Is there a typical Wavelength case study? Not so much.
Many of our clients have worked with us over a number of years, as they put in place plans to manage change more effectively and roll these out across (often global) organisations. Some may attend as an individual one year, returning with their team the following year. Whilst other organisations have sent whole teams on the same programme on consecutive years because there is always more to know, new companies to take note of, new leaders to learn from.
What is certainly true is that every business story is different. But it’s our leadership challenges that unite us.
Tesco Case Study
Over the past five years the retail sector has been under intense pressure as consumer behaviour evolves. The result has been sector disruption and the emergence of a new competitive landscape.
In response, Tesco leadership teams have been clear in their intentions to create the necessary conditions for innovation to ensure that their business remains relevant through this period of rapid change.
Read how Tesco worked with Wavelength to bring about the necessary conditions and mindset for innovation through immersive learning and bespoke leadership programmes.
Virgin Money Case study
Following the merger of Clydesdale Bank, Yorkshire Bank, the app-based bank B with Virgin Money in 2019 Francis Lake, head of organisational development, was tasked with helping manage the transition to the newly formed organisation.
In recent years, leaders from CYBG have participated in Wavelength Connect, Wavelength USA, China and bespoke trips designed to deliver against specific objectives.
Read about their experiences of attending these trips as told by Francis Lake, including the key takeaways and learnings from the programmes, speakers and immersive learning opportunities in this new case study.
Transcendent Case Study
Back in 2014 Angel Perez felt that the marketing function at Eli Lilly would benefit from some external stimulus. He feared that their introspection could negatively impact the creativity and innovative output needed to drive the company forward, at a time when disruption and increased competition was ubiquitous.
To counter these concerns Angel made contact with Wavelength, who proposed a bespoke set of immersive learning opportunities at some of the most aspirational and inspirational businesses on the planet.
William Grant Case Study
How to banish ambiguity, break down silos and get more sleep! Gary Keogh, Marketing Director EMEA at William Grant and Sons, talks to Helen Trevaskis how inspiration during Wavelength Connect in 2019 saw him and his team revolutionise goal setting and business planning using OKRs.