“There is no such thing as a dysfunctional organisation, because every organisation is perfectly aligned to get the results it currently gets”

Leadership on the Line: Heifetz and Linsky

DUIN.partners is an organizational development consultancy that focuses on sustainable growth.

When margins are under pressure, customer contentment drops or competitive standing is at risk, our instinctive response often leans towards (micro) management. Yet, our past experiences repeatedly demonstrate that honing organizational resilience is by far the most effective strategy.

We believe in the vital role of resilience in shaping the future-focused organization. It’s an outcome of purposeful organizational design, responsible leadership, fostering a conducive culture, and meaningful investment in people. Our initial focus is always on cultivating a culture defined by shared values, convictions, and conduct as it significantly influences our outcomes via our actions.

What differentiates us is our methodology to map culture in the most accessible way possible, thereby establishing a robust foundation for an enterprise-wide initiative. Subsequently, we collaboratively devise a growth plan to bolster leadership and expedite transformation by reconfiguring the organization and grooming the upcoming talent pool.

We are a B-Corp in-the-making. From our conception on we decided to be a force for good. Responsible leadership is also about walking the talk. How could we transform teams and organisations and turn them into sustainable powerhouses for good, while not being a B-Corp. The B-Corp movement consists of companies large and small, working to redefine capitalism as we know it. We’re all working towards a common goal of transitioning to an economic system that is equitable, regenerative, and inclusive. Do learn more on their website(s) and don’t hesitate to join us in our quest.

We are part of the Cronos Group of companies. The Cronos Group is a diverse group, active in a number of innovative sectors, mainly dealing with technological challenges. The group seeks to serve as a catalyst for the development of scientific research on new technologies into business solutions. We joined the Group because we noticed that moving towards a regenerative future involves technology. The biggest hurdle with this approach is that we often loose ourselves in the novelty of the technology while forgetting that it has to serve human beings and humankind in the first place.

Drop us a line to find out more, we’re happy to have a conversation.