Using our tools and systems in your training programs will create an organizational learning culture that enables a new form of project management where shared visions become a driving force.
groupVision trains and assists consultants, project managers and trainers who want to improve their practice with group collaboration technologies. Our services can be used internally for productivity improvement or externally to broaden the value-chain of an existing knowledge management business.
KMPG, Deloitte, and PWC are among just a few companies that trust us to provide a unique angle on their management education initiatives. These advanced group techniques are now within your reach.
We provide training for innovative approaches to your training programs, critical meetings, and seminars.
Based on more than 150 years of combined practice in a range of industries from our worldwide associates have developed a substantial amount of online meeting’s core-process templates. Jointly we will be able to find the model most suited to start building your next training program or just to build your training template from scratch.
A Soft Systems intervention helps team members to grasp a clear understanding of what needs to be done to tackle complex problem situations where other types of methods typically fail.
We have a cooperative learning template for business teams applying the principles of Soft Systems thinking to the “real world” conditions existing within their organization. The methodology uses facilitated online meetings to help management teams focus on issues requiring their immediate attention.
Facilitated e-meetings significantly improve the ability of knowledge workers to communicate and collaborate in sharing knowledge and building on each other’s ideas.
We co-create with our clients improved processes for transforming the organizations they serve in places where creativity is empowered:
- Creating scenarios emerging from the deep desires of customers, suppliers, employees and of all stakeholders, and guided by general principles of nature.
- Becoming aware of how we learn, both individually and as a group. Encouraging people to break away from imitating “superior models” and to take the risk of experimenting with their minds’ higher creativity.
- Helping people to understand and take responsibility for their personal growth and their team’s visionary capacity to reach higher levels of performance.
- Visualizing in groups, the factors that make visions come alive by liberating the unconscious with the help of scientific learning tools and appropriate computer technology.