Cases

Creating a Culture of Inclusion

Industry: Health Care & Pharma

The company recognizes diversity and inclusiveness as key strengths of its culture. A key strategic initiative is to broaden the innovation focus drawing on these values, among others. 

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Empowering Managers in the Midst of Change

Industry: Automotive

Seeking to operate more effectively in an increasingly challenging time and shift towards a culture of accountability, the company requested that Axialent: Help improve managerial efficiency by identifying and testing solutions that meet the challenging situations that managers are facing, both specific and personal.

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Maximizing productivity in R&D

Industry: Health Care & Pharma

The R&D organization was suffering the impact of significant failure in productivity. The challenge was to increase the delivery of meaningful medicines to the global market, in the face of industry demands due to increasing generics, increasing legislative hurdles (especially in the US and EU) and shortening patent times.

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Preparing the Leaders of the Future

Industry: Agriculture

The bank was restructuring their operating model from a group of local banks with local identity to a truly international firm with connectivity across – the aim was to become “one bank”. They were also changing their growth strategy from growing everywhere regardless of size, to focused growth in the markets of most leverage.

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Deploying and Aligning with New Organizational Strategy

Industry: Professional Services

In order to deploy a new five year strategy, senior leaders wanted to elicit understanding and commitment from their organization’s five thousand employees.

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Changing Culture to Address an Underperforming Business Unit

Industry: Manufacturing

Despite millions of dollars invested in technical improvements, the manufacturer’s largest plant continued to have the lowest production rates across the company in the last ten years. Employee engagement was extremely low, bickering and blaming was the norm and union politics stalled the business.

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