Fujitsu SSL (Case Study)
Fujitsu Social Science Laboratory (SSL) is a division of Fujitsu Group with 200$ million revenue and 1,168 employees. Since 2007, Fujitsu SSL has used a custom CoachingOurselves program for management and leadership development. Now more than one in two middle managers have adopted this form of social learning for improved communication and managerial skills.
Fordham IT Leadership Program (Case Study)
This is the story of the design and deployment of a leadership development program using CoachingOurselves 90-minute leadership discussion modules with action learning to increase the leadership capacity at in the Fordham University IT department. This story is written by the Vice President and CIO of Fordham University.
Fairfood International (Case Study)
Dutch consultant, Mireille Jansma, designs CoachingOurselves 90-minute reflective discussion modules into a mini-MBA event for Fairfood international. Download this case study to learn more about the structure of the event, how CoachingOurselves was blended with other elements, and the results.
McGill University (Case Study)
This is the story of the use of CoachingOurselves modules for 1,700 managers and leaders at McGill University, as recounted by Johanne Houle, director of organizational development."Like many universities, we face a combination of organizational challenges: budgetary constraints, complex labour relations, and continual changes in higher education. We need tools to strengthen and maintain a vital sense of community among our managers and employees..."
IMpact at Lufthansa (Case Study)
This award-winning EFMD case study describes the use of CoachingOurselves as a tool for organizational development from management development. There is also a 20-minute educational video by Professor Mintzberg, which introduces how this is an innovative solution to the age-old problem of having a changed manager return back to an unchanged organization.
Brother Culture Change (Case Study)
This the story of the .bmp program, a one year cultural change program for 30 senior managers. This extensive program had 14 CoachingOurselves sessions, custom topics, guest speakers, IMpact sessions, journaling, and reflection papers.
Administrative Appeals Tribunal (Case Study)
The Administrative Appeals Tribunal has seven offices operating across Australia and provides independent review on the merits of a wide range of administrative decisions made by the Australian Government and some non-government bodies. This case study describes their use and results, of CoachingOurselves for leadership and management development.
The Best Way to Learn (article by Ed Schein)
"As a psychology major I learned that the most important work in psychology was research on how learning actually happens. The basic model is simple—you learn from experience. You have some kind of goal, you try something and then you get feedback on whether or not you are closer to your goal..."
ING Business School (Case Study)
This case study describes the partnership between ING Business School and CoachingOurselves. It describes the Connect, Connect, Connect initiatives which leverage CoachingOurselves themed discussion guides in a number of interventions for leadership development and to increase engagement.
Community-led public health: Institute of Urban Indigenous Health (Brisbane, Australia)
KPMG's latest report, "What Works: The trillion dollar quest. How the world’s best healthcare organizations develop managers and leaders" showcases examples of innovative and excellent leadership and management development approaches world-wide. As part of the featured Case Studies, Read about CoachingOurselves' impact on managers at the Institute of Urban Indigenous Health, in Brisbane, Australia.