Develop A New Way of Thinking & Powerful Collaborations


    A business unit with 500 employees in the aviation industry is lacking of competitiveness in the case of innovation power, speed and price. The role between departments and the way of working is not clear. One of the employees is Mike. Imagine Mike comes to work every day with great ideas for new solutions and business opportunities. The problem of Mike is he is not heard. His boss is not interested in and fights against other departments for his authority. The whole organization spends more time with itself than with any other things. Everybody works in the company and not on the company. The challenge is a radical innovation at large scale of the whole business unit to become competitive again for a successful future.

    The Boom! Organization Design approach empowers a radical transformation at large scale and consists of the following two elements:
    1. A New Way of Leadership
    The Boom! Leadership Model is inspired by Theory U (Otto Scharmer, MIT). It is a life-changing experience transforming your organization from an ego-centric system to a to an open eco-system, with an open mind, an open heart and an open will. The Leadership Model helps you to unleash the innovation potential in your organization by building a co-creative environment of curiosity, compassion and courage.
    2. A New Way of Collaboration
    The Boom! Collaboration Model is based on the disruptive social technology Holocracy (Brian Robertson) applied by Zappos and Medium. It is an organic structure replaces the traditional pyramid-shaped management hierarchy using a collaboration of circles and a clear set of roles. Efficient collaboration sessions, such as tactical and governance sessions, will empower your organization a new way of decision making.


    Boom! Organization Design transformed the aviation business unit into a learning organization which can adapts itself like an organism quickly in accordance to a changing environment which goes far beyond the possibilities of classic organizations.