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Organisational Transformation for Fast Flow

Change is complex. 

Book a chat with one of our transformation leads to identify your first next steps for leading change that delivers bottom-line benefits.

Lasting organisational change requires us to find and replace downward spirals with virtuous cycles.

Learn the tools to help coaches and individuals unlock organisational change even without formal authority, through systematically understanding and uprooting complex obstacles.

How can Organisational Transformation enable fast flow?

Successful transformation requires knowing where to start. We help leaders launch and focus change agendas to bring greater impact sooner, enabling work to flow faster and more seamlessly across the organisation.

We recognise every situation is different, and each story unique. By mapping out key aspects of an organisation and how they interact, we can uproot complex social and technical obstacles at their root – avoiding brittle, risky or temporary fixes that offer little or – worse – negative improvement.

How We Can Help

Our typical engagement structure involves four customisable ingredients that help us ignite ongoing holistic improvement efforts:

Transformation Assessment

We help focus and fast-forward your transformation agenda by finding the few focal points that can generate the most improvement, and provide you with an action plan.

Upgraded Agile Coaching

We are a force multiplier for your agile coach network. We focus on the whole system to create the conditions for your coaches to drive ongoing, holistic, upstream improvement across your delivery organisation.

Distributed & Scalable Solutions

Through our experienced and diverse teams we offer hands-on software development and data consultancy. From MVPs to full scale multi-region data driven systems, we have been trusted to review, architect and build adaptable systems that deliver.

Who We Work With

"OpenCredo helped me begin to understand my organisation as a system - changing the way I viewed issues from individual fires to be solved, to unearthing and understanding their interconnections. This allowed me to focus my efforts and work on the real root-cause problems, rather than endlessly jumping from fire to fire, all while learning from him how to do this on a continuous basis. Thanks to this, I am a better leader who has learned how to spot and work on the changes that will yield the best returns for the business and the team, drastically reducing the guesswork of team management."

CTO at UK Based Tech Start-Up

Join us at these
upcoming events

You can find us speaking or sponsoring the following events. 

Watch the space as new events will be added regularly!

 

Reinventing Work

OpenCredo will be talking about “Systems Thinking for Reinventing Work” at Reinventing Work  on October the 13th.

London Devops 

OpenCredo will be speaking about “Using Systems Thinking to help DevOps Flourish” at London DevOps on October the 20th.

London Scaling Agile Business

Join Simon Copsey for his talk about how to unlock the bottom-line business benefits of technical change at the London Scaling Agile Business on the 2nd of November.

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The Theory of Constraints is a set of thinking tools that brings hard science to social science, allowing us to be methodical in our approach to organisational change. In this talk we share the Current Reality Tree tool, show you it in action with some worked examples, and – in doing so – allow you to better understand the organisations in which you work. Watch here!

Agnostic Agile Meetup: Systems Thinking for Happy Staff and Elated Customers

This talk draws on the Theory of Constraints and aims to provide you with the tools you need to understand and uproot the cause of complex, cross-functional problems that cause widespread pain and all too often go unaddressed. Watch here!

Blog: When Your Product Teams Should Aim to be Inefficient

Many businesses advocate for efficiency, but this is not always the best course of action. This  2 part series blog explores the often unexpected implications of turning to technology to bring about efficiency or wider change, as well as the deeper considerations that must be addressed first. Read Part 1 and Part 2