Organisational Development

Organisation Development

Organisational Development

Change is one process that can never stop or slow down.  Most organisations struggle with the internal framework to drive its own comprehensive change management programs. We can help support this organisational change management and provide your organisation with the tools to meet today’s challenges. 

Take the time to reflect on your organisation’s current operational model and future strategy. 

  • Does your organisation need to achieve high efficiency and increased productivity? 

  • Is a deep transformation essential for your organisation to meet the market needs?

     

  • How you formalize and apply change?

     

  • What interventions do you apply to enhance people’s capability to achieve shared goals and contribute to business vision? 

Those are the question that Organisational Development responds to by focusing on your organisation Strategies improvement, Communication, Employee Development, Product and Service enhancement.  This is what we can help you achieve.

 

How We Can Help

Our Team work closely with companies to better respond and adapt to market change and achieve continuous improvement to increase profit. 

Our approach is to use essential OD interventions and HR Strategies that support your mission and fulfill your vision.

  • We guide Management in imposing the changes required.
  • We introduce technical changes in problem-solving.
  • We design strategies on how management can negotiate with employees affected by changes.
  • We begin with education, for changing your organisation’s employee’s value system and orientation.
  • We review existing settings and we help shaping them to the revised business goals.
  • We prioritise Culture and everything around it, starting by help companies create an inclusive environment where people find their purpose. 

Our change management process will adopt our "5R" methodology described in the following phases:

  • RECOGNISE: Undestanding the issue, Route Cause analysis by Organisational Assessments

     

  • REPORT: Data collation, Interpretation, Presentation, Recognition of key areas of improvement

     

  • REFLECT: Stakeholder engagement, Deep dive, Risk analysis and mitigation plan, Change Management interpretation and Detailed planning
  • RESOLVE: Implementing strategic interventions, Leaders Training, Communication

     

  • REVIEW: Re-evaluate end solutions, Actual Impact, Implement Corrective actions
  •  

To implement change successfully and apply a  tenacious organisational development, HR transformation is key. Human Resources hold the conversations, facilitate business culture and they guide talent management.  Whereby, as key decision-makers are ready to create a supportive risk-taking atmosphere. They will need to possess a wide range of skills  in order to build a solid culture whereby employees are ready to respond to the business objectives, vision and values of the organisation. 

Let’s help kickstart your internal change mechanism by providing your organisation with the relevant insights on best practices, restructuring your processes and tools and making available resources that can support your efforts.

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Organisational Development

Change is one process that can never stop or slow down.  Most organisations struggle with the internal framework to drive its own comprehensive change management programs. We can help support this organisational change management and provide your organisation with the tools to meet today’s challenges. 

Take the time to reflect on your organisation’s current operational model and future strategy. 

  • Does your organisation need to achieve high efficiency and increased productivity? 

  • Is a deep transformation essential for your organisation to meet the market needs?

     

  • How you formalize and apply change?

     

  • What interventions do you apply to enhance people’s capability to achieve shared goals and contribute to business vision? 

Those are the question that Organisational Development responds to by focusing on your organisation Strategies improvement, Communication, Employee Development, Product and Service enhancement.  This is what we can help you achieve.

 

How We Can Help

Our Team work closely with companies to better respond and adapt to market change and achieve continuous improvement to increase profit. 

Our approach is to use essential OD interventions and HR Strategies that support your mission and fulfill your vision.

  • We guide Management in imposing the changes required.
  • We introduce technical changes in problem-solving.
  • We design strategies on how management can negotiate with employees affected by changes.
  • We begin with education, for changing your organisation’s employee’s value system and orientation.
  • We review existing settings and we help shaping them to the revised business goals.
  • We prioritise Culture and everything around it, starting by help companies create an inclusive environment where people find their purpose.

Our change management process will adopt our "5R" methodology described in the following phases:

  • RECOGNISE: Undestanding the issue, Route Cause analysis by Organisational Assessments
  • REPORT: Data collation, Interpretation, Presentation, Recognition of key areas of improvement
  • REFLECT: Stakeholder engagement, Deep dive, Risk analysis and mitigation plan, Change Management interpretation and Detailed planning 
  • RESOLVE: Implementing strategic interventions, Leaders Training, Communication
  • REVIEW: Re-evaluate end solutions, Actual Impact, Implement Corrective actions

To implement change successfully and apply a tenacious organisational development, HR transformation is key. Human Resources hold the conversations, facilitate business culture and they guide talent management.  Whereby, as key decision-makers are ready to create a supportive risk-taking atmosphere. They will need to possess a wide range of skills  in order to build a solid culture whereby employees are ready to respond to the business objectives, vision and values of the organisation. 

Let’s help kickstart your internal change mechanism by providing your organisation with the relevant insights on best practices, restructuring your processes and tools and making available resources that can support your efforts.

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