Our case studies demonstrate the highly bespoke nature of our work. Every case is different, yet they all illustrate in various ways the core principles of our approach to change and leadership. Each is anonymised to enable greater openness – but if you are serious about working with us, we would be happy to arrange for you to talk or meet with clients who have worked with us before.


Integrated Leadership Development Programme for high-profile South African manufacturing business

Summary of our work with the top 70 leaders of a large, complex, culturally-diverse manufacturing site: supporting the site’s focus on measurable performance improvement through a multi-threaded programme of leadership learning. Read more...

Executive Change Support through a Digital Transformation

Summary of our work with the leadership of a niche global business, transforming itself via an ambitious acquisition and digital strategy. Read more...

Delivering a Platform for IT-driven Transformation

Summary of our work with a multi-jurisdictional financial services company, transforming itself via the implementation of a leading-edge IT platform. Read more...

Implementing a New Operating Model (NOM) in the Wake of the Big Four

Summary of our work with a large manufacturing company implementing a New Operating Model (NOM) Read more...

Pre-Sale Business Improvement

Summary of our work with the leadership of a UK business within a global corporation, being prepared for sale to a new U.S. owner Read more...

Performance Improvement and Whole-system Alignment for a FTSE 100 business

Summary of our work for a complex business, employing 1000+ personnel no longer trusted to perform by global management. Read more...

Shifting Difficult Team Dynamics within Local Government

Summary of a challenging piece of Organizational Development work focused on helping a large Social Services team to rebuild trust in their leadership, and in themselves following an incident in which a child nearly died. Read more...

Clients we’ve worked with…

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