The Purple Guideline – Management Guideline of Kromberg & Schubert
Setting an example: Commitment and Identification
„He who sets an example can face himself in the mirror.“
Siegfried Wache, (*1951), technical draughtsman, aeronautic engineer and author.
The Board of Directors have developed the Purple Guideline with 12 guiding principles which give managers on all levels a framework for ideal leadership to assist managers and leaders.
Proper leadership contributes on the one hand towards employee job satisfaction and performance, but also has an impact upon the quality and efficiency targets of our company, coupled with a positive effect upon the customer satisfaction.
Personal commitment and identification with the company and its activities therefore are the driving force behind the 12 guiding principles.
The basic values of Kromberg & Schubert play a key role:
- Loyality & Integrity
- Credibility & Reliability
- Flexibility & Pragmatism
- Innovation & Team Success
The value we place upon employees (m/f/d) and customers motivates us to successfully carry out all joint projects and meet targets time and again with a positive attitude and real commitment.
Leadership through Clear Targets
For our area of responsibility, we develop clear, ambitious, but realistic targets, we convince our employees (m/f/d) of these objectives and implement them for the long term.
Atmosphere of Trust
Entrepreneurial Thinking and Acting
Interfunctional Cooperation in Teams
Globality & Mobility
We are close to our customers and gear our actions towards them.