Organisations and people need intelligent, tailored development to successfully tackle increasingly competitive and challenging business issues.
TSOC works with large, complex organisations where they
- Manage organisational and cultural transformation;
- Develop talent;
- Motivate people to help maintain market position;
- Concentrate top teams on corporate objectives;
- Achieve significant growth and development.
Our bespoke approach to Organisational Development concentrates on people; typically we work closely with change agents, senior sponsors, and key influencers. We insist on starting with the end in mind (to quote Steven Covey), and on defining success criteria: measures for return on investment (ROI) are established before the design process begins.
Or, get more out of...
... the investment you've already paid for and find your 'cash in the attic'. Now is the time to review organisational or executive development programmes that are gathering dust... question those expensive initiatives that didn't live up to expectation... and time to dump the 'knick knacks' that no longer have intrisic value.
What's the view from the bridge when resources are stretched and yet your organisational and leadership development still needs to be fed and watered?
Sweat your assets and get more out of the investment you've already paid for... find your 'cash in the attic'.
Now is the time to review organisational or executive development programmes that are gathering dust... question those expensive initiatives that didn't live up to expectation... and time to dump the ‘knick-knacks' that no longer have intrinsic value.
What do we do
Step 1 - Basic but difficult - questions. Which initiatives have been undertaken and which have delivered value to your business. How and why did they succeed or fail? We find out via interviews, desk work and analysis.
Step 2 - Where are the gaps of opportunity What can be kept and revived, or discarded. Where can we help you reap tangible benefit on programmes that had no success criteria or RoI?
Step 3 - Your routemap It'll look like a jigsaw - and that's good because it means we really are knitting a range of development programmes together regardless of time lapsed, type of learning and original outcome.