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New Capability Development and Transformation Program for the 21st Century

The challenge
The digital revolution, the fourth industrial revolution, and the many, often disruptive, changes on the economic, social, political and technological fronts pose unprecedented challenges to individuals and organisations.
Our response

Magnify the impact of human brains

Our objective

Future-proof human capability

Who is it for

Every organisation, and every team and employee within it

How we deliver

With our 'Human Capability Development and Transformation Program'

Click here to see what the experts say

Read Anthony’s views on why capability (or lack of it) is nearly always the root cause of most common problems faced by organisations, be they related to risk, change, projects, performance or execution.

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Anthony Wilson, Director
Proximity Risk and Assurance

We 'weaponise' personal capability

Magnifying human capability means creating high-quality work environments where personal, team and organisational capability strengthen each other to produce outstanding outcomes.
Our program offers individuals, teams and organisations a capability development path to adapt, change, innovate and transform.

Select your Program plan

Problem choosing the right plan?
Just pick up the phone and give us a call; we’ll help you find the right plan for your needs.

Paul Guignard
Director, Capability Institute
+61 414 087 080

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How the Program works

Engagement model

We help our clients succeed by delivering critical complementary services that magnify their
core IP.

The three magnifications

Our Program includes the three elements below, adjusted to your particular situation and circumstances.
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What our clients say...

We could get information about staff satisfaction, but were also able to align the results to our key areas of success and our risks.
Heather SmithCOOGood Beginnings Australia

Latest from the Blog

12
Dec

Does Capability Really Work? – Part 3

The last dataset in our three-year study enabled us to observe the impact on performance of NOT managing capability adequately. Here are the ‘not-so-surprising’ results. The third part of our involvement with a large miner in Australia relates to a period past the peak of the mining boom, with the consequent drastic adjustment required...
01
Dec

Does Capability Really Work? – Part 2

Following a successful pilot study, we tracked over three year the impact of capability on performance in a large mining organisation. Here we report on the first part of the study. In the previous blog (see Does Capability Really Work? – Part 1) we described how our first pilot study led to a contract...
18
Oct

Does Capability Really Work? – Part 1

It’s all very well to have a model of capability, as we have described in a previous blog*. But how do we know that it works? What is the experimental evidence supporting it? Here we describe the work we did in a large mining organisation in Australia. * See The Six Core Elements of...
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