Areas of competence

Kuhlemann, Walbrühl & Partners assists you in three areas of competence. These three pillars, however, are not independent of each other but complement one another. In change management processes, great importance is thus attached to the executive managers because they are the drivers of corporate change. Management assessments are required so as to identify and retain the best change managers inside and outside the company. By providing feedback and topical input, leadership development tools help managers to keep fit for the challenges ahead.

In each of the three areas of competence, our special know-how takes effect in important cross sections depending on the requirements:




We carry out research and teaching assignments in close cooperation with the University of Mainz and the University of Applied Sciences Cologne. This allows us to include current scientific know-how into our practical work. We focus on the evaluation of personnel and company development methods in order to assess efficiency based on success criteria.


Project management
Most of our activities in companies are based on project work. Depending on the given requirements, we act as project managers, project coaches or project facilitators. In doing so, we use the tools of modern project management. Thus we make sure that cost, deadline and quality targets are firmly attained. The training of project team members often goes hand in hand with the actual commissioned projects we accompany and is particularly effective as it intertwines with the practical experience.

Most companies deal with internationalisation on a daily basis. Internationalisation is not just about overcoming language barriers but also about respecting different mentalities. Here are some examples of international projects we are currently implementing for well-known companies:

  • International high potential programme with British, Hungarian and German participation
  • Intercultural training for Southeast Asia
  • Employee survey in a corporate group with German, Austrian, Spanish, Hungarian and Mexican participation
  • Evaluation of a consultancy project in South Africa