How to best implement technologies to facilitate world-class supply chain planning processes?
You’ll probably find us kind of impact-centric
We’re a bunch of curious nerds, working in a vast range of industries, sectors and disciplines. What unites us is a huge belief in the power of collaboration and a love of problems.
The film above will give you a good idea of who we are and what drives us. But numbers also tell part of the story, and here are a few: we started in 1996, have around 900 colleagues and approximately 250 of us own the company.
We have a total of eight offices in five countries – Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Germany and Switzerland – and work with clients all over the world.
If you’re still curious and would like to reach out directly to any one of us, please feel free to do so here.
Only 33% of all change projects delivers the impact intended.
Only 14% consider themselves fully engaged in their job.
We think these numbers represent a huge untapped potential for organisations.
We also believe that they are correlated. We need to be curious on understanding the underlying granularity of both, in order to design and drive successful transformations.
We need to change the way we change. More specifically, we need to question our own thinking, anecdotal best practice and never put “change management” on autopilot. And we think it's a principal necessity to try to understand the paradoxes – the irrational yet somehow predictable human side of change management.
We have defined the core personas that we strive to own and understand, different perspectives that the ultimate Implementer will strive to own and develop. The truth is that no two change encounters are similar and every conversation therefore calls for reflection – what perspective best serves this specific situation?
Where are you most confident, what’s your blind spot, where is your personal growth potential?