The Contexts in Which We Think and Act

The lenses through which we see things have a great deal to do with whether we consider the context in which they occur. We act within a network of relationships and meanings.

We always situate our professional thinking and action in the respective context. We aspire to consider and reflect on you, your organization, and the challenges you all face, always in connection with the substantive and social conditions of your environment. Of course, we also have a certain context of our own to navigate at the same time.

We must look at the lens through we see the world, as well as the world we see, and that the lens itself shapes how we interpret the world.
Stephen R. Covey

These are the contexts in which we think and act. What do you identify with?

People & New Work

What concerns us is how we can design work in organizations in ways that do justice to us as human beings – and not the other way around. You can call that “New Work.” Or “humanism.” Both are discourses within which we operate.


What is our approach?

Organization & Culture

Successful collaboration with all employees rising to their potential calls for a working framework that suits the purpose of the organization. Transparent and functional structures and processes are a part of this, as is an authentic culture.


Which framework fits?

Dialog & Interaction

Only the things that can be communicated can have relevance and an impact within the system. That is why we consider dialog – both within the organization and with customers – to be one of the most important keys to success. In dialog, we align our (inter-)actions around commonly held values and goals.


How does dialog come about?