You are looking for ...
... a consultancy that has dealt with different concepts of self-organization in theory and practice and supports the introduction undogmatically, close to reality, with a close look at your organization.
... a good balance between the development of organizational structures and the development of the social competences of those involved.
... the implementation of self-organization in a multi-stage organic process - starting with the self-organised team.
How we can support you ...
- We advise leadership circles and designers in your organization on the question of where a higher degree of self-organization makes sense.
- We offer practical experience and best practice examples for implementation: Is a big bang effective, or is it better to introduce it through pilot projects? What should the structure look like and how should the interfaces to other areas be designed?
- We support teams in overcoming the social challenges of self-organization such as decision-making, cooperation and conflict management.
- We accompany managers in the question of how to manage self-organised teams and how to ensure the success of the company.
How you benefit ...
- Complex issues can be dealt with more efficiently in self-organization - it saves hierarchy related time and cost.
- Employee satisfaction increases when the scope of action and the contribution to the company's purpose is greater - this is also an important advantage in recruiting.
- Leadership is relieved of accompanying routines and can become more strategically effective.
- A different culture is created - with an increased sense of responsibility among all participants.
What is important to us
- We have a good view of the "DNA" of the organization: How big is the leap, how has it been managed so far? Which way of development does the organization have to take towards more self-organization?
- We focus on all levels: Culture, structure, leadership and communication.
- We know and consider that a major success factor in self-organization is the attitude of those involved - two issues here are trust and taking responsibility. Changing structures alone is usually of little use - goal-oriented development takes place at all levels.
- We do this in a pragmatic and resource-oriented way.