Methods & Tools

One of the basic characteristics of a Transformation Engineer is to think analytically and systematically, as well as to proceed methodically clean in order to develop innovative and practicable solutions at the same time. A large repertoire of methods & tools forms the basis for our transformation engineering.  Depending on the problem, objective and task definition, appropriate methods and tools are used.

Collected, tested, further developed and newly conceived in the Transformation Think Tank, all participants in a transformation project can benefit from the methods and tools used when it comes to achieving practical results.

Transformation Engineering
  • Value Proposition Canvas
  • Business Model Canvas
  • Transformation Canvas
  • Project Canvas
  • Value Chain
  • Work Breakdown
  • Principles of System Theory
  • Scientrix
Committed People
  • OKR
  • SCRUM
  • SAFe
  • Vision & Mission Setting
  • Interdisciplinary Teambuilding
  • Task and issue related working
  • KVP
Collaborative Organization
  • OKR
  • SCRUM
  • SAFe
  • Projectplace
  • JIRA collabware
  • MS Teams
  • Kanban
Mature Processes
  • Visual Process Mapping
  • Value Chain
  • BPMN 2.0
  • Process Modeling
Innovative Technology
  • IT Landscaping, e.g. FitSM
  • Enterprise Architecture Frameworks, e.g. TOGAF
  • Enterprise Architecture Management Tools, e.g. LeanIX
Connected Information
  • UCC Concepts
  • IoT Architecture
Agile & Lean Principles
  • 5S
  • Kanban
  • KPIs
  • PDCA Cycle
  • SMART Goals
  • SCRUM
  • SAFe
  • 2-Pizza Teams
  • OKR (Objective & Key Results)
  • Design Thinking Methods
Design Thinking & Visualization
  • Visual Minutes
  • Visual Facilitating
  • Rich Pictures
  • Persona
  • Customer & User Journey Mapping
  • Customer Empathy Map
  • Prototyping
  • Emotion Cards
Digital Mindset
  • Digital Customer Centricity
  • Persona
  • User Stories
  • Customer & User Journey Mapping
  • Lean Startup
  • Design Thinking
  • Business Model Canvas
  • Co-Creation