Organisation and Processes



Organisation and structure are the be-all and end-all of any successful company and project. How efficient is the organisation of your processes and procedures?

Our services

  • Optimisation of process and line organisation

  • Project organisation

  • Organisational development

  • Project management

  • Process management

Organisation and corporate governance

Grown and often rigid organisational structures make companies inflexible - sometimes even incapable of acting. Companies cannot react quickly enough to current market and competitive requirements. Due to the incorrect distribution of capacities and resources, efficiency advantages are hardly used. Future issues are rarely in focus and growth targets are difficult to achieve.


The line tasks are offset by a large number of projects which often have to be processed and implemented simultaneously in the company. New structures and intelligent sourcing strategies help to free up capacities or make them more usable. This often makes an adjustment of the existing organisation unavoidable.



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Unser Expertentipp:

Organisations do not consist of organisational charts. They are dynamic and "living" constructs. A good organisation promotes the willingness to change.

Organisational development

Organisation as a project module for business transformations

Transformation projectsare inseparable from organisational and change management tasks. Restructuring or integration and outsourcing of service units, for example, require the adaptation of corporate organisations. Departments often need to work more closely together. Above all, however, flexibility is needed to react to trends, requirements and technologies. This requires optimised processes and methods.

Organisational optimisation not without change management

No matter what triggers have led to organisational changes, structures, processes and working models must be regularly reviewed and optimised. The successful reorganisation stands or falls with targeted change management. Tasks are redefined and distributed. Employees must be qualified to meet new requirements. Involved, qualified and above all convinced employees act as multipliers. They increase the efficiency of the new organisation many times over.

AXXCON business organization
AXXCON business organization

Definition of organisation

In addition to company organisation, this is also referred to as organisational structure. This means the optimal distribution of tasks and areas of responsibility in order to ensure functioning processes within a company (line organisation), a project (project organisation) or between companies and service partners.

Why AXXCON is your partner for organisational optimisation

Specialised in change tasks, we know the adjusting screws of various organisations to react quickly and effectively to changes. Our customers benefit from our implementation strength. We not only design strategies and organisation charts, but also play an active role. This ensures that the new structures do not only work on paper.

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AXXCON Michael Möller
Michael G. Möller

Managing Partner

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