17 augustus 2016
Service provider KMO-Portefeuille
As of August 2016, HazelHeartwood has become official service provider for KMO-Portefeuille.
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We support our customers to grow as human organizations in a digital world by working on questions like:
“How can we …”
Organizations must be effective and efficient to survive. We help our clients by answering questions like:
“What can we do to …”
Our approach to strategy focuses on co-creation, leveraging the creativity, knowledge and experience of the teams we work with, and engaging the organisations we work in. Our aim is to craft actionable and pragmatic plans – as opposed to expensive and exhaustive reports.
Our approach to implementation is guided by our experience that success comes from starting small, testing well, validating outcomes, and progressively scaling up. Every step of the way, we take care to consider people, processes, systems and organisations – as opposed to blindly following process check-lists.
Our approach to review is two-fold: first, we leverage our senior executives as “sounding boards” and second, our consultants tread lightly and work swiftly to report fact-based outcomes. Our philosophy is that review must be positive process, focused on highlighting improvement opportunities – as opposed to listing up known defects.
The level of experience in the teams we deploy makes us unique. At HazelHeartwood, we don’t just call the experts, or fly them in from around the world at our client’s expense. Experienced Senior Executives are an integral part of the teams we deploy. Pairing Senior Executives with seasoned Consultants, we more efficiently identify what is important, and focus on that. Our clients experience a sustainable learning journey with a minimum of strain on their organisation.
That same level of experience leads us to not making any assumptions. We know every client situation is unique, and that each requires its own creative solutions. That is why we take time to understand your organization-specific context, and to ensure that our recommendations and actions are both reasonable and sustainable.