Companies repeatedly face problems such as project overruns, loss of market share and workforce-business mismatches. That is because, no matter the size of your organization, making optimal decisions at the right time is not simple. A decision made in one department influences other parts of the organization, but these interrelationships can readily be misunderstood or neglected. Often, departments focus more on their internal tasks and pressures than keeping an eye on the bigger picture. This can have unintended impacts on other parts of the organization and the overall success of the company.
It is about understanding how we affect each other and how rushing into immediate fixes can be self-defeating. We provide the tools and means using systems thinking and applying system dynamics to help managers make sense of the complexity that is found in modern organizations and to intervene more effectively.