Digitalization Requires a Strategy

Every major business undertaking requires a strategy, Digitalization is no different. Strategies have an impact on different levels from corporate to functional.

With our well-structured and tool-driven approach, your departmental or functional strategies can be developed in a matter of days.


Well-Defined Outcomes are Key to the Success of Initiatives

Strategic Initiatives are at the core of an executable strategy. They address the delta between strategic ambition and current organisational reality.

Measurable outcomes are a key element of well-formed strategic initiatives. Our Outcomes Workshop and -Tool support the formulation of clear and impactful outcome statements.


OKRs Make Outcomes Actionable

Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) are used by the world’s most successful companies to achieve desired outcomes in a focused and aligned fashion.

go3consulting’s OKR trainings, workshops, and -tools are tailored to your needs and ensure the successful adoption of OKRs in your organization.

Our collaboration with Quantive delivers enterprise-grade OKR transparency and -scalability supported by world-class software.

Agile Working Models Accelerate Outcomes

OKRs focus an organisation’s execution. To reap the full benefits of OKRs, your working models may need to become more Agile.

With our popular Waterfall 2 Agile (W2A) workshop format we implement basic Agile structures in a matter of hours and identify opportunities for further pragmatic working model improvements.


We Are Here to Support You

We provide the tools, the structure, and coaching to guide you through the process. Our engagement model of ‘workshops and pit stops’ aims at enabling your teams.

Our Teams are Pros

We work on a project basis and, depending on the knowledge or experience required, employ permanent and freelance employees. All of them have real company experience in start-ups (partly as founders), medium-sized companies, or corporations.

Weekend Reading – There are no Optimal Decisions

“In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing.” – Theodore Roosevelt Dear all, Due to the long sunny weekend, WR is a bit delayed this week… Last week one of...

Weekend Reading – Elements of a Corporate Operating System

“Operating systems are like underwear — nobody really wants to look at them.” – Bill Joy, Co-Founder of Sun Microsystems Dear all, A while ago, I introduced my thoughts about the elements of a “corporate operating system” as the enablers of success and resilience in...

Weekend Reading – Products & Innovations: More Leadership – Less Process

“Good process serves you so you can serve customers. But if you’re not watchful, the process can become the thing. This can happen very easily in large organizations.” – Jeff Bezos  Dear all, It could be just the AIs powering my media feeds getting the wrong...

Weekend Reading – A Time to Scale

Essentially, all models are wrong, but some are useful.”        – George Box, Statistician Dear all, fostered by a rainy May Day, this WR has become a much longer post than intended. If it feels tl;dr, just skip down to the reads. What we do – mostly – at...

Weekend Reading – Results Require Focus and Dedication

"A study at the University of London found that participants who multitasked during cognitive tasks experienced IQ score declines that were similar to what they’d expect if they had smoked marijuana ...”               — Forbes Magazine Dear all  over the last weeks, a...

Weekend Reading – The Benefits of Product-Based IT

“Organizations that manage IT delivery as projects instead of products are using managerial principles from two ages ago and cannot expect those approaches to be adequate for succeeding in this one. Visionary organizations are creating and managing their Value Stream...

Weekend Reading – A Corporate Operating System: Part 2- Strategy

“However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results.”  — Sir Winston Churchill Dear all, In the previous WR, I introduced my thoughts about the elements of a “corporate operating system” as the enablers of success and resilience in today’s...

Weekend Reading – A Corporate Operating System: Part 1 – Purpose

"The pursuit of efficiency was once a laudable goal, but being effective in today’s world is less a question of optimising for a known (and relatively stable) set of variables than responsiveness to a constantly shifting environment. Adaptability, not efficiency, must...

Weekend Reading – Humans are not Resources

Dear all When I wrote about team topologies a few weeks ago, I introduced you to the idea that different purposes may require different team types and setups to create effective and flow-oriented organizations. Teams In writing this, I stipulated that there is a...

Weekend Reading – Focus Means Saying “no” to Stakeholders

“People think focus means saying yes to the thing you’ve got to focus on.  But that’s not what it means at all.  It means saying no to the 100 other good ideas that there are." – Steve Jobs Dear all, This year, I have worked with a range of Product- (both in hard- and...

We Have Decades of Industry Experience



  • TU Munich / Stanford University
  • Startups, Siemens, Sagem, TH Rosenheim
  • Strategy, Big Data, Machine Learning, Innovation

Godehard Gerling, M.A.

Managing Director

  • FU Berlin / Stanford University
  • Apple, Dell, Akamai, Siemens, Startups
  • Strategy, Product Management, Innovation

Real-World Product- & General Management Experience

Decades of Consulting- &  Training Experience

Solid Academic & Technology Foundations

Carefully Selected Impactful Tools & Methods

Learnings from a Variety of Industries

Extensive International Experience

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