the experience of working with hundreds of companies and thousands of managers – in international groups, SMEs, start-ups, non-profit organisations and family businesses in all sectors.
Our founders co-founded the systemic consulting approach at the Wiener Schule (Vienna Circle) in the 1980s and constantly developed it in discourse with Niklas Luhmann, Siggi Hirsch, Robert Fritz, Fritjof Capra, Mathias Varga von Kibed, Dirk Baecker, Marshal Rosenberg, Gunther Schmidt, Gerald Hüther, Fredmund Malik, Fred Kofman, Helmut Wilke, Basam Tibi and many others.
Everything we use with clients, is tested by us beforehand. So we are a laboratory for new approaches in organisation and management. We reflect on our clients’ projects to form theories and publish in professional articles and books. We pass our knowledge on in our further training courses and at conferences.
One important milestone in our history was examining new management systems that are better suited to increasing complexity from the beginning of the 2010s. This culminated in the introduction of holacracy in 2012 – Neuwaldegg has been self-organised since then.
Following the first systemic approach phase from 1980 to 2010, we are now in the middle of the next phase: the fundamental transformation of work towards a purpose-driven,
self-organised, digitalised organisation. We are driving its further development that takes account of the systemic approach.