Our experience of working in organisational development consulting has shown us that organisations are living systems and as any living organism are in constant change.
Organisations are not like machines that can be fixed by tightening or loosening screws or parts so a bit more of this or a bit less of that will ensure the desired result.
Organisations are formed by people and exist in a world that is constantly changing. We may realise or we may not, we may like it or we may not, but change is continuous not only in organisations but perhaps more importantly in the environment in which they exist.
They are constantly affected by realities that take place inside them, in the people who form them, in people’s relationships, in their products or in their many relationships with their environment, suppliers, clients, competitors, markets…
Change is natural. Why not accept something that is natural and work with it?
Our challenge in organisational development consulting is maximising people’s individual and collective performance in the organisation to maximise the organisation’s performance.
To achieve this objective our experience shows it is best to work in close partnership with our clients using the Action Research model, a classic organisational development model that allows us to build a working relationship with our clients to commonly assess the situation and work together to find the best ways to develop the organisation.
Our work is based on more than 20 years of international management experience at the highest level. We also draw from different methodology and models according to what we think suits best. Some of them are Gestalt consulting or natural change models.
The result is that actions are put into work and are constantly being monitored. Constant feedback from the organisation and its environment is encouraged and used to design new actions.
This quality of organisational development consulting helps the organisation develop in such a way that it can adapt to constant change, remain viable and utilise feedback to create a process of continuous improvement.