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Organizational Development

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Challenge

When facing uncertainty and/or complexity.

My contribution

Agile strategy processes, prototyping, experimentation, workshops, customer involvement, strategy sprints.

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Challenge

Ensuring leadership is on board and part of the process.

My contribution

Internal development programmes, strategy review meetings, leadership training, change management training.

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Challenge

Need for improving competitive advantage through cross-unit collaboration.

My contribution

4-hour workshop involving all actors  (8 – 100 people) to adressi and explore collaboration opportunities and actions.

Challenge

When in need of a neutral perspective to foster new perspectives, discover fresh insights, and to identify previously unnoticed opportunities, risks and issues. This is accompanied by experiences and views from others in similar industries.

My contribution

In-depth interviewing  with a representative number of respondents to explore their perspectives on the organization (board members, managers, key resources) 

 

A report based on the interviews and observations with comments and reflections by TT in combination with some theoretical organizational models and experiences from other organizations.   This report is to be discussed and “processed” by the clients to sort out the best future actions regarding organizational and managerial improvements.

   

Challenge

Teams facing challenges hindering their performance.

(Management Teams, Project Teams, etc.).

My contribution

In-depth 1on1 interviews to collect each individual´s view on team realities.  From objectives/results to psychological safety.

1 + 1 day team development processes based on the interview findings.

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Challenge

For project managers who lead small/medium size projects where agility and structure must be balanced.

  • Start-ups, scale-ups
  • Innovation projects
  • Change projects

My contribution

15 – 20 project managers who bring forward a case study (their project) over a one or two-day training.

The process begins by refining the project´s conceptual aspects – purpose, scope, deliveries and appropriate project process design.

Then work continues with the role of a project leader, to get clarity and confidence.  The final phase focuses on coping with uncertainty and complexity.  

The training comprises a mix of short lectures, workshops, discussions and examples. The fun-factor is an important part.

40  Programmes delivered since 2012