Why XIMES for consulting?
Solve difficult questions better together!
Our many years of cross-industry experience in working time consulting and remuneration consulting is what sets us apart:
What's more, we're the specialists. Our reference books based on practical examples are classics. The international experience, the work in more than 1,000 projects in the public and private sector as well as scientific networking give depth.
We are specialists
We find the balance
HOW is often more sustainable than WHAT.
Working time and remuneration models cannot simply be transferred from one organisation to another. In the same way, the right choice of methods for dealing with planning issues, selecting the right solution and implementing it must be found in every organisation.
Strategically, XIMES has been working for many years with an appropriate mix of specialist consulting and process consulting. IIn both cases, computer support can bring additional advantages. In addition to new technical solution approaches, we also develop innovative methods to accompany the process, such as our power session design for projects with many decision makers who have very little time resources.
Even if working time and remuneration models have to be adapted to new circumstances in the course of time, the procedure remains anchored in the organisation's wealth of experience.
We offer a unique mixture of technical and process consulting
Specialist consulting focused on factual aspects of working on the solution. The consultants' contribution of technical expertise, market knowledge and/or resources (e.g. software as a consulting tool for determining requirements and structuring working hours) dominates. A process-oriented consulting perspective puts the behaviour of the participants, the procedure and interactions, the role definitions, models and categories of observation, etc. in the foreground. In most cases, the consultants themselves have little or no influence on the content. More attention is paid to how the consultants work on these questions. Nearly every consultation process aims at a systematic way of negotiating a status quo that someone considers to be in need of improvement. While each consultation process follows its inner logic, two variants can nevertheless be distinguished: