Digital teams

We make remote teams happy and successful.

Would you like to venture into digital work for the first time? Or would you like to refresh your digital mindset as a team?
We have the perfect package to increase your teams' satisfaction and productivity.

Your challenge

Building remote teams

We have learned that digital work often decreases companies’ performance and employee satisfaction. There are several reasons for this:

Lack of a sense of "we" in the team
Personal, informal conversations at the coffee machine are no longer possible, making it difficult for a sense of belonging to develop. The result: employees feel cut off from their colleagues.

Lack of trust
Do your employees feel unappreciated? If there is a lack of mutual trust, no one dares to ask others for help.How can you create transparency and communicate proactively when something is not going so well?


Lack of vision in the team
Often the team is much more a group of individuals who do not share a common goal because a common vision is missing.

If you experience similar challenges in your company and want to increase employee satisfaction and productivity, we have the right package for you!

You can learn more about our approach in this image film:

What is agile working?

Agile work enables teams to set goals autonomously and achieve them utilizing tailored to specific processes and technology. A key focus of agile working is continuous learning and adaptability to changing market conditions. As a significant side effect, digital team building is strengthened.

Our solution

Success and satisfaction through agile working

In the QLab, we work remotely with all project partners, clients, young professionals, experts, and politicians. Our proven QLab process helps us to build trust from day one and to follow a shared vision, which increases the productivity of our teams immensely.

Iterative work in remote teams: How it works

In agile project management, we work in so-called "sprints" - short, intensive phases in which we incorporate feedback from our customers to get closer to the goal quickly. In this way, the process is flexible to changes within the process. Regularly exchanging ideas with a focus on the defined intermediate results increases the team's productivity. It guarantees the achievement of the final objective within the shortest possible time.

Agile working: Advantages for you

We now want to bring the approaches and successes of such sprints to your team. Our goal is to train you and your team so that you can act independently as quickly as possible. We would also be happy to support you in setting up your team in advance.


The team experiences personal responsibility and self-efficacy. This increases colleagues' commitment, loosens existing processes, and increases cooperation and thinking outside of usual structures. Our proven method is the answer to your challenge and is called QLab Innovation Sprint.

How it works

The QLabSprint

The basis for our joint project, the QLabSprint, is a briefing in which we discuss together which problem you want to solve with your team. Contact us to start our cooperation!

And these are the building blocks to building a happy and successful remote team:

  • You inform the team intending to clarify the general conditions during the sprint and manage expectations.
  • Moderated presentation of the team members, their competencies, and ambitions.
  • Introduction to agile working methods that promote self-organization and individual responsibility.
  • Introduction to working with digital tools optimal for remote teams.
  • Developing and sharpening a shared vision by reflecting on possible opportunities and obstacles.
  • Definition of resulting tasks and roles.

Trust and a sense of belonging are essential for productive, collaborative work. The check-in, facilitated by the team members themselves from day two, is the daily starting point for both needs.

An efficient meeting of no more than 15 minutes creates security and clarity and allows the team to ask for support.

Another quick 15-minute exchange in the afternoon to coordinate tasks and organizational matters or to reflect on the day.

Weekly meetings to present interim results, discuss the status quo, and plan the next steps. The participation of decision-makers is essential for quick decisions and coordination.

The frequency of the retrospectives depends on the duration of the sprint. Here the team reflects, moderates the so-far cooperation, and independently develops solutions to problems. This strengthens self-efficacy.

Before the team dedicates itself to new tasks, the project results are presented, and – if necessary – new work packages and responsibilities are defined in a milestone plan. Here the participation of decision-makers is essential.


By the way: Most of the time, teams keep some of the learned methods independently.

Project completion, of course, depends on the scope of the project in question. Nevertheless, the team should be able to celebrate reaching the finish line of the sprint. Yes - this also works digitally!


Happy Clients

Find out what our customers think about us.

Here you can go to our Project results.


Collaboration: A key factor for innovation.

You can also benefit from our network. These companies and educational institutions are also available to you on request.

May we introduce ourselves?
The QLab Team:

We are the QLab Team! We are supported by numerous external cooperation partners who assist us with their expertise.

Boris Gloger, QLab: We build the foundation of your one-stop-shop within a week. We make remote teams happy and successful.

Boris Gloger

CEO, Co-Founder

Boris Gloger is the maestro of agile working. He puts his heart and soul into establishing forms of learning that empower students to learn proactively, organize themselves, and ask the right questions.

Boris is an organizational developer and management consultant who is not afraid to implement visionary ideas. As a passionate cyclist and train traveler, he is convinced that we can create a sustainable future through appropriate mobility solutions.
Andrea Kuhfuss, QLab: We build the foundation of your one-stop-shop within a week. We make remote teams happy and successful.

Andrea Kuhfuss

CEO, Co-Founder
+49 (0) 179 149 6880

Andrea Kuhfuss is a traveler between different professional worlds. Her path led her from a background in art history to innovation consulting. She creates networks and connects the perspectives of a wide variety of people. Andrea is an inquisitive generalist who loves sharing her knowledge and supporting individuals, teams, and organizations to reach their full potential. Andrea is an expert in innovation, design thinking and agile working. She travels as a facilitator, speaker, coach and trainer in Germany and abroad. She is convinced that only by working together in multidisciplinary teams can we find creative solutions to personal, societal and global problems.

Patrick Runge

Project Management, Business Development

Patrick Runge graduated in International Entrepreneurship, Management & Marketing. Already in mid-2021, he brought his interest in disruption, innovation, and sustainability to our first QLab Sprint.

As a project manager, Patrick prepares our various projects and accompanies the processes. In addition, he shares responsibility for business development at QLab itself. His goal is to advance holistic and sustainable solutions in communities and cities.

Finn Faust, QLab: We build the foundation of your one-stop-shop within a week. We make remote teams happy and successful.

Finn Faust

Research, Blog, Web design

Finn Faust studies psychology at Leiden University and social science at LU Honours College. He is passionate about traveling and following his vision to develop sustainable solutions for local and global human connectivity.

Finn has completed the advanced training Content Strategy for Professionals at Northwestern University, is a design thinker and storyteller. With his notorious curiosity and methodological knowledge, he is responsible for our scientific research, web design, and the QLab blog.


We know your challenges and help you solve your problems. Get in touch with us.

Design Thinking Method Training

Online Workshop | QLab Think Tank GmbH

Language: German

Price: €450,- (€150,- for students)

November 22, 2023
09:30 - 17:30

Casino Futur, Bremen

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