Simple, discrete organisational issues can be addressed through component-level actions. However, this does not work for transforming organisations with long-term, systemic issues. These organisations need an integrated approach to re-aligning themselves as a whole system.
The Tricordant approach has been developed over the years through gathering a body of transformation expertise in organisation design and development, managing change, strategic development, leadership development and service redesign. It is based on our personal history and previous experience in working with and leading significant organisations.
Our approach centres on our unique Tricord™ model. It describes all aspects of an organisation that need to be aligned for the whole to be healthy: identity, strategy, systems and culture.
Through this approach we enable you to rebuild your organisation with ‘whole work teams’: purpose-focused, continuously-improving, human-scale teams that are well-led, inspired and great places to work.
We take a deliberately facilitative approach. We will co-create the solutions with your staff. We know how to engage your staff appropriately at different levels, including through large-scale, facilitated events.
“Essex had made significant progress on establishing its Health and Wellbeing Board but all involved were clear that a successful board is not down to its structures and governance. A successful board is based upon relationships and the willingness to work together, which is much harder to get right. Tricordant engaged members of the board individually and collectively, enabling us to explore the different aspirations that partners had and agree on how we move forward together with a shared agenda.”
Clare Hardy, Senior Manager, Health and Wellbeing Board, Essex County Council Strategic Services
“Tricordant used a powerful, but flexible approach to understand the key issues within Prime. This allowed them to identify our future resource needs and an organisation design able to sustain our rapid growth.”
Dr. John Geater MBE, International Director, PRIME – Partnerships in International Medical Education