In a world of increasing complexity, we can no longer afford to think only linearly. Everything is connected and is constantly changing. We look at organizations from an organizational perspective (organizational structures, systems, etc.) and a human perspective (talent management), but also broader: as ecosystems.
If you look at organizations such as ecosystems, you see an organization that is connected to its environment. Organizational design is then about approaching an organization as a whole and ensuring that all elements work together in the best possible way. It is no longer about “survival of the fittest” but about which organization can best cooperate with others in the ecosystem. Effective cooperation is determined by the right staffing.
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We help organizations translate their strategic ideas into a clear, agile and fair organization, where people with their motives and talents are in the right place. For this we use the latest behavioral science insights and we look at how organizational structures are connected to culture, motivating employees and its ecosystem.
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