Organisation and HR

All organisations are made of human beings

Employees and great managers are the basis of production in our time. Motivated employees mean greater efficiency and better numbers in total. The motivation and work pleasure of employees cannot be found solely in the amount of money that ticks into their account each month.


Motivation at the workplace is, among other things, the result of a well-structured hiring process, a great on-boarding, continuous feedback from leaders and colleagues, professional opportunities for developing competencies, a balance between work- and leisure time, engaged leaders and an overall experience of belonging and being part of something meaningful.


Most companies are challenged on one or more of these aspects, but they don’t necessarily know which. They may observe that the number of applications are decreasing, that their colleagues turn in sick more often, that the employee satisfaction is decreasing or that the energy in meetings have disappeared.


If you apply behavioural design in HR, you’ll get the opportunity to obtain more effective recruitment- and on-boarding processes, lower stress and accidents at work, enhance the well-being of employees, and obtain better insights into what characterises a great leader and productive employees in your company.


Below, you’ll find examples where we’ve helped a number of our clients implement behavioural design in their organisation and HR.

Behavioural design in organisation and HR

From abstract values to measurable skill development

The HR-department in a big, Danish pharmaceutical company acknowledged the need for appropriate development-courses for newly employed leaders. But how do you offer goal-oriented and relevant development for each individual leader?