Companies are forced to adapt their collaboration model constantly in rapidly evolving environments. This evolution requires a flexible approach to organizational development.
Your organizational development
Functions, collaborative processes, and governance structures are changing faster. You can prevent many problems by aligning interventions with what is within the reach of the parties involved. This provides the basis for thoughtful individual, team, and organizational development initiatives.
Based on capabilities
The application broadens your options. It identifies how collaboration works, what potential there is, and what limitations you can overcome. This allows you to adapt to the new realities you face.
And a specific focus
The Dynamic Collaboration application specifically focuses on (re)designing work processes, optimizing individual decision-making at all organizational levels, and improving teamwork.
The figure outlines the three critical questions from the Dynamic Collaboration approach.
The application clarifies the quality of collaboration by highlighting the interrelationships between work design, employee decision-making, and team dynamics. The results help understand the root causes of quality problems, difficulties in translating strategies within the organization, lack of flexibility, and lack of results in innovation initiatives.
With the Dynamic Collaboration Application, you can
- Redefine functions and roles to maximize value creation.
- Understand how individual employees interpret their functions or roles and whether they broaden or narrow them.
- Achieve actual breakthroughs in the quality of team dialogue.
The application was developed based on the latest insights into the organization of work and what makes employees grow in real terms.
You can use the application as a company or consultant after one training day.
Check the Dynamic Collaboration Academy calendar for available training days. If you want in-house training for your company, it will be customized to your organization’s specific issues and challenges.