Dr. Ziad Mahayni is consultant and facilitator for new ways

Dr. Ziad Mahayni was born in 1971 and studied chemistry and philosophy at the TU Darmstadt, Université de Bordeaux and Harvard University. After completing his doctorate in philosophy, he moved into business and worked for two years for a leading chemical-pharmaceutical company in strategic marketing and business development.

In 2004, he joined 3con and has been a partner since 2009. For more than 15 years, he has accompanied transformation processes in industry as an experienced change manager and impulse generator. With his creativity and his holistic view, he supports companies in their digital transformation and in the development of innovation-promoting structures. In doing so, he draws on his experience as a coach of innovative start-ups, whose agile and customer-oriented approach he adapts for large corporations and other organizations.

"The right question is more important than the right answer."

Ziad is a Deputy Professor of Applied Entrepreneurship at OWL University of Applied Sciences and Arts (TH OWL). In lectures, podcasts and publications, he actively contributes to the discussion about future issues as a philosopher and management expert. He lives with his family in Frankfurt.

Dr. Ziad Mahayni


consulting focus:
Digital transformation, innovation, organizational development, location strategies and services


3con insight

Drive Innovation

In many sectors, companies are facing increasing competitiveness due to new external competitors, changing customer needs and disruptive business models.

3con insight

Agile research and development

Agile principles form a current trend. In their core, they constitute a transfer of lean management methods (known from the production context) to explorative activities; their first broad applications took place in software development.

3con insight

Digital roadmap for sports associations

The sports industry as a growing multimillion high-impact sector is highly affected by digitization. Sports is data and sport information are shared faster and more extensively than ever before. Also, fans, sponsors, the media and other stakeholders increasingly demand for digital tools.

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Professionalization of association structures

Sports associations must find and implement innovation in events and formats, professionalize their organization and develop their leadership and good governance today in order to survive in tomorrow's environment.