People deserve better experiences of work and of workplaces. We design them.
Humans of the world of work - candidates, employees, free agents, and former colleagues or alumni - are the equivalent of customers and users of organizations and their offerings. They deserve better experiences. We work with our clients to make services, products, programs, jobs, workspaces, environments and workplaces more human-centered and to create engaging, emotive and meaningful experiences that humans of the world at work love. We devise the conditions that make it possible for people, organizations and business to innovate and thrive.
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How We Can Engage With You
We can help you. At each and every step. By leading and doing, facilitating, coaching or by a blended arrangement that works best for you.
We facilitate - alignment sessions, strategy sprints, design sprints, workshops, etc.
You actively participate.
We lead and do, involving you and your customers and users along the way.
We facilitate alignment sessions, strategy sprints, design sprints, and workshops to fast track innovation.
We coach leveraging
our expertise in design research
+ purpose and culture.
Who We Engage With
We serve across multiple industries, sectors and organizations ranging in size and footprint. We work with senior executives such as CEOs, COOs, CMOs, CHROs/CPOs, CIOs, Chief Experience Officers, Chief Administrators, and Heads of Business (unit or geography). Also, we work with functional leaders in HR, Recruitment, Marketing, Employer Brand, CX, Workspace/Facilities Management, IT, Community and Corporate Relations plus many other leaders who are committed to creating better experiences for humans of the world at work.
Our Design Process
We are believers in and passionate pracitioners of human-centered experience design. Rapid feedback, customer and stakeholder involvement, and team motivation and empowerment are just a few of the benefits that produce better outcomes for all involved.
Here's a simplified overview of our design process in which we use a human-centered design approach and leverage design thinking and agile methodologies, tools and methods...and other contextually-relevant disciplines.
In the illustration below, customers/users = humans of the world at work = job seekers, candidates, employees, freelancers, former colleagues or alumni