Management

In my first blog post I talked about personal resilience and how individuals can increase their resistance. But what does resilience mean for an entire organisation and which factors strengthen it? Resilience is an individual’s or an organisation’s resistance to increased internal or external pressure.…
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Thanks to a unique vocational education and training system, Switzerland has a very low rate of youth unemployment. An apprenticeship provides a promising start to a career. For the Mibelle Group, the 50 apprentices we are currently training are an important success factor for our future.…
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Even if we try to reduce it to a minimum with an accurate supply chain, every day we produce some surplus beauty products. Mibelle Group has entered into a cooperation with charities Caritas and Tischlein deck dich to ensure these perfect, but surplus products do not go to waste.…
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In recent months, we’ve been discussing resilience in the Mibelle Group. This had such an impact on some employees that they have started to make changes in their lives. A few exciting thoughts from the resilience workshop for managers and employees.…
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Customer centricity – buzzword or key to success? Everyone is talking about customer centricity. But isn’t the customer already at the centre of what we do? What is new in this topic? The answer ist: quite a lot. Focusing on the customer has been a long established objective for employees of the Mibelle Group.…
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We often hear about cosmetics being tested on helpless animals like rabbits, cruelly tortured in the name of beauty. Chilling stories regularly appear on the Internet accompanied by truly horrific images. In such reports, however, the world of cosmetics is being lumped together with the pharmaceutical industry.…
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One of our company values is “learning”. This means taking the time in any given situation to consider what we can learn from it. It makes no difference whether we are dealing with success or failure. There are two temptations here: If a mistake has been made, we look for those who are guilty and punish them If we are successful, we are pleased and reward those responsible In both cases we do not take advantage of the experience.…
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I recently spent a few days again in Tokyo, the capital of Japan, on business. It is amazing how perfectly everyday life is organised in this capital city. The trains run to the second, roads, restaurants and taxis are squeaky clean.…
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