We help you create solution spaces.
Our Peripetic© Turn workshop tackles project roadblocks by quantifying and focusing on long term benefits.
DOES THIS SOUND FAMILIAR TO YOU?
- Stalled projects and ineffective development processes.
- Fruitless discussions, hardening positions, accusations and mistrust.
- Time wasted on years of unsuccessful progress.
- No tangible benefit of continuing a project or actual cost
discontinuing disproportionately high.
WE BRING ENERGY INTO THE PROCESS!
In a compact and well-structured workshop we create solution spaces and allow for the required change of individual perspectives. Results from the past can be evaluated under new premises.
The workshop marks the starting point for a stringent and benefit-oriented strategy or project development process. Constructive and energizing days are strengthening the team.
When does this pay?
Whenever stakeholders with different interests work on a complex joint solution, especially
- in a project crisis
- sisat project startas a starting point for strategy development
- before starting a tender process
- in large projects
- in stalled sales processes
What do you gain from a Peripetic© Turn?
- Immediate room for manoeuvre within the defined solution space
- Positive energy for the team
- Long-term orientation
- Clear frame conditions for future decisions
- Key messages for internal and external communication
Which results does the workshop deliver?
- Structured collection and evaluation of previous results
- Integration of participants’ individual views
- Unanimously defined frame for future developments and solutions
- Differentiated definition of the long-term benefits
- Sorted list of future decisions and measurable criteria
- Structured roadmap and clearly define next steps
How long does a Peripetic© Turn workshop take?
- Depending on the complexity, two to five days of teamwork.
A peripetic© process initiates and effectively anchors a crucial turn.
Peripety (greek peripeteia) is a reversal of circumstances, or turning point. Aristotle defines peripeteia as “a change by which the action veers round to its opposite,…” (wikipedia.org)