STRENGHTENING LEADERSHIP

CO-CREATING STRATEGY

SUPPORTING MIDDLE MANAGERS

ONBOARDING

CUSTOMER INSIGHT

BREAKING SILOS

READ MORE ABOUT SOME OF THE CASES WE’VE WORKED ON

STRENGTHENING LEADERSHIP

Successful organisations are the ones who have realised, that a larger capacity for learning is needed at work. Good learning skills allow individuals to quickly adopt new tools and to use their experience and insights to develop and refine work processes. Work is complex and we need strong cooperation skills and good networks to be able to solve problems that arise.

CO CREATING STRATEGY

The problem with traditional top-down strategy process is that whatever is “cascaded” down through the organisation, is not seen as relevant or urgent by those who are supposed to execute the strategy (which is, hopefully, everybody). This leads to strategy processes getting a bad reputation of being a waste of time and resources, since whatever is decided never really “means anything” .

SUPPORTING MIDDLE MANAGERS

One of the most common problems found in expert organisations today is that people get caught in their silos, making all cross-functional cooperation difficult and slow. We don’t find silos too unexpected. They are a very natural thing for us humans, and form easily in any larger community of people.

ONBOARDING

The traditional way of introducing new employees to the organisation can be tedious work. The general idea is that new employees need to be fed a mountain of information before they can start working. This dizzying amount of knowledge is difficult to manage as information tends to expire quickly and all but impossible for the new employee to take in and retain.

CUSTOMER INSIGHT

The customer is a moving target. There is no “typical customer” and thinking in terms of target groups only widen the chasm between your organisation and the customer. Acquiring information and (big) data about the customer is not the same as knowing the customer.  Asking the customer what they want is not as simple as it sounds. 

BREAKING SILOS

One of the most common problems found in expert organisations today is that people get caught in their silos, making all cross-functional cooperation difficult and slow. We don’t find silos too unexpected. They are a very natural thing for us humans, and form easily in any larger community of people.

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