Successful through up-to-date know-how
Rest assured that our solution competence is always 'state-of-the-art'. This is what you can expect from us. For this, we maintain partnerships with leading IT solutions and product providers. This way, we obtain knowledge of product developments early on and have direct access to the solutions expertise of our partners. Both we ourselves and our customers profit from this.
We maintain a lively exchange and contact with the world of science and research via partnerships and concrete cooperations with universities and institutions of higher learning as well as with individuals in the science industry.
In the areas of culture and futurology, we have unusual and inspiring friends and partners.
In order to meet today's demands for fast, flexible and transparent planning, conventional planning models and tools often reach their limits.
Valsight, an innovative company based in Berlin, Germany, offers a lean and efficient software for exactly such purposes, focusing on the essentials. The claim of Valsight is to provide companies with tools for Agile Performance Management to enable future-oriented corporate management in real time.
Strategic knowledge for the economy of tomorrow
The Future Institute (Zukunftsinstitut) was founded in 1998, and has had a considerable impact on trend research and futurology in Germany right from the start. Today, the Institute is considered one of the most influential think tanks of European trend research and futurology.
The question we are dealing with on a daily basis is posed quite simply: Which changes - which trends and mega trends - are putting their mark on our present and which conclusions can be drawn from this for the future of society, businesses and culture? The answers are, at times, complex, but we always make it our task to render change comprehensible, to moderate it, and to consider the future as an opportunity.
noventum consulting is committed professionally and regionally in numerous societies and associations whose work we value and are pleased to help carry. In addition to [taking advantage of] opportunities to exchange experiences and thereby opportunities for an informal know-how transfer, we also feel an obligation to societal involvement and therefore contribute actively. We are co-organisers at congresses and other events; our experts present specialised lectures, and we actively participate in panels and working groups.
BITKOM is the organ of the IT, telecommunications, and new media industries. BITKOM represents more than 1,300 companies, of which approx. 950 are direct members. These include virtually all global players as well as 600 powerful medium-sized enterprises. The BITKOM members generate revenues of 135 billion Euros and export high-tech at a value of 50 billion Euros. BITKOM represents approx. 90 percent of the German ITC market.
BITKOM constitutes a huge, powerful network and unites the best minds and companies of the digital world. BITKOM organises a continuous exchange between specialist and executives and provides its members with platforms for cooperation amongst one another as well as for the contact with important customers.
The creation of innovation-friendly framework conditions is BITKOM's highest priority. Education and prospective specialists, Green IT, e-Government, e-Health, medium-sized enterprise policy, copyright, safety/security and trust, software technologies, consumer electronics, climate protection and sustainability as well as a new telecommunications and media regulation are at the core of the political agenda of BITKOM. In the spirit of the digital convergence, BITKOM is promoting the cooperation of all companies with a relationship to ITC.
The Association Supply Chain Management, Procurement and Logistics (BME), founded in 1954, is the leading professional association for supply chain managers, buyers and logisticians in Germany and Central Europe. We see ourselves as a service for our members who belong to all industrial and service sectors, including distributive trade, banking, insurance and public institutions. Our aspiration includes the know-how transfer in the fields of supply chain management, procurement and logistics. It is achieved through a continuous exchange of experience, education and training services as well as the scientific work on new methods, procedures and techniques. In addition, the BME supports its members in the development of new markets and also configures economic processes and global developments.
With its nationwide network of more than 160 business offices, the German Association for Small and Medium-sized Businesses (BVMW - Bundesverband mittelständische Wirtschaft) has made it its task to improve the business policy framework conditions for small and medium-sized enterprises. Overall, the membership of the BVMW consists of 51,000 member companies and 40 member organisations and associations. Through numerous on-site business owner events, the national association makes sure that small and medium-sized enterprises have a decisive knowledge advantage and organises the communication from business owner to business owner.
The Diplomatic Council (DC) is a global think tank that has positioned itself as a bridge between diplomacy on one hand and business and society on the other. The members who are active in the Diplomatic Council are firmly convinced that commercial diplomacy constitutes a solid foundation for international relations between nations and the peaceful dealings of nations with one another.
A prospering economy that provides people with wealth is among the best guarantors of peace. Based on this insight, the Diplomatic Council translates the objective of a global understanding among nations into an economic mandate. For this purpose, the methodology of a worldwide business network is being combined with the diplomatic communications level of the nations amongst each other.
The German Association for the Management of Human Resources (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Personalführung e.V.) is the largest professional organisation for personnel management and human resources management in Germany. It commenced operations in early 1952 and has been active as a pioneering co-designer of corporate human resources policies and leadership work in Germany ever since. With more than 2500 member companies and members that represent a total of more than 40,000 human resources managers, the DGFP promotes a cross-company, structured exchange of experiences and a unique competency network between human resources managers. Overall, the service portfolio for the sustainable professionalisation of human resources management consists of the following areas of service: network, qualification, and knowledge.
The cooperative family association Familiengenossenschaft Münsterland was founded in November 2012 by four companies in Münster with the intention to effectively support its female and male employees in terms of the compatibility of job and family.
Its joint objective was and is to be able to provide a competent and solutions-oriented point of contact to those female and male employees who are confronted with challenging situations in their private life.
Through the membership in the cooperative family association, the female and male members now have the option, as needed, to take advantage of the services offered by the cooperative family association all around the topics of childcare, caretaking and dementia, household assistance, health issues, or other burdensome life situations.
itSMF is a club whose members are actively pursuing a requirements-oriented IT service management. The members of the itSMF primarily are consulting firms and large companies. Due to the ever-increasing importance of IT service management and ITIL (IT Infrastructure Library) in noventum projects, noventum has decided to actively seek the exchange of experience in this subject area and to develop the topic further.
The IT Service Management Forum was founded in the UK in 1992 and is a supplier-independent and product-independent worldwide association whose members engage in and promote the exchange of experience between IT service providers. This includes, in particular, the improvement and further development of the virtual standard ITIL as well as the participation in the creation of the foundations for job training in the area of IT service management. itSMF is represented in the United Kingdom, the Benelux countries, the United States and Canada, South Africa and Australia as well as in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
The Marketing-Club Münster/Osnabrück e.V. promotes marketing communications within the regional economy and makes exclusive continuing education and knowledge transfer in marketing management available to its members.
Of central importance are the regular club evenings during which well-known experts from industry, commerce, service and science lecture on marketing-relevant topics.
The MC considers the exchange of information and experiences of its members amongst each other to be of equal importance and value. Through its member structure that is diverse in industries and age, the club becomes a forum of bundled competency where cross-company networks are built. As such, with club members originating from the most diverse industries, companies, and marketing functions, from science and practice, results in a sparkling well of ever-new ideas and impulses.