Deploying its acclaimed and proprietary Immunity to Change™ approach, Minds at Work ® helps organizations around the world to understand and overcome the fundamental, yet often invisible, forces that foil progress on individual and collective goals critical to success. Working with units as small as a leadership team and as large as a company’s whole culture, our Organizational Practice has, for many years, served private- and public-sector organizations of all sizes, all over the world. Please read some of our case studies below, or learn more about how your organization can utilize the Immunity to Change™ approach online by clicking here
Every engagement is custom-designed in collaboration with our client’s senior members.
By the OD department of a pharmaceutical company to train its members to integrate ITC practices into their change-management work.
By the HR department of a phone company to train its members to integrate ITC practices into their talent-development work.
By the Learning department of a silicon-valley company to train its members to integrate ITC practices into their internal learning offerings for their executives and engineers.
By an international media company to equip 500 line leaders to integrate ITC practices into their teams.
By professional services firms (e.g., a Big Four accounting firm and an international executive search firm) to equip their senior members to use ITC practices with their clients.
Our research is revealing the ways that uniquely developmental cultures work. Our practice is about making more of such cultures possible. Our sister firm, Way to Grow Inc., is a work in progress incubator for our mission and ourselves.
Read how the Immunity to Change approach has helped a wide array of businesses and non-profit organizations–including an international strategy consulting firm, hospitals, financial institutions, school systems and universities, a top pharmaceutical company, a European railway, a state’s Child Welfare office, and the U.S. Forest Service–achieve vital goals and overcome stubborn organizational challenges.