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INNOVATIVE. DISRUPTIVE. ADAPTIVE.
Every company is able to benefit from the digital transformation – with the right know-how, skills and tools to navigate through this revolution. As a team of consultants
rooted in the digital economy, we set out to make the most of the opportunities ahead for our clients. Nunataks are mountains that grow continuously. In an Inuit language,
the word means ‘signpost’.
Nunatak has been a strategic partner of the foundation Managers Without Borders for almost a year. The foundation organises project consulting with managers from German and other European businesses...
Here is a quick multiple-choice quiz: How many prototypes did engineer James Dyson build before launching the first bagless vacuum cleaner in 1993?
Do you think...
Change management and innovation are considered to be the hottest buzz words in future-oriented parts of industry. But it's not only medium-sized companies and start-ups that are modernising to the...
Imagine the following: A Deutsche Bank employee runs out of pencils, notepads, or batteries for his computer mouse. How will he ensure supplies in 2019? Does he send an e-mail, as has been customary...
A hierarchical corporate structure, strict 9to5 working hours and rigid processes that have been in place for many years - all of this no longer fits into the year 2019. More and more customers are...
Premiere of our exclusive event series: In a very relaxed atmosphere, our managing directors Robert Jacobi and Rupert Schäfer opened the first Nunatak afterwork event. The hot topic of the evening:...
“If software is eating the world, we might as well have a glass of wine.” That was the motto at the “House of Beautiful Business” (HoBB), a rather unusual conference that took place in Lisbon...
“Engage! Shaping Media Tech Society”. This was the claim of this year’s communication and media trade fair “Medientage München”. From the Nunatak perspective, the melding of the...
Nunatak Update Paper
The American Thomas Alva Edison was one of the greatest innovators in modern history. Credits for the telegraph, the phonograph and the distribution of the light bulb belong to him. However, Edison enriched the world with many more ideas. In his 84 years of living, he applied for 1093 patents, almost 70 in 1884, a new invention every five days. Were they all implemented? No. Did he make mistakes? Plenty. However, Edison never lost his determination...
Digital Coaching - Nunatak Academy