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Navigating a Travelling Organization

Insights, Ideas and Impulses from the 3-P-Model

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  • Demonstrates application and implementation scenarios
  • Curates diverse perspectives and areas of professional acting together for common learning
  • Helps implement the 3-P-Model's 'Traveling Organization' pillar

Part of the book series: Future of Business and Finance (FBF)

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This book dives deep into the "Three Pillar Model" (3-P-Model) applied by the authors for organizations. These pillars are: Sustainable Purpose, Traveling Organization, and Connected Resources. The authors specifically concentrate on the pillar Traveling Organization and help in understanding the concept, its design, and navigation in practice. The expert contributors also show the relevance of the 3-P-Model in diverse areas – from profit and public organizations to the catholic church and cultural work. The navigation is aligned with the pillar Sustainable Purpose and connects professional topics, organizations, and people as three core resources. Organizational scientists, business strategists, and executive MBA students will particularly benefit from this book.

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Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Introduction and Framing

Editors and Affiliations

  • Bad Honnef, Germany

    Michael Kempf

  • Dortmund, Germany

    Frank Kühn

About the editors

Michael U. Kempf has been an experienced management consultant for over 20 years. The driving force behind his professional activities is his strong ambition to design processes and organizations in a sustainable manner. He enjoys identifying key challenges, diagnosing complex relationships, and assisting in shaping the future. Gaining experience and learning something new are indispensable parts of his life; that is why he likes to seize new opportunities: on his way from a carpenter to studies in social work, education,  and business administration, various jobs in social work, 10 years as manager (HR and logistics) in industrial and retail companies, and, since 1998, a consultant to people, leadership teams, as well as working teams and organizations that are all very different. Michael is an author in the field of leadership and organizational development with numerous publications.

​Frank Kühn has been facilitating projects on transformation, organization, and leadership for over 25 years. His work connects experience, future thinking, and getting into rapid action with people. After leadership experience in research and industry, he was a partner at HLP in Frankfurt (Germany) and ICG Integrated Consulting Group in Berlin (Germany) and Graz (Austria). Today, he is an independent consultant, a business partner of ICG, and associated with further development and project partners. He is an author of a multitude of publications.

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