01.02.2017 - JobTender24: Kienbaum’s next strategic investment
Kienbaum backs innovative platform for tendering job search commissions
The people and management consultancy Kienbaum is expanding its portfolio of strategic start-up investments. With its subsidiary Highland Pine Investment, Kienbaum has decided to focus its first shared investment with the investment company Abacus alpha on the leading job tendering tool for companies and headhunters, JobTender24.com.
30.06.2016 - Kienbaum launches new online career portal “ExecutiveGateway”
ExecutiveGateway: Inside Access to Kienbaum’s Job Searches and Business Knowhow
Kienbaum is unveiling its new online career portal: The ExecutiveGateway promises comfortable access to selected executive search commissions.
03.05.2016 - Kienbaum on top of two recent consulting rankings
Kienbaum ranked as the best consultants for executive search, organization, and HR consulting
Two industry rankings recognize Kienbaum as the leading provider for HR and organizational consulting services: This year’s consulting industry report by brand eins Wissen and Statista places Kienbaum at the first place for HR consulting and organization, while Kienbaum also defends last year’s top spot as the best executive search provider in the ranking of FOCUS Spezial.
05.04.2016 - Kienbaum Connected Car Study on Digitalization in the Automotive Industry
Connected cars are the future, knowhow and processes the challenges of the present
Car makers and their suppliers in Germany know: Connectivity and digital solutions in cars are increasingly becoming an indispensable part of their business.
12.02.2016 - Kienbaum Study: Digitalization needs Transformers in Chief
Most companies lack digital leaders
Few companies have entrusted their digital transformation to a leading executive to break the path for them: Only eleven percent of all DACH companies have an executive manager in charge of the digitalization of their business models and processes, a recent study by the consultancy firm Kienbaum reveals.
03.11.2015 - Executive Search Specialist manages Kienbaum’s Moscow office
Kienbaum recruits Susanne Doenitz as new Country Manager Russia
Susanne Doenitz (53) has been named the new Country Manager of Kienbaum Russia, based in Moscow. Coming from an academic background with a doctorate in Japanese studies, Susanne Doenitz has built up a track record of successful business development in Russia, most recently at the consulting firm Alexander Hughes CIS.
31.08.2015 - Kienbaum Compensation Portal now includes compensation data for Turkey
Kienbaum adds Turkish data to its compensation database
The consulting specialists at Kienbaum are continuing to expand their compensation database: The Kienbaum Compensation Portal now comes with information about salaries and benefits in Turkey. A total of more than 12’000 datasets from 100 Turkish businesses have been added.
17.08.2015 - Digital leadership: Kienbaum study reveals the skills managers need today
Digital transformation: Calling for change and communication skills
HR professionals have a clear sense of what digital leadership can mean: In order to master the digital transformation, companies need leaders who can combine change management, communication, and networking skills without forgetting to appreciate the contributions of the individual employee on the ground, as a new study published by the Kienbaum consulting firm reveals.
12.08.2015 - Kienbaum lauded for its excellent recruiting
Kienbaum among the best recruiters in Germany
The consulting firm Kienbaum has been honoured for its excellent in-house recruiting practices: In the high-profile “Best Recruiters” ranking, Kienbaum is named as the tenth best recruiter in all of Germany. In a ranking of Germany’s consulting sector, Kienbaum even achieves a great second place.
17.06.2015 - Kienbaum Change Study on the factors for success in uncertain times
Many enterprises are not fit for the changes ahead
Many companies fail to keep up with changing markets: Only 15 percent of businesses can respond as quickly as they need to the new expectations of their customers, even though 63 percent see this as a vital ability. This is the stark result of a recent study by the consulting specialists of Kienbaum.