Which milestone in Konica Minolta’s 150-year history excites you the most?
12 colleagues across Europe responded to this question. With passion they share their with you very personal story around Konica Minolta’s products, services and mindset!
“It’s a place where you can be yourself and it’s a place where you can make an impact.” – find out what it’s like to work at Konica Minolta from six Konica Minolta employees from different areas and responsibilities in Europe.
Diversity, equity and inclusion are essential components for creating a fair, just and respectful society where everyone has equal opportunities to succeed, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, cultural heritage or other personal characteristics. Six colleagues from across Europe with very diverse backgrounds, positions and roles share with us their experience at Konica Minolta.
Lenka works in a dynamic international environment where she focuses on innovation and the development of potential business. In this impactful role, she interacts extensively with customers and colleagues in different countries. In her team, the opportunity to experiment and develop new products makes her part of Konica Minolta’s success.
Meet our passionate colleague Laila from the European IT team. She has two main drivers: people and projects. She’s currently working on a complex project to move the company onto a new version of SAP. The project spans our European headquarters in Germany as well as our other locations across Europe.
Having a culture that embraces diversity and inclusion opens the path to trust and honesty at work. It gives employees a safe place, where they can be authentic and perform at their best. Such culture plays an important role to feel confident and allows a larger platform for innovation, creativity and a variety of perspectives. Two members of our Konica Minolta LGBTQ+ community share with us their experience from the Konica Minolta workplace.
From day one, Konica Minolta has been Meike's employer of choice. She enjoys a trusting and collaborative environment on all levels, combined with the autonomy to choose her own way of working. Customers are the centre of her focus. Her job is to recognise their needs before they do. Together with them and with the help of agile methodologies, she develops the appropriate solution for the situation.
As assistant to President, Tatjana has an enviable overview of how things work at Konica Minolta. To her wide range of responsibilites - from looking after the complex agenda of a senior leader to managing essential projects - she brings enormous dynamism and a varied skillset.
Richard has a lot of experience supporting Konica Minolta's business strategy by determining the right skills and capabilities people should have now and in the future. He sees himself as a partner and consultant. By analysing data, exchanging ideas and collaborating with a wide range of people in many different fields, he helps to shape the future of the company.
For Lukas, being a trainee at Konica Minolta meant being in the field with his colleagues and learning the job by experiencing it. With this newly acquired knowledge and the many possibilities on offer, Lukas now supports his unit with ideas on how to ensure client collaboration in a more proactive way.
Working in close collaboration with a wide range of international clients, Georg finds the best solutions for their needs. Breaking silos, using innovative tools and agile methodologies, he learns, explores and analyses our clients’ businesses in order to understand the pain points and offer an appropriate solution and service.
Passion, Customer-Centric and Team spirit in Konica Minolta - “if you have an idea to improve a process in the company or to create totally something new, then try it and believe in it. The time you will spend with the colleagues to bring your idea to reality is motivating and brings a great team spirit.” This is what our colleague André experienced through a project, close to his heart. Thanks for sharing André and many successful projects to come! Read the full story here:
Patrick works in a constantly changing international environment, which supports development and collaboration between departments. This surrounding keeps him energized when building European service strategies.“I never come to work thinking that I don’t want to be here. With all the changes that are happening the challenge is rather “Where do we start?” ” says Patrick. Read the full interview for more insights into Patrick’s story.
Together with his team, Erhan focuses on achieving maximum success for our customers. Konica Minolta affords him scope to diversify on subject matter, to develop new solutions and to further his skills. Thanks to our mobile working concept, he is able to spend plenty of time with his children, despite the demanding nature of his role. People are always his focus, be they family, colleagues or customers.
Maximilian has been working for Konica Minolta for 13 years and has seen and experienced a great deal during his rocketing career. His work involves developing products and services together with the customer and ensuring quality standards to safeguard their long-term use by customers.
You might be asking yourself, if it is possible to work 80 years in a company. Well, if we sum-up the 20th professional anniversary of our four colleagues: Markus Wagner, Wiebke Ostermeier, Bernd Scheibner and Joerg Libal all working for the Konica Minolta Academy, we end up with 80 years full of Konica Minolta experience. Let’s have a closer look to learn what our colleagues find motivating but also challenging and why working for the same company for more than 80 years still brings inspiration