The social sciences are key in times of crisis and change, because they offer inestimable tools to understand the future. And if we don’t understand the future, our business cannot take the challenge.
If only numbers reassure you, you miss something!
Management consulting often relies on a monochromatic analysis, usually based on financial and/or technical aspects. This is wrong because working cultures are made of very different variables that are often discarded by hard data. Missing a comprehensive assessment of variables necessarily brings a business to a loss (of money, talents, new markets, etc.). The social sciences, instead, offer comprehensive analyses of culture, economy, human capital. Because every country, company, department has a specific working culture.
Women as part of the culture
Women networks, initiatives, mentoring, female leadership. These are among the many activities organized by firms interested in diversity and equality. They have achieved a lot in terms of awareness, but they are not enough. As work is undergoing deep transformation, so are the ways in which diversity is approached. Many trust only numbers… We believe that beyond numbers, there is a lot of information to fruitfully use.
Classical approach to equality > focused on women.
Genderincorporate approach > focused on the whole corporate culture.
We make the difference because we look at equality from the perspective of the whole corporate culture. Through methods combining quantitative and qualitative research drawn from the social sciences, we offer solutions for change in management.
The only way to give a better place to women, is to look at them as part of the whole corporate culture!
1. Assessing the working culture (values, hierarchies) through research;
2. Estimating strengths and weaknesses through analytical reporting;
3. Proposing solutions (training sessions, strategy consulting);
4. Monitoring results with follow-ups.
a) We explain pros and cons of your working culture: there are crucial details you will need for future planning;
b) While we improve diversity and equality, we improve the whole corporate culture: this means more health at work, therefore you will draw (and retain) the best talents worldwide;
c) We abate costs on the long run as we transfer skills that you and your business will have at hand in the future.