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Strategy & Organizational Development

We specialize in supporting our clients through a strategic and comprehensive approach to Organizational Development, aimed at driving value through innovation, efficiency, and the growth and development of their employees. Our commitment to understanding the core of their business and identifying potential obstacles allows us to work collaboratively to transform and align organizations with their strategic ambitions.Our expertise encompasses a wide range of areas, including change management, process optimization, and strategic foresight.

Service Offering

Organisational development

Strategic planning

Change management

Project Management

Leadership development

Financial Management & Procurement

Current and past clients

Sample Projects

The vision of a united Africa, with free movement of people and increasing economic and political integration, has been a fundamental pan-African idea for decades. In this context, the free movement of people encompasses the right of citizens of one country to enter another country without major restrictions as well as the right to live and work there. The African Union (AU) is promoting the implementation of this vision.Migration within the African continent is much more prevalent than to Europe or other regions of the world. Intraregional forms of migration, such as seasonal labour migration, are essential for the livelihood of millions of people in Africa.

Our contribution
- Provide organisational development services to review the operational and administrative process landscape of the programme.
- Identify procedural and structural bottlenecks, and in close consultation with team members come up with recommendations for effective and timely project implementation under the described circumstances.



Thematic area

Strategy & Organisational Development


September 2022 - August 2023


Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit  (GIZ) GmbH

When the Republic of Kosovo decided to review its State Strategy on Migration 2019-2023 and to develop a comprehensive Strategy on Migration 2021-2025 merging its Migration, Diaspora and Reintegration strategies, it created a twofold opportunity. On one hand, this approach would allow officials to improve their understanding of future trends and developments in Migration, and on the other hand it would provide them a chance to broaden the scope of existing strategies. The Government of Kosovo sought to identify gaps in the current system and strengthen its institutional mechanisms, all with an eye toward “improving and empowering migration management as an important pillar of the socio-economic development of the country”. This played out across five strategic objectives with the Global Compact on Migration, the potential accession of Kosovo to the European Union and the attendant legal and regulatory requirements influencing all of them.

Because the new Strategy on Migration looks well into the Future – a future that has grown increasingly unpredictable and uncertain, particularly after the onset of the current global pandemic –it inherently entails significant risks and challenges. The array of possible futures that lie before us includes elements that can waylay even the best-laid plans. With Strategic Foresight, various future scenarios can be designed. A strategy that is based on the strategic implications of these scenarios is therefore more future-proof than a strategy that is geared towards a one-dimensional future.

Our contribution
To build their strategic foresight capacities and future proof their migration strategy, together with Cambrian Futures we designed and conducted an applied Strategic Foresight and Scenario Planning training for representatives of the Kosovo Government Agency for Migration (GAM) and the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO). This included:

- Primer introduction to the guiding principles and process of disruption foresight and scenario planning, from identifying a focal issue, to identifying and selecting disruptive forces, to creating future scenarios and deriving strategic implications from future scenarios.

- Application of the disruption foresight and scenario planning process to the migration strategy of the Government of the Republic of Kosovo



Thematic area

Strategy & Organizational Development


October-December 2020


GOPA Worldwide Consultants GmbH

In its endeavour to address the global challenges of malnutrition, GAIN is working hard towards making nutritious foods available and accessible, particularly to vulnerable populations through food fortification.One major pitfall in the case of fortification to health impact is that even when a country has made fortification  mandatory, gaps in fortification quality remain. Fortified foods that do not meet the established standards can  result in a program not reaching its intended impact. In order to understand where these pitfalls lie in achieving  adequate quality of fortified foods and to initiate corrective actions, data collection throughout various  points of the food fortification value chain i.e., from producer to consumer are needed. Despite collection  of data among various stakeholders across the value chain, data is not shared and is kept in silos.

Fostering collaboration to accelerate innovation and technology, in the nutrition sector, particularly large-scale  food fortification, is critical. The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, with support from the Bill and Melinda  Gates Foundation led a consortium of expert technology companies, private sector partners and NGOs  to pilot and scale up the development of a Digital FQT+ for Food Fortification which intends  to improve transparency and traceability of fortification quality across the large-scale food fortification value chain.

Our contribution
- Assessing the Change Readiness of impacted stakeholder groups in 3 countries.
- Conceptualising a Change Management framework.
- Training GAIN on Change Management principles
- Implementing the recommended Change Management Strategy.
- Providing ongoing and on-demand support  throughout the project duration.


India, Bangladesch, Nigeria

Thematic area

Strategy & Organisational Development


Jan 2023- Dec 2025


The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN)

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