We work closely with our clients (sleeves rolled up) to help them plan and implement change. We also seek to affect the way their organisations handle change such that it is easier in the future.
To avoid doubt: we don’t deliver technology. We understand it, love it and can absolutely help make decisions about it – but it is not our knitting.
We believe that genuine change springs from organisational learning and that this learning only really happens when people who are part of the change, come together, work together and take responsibility for making it happen. So, our work is focused on growing, supporting and guiding such groups of people.
Like most consultants, we help people plan and communicate; we run workshops; we help grow communities; we model business processes; we support learning; we help measure progress; we mentor; we coach. But, we seek to do all of these things with humanity, with passion and with a sense of fun such that those we work with feel genuinely valued, energised and confident to do what they need to do.
We are a little bit unconventional (ask our clients whom we once persuaded to dress up as a pantomime horse), but it is that which has helped us to make a serious difference in some large organisations with very serious jobs to do.