Our History

Rule No. 1: Management is about people. About dynamics.

Quantonomics was established because Lars Sonderegger observed that there was a missing link between the “strategic view of human resources” in companys and the science of people – their neurobiological wiring, the behavior that is probable, decision making and more than anything: their dynamic and personal engagement in work. It’s not “a soft matter”, it’s science!

The most exciting phrase in science, is not ‘Eureka!’ but ‘That’s funny…’ – said Isaac Asimov. It was this surprise that led to the method of behavioral management and Quantonomics. In our research we constantly find “thats funny”.  An example? We were surprised to find, that it’s a fact agreed upon, that around 2/3 of all change projects do not achieve their own goals. Whats funny about that? It seems that the fundamental assumptions that are leading to this failure are not being questioned – rather the fact is being accepted. We disrupt the old assumptions and use science to design people strategy!

People strategy is about understanding, predicting and planning social interaction. For surgery one chooses an experienced surgeon. Not so with the most vital part of every business. Behavioral scientists should define management principles as these are a function of the brain. Not economists.

So how do we work and help design your culture? We look at your company as a network of people with each 100 billion nerve cells that work together to achieve a common goal! We look at all processes where people interact and cooperate – internally and externally. Then we use our methodology to immediatley initiate change. It is about teaching different every day interactions – for example how we run meetings or how we ask questions. The solutions come from reverse engineering of proven ideas at other companys, as well as ideas designed by us and often times co-designed with the people of the company we work with.

Culture is the greatest revenvue driver in every company! Let us help you shape it.