Let’s start an evolution.
With over 20 years of experience, Brenda Barker Scott Consulting can help you re-imagine your workplace, link and leverage talent, and succeed in a world without borders.
Creating spaces for meaningful work.
Are you wondering how to structure your organization, your teams and your workplace for maximum effectiveness? Do you need to re-engage your people and focus them on collaborating for high performance?
Strategy and talent are not enough. A creative and flexible infrastructure that responds to global, human and technological change is critical to thriving in the new world of work.
Brenda Barker Scott works with you to navigate through trends and changing work cultures, providing a blueprint to help you reshape the capabilities and resources your teams need to meet today’s challenges. Our design elements feature a deep understanding of your purpose, capabilities, resources and relationships and a focus on collective learning towards a shared vision.
What's Your burning question?
Contact us for a no-commitment discussion about your organization.
Brenda and Michael Manning recently published an article to help leaders optimize their collaborative efforts for the world of work. Designing for Collaboration: Don’t Just Focus on the Team, Focus Also on the Context in Which Teams Work is a deep dive into how three contextual factors related to work, relationships, and behaviors shift the setting from a place where collaboration is hard to do, to one that embodies collaboration as a widespread competence.
Brenda has been featured twice on C3inc’s podcast Channeled. Listen to the podcasts:
Organizational design helps us create more, together – in this podcast Brenda discussed how organizational design is about so much more than names on an organizational chart!
Organizational culture and design in the new normal – in this podcast Brenda discusses the new world of work caused by the pandemic and what leaders need to do to keep everyone connected.
The Transformational Design Process
We use a robust process designed to explore your challenges and build a culture that inspire new, critical thinking, shared knowledge, and a flexible space where people and ideas thrive.
A foundational blueprint maps your focus and scope across trends, design issues and your current work environment
The development and prioritization of design criteria using best practices, relevant data and stakeholder feedback
Design concepts created through a solid synthesis of data, core principles implications and meaningful conversations
Whole Systems Transformations
Brenda has extensive experience in all aspects of organizational development, acquired over a twenty-year career in teaching and consulting.
The pandemic has resulted in a very different work environment, one where so many people are working from home and isolated from their colleagues. C3inc spoke with Brenda Barker Scott on their podcast Channeled about the new world of work and what leaders need to do...
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