We are showing that it all fits together: a major enterprise and a start-up mentality, traditional methods and innovation, personal responsibility and performance. Trust, respect, diversity and above all responsibility remain the key to success even in these digital times.
What our colleagues say
Paul Hess, Corporate Communications at Schwab
“In the course of the Kulturwandel, we developed the idea for opening an outlet for our Sheego brand. The project was conceived and then implemented by trainees. It was just amazing that we were given the trust as trainees to manage the project on our own.”
Marina Jozić, Marketing Assistant, EOS Slovenia
“If a colleague has a problem with a difficult project, it is not their problem. It's everybody's. We're not lone wolves anymore.”
Tobias Krüger, Division Manager Kulturwandel 4.0, Otto Group Holding
“It is not a matter of generation or hierarchy when it comes to comprehending what the Kulturwandel is all about, it’s just a question of type. Some of the most ardent supporters of the Kulturwandel have been working in our company for decades.”
What is important for us
Space for innovative ideas, personal responsibility and the chance to learn from mistakes: an open culture of feedback is the best expression of genuine appreciation. Common values shape our corporate culture and characterise our collaboration.
We offer a multifaceted working environment for all age groups, for women and men, for people of different nationalities, religions and sexual orientation, with and without disabilities. For us, people count in their diversity – and everyone stands to benefit from this.
Digitisation is changing the world of work and we have adopted a proactive approach to this change. Under the concept of Kulturwandel 4.0, we have embarked on an exciting journey that also gives us a new sense of belonging.