Your policies, procedures and processes interacting with management, communication and decision-making create invisible systems that guide both behaviors and beliefs in organizations. Auditing and modifying your systems enables the culture to grow with your operations.
Organization-wide communication and collaboration can be challenging and social technology is only half of the solution. Coaching your workforce in new ways to interact and exchange knowledge is critical to scaling collaboration.
Aligning people to a new approach to working starts with understanding the current state of these activities, then introducing new models that challenge but do not disrupt workflow. Our workshops and orientation approaches set the foundation for greater openness and transparency.
Your organization's ability to execute, innovate, and remain agile is directly related to your employee’s ability to adapt in rapidly changing times. Adapting is the ability to learn quickly and most learning happens in the work we do through conversations and collaboration. It’s happening in your company now, yet it’s likely unstructured, unsupported and relatively invisible.
ThruWork works with you to make the invisible visible and more effective. By providing the services to support, enable and encourage a stronger work-learning environment, your organization can stay "small" to grow successful.
What you have right now is exactly what large organizations aspire to return to – passionate, continuously learning employees at the heart of your culture. This is your advantage today, an advantage that can scale as you scale your operations.
Learn more about what our services offer.
Read more in this Open Letter to a Small Business Leader.
Few people deeply understand both sides of this problem: how to design ESNs, and how organizations really work, and in particular, what employees need to connect and engage. Mark Britz is someone who understands all this deeply
- Brad Palmer, Founder and CEO, Jostle, Inc.
He [Mark] helped our Senior Leadership understand what true instructional design meant and the role it plays in helping adults learn and perform their jobs. Mark is a very creative and thoughtful individual who enjoys pushing the "learning envelope" and has become an expert in the whole realm of social learning.
- David Sokolowski, Managing Director of L&D, ADMI
Mark is a Social Media evangelist, learning and development expert, an excellent speaker, and a strong manager. Over the past several years I have worked with him on a number of projects from corporate social media to knowledge management. In every case he was professional, creative, and articulate. Through these efforts he has enhanced my own capabilities by imparting greater knowledge about learning and development, social media, and speaking.
- Robert Sax, CTO, Systems Made Simple