Organizational Culture

Companies all over the world struggle with implementing their strategies successfully. According to McKinsey the number of failed strategy implementations is 76%[1]. But why?

We experience that most of the strategies and change processes fail due to the lack of emotional commitment from the individuals responsible for making the change. This stems from a failure in understanding the meaning behind the process. Hence, leaving emotional engagement out of the equation.

In the 1850’s Charles Darwin wrote:

“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change”

Even though this was written more than 165 years ago, it is still a valid statement.

The repercussions for not anchoring strategies successfully nor having a motivated workforce are big. Experts suggest that stress and depression will become the main sources of disease in the EU by 2020[2].

In light of this, we help organizations craft a strong corporate culture where self-insight, engagement, and emotional commitment enhance the agility to successfully serve your market with a happy workforce.

We offer services within:

  • Corporate culture development
  • Personal development
  • Strategy development
  • People management


Delivered through:

  • Keynote speaks
  • Behavioral profiles
  • Personal mentoring
  • Workshops
  • Off location training events
  • Interim services

[1] INSEAD: The Business School of the World. Five Reasons Most Companies Fail at Strategy Execution. http://knowledge.insead.edu/blog/insead-blog/five-reasons-most-companies-fail-at-strategy-execution-4441

[2] DEPRESSION: A Global Crisis: World Mental Health Day, October 10 2012, World Federation for Mental Health, page 15

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