Enabling organisational growth
Supporting rapid growth by defining and cascading a values-based business strategy
Multiple interventions supported the design and implementation of a high growth new business strategy based on organisational values. The project focused on facilitating leaders to develop their ideas, cascading the strategy and developing leadership capacity at all organizational levels.
To support rapid growth, DSV ISS needed an ambitious strategy to set clear direction for the company’s future development. There was also a necessity to strengthen leadership capacity across the organisation to support new strategy implementation.
Taking into consideration the above, the decision has been made to strengthen DSV’s leadership culture. This was especially needed because:
Impact developed and supported the implementation of a companywide change solution which helped the organisation to transform to the next stage of the business’s development. The solution included several different interventions across different layers of the business:
The implementation of this solution helped DSV ISS to create and successfully implement their ambitious and very well-articulated new business strategy. It gave leaders clarity about what is expected of their role, and gave them support to take up the challenge to implement the necessary changes. Impact continue to support DSV ISS in the role of trusted advisor, helping to build further leadership capacity for the next stage of the dynamic business growth process.
Thoughts from our client:
"Impact consultants are professionals deeply committed within each stage of the project: starting from analysis up to training delivery. I am very impressed by their ability of very insightful analysis of customer’s needs. They “connect dots”, looking upon our needs from different business perspectives. What is unique in Impact’s training? They take participants on a learning journey. Thanks to the experientail learning methodology, participants gain deep self-reflection, share challenges, being very open for feedback." - Agnieszka Nowak, L&D Leader