Staff and teams in conflict – Identifying the root cause

By Bev Thomas Tavistock Consulting has a long history of working with staff in conflict, but in the last five years we have seen increasing referrals for more senior clinical staff and, in particular, for consultants whose working relationships have broken down. Our approach to understanding conflict between staff is […]

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Digital Innovation – Why it doesn’t always work out

By Dr Kay Trainor Organisations and those who lead them have extraordinarily powerful tools at their disposal for achieving change. Vast amounts of information, significant resources, sophisticated techniques, and renowned experts to name a few.  Yet, no matter how rational or sensible or digitally advanced the plans produced from these […]

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Our approach to: Systems-psychodynamic thinking

The theory: At Tavistock Consulting we apply a ‘systems-psychodynamic’ theory of change to our work with organisations. This label refers to the application and integration of three overlapping frameworks of thinking and research, which together offer a heuristic approach to understanding organisations and the behaviour of those who work within […]

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