Organizational development consultancy

Organizational development

Create a people strategy to get the best from organizational change, culture and development

And whether it’s business structure, culture, leadership, frameworks, HR processes or something else that changes, it affects people on every level of the organization.

Success depends on people. Future success depends on people changing with the organization. 

This means you need a people-perspective in your vision if you want to implement change and get the best results for the whole business. 

An organizational people strategy is the way to do it. 

We see the organization as an interconnected system. Everything affects somebody somewhere. 

See the three-step approach below and get in touch. 

Let’s talk about a people strategy for organizational development.

The Myers-Briggs Company and organisational development
 Both the values and capability frameworks really feel like PIC. They are used in everyday language and have really come to life across the organisation.

Kim Gozzett, Chief Operating Officer, PIC.

Defining success

What does the future of your organization look like? Let’s talk, let's define it. Then we can see what you need – business frameworks, cultural shifts, assessment centres – to make it happen the way you want.

Evaluating people

We take an honest look at what your people are doing right now, from the ground up. We see where they meet your vision of the future – and where the gaps are. We’ll get to know how your people will react to the changes your organization wants to make.

Growing capability

We’ll put the frameworks and development programs in place to support the changes you want to make. We’ll make sure that people across the whole organization get the support they need to move with the business changes you’re making.
  • processes, systems and structures
  • business strategy
  • people strategy
  • goals and alignment
  • behavioural assessment
  • career planning
  • communication
  • influencing skills
  • change management