Thomas Ziemer

After completing his degree at a higher technical college, graduate engineer Thomas Ziemer initially worked in the agricultural sector before continuing his professional career as an IT project manager and consultant in the healthcare sector. Following more extensive training in IT service management (ITIL) and systemic transactional analysis for coaching, change, human resources and leadership, he joined processline in 2014, where he has focused on IT project management and change management ever since. His project portfolio includes national and international project management, risk and incident management, planning and implementation of software solutions and systems integration, requirement management, as well as business consulting.


Memberships.

  • Member of the Project Management Institute (PMI®)

That motivates me the most as a consultant.

The diversity of the topics I encounter in my role as a consultant and the challenges we face with each new project together with the customer are immensely exciting. Of course, as an expert on operational change with a focus on IT, I always have to keep up to date with new developments, because the change cycles in this field are extremely short and, with the advance of digitalisation, vital in companies.

The most exciting challenges in change management.

Change management is appealing because organisational changes always directly affect employees as well. We accompany and assist them, during and after the change. Some of it entails very intense collaboration, which I tremendously enjoy because it not only concerns the change in an organisation but also the impact on their employees.

When I need to get away from it all.

I derive great enjoyment from spending my free time discovering the world through the viewfinder of my camera. I can also unwind easily in the company of pleasant people, exercising and cooking.

Thomas Ziemer

Motto

I cannot say whether things will get better if we change; what I can say is they must change if they are to get better.

– Georg Christoph Lichtenberg