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STUDIA’s core processSTUDIA’s core process is the solution of a problem with principles of system analysis.
STUDIA’s core process is the solution of a problem with principles of system analysis. This process consists of the following three steps:
- to understand the objectives and questions of clients and partners,
- to establish a model and test it with facts and data
- to evaluate and refine the results, in oder to consult clients and partners
Our core competencies are therefore:
» the capability to understand the practical environment of our clients
» the methods of societal and mathematical modeling and empirical research
» social relations with clients and partners.
To understand developments of countries and regionsmeans to change, develop, and empower them. STUDIA elaborates recommendations for those responsible in regional policy and administration, management, and marketing of enterprises.
Topics are for example:
- Subsidies and the formation of boundary conditions
- Regional demands, strengths and weaknesses in supply
- Trends and measures for socio-economic development
STUDIA applies special instruments, which have – in part – been specifically developed: material flow analysis as well as multivariate statistical methods applied on transregional data, survey instruments …
Long-term global developmentsmay mean much for our acting here and today. He who knows them is able to attach growing markets. STUDIA has been founded in order to analyse long-term societal developments and their principles, according to the method of ‘Global Systems Dynamics’.
The analysis of trends and developments in many countries of the world is the origin and basis of STUDIA’s activities. Many services have been derived out of this. STUDIA analyses the client’s system – and lets the client participate in this analysis, in order to establish a the sound and acceptable basis for the client’s strategic decisions.
STUDIA takes into consideration important influential factors of the societal and economic development.
Your Project is valuable – and that should become well-knownTo do well and talk about it. – STUDIA determines effects of your projects or measures, also those difficult to measure.
STUDIA determines to effects of a project or measure, especially its impacts on value added, employment and other target variables or “externalities”. Will the strategic objectives be reached and are the resource used in an efficient way?
Our evaluation tools adapt to the needs of the client.Our experience in project evaluation applies to the areas
- local employment policy ‘EmplocTool’
- external effects of agriculture
- national parks and tourism
- cultural exhibitions
Customer and personell satisfactionTo orient an organisation towards the clients is a survive principle for (nearly) each organisation.
To orient an organisation towards the clients is a survive principle for (nearly) each organisation. This is valid even for public administration of countries, regions and municipalities, as well as for religious bodies. A special field of application are occupational groups like insurance agents and brokers, bureau commercial assistants, or farmers.
STUDIA has developed processes and measurement tools and gained experience within projects for these target groups.
Factor deployment for implementation of technologiesTechnological projects should also regard non-technical factors in order to become sustainable and successful. STUDIA has developed an instrument.
Technological projects should also regard non-technical factors in order to become sustainable and successful. STUDIA has developed an instrument that has been applied in European countries for integration of biogas plants and stationary fuel cells.
Basis of this tool is Quality Function Deployment (QFD), a method for the design of products and services. QFD ranks locations with respect to the needs of various stakeholders, and show potentials for improvements.
W. Baaske achieved a certificate of the US-american QFD-Institute.