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d.quarks Playcards / Carsten Hentrich & Michael Pachmajer100% SSL-Verschlüsselung
Published in July 2018
Particle accelerators for digital transformation. Just as quarks are the fundamental particles of matter, digital change in companies is built on certain fundamental "particles." We call them d.quarks. They represent the capabilities that companies need in order to design, enable, and deliver digital value creation. The description of each d.quark covers four dimensions: organization, people and skills, processes, and technologies. Carsten Hentrich and Michael Pachmajer have discovered the d.quarks, and this deck of cards provides their first extensive description in an integrated model. Using a series of real-life examples, the authors explain how companies should use the d.quarks to go digital. d.quarks help master digital change - in any type of company.
About the authors
Michael Pachmajer is Co-Founder and Managing Director of d.quarks. d.quarks provides the platform for entrepreneurial and social transformation. Michael is a change manager, technology expert, visionary, communicator, team player, author and speaker. For him, the human being is the focus of transformation work. He is a sought-after sparring partner for entrepreneurs and leaders. His goal is to leave the comfort zone behind and finally discard traditional patterns of behaviour.
Dr. Carsten Hentrich is Co-Founder and Managing Director of d.quarks. d.quarks provides the platform for entrepreneurial and social transformation. Carsten is a technologist at heart and an architect of visions of the future, in which the power of modern technology is a central factor. His passion for the technologically feasible and economically sensible makes him a reliable sparring partner for entrepreneurs and leaders.
Hentrich and Pachmajers are creative, innovative change agents and particle accelerators for the digital transformation and accompany family businesses, large companies and start-ups in Germany and Europe into the Digital Age. They have recognized the patterns in change processes between people, organization, processes and technology. Their expertise encourages corporations to introduce new ways of thinking, acting and leading.