We enable teams to collaborate effectively by enabling a high reliability culture across the organization.
In 2016, Gabriel Petrescu, alongside his partners Corina Stefan and Andrei Ianusco, set out a quest to demonstrate that teams that collaborate effectively outperform their competitors in terms of productivity. At EVOS, we support organizations in the development of their capabilities to create, and develop further, a series of heritable culture traits that enable them to continuously evolve and adapt to the disruptive challenges they have to face.
Today, our process is used by leading clients in various industries, while our team of experts is constantly developing this highly innovative processes of constructive collaboration and high reliability cultural transformation that allows them to continuously evolve.
A culture of high reliability pro-actively generates actions that eliminate and limit the impact of inherent errors and crises they are bound to face giving the volatile environment they have to cope with. In a culture of high reliability people, processes, policies and practices are all inter-related, and they all contribute to the team, unit and the whole organization.
A high reliability culture is distinct through the amplitude of the effort to increase the quality of attention to details at all the levels of the organization, so that people can spot potential errors, subtle context changes or variations that may trigger negative unintended consequences. Through these heritable culture traits, like constructive collaboration abilities and enhanced attention skills, the people and their teams become collectively conscious of the problems they are facing, and are able to come up with self-managed rapid responses adapting the operations to the context.
What we offer
When companies decide to work with us, we partner with them and start our journey by shining a light on what’s really happening in their organization using a mix of our product portfolio, that allows us to discover together what are the collaboration patterns that stand behind their current successes or failures, where are the bottlenecks and how to leverage the networks of collaboration to overcome them, and where are the hidden gems that stand in the shadows waiting to be unleashed.
More than two thirds of performance problems could be solved by improving employee collaboration. Improving processes is important, but too often ends up with negative unintended consequences if the whole process does not start from and with the people. Effective collaboration makes work enjoyable, enhances engagement, and improves financial, social and overall organizational performance.
Measure, analyze and align your organizational culture with what drives your business success.