Our Services Include the Following:
We believe in learning in the situation. Our processes are therefore designed to reflect while in the implementation. Practice therefore informs the reflection while the reflection informs practice. We work with organisational leaders to incorporate times for corporate reflection and learning. By providing leaders with individual professional coaches, we also assist the process of implementation of learning in the work place. Theory informs practice and practice informs theory. All our processes use case studies which are actual situations that the participants are facing in their lives and workplaces. This ensures that the learning is contextualized and practical. We encourage the use of questions to challenge the dominant assumptions in the collective thinking of the organisation or of specific teams and individuals. Through one on one coaching as well as group webinars, we seek to accompany the participants in the uncomfortable process of ‘unlearning’ which is a core ingredient of action learning.
Research and Innovation
It was Revan (1987) who said, ‘For an organisation to survive, the rate of learning must be equal to or greater than the rate of change in its external environment. Innovation though needs to be measured and incentivised for it to be taken seriously within organisation. We work with organisational leaders to research and understand the culture of the organisation enabling them to identify the enablers as well as the barriers to innovation within their specific organisation. They are then better placed to promote a culture of innovation in their workplaces. This is the case whether the innovation is around a product, a process or even a redesign of the core purpose of the organisation. Our processes enable leaders to identify ways in which they can innovate around the value chains of their organisation.
We aim to be a leading publisher of case studies and stories that amplify the good in organisations and society. We will be documenting and publishing e-books as well as e-cases as a means towards knowledge creation and knowledge sharing.