Matthias Kolbusa, computer scientist, MBA, 6-time bestselling book author and author of Harvard Business Manager, is one of the leading experts on strategy, implementation management and high-performance teams. He is also a member of the Club of Rome and a multiple graduate of Navy SEALS Boot Camps. Using enterprise-wide progress management and consistently applied OKRs, he helps top European companies execute strategies and transformations like they never thought possible. His credo: No more belief in plans, milestone mania and activity fixation - today's high-performance organization impresses with clear visions of the future with an emotional "pull effect", for which teams burn, and with disciplined implementation that makes people proud. What else is needed? The will to discomfort, mental strength and outstanding team spirit. Matthias Kolbusa's presentations inspire with a firework of unconventional impulses and make you want to break boundaries and achieve more than ever before.
High-Performance-Teams - Principles of success!
OKRs - Bad & Best Practices -
What works and often goes wrong
Principles of the Navy SEALs
for management and team performance
Consistency! Management without compromise -
Leading with clarity and sincerity
Management beyond Ego -
Leading teams to extraordinary success
"Now Reinhard Sprenger has found in Matthias Kolbusa an equal colleague in management far removed from slogans and charlatanry." Dieter Brandes, ehemaliger Aldi-Chef und Bestsellerautor
"Kolbusa has a sympathetic way of finding clear words with which he inspires leaders and makes them think." Bernhard Osburg, CEO, Thyssenkrupp Steel Europe AG
"Matthias Kolbusa takes you out of your comfort zone. He's uncomfortable in the best sense." Dr. Richard Lutz, CEO, Deutsche Bahn AG
"Matthias Kolbusa always manages to get to the heart of complex management issues and provide food for thought." Dr. Leo Birnbaum, Mitglied des Vorstands, E.ON SE
"Implementation speed is becoming a competitive advantage in itself. Matthias Kolbusa shows how to develop this competitive competence." Achim Berg, Partner General Atlantic und ehem. Board Member, Microsoft Int.
"Very pointed and thought-provoking." Hartmut Jenner, CEO, ALFRED KÄRCHER GmbH
Impulses and motivation