Organizational cohesion is a combination of relational capacity, psychological safety and relational leadership.
Research forms the basis of all our work, and our mission is to activate the latent collaborative potential that exists in all organizations. We do this by identifying and elucidating collaboration challenges, both within and across departments and disciplines, with a view to strengthening collaboration.
Overview creates a basis for targeted efforts, and concrete solutions must be found in the individual relations. Challenges cannot be solved until you know where to invest and what is at stake.
We create effects for you by ensuring a more coherent, clear and efficient management system.
We support you in building continuous high quality and efficiency in working with complex tasks and work processes. We do this by carrying out precise analyzes of the organizational cohesion in your organisation, and we combine this with dialogic methods and management advice.
"The ability to create productive collaborative relations around complex and dynamic, interdisciplinary and cross-organizational tasks, when and where the need arises".
- In the course of 6 months, we can increase the quality of interdisciplinary collaboration by up to 30 percent.
- Using the principles of relational capacity, we can both document the improved collaboration qualities and we can develop a common language for organizational cohesion.
- The research shows that a increased relational capacity (including greater mutual knowledge, mutual respect and joint problem solving), helps to increase the quality and efficiency of joint task solving.
Across sectors and disciplines, the research shows that higher relational capacity has these effects:
- Efficiency – more effective communication, shorter case processing and earlier (and less costly) efforts.
- Professional quality – we are getting better at using the knowledge and experience of the individual professional and professional group.
- Learning and innovation – better learning environment and better/new solutions when they knew, does not work.
- Work environment – lower sickness absence and stress, especially among the professional groups that are most dependent on others.
In public organizations these effects can be:
- Reduced risk of exclusion/outsiderness.
- Citizens and families with coordination needs will to a greater extent experience mastery of their own lives, dignity and self-sufficiency.
Other effects can be:
- Fewer conflicts in construction and construction projects.
- Construction projects that are delivered on time, on budget and in a collaborative climate that is safe and innovative.