…every day, over and over again. They are expected to be efficient, effective – ok, that’s understandable – but also adaptable, responsive and innovative. To enable this to happen, organizations need to be developed. But: who or what are “the organizations”?
The people? Yes. The co-workers, the teams, the departments, the cultures, the strategies, the WHYs. All this needs to be changed and developed in order to become fit for the future. We go into depth about this change and this process.
Best practices? How do others do it? 2020 made it drastically clear to us that there is no silver bullet, no master plan, no blueprint.
Forge your own path… Let us engage with what we find.
We work side-by-side with you to shape the completely individual process of your company, your organization and to initiate the change that will lead you to your goal.
“As consultants & advisors, we help our clients achieve their best, to be vibrant and transformative.
We empower people and organizations to rethink and effectively deliver leadership and collaboration.
To this end, we create space for change, enable innovation you can touch and explore unconventional avenues.”
We get you, your organization and your company moving. To increase the effectiveness of your organizational development, we inseparably link our experiential consulting approach and what you experience and feel into the consulting process.
When developing organizations, we take a collaborative and iterative approach to structuring the transfer of the goals you defined during the consulting process into the work reality of your organization or company. How do we do this?
In our organizational development projects we deploy a range of methods that are designed to identify and uncover underlying beliefs and patterns within the organization. For organizational development to be a success, the process of change requires a lot to be re-thought and re-done. Our methods include simulations and learning journeys.
Do you really want to wait and see what the future has in store? If so, it might already be too late. Otherwise: let’s talk. About you and about your organization.
Who is behind “It´s the people”? Who is that person in the kitchen, the one sitting on the pile of wood, the one with the wellies, or the one with the Berlin bag?