Building on Peter Drucker's insight, we believe that through the right culture, every organization can win by eating AND delivering the business stategy. The right culture for us means: intrapreneurial, empowered, highly aligned, dynamic, and pragmatic. What's more, strategy and culture are fundamentally linked. `Where to strategically grow and win` means also looking at `who are we`, `who can we become`, `where are we unique`. So for us winning means defining and delivering the capabilities-driven strategy. It's all in getting the question right first, then building the winning spirit by mobilizing the people, exactly accelerating the business stategy, implicitly building the culture, and finally synthesizing the insights and decisions, celebrating the wins.
That's why we combine consulting and gamified scalable web platforms to support our clients.
The proof of the pudding is in the eating. So, how do you start embedding gamification in your organization? How can you fit it into a running transformation programme? It’s all about finding an answer to five key questions.Read More
How do you re-allocate your R&D budgets and resources, while changing the way of working with company-wide buy-in, to reveal a committed revenue upside of multiple millions of euros in one to three years, in a matter of months? A global family-owned automotive company challenged its R&D teams to revise, elaborate and re-prioritize their existing development portfolio via a collaborative gamified transformation project.Read More
Every company willing to transform itself, gets to a stage where the entire process looks good on paper, slides, or in frameworks. But how do you push beyond that paper wall? And how do you generate people buy-in and engagement at the same time?Read More
Everyone talks about it, but expressing sharply & on the spot what it is (and what it is not) is sometimes quite hard. We use a good definition from MIT Sloan
Digital transformation is using the power of technology and new ways of working to accelerate business growth