Stefan Tensing has been working as head of the treasury and insurance department at Bechtle Gaildorf for eight years, but Bechtle also has a role to play in his personal life. It was around five years ago that his employer introduced him to his new hobby—beekeeping. His passion to do everything he can to prevent bees from dying out makes him a person who is anything but ordinary. We sat down with Stefan to find out a bit more about more about both aspects of his life.
With the increase of digitalisation, flexible working hours and international projects, and the Corona pandemic driving them all, traditional office work as we know it is increasingly being replaced by virtual workforces. Contrary to popular belief, these too require leadership.
Over the last few years, many organisations have rethought their structures in order to fulfil the requirements of their employees. In order to enable remote work and flexible working hours, new tools and technologies need to be introduced and processes updated, which changes established work processes for employees. Everyone reacts to changes differently, which is why it is important to involve employees.
Robin Koch works as a project manager for HPE Pointnext. Around three years ago, he started his career at Bechtle with a vocational training as a management assistant for wholesale and foreign trade. He completed his studies a year ago and has been working since then in his current department.
Wir hören und lesen es an vielen Stellen. Die Wissenschaft tritt den Beweis an. Die Praxis zeigt es uns. Und nehmen wir uns eine ruhige Minute, spüren wir es sogar: Führung verändert sich. Warum ist das eigentlich so?
In our new series of blogs “Five questions for …”, we’ll be meeting colleagues from a variety of departments to get an insight into their careers at Bechtle. We are kicking off with Bianca Tufano who is an account manager taking care of some 20 public sector customers, and in our interview she reveals what got her started on a career path in IT and what makes working for Bechtle so special.
Debora Gambalonga has been marketing manager at Bechtle Clouds GmbH for two years. Her aim? To bolster the Bechtle Clouds brand. Debora is someone who always gives 100%, not only at work, but also in her personal life, committed to helping the homeless people of Heilbronn in the city’s shelter. Her passion and her "nothing is impossible" attitude make her an extraordinary kind of person. In our interview, Debora gives us an insight into both facets of her life and shows us where she sees parallels.
I’m Justine, I’m 21 years old and currently in my second year of training.
I’ve been undergoing training to become an office manager with a focus on HR and accounting at Bechtle in Neckarsulm since September 2019. As an AZUBIT, I would love to share my daily work and experiences with you.
My name’s Tim, I’m 22 and I’m currently in my third year of training to become an IT systems management assistant.
I want my contributions to AZUBIT to give you some insight into my training and Bechtle as an employer. I will be telling you which departments you get to experience and how they are interconnected. I will also tell you something about the opportunities you have for the future and which advantages Bechtle can offer you as an employer.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask me.
For Bechtle, leadership is one of the most important success factors on the way to realizing the Vision 2030. With our new leadership guidelines, we promote the development of a modern, employee-oriented leadership culture that is characterized by appreciation, delegated responsibility, and mutual trust. Here, employees and leaders regularly provide insights into their day-to-day leadership and shed light on their understanding of good leadership.
Our goal is to shape the future. What about you?
Bechtle is a dependable employer in the forward-facing industry of IT. As Germany’s largest IT systems integrator and the European leader in IT e-commerce, we have much to offer our 11,000 employees.
Running 100 km. Not in a month or a week, but in 24 hours. That’s exactly what Sabrina Günther has done three times. Sabrina is ambitious and determined—and not just in sport. She doesn’t only work full time as a project manager, but is also doing a Masters in business psychology. In our interview, Sabrina Günther shares some insights into her personal and professional passions and reveals the motto she lives by.
My name is Moritz and I’m 19 years old. I started my training as an IT specialist for application development at Bechtle Neckarsulm in September 2020. By sharing these blog posts, I would like to give you an impression of my training and answer all questions related to IT and the interesting technologies that go along with it.
Ready for the future? Here, selected Bechtle training ambassadors, so-called "AZUBITs", blog about their experiences during their training or studies. Orientation and detailed information - have fun clicking through!
I’m Marc and I’m 17. This makes me one of the few trainees who aren’t 18 yet. I’ve been in training to become an IT systems management assistant since September 2019 at the Bechtle Neckarsulm. I’m currently in my second year of training. As an AZUBIT, I’d like to give you a look into my life and show you highlights from training at Bechtle.
Since my studies in marketing and international business management, I have gained several years of professional experience in B2B marketing. Since 2020, I have been working in content management at Bechtle in Neckarsulm. There, I focus on the top issues and am the first contact person for the Modern Workplace topic area.