I help teams facing complex challenges build shared understanding, discover strategic potentials, commit to common goals – and translate them into viable business and product strategies.
I help companies explore potential for change, learn new ways of working together, become more responsive – and go beyond buzzwords like Design Thinking or Agile.
I give talks and keynotes about change and responsiveness, company culture and product innovation, complexity and cognitive media – and I sometimes write about it, too.
Wolfgang helped us tremendously to prioritize and act on ideas and opportunities in several strategic projects. With his profound knowledge of facilitation and project management techniques, he empowers teams to navigate complex environments and moments of major change.Kristian Meinken, Managing Director, pilot
A cognitive medium for product innovation.
Creating and introducing new products is hard.
The Product Field helps you navigate the challenge: Create shared understanding, explore success factors, find potential for improvement, and increase your capacity for innovation.
Evolved from my work on digital products and organizational complexity, developed together with Klaus-Peter Frahm and Michael Schieben, and used by accelerators, startups and established companies.
Collaborative product design and development.
Based in Hamburg, mindmatters is developing digital products for startups and established companies, focusing on real user needs and complex problems.
In our projects, a team of over 20 developers, designers and facilitators helps our clients and partners create simple and sustainable solutions.
In our slacktime, we constantly rethink how that’s done best – and what makes work as gratifying as possible.
Hamburg’s first and premier coworking space.
Opened in 2010, the betahaus is Hamburg’s most important hub for founders, startups and etablished companies looking for fresh ideas and novel work environments.
It’s the shared office of over 500 users and hosts most of Hamburg’s startup- and founder-oriented events.
betahaus Hamburg has survived one insolvency, grown fivefold since then and revolutionized the coworking business model on the way.
A popup store for hyperlocal products.
The Zweimeilenladen sells only goods produced in a two-mile radius around its respective location – from food and beveridges to fashion and furniture.
Each time it pops up, it’s open for three weeks, up to now once in Hamburg and once in Berlin.
Working with Wolfgang Wopperer Beholz is always doubly fascinating: He guides the team to unknown horizons and then grounds our imagination in facts right on point. It is flying high with a precision landing.Roland Freund, Deputy Editor-in-Chief, dpa
Their unusual blend of practical relevance, philosophical underpinnings and pictorial power makes Wolfgang’s talks a true inspiration.Ulrich Klotz, computer pioneer and innovation adviser