"A consultant cannot, without participation in the client
organization, learn enough about its culture to suggest reliable
new courses of action. Unless remedies are worked out jointly
with members of the organization who know what will and
what won't work in their culture, such remedies are likely to be
either wrong or resisted because they come from an outsider.
"Unless the client/manager learns to see the problem for
himself and thinks through the remedy, he will not be willing
or able to implement the solution and, more importantly, will
not learn how to fix such problems should they reappear.
Edgar H. Schein, MIT
Change is a constant, not an exception.
OUR JOB initiate, direct and empower positive change
Evaluation and adjustment
must be ongoing.
OUR STYLE facilitative, as opposed to intrusive
WE ADDRESS actual issues faced by organizations
RESULTS empowered and effective human interaction
Intervention with a Purpose
Intervention based upon real issues clarifies alignment around
strategic, structural, and cultural areas of business. We facilitate the
group to observe and address challenge areas. We create a supportive
environment, where these issues can be worked to solution and plans
developed for implementation.
Reality Based Information
Group dynamics are evaluated through interviews, assessment
models, and discussion with key personnel. Observing the way that
a group confronts change, we are able to suggest accurate approaches for
action, assist the group to critique themselves and identify elegant solutions.
Looking at How We Do Things, to Do What We Do Better
When we look at how we do things, this is process management, as
opposed to product or task management. Moving a widget from point A
to point B, is a what, but how individuals within the group organize to
make this process more effective is the how around which we make
distinctions and refinements.
Better Equiped to Deal with Change
This process may result in decision to reorganize in order to take
advantage of existing resources, enhance communication systems, or
search outside to acquire additional capabilities. The organization moves
towards optimum function, with management better equiped to deal
with the one constant issue: change
Since conclusions are
developed by organizational
members, there is an inherent
committment to the outcome.
Tell me and I'll forget, show me, I may remember,
involve me, and it is mine for a lifetime.
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