What we do

We develop and provide mastery in evolving organizations towards their full potential, becoming truly relevant, resilient and resonant.
Here’s what we do and why it could matter to you.

COMPLEXITY IS RISING, PREDICTABILITY IS DEAD, WORK IS EVOLVING.

In order to thrive in emergent and interdependent work landscapes, your organization needs to become more lean, inclusive and open.
Your people need to embody effective collaboration, cocreating value and direction and opening up to meaningful conversations.

WHERE DO YOU
WANNA BE
TOMORROW?

Imagine the space of evolution in these three dimensions.
A value of zero on all of the three axes would fit for a company from the Fifties of the last century.

Where is your organisation today?
Where should it be tomorrow?

Leanness

Improving your leanness means adopting agile tools and techniques that iteratively evolve your operational culture of collaboration.

Inclusiveness

Improving your inclusiveness means applying participatory techniques that exploit your collective intelligence and individual diversity through cocreation.

Openness

Improving your openness means allowing transparent flows of knowledge and feedback to run through you inwards and outwards via meaningful conversations.

What we can do with you

In the evolution of work across the three dimensions of leanness, inclusiveness and openness, we can provide services in nine different areas. And for each, we can help you raise your Awareness, actualize a true Evolution, and activate vital Synergies.

What we can do with you

Awareness
Awareness

We design and provide experiences that support your first steps in the exploration of evolutionary opportunities.

Evolution
Evolution

The core of our work is taking you
through iterative journeys of
deep sociotechnical evolution.

Synergies
Synergies

We propose and support enablers to nurture systemic co-learning within whole work ecosystems.

What’s the next smallest thing you should do now?

“Small moves, smartly made, can set big things in motion.”
(J. Hagel, The Power of Pull)