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The dynamics of digital developments influence almost all areas of the world of work; organisations are increasingly using technologies to support their core tasks. It is noticeable that digital systems and tools are often implemented from a technological perspective only. The many diverse interdependencies, for example, with the tasks of the employees, with processes and structures or with the requirements for leadership and cooperation are sometimes underestimated.

These diverse relationships and interdependencies are what we particularly focus on as consultants. We support organisations, for example, in dealing with the following topics and issues:

Relationships between people and technology

  • How do we deal with changing job specifications?
  • How do competence requirements change, how can we develop our employees in a meaningful way and direction?
  • How do we support a careful balance between work and private life?
  • How do we deal with increasing acceleration?
  • Relationships between processes/organisation and technology

    • What is the impact of the digitally driven increase in process automation?
    • What interdependencies between features of digitalisation and the flexibilisation of the world of work need to be actively shaped?
    • Relationships between leadership and technology

      • What needs to be considered when distance leadership increases?
      • Which forms of leadership will become more important as digitalisation increases?
      • How do management practices and processes change with the support of digital tools?
      • Relationships between information- and knowledge management and technology

        • How do cooperation requirements change when digitalisation increases?
        • How can the transfer of knowledge and information be sensibly designed?

Marc Wülser

Wülser Inversini Organisationsberatung GmbH

«My gaze is open like a sunflower...
I have the habit of wandering along the streets,
looking to the right and to the left,
And sometimes back...» (Alberto Caeiro)

Curiosity guides me in my work with individuals, teams, and organisations. In every mandate there are stories, convictions, but also uncertainties. These need to be explored and considered in development processes. In the process, diverse patterns and different assessments often emerge: should we do this or that, continue as before or head for new shores, do we go step by step or take the big leap? Individual wishes and needs, dynamics in teams as well as environments, and goals of the organisation must be aligned. This rarely works without contradictions, which is completely normal. I see it as an important aspect of my consulting work to highlight the associated differences and to make them useful for clients. I like to work in a concept-oriented way, but without prescriptions and always remaining focused on the specific concerns of the clients.

Professional background

  • Co-owner of Wülser Inversini Organisationsberatung (since 2011)
  • Partner in the Institut für Arbeitsforschung und Organisationsberatung in Zurich (2009–2011)
  • Organisational consultant and project manager at the Institut für Arbeitsforschung und Organisationsberatung in Zurich (2001–2009)
  • Various teaching posts, including at the Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz and the University of Luzerne (since 1999)
  • Scientific assistant at the Stiftung Arbeitsforschung in Zurich (2004–2007)
  • Assistant researcher and lecturer with the Lehrstuhl für Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie at the University of Berne (1998–2001)
  • Machine draughtsman and builder at Sulzer in Zuchwil and Bystronic Maschinen AG in Bützberg (1986–1994)

Educational background

  • Regular further training courses in seminars, specialist coaching, supervision and learning groups
  • PhD in Psychology, thesis in Strain and Burnout in human service work, supervised by Prof. Eberhard Ulich at the University of Potsdam (2006)
  • Studies in industrial and organisational psychology and economics at the University of Berne (2001)
  • Apprenticeship as a machine draughtsman (1986)


  • Public administration and administration-related organisations
  • Social and health care organisations
  • Associations and foundations
  • Profit and non-profit sector

Main areas of research

    Occupational health management, health-promoting organisational and work design, burnout prevention