Marcus Diekmann is an entrepreneur, investor, enterprise evangelist (consultant!) and also active for a good cause with Job Aid Ukraine. Diekmann says of himself that he is the "worst project manager and worst organizer of all time". But at least imaginative, he says - and as a business graduate.
How shall this be understood? Diekmann cites Rose Bikes as an example. The family business is well over 100 years old. A traditional company that had some catching up to do, especially in online trading. Diekmann was commissioned to do this. "We were active in 13 countries and decided in four weeks to go out of five because we said: It's better to win in eight instead of being a bit successful in 13," he explains his strategy, which he first used as managing director and now has successfully implemented as an advisory board member for the company.
"I'm the guy who sets out, who goes forward together with the team and is always responsible for the transformation," says the Munsterlander about himself. How he does it, what he gets upset about in Germany and how he works with Job Aid Ukraine is currently helping refugees, he says in the new episode of "So techt Deutschland".
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