We have distilled the essence of our approach into four interdependent components: Systems Thinking, Understanding Variation, Human Centred Design and Knowledge. We call this “make better happen knowledge”.
Lean Systems Thinking
The ICE approach for Lean Systems Thinking challenges the shortfalls of contemporary management with a clear alternative. We have recognised the deep rooted problems in organisations and systems that drive hierarchy and reduce autonomy.
ICE freedom at work systems thinking pays particular attention to six attributes that make the biggest impact.
We have distilled the essence of our approach into four interdependent components that we call the system to “make better happen knowledge”. Together these represent the key disciplines that describe how we work with our partner organisations and how they become more successful. We provide the tools and a coaching mentor partnership so our partners achieve the breakthrough in all aspects of their business.
The four components are:
Doing the right thing is essential, doing things right links with your people purpose.
The ICE 7Es systems thinking planning model takes away uncertainty for our partners, designed to take you through facilitated systems improvement journeys with live demand. We commit to enabling your teams to work through learning by doing and experiencing the results of improvement first-hand, building sustainability through internal capacity building.