Join Bayer's consultancy of choice
Business Consulting, the Bayer Group's internal management consultancy at Bayer Business Services, is one of the largest in-house consultancies in the world with offices in Germany (Leverkusen, Berlin), the USA (Pittsburgh, Morristown), China (Beijing, Shanghai) and Brazil (Sao Paulo).
A dedicated global team of 160 highly qualified consultants help the holding company Bayer AG,
its subgroups and service companies realize sustainable value for the Bayer Group (view Bayer profile here).
Business Consulting offers a broad spectrum of specialist expertise covering strategic, organizational and performance-related topics.
It develops tailor-made solutions and facilitates their implementation.
In short, Business Consulting is the global competence center for management consulting in the Bayer Group.
Introducing Business Consulting
The in-house consultants solve strategic, organizational and operational topics for the Bayer Group companies worldwide. The work is not only fascinating because of its great diversity and demanding projects, it also represents an outstanding platform to personally move toward a management position within the Bayer Group.
To be part of Business Consulting means:
- To become a leader in a truly global company
- To identify trends and drive initiatives to contribute to the future of Bayer
- To build and leverage best practices across the Bayer group
- Specialize in functional and/or industry areas of your choice to become a thought leader in selected disciplines
- To move into a compelling line management function after 3 to 5 years with Business Consulting
- Be part of a diverse and enthusiastic team, enjoying a flexible and fun work environment
Business Consulting has a vision built on the Bayer's mission statement
"Bayer - Science For A Better Life
" and the Bayer Group's
values: "Our vision is to be the consultant of choice for shaping Bayer's future and realizing sustainable value for the Bayer Group."
This is the central element in our strategy, which is illustrated in simplified form in the chart: