Dr. Thomas M. Fischer appointed to the Senate of the German Economy

Dr. Thomas M. Fischer represents Allfoye Managementberatung GmbH as Senator in the Senate of the German Economy

Filderstadt, 05 December 2018 - Allfoye Managementberatung GmbH was founded in April 2017 as a management consultancy of the All for One SteebGroup. It supports companies in digitization and transformation projects. The consulting focuses on digital roadmap and strategy development, business model development, agile organization and change of leadership and corporate culture. Allfoye also brings together medium-sized companies and start-ups. The aim is to learn from each other and to arrange concrete cooperation.

The Senate of the Economy is made up of personalities from business, science and society who are particularly aware of their responsibility towards the state and society. Together, they contribute to the practical implementation of the common good-oriented goals of sustainability in the sense of the eco-social market economy.

The Senate of Economics thus revives the traditional idea of the senates in ancient times. A balanced circle of friends of independent spirit followed the common good instead of solely particular interests. The Senate of Economics is purely oriented towards the common good and is in constant dialogue with representatives from politics and science. The honorary senators Jean-Claude Juncker, Prof. Günther Verheugen, Prof. Klaus Töpfer, Prof. Jürgen Rüttgers and Rosi Gollmann are, along with many other experts, exciting sources of inspiration.

The ethical principles of the Senate's community of values can also be the basis and guideline for the economic actions of the members of the Senate. Fairness and partnership in economic life as well as the social competence of entrepreneurs and executives characterize the work of the Senate.

"In our view, the right business models, dynamic organisational structures and a modern understanding of leadership are just as important factors as digital technologies in order to remain successful in the long term in the age of digitalisation. Digitization projects are thus becoming a matter for the bosses and must be taken much further than is often the case. Only then will they contribute to a sustainable increase in competitiveness. From now on, I would like to share this approach with the Senate of Commerce in order to make Germany and Europe fit for the future," says Dr. Thomas Fischer, Managing Director of Allfoye Managementberatung GmbH, outlining the approach of the consulting firm.