Change management and design company that transforms the way companies work
OOO envisions making a valuable contribution in co-creating environments where people and organisations can thrive, where purpose, human-centric approaches and authenticity are key
we are OOO
OOO believes organisations will become
Alive & Agile
Where people are a sensor between what is and what should be. Where growth comes from within, empowered people take charge, lead the way, seek solutions and take their own responsibilities.
Lean & Meaningful
Where people focus on what really matters, things make sense, any type of waste has been taken away and organisations have a clear purpose. Where energy flows between people and in physical environments.
Open & Authentic
Where people are genuine, encounters real, dialogues open, environments authentic. Where we bring the outside world in, share knowledge and imagine new solutions together. We dare and experiment; learning and innovation are key.
Diverse & Connected
Where people favour trusted relationships, serendipity thrives, connections occur and co-creation across silos takes place. Where experts from different generations and sectors work together, people live to their full potential, performances are high, and impact is tangible.
the way we work is changing
Progress and innovation have changed the world in countless ways.
The past two decades have been marked by changes happening faster than ever. Technological developments have changed the way we live and work, and social media the way we communicate. Political, financial and educative systems are being questioned, and new systems are blooming everywhere.
Digitalisation has brought totally new perspectives and changed the way we do everything.
We have moved from the phase of the internet and the democratisation of information to the mobile phase, characterised by the ubiquity of information where smartphones are a virtual necessity, to the phase where Artificial Intelligence is entering our lives.
Many jobs once done by human beings are disappearing, total strangers are connecting and collaborating globally, and day-to-day friends are being estranged from one another.
People and organisations now need to adapt in order to match these technological developments with a human-centric approach if they want to continue to thrive.