“I am not convinced”
„Ich bin nicht überzeugt“
“I am not convinced” is one of the most famous sentences ever uttered by Joschka Fischer. He spoke these words on 8 February 2003 at the Munich Security Conference during his time as the German foreign minister to voice his misgivings about the plans for the war in Iraq. At the time, this statement was as unpopular as it was bold and wise.
Today, it is a sentence that drives us as a team in our daily work:
We believe that it is important to question, to take a stance and to have an opinion and speak this, even if it might be inconvenient. We strongly believe that good consulting can only work in this way.
At a time when digital technologies are changing our economy, our mobility and our coexistence at a remarkable pace, companies must not only regularly question themselves, but also require critical and honest sparring partners. We can fulfil this role, gladly and with great passion. You want to get ahead – and we want the best for you! Together we’ll strive to do our very best until we can say: We are convinced