Sustainability isn’t a solo project
So don’t let it become one! With sustainability being the starting point of your decisions, you’ll achieve better results.
A sustainable organization is – by our definition – one that is sustainable in all areas and aspects. The goal is a successful and responsible company which is sustainable long-term for both its clients, staff and for the environment.
As management consultants focused towards sustainability we see how measured, long-term development which balances stakeholder’s needs creates concrete business value. At the same time, it helps create robust and attractive organizations.
Our trainings and courses are an efficient way for you and your colleagues to gain knowledge in areas such as work environment, certification, requirements- and quality management, strategy and sustainability.
Often a collaboration with us is driven by a pronounced client need. It can be high indicators of poor health, large discards or rejections or demands by customers. By analyzing your current situation through a Status Analysis, we can together form a plan of action for your organization’s development.
Our trainings and courses are a combination of practical exercises and theoretical reviews. We offer both tailor-made and open trainings and courses. Education and seminars are, more often than not, included as part of our consulting services.
We work with clients of varied sizes and in different industries, both within the public and private sector.
"Midroc Rodoverken has undergone a tremendous journey of development and we had never gotten to where we are now without the consultants from Effort. They have held us together in our strategic work, served as an idea board and pushed changes in production."
”The collaboration with Effort has been characterized by responsiveness and an ability to adapt the process based on our needs. It was a fun, inspiring and rewarding collaboration with lessons that I have great use of to this day."
”Guidance from Effort has given me new perspectives on how I can tackle the challenges I face in the role of project manager. From both an individual and a group-dynamic based perspective but also from the strategic perspective.”