We use own and third party cookies to improve your user experience and offer the best services . If you continue browsing , we consider that you accept their use. Learn more.X




Culture


Every organisation has a culture that distinguishes it, identifies it, marks its means of operating and governs the image people glean from it.

Based on values, beliefs and means of interrelation, this culture may foster or halt the development and returns of the company.

How we can help you


Company culture analysis
In a setting of change and transformation such as the present, decision-making is becoming ever more complex. One of the most common risks we face is management based solely on external knowledge without taking into consideration internal factors that will enable us to provide value-based, more effective responses.

It is highly important to distinguish Òwhat we are from what we state we areÓ, as an acquaintance with our organisational culture is fundamental for valuing our actual capabilities.

To do so, it is necessary to apply objective tools to determine the current culture and define the most suitable culture for our business model because, based on our experience, both cultures tend not to be aligned.



Innovation management
The global market is increasingly turbulent, hostile, varied and complex. Similarly, today's consumers have evolved along with their needs. In the face of such demands, companies need to constantly reinvent themselves adapting their business model and, accordingly, their products, services and processes.

Just as important as generating creative, innovative ideas, or even more important, is to suitably apply the methodology that will allow your company to manage its innovation processes.

Our work in this field ranges from advice in defining innovation lines in consolidated companies to the analysis of innovation initiatives that may be of interest for new investment projects.



Intra-entrepreneurship
Intra-entrepreneurs are individuals or groups of people with a business vision within a company whose talent allows them to generate ideas and projects transforming an aspiration into a specific, genuine business.

Suitably fostering the initiatives of individuals who hold the internal knowledge of the organisation is the best means of ensuring success.

Intra-entrepreneurship is a management and planning system that arouses the emergence of these entrepreneurial spirits within organisations. The aim is to encourage the generation and capitalisation of innovative ideas so they may be subsequently transformed into new business opportunities.



Knowledge management
A highly complex and competitive business setting is becoming widespread and one of the most relevant aspects revealing itself is management of knowledge in the company. Management of knowledge in this situation is vital in order to ensure business sustainability in time.

Knowing how to value what information is important, having the ability to generate it and structure it suitably, and to transform it into knowledge to convey it to the organisation as a whole is the best competitive advantage that can be used to strengthen business.

Going from information to knowledge is not easy, it calls for individuals, structures, processes and cultures focussed on this goal. Accordingly, it is necessary to generate communication flows to detect, share and work on this goal to favour broader visions and detect opportunities in and among the various structures and individuals in an organisation.



Humanistic organisational leadership
The relevance of leadership is dormant owing to its impact on reaching the business goals.
Finding the keys to develop this is not easy owing to the complexity entailed by leadership and the diversity of trends providing responses in this respect.

What we can state is that the leadership formulae presented by the most classical management models are not providing the responses expected.

Leadership must be in line with the new setting, strengthening aspects related to people, the culture and relations, and overcoming fears, uncertainties and limitations.

Consequently, current leaders are human beings without any apparent extraordinary capabilities, but they do possess a high degree of self-knowledge. Likewise, they are capable of teaching and inspiring others and managing continual change within an organisation.