IT Organisation & People

IT Organisation & People

The combination of organisation and people as a critical success factor

IT organisations are exposed to an enormous pressure to change. Digitisation, Big Data, agility, speed, innovation, customer and product orientation, sourcing & cloud management, demand/supply cut, as well as the human factor are currently major challenges for IT decision-makers and, at the same time, the most important drivers of change.

What is the meaning of these issues for IT organisations? How should structures and processes be adapted? How can the current (Plan, Build, Run) IT organisation be transformed in the direction of product IT and agility with cross-functional teams in end-to-end responsibility? Evolutionary stage approach or Big Bang? Do two parallel development speeds work? What will become of the laboriously established demand management? How can of innovation be successfully integrated? How do you change employees’ culture and mindset and successfully introduce agility? What new roles and skills will be required in the future?

We will help you to analyse the effects of digitalization on your IT organisation, develop an optimal target organisation and guide you step-by-step through the process of change: from blueprint to the transition. Alongside their ability to change, successful IT organisations are characterised in particular by the fact that they work. We will align strategy, structure, governance, processes, culture and staff to work out within your IT organisation.

  • Strategic realignment, design and implementation of IT organisations and Target Operating Model (TOM)
  • Management of large-scale IT transformations in the context of digitisation, agility and innovative technologies
  • Design and implementation of IT governance models
  • Introduction of IT role models and IT skill management
  • Planning of the strategic IT staffing needs – optimisation of IT processes (including demand, IT project portfolio, IT providers, IT innovation management)
  • Introduction of agile process models (e.g. SAFe) and the transfer of traditional operation and development models into agile structures and DevOps models
  • Organisation and introduction of innovation management
  • Internationalisation and globalisation of the IT organisation
  • Support of organisational changes and IT transformations through communication and change management

Contact Person

Thomas Heinevetter


We are designing the IT organisation of the future: we are getting the most important drivers such as digitisation, agility, innovation, client and product-orientation as well as the human factor into a functioning interaction and are controlling the process of IT transformation.