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box_organisationAlignOrganisational alignment is the state when all members, of a business function, division or department are engaged in a meaningful pursuit of the organisation’s vision and execution of strategy.

We have a proven process to create this type of alignment in you organisation:


box-culturalAssessWe have a statistically valid and reliable approach to measuring the culture in an organisation. Initiating, quantifying and tracking data-driven organisational culture and climate is the cornerstone of our Consulting. 


box_humanCapitalThe integration of Organisation and Human Capital results in having the internal drive to achieve and sustain extra-ordinary results.  Our global organisational capital consulting expertise has a unique approach to leadership, teamwork, culture and alignment.


box_businessIntergrationOver time, business units  move toward differentiation which results in a lack of cooperation and coordination. While some of this may be necessary and appropriate, most of these differences create dysfunction, producing “silo effects” and inter-unit conflict. 

Organisational alignment is the state when all members and all departments are engaged in a meaningful pursuit of the organisation’s vision and execution of strategy.



As global organisations become increasingly diverse, they can benefit greatly from the complementary backgrounds and perspectives of their members. Realising these benefits, requires members to understand and respect differences and agree on a set of shared values and goals.


box_mergersClashes in organisational culture is the number one reason for failures in mergers and acquisitions. It makes sense to measure the cultures of the two organizations during the due diligence phase.  These results  identify problem areas and allow for the development of a plan to overcome the differences.

 The data used with the results of  the due diligence, will aid in the assessment of potential risks for the merger, and determine the value of a shared ideal culture, post-merger.