AGON Group
Frank Dietz on AGON Group's business model
Varying situations require varying approaches. Following/Adhering to our client-oriented business model, we always take the role that guarantees the greatest possible success from the client's point of view.
The majority of our client work is performed within the framework of advisory mandates. But sometimes situations make it more advisable to take another role. Typical examples include:

  • Taking a management role in cases of restructuring or when a complex project necessitates centralized workflow management.

  • Taking line management responsibility to allow managers the necessary time to find a qualified candidate to fill the post

  • Serving on the Advisory or Supervisory Board to ensure close guidance of management.

  • Roles often change over the course of a project, and it is not uncommon that several AGON team members take on varying roles in a project.