Title of the page: Five Good Reasons to Work with INBAS
Date:17.12.2017 Print this page now

Five Good Reasons to Work with INBAS

1. We help our clients achieve their goals

At INBAS we focus on our clients, their needs and goals. We are flexible, work fast and reliably and guide ourselves by the current state of research. At the same time our priority is to offer them all that is feasible. Thus many innovative ideas are developed from which our clients benefit immediately.

2. We combine theory with practice

Application-based projects and close co-operation with partners from different fields such as politics, education and economy enable us to connect theory and practice. Thus we can employ our expertise and research results in the concept development.

3. We live diversity – we love teamwork

Our staff has different academic backgrounds with degrees in educational, social and nursing sciences, law and economics as well as engineering sciences. Basically, we at INBAS work in interdisciplinary teams and cooperate with partners from various fields. Thus the respect for the diverse institutional conditions, opinions and working methods we encounter is crucial to the way we communicate with colleagues, clients and cooperation partners.

4. We know our way around learning

The process of development and learning for individuals and institutions is the focus of many projects. To us learning always combines emotional, cognitive, practice-oriented and social elements. Therefore our advanced vocational trainings are always application-, group- and process-oriented.

Our research and concept development are carried out in a practical and interdisciplinary way in close dialogue with all relevant stakeholders. This approach allows us to broaden our knowledge, continuously develop our portfolio, structures and procedures and organize all internal processes more efficiently.

5. INBAS delivers excellent quality

We always aim high and our clients appreciate this performance. Therefore INBAS is regularly represented by its experts in innovation circles and think-tanks. Moreover they offer consultancy to political decision makers and get involved in the development of educational policies.