Oliver Grasl co-founded transentis in 1997 and has been managing partner ever since.
After reading mathematics and theoretical physics at Cambridge University and the University of Innsbruck, and a brief foray into software development, he later specialized in business engineering at the University of St. Gallen (Executive MBA, Dr. oec.).
Oliver’s personal mission is to help his clients to explore, re-design and transform their enterprises.
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Distribution of companies in Germany according to company revenue class (in 2018)*
Distribution of employees in Germany according to company revenue class (in 2018)**
Adaptive enterprises are highly flexible and have the ability to transform or adjust in almost real-time by altering routines and practices in response to changes in the economic environment.
Adaptive enterprises continuously reinvent themselves before becoming obsolete.
Adaptive enterprises explore the future while exploiting the present.
Successful companies founded in the 19th century: Bosch, Siemens, General Electric, Johnson & Johnson, DuPont, ...
The scale of transformation has increased - not just products and services but the entire enterprise.
Ever shorter, faster transformation cycles: "continuous transformation"
Technology as enabler - not just for the enterprise, but also for enterprise transformation itself.
"Double Loop Learning"
Execution & Standardization Capability
Decision Making Capability
The essence behind prototyping is to inspire and validate your thinking and your designs.
Get feedback from your stakeholders as early as possible
Use sketches & diagrams, visual models, simulations, mock-ups, walkthroughs, storytelling & playacting ... whatever fits the situation.
Establish prototyping as a permanent activity.
Build an accurate, real-time representation of the business ("Digital Twin")
Observe and measure you entire ecosystems: customers, partners, internal processes and structures, factor markets,…
Use simulations and ML to classify patterns and test future scenarios
Not just "tangibles", but also relationships between them and your corporate knowledge
Overcome organisational silos
Build a flexible digital core
Continuously search for new business models
6 out of 10 investments lose money
3 out of 10 investments show some performance
4 out of 1000 show large performance
*Return distribution in US Venture Capital 2004-2013,
as found in "The Invincible Company"/Osterwalder
Most organisations are at risk of harboring "organisational silos", because departments are split along functional specialisations and then split again into management hierarchies.
Underpin entire "customer journeys"
Automate your processes
Make your enterprise "computable"
Avoid technical debt
Regularly adapt vision and purpose it to the demands of the economic environment.
Vision & Purpose
Network of empowered teams
Computable business ecosystem
Rapid "double loop" transformation
Adaptive, transformative mindset
Avoid technical debt
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