Only those who are prepared to recognise and name problems can solve them in a goal-oriented way.
A project includes not only a vision and an assessment of the opportunities and risks, but also a consideration of the problems that are already known or anticipated. Dealing with them openly is crucial and shows whether they turn out to be solvable difficulties, resistances and challenges in the course of the project or whether they represent serious obstacles.
In more than 25 years of working with our clients, I have been able to show that it is possible to be in the same boat when it comes to rail transport, and that unadorned problem analyses are target-oriented on the joint path to a successful project.
Education and career
Studied technical computer science at the University of Applied Sciences in Cologne, Gummersbach department, specialising in parallel simulation of continuous systems on transputers, graduated with a degree in computer science
Employee in a software company
since autumn 1995
external employee at Intraplan in the project on “revenue sharing procedures”
since summer 1996
Intraplan Consult GmbH, Munich