Enabling remarkable performance through more engaged and effective organizations

Work Arts is an advisory partner helping clients transform their work < teams | places | experiences | processes > and enable talent to produce their most inspired and fulfilling performance. We collaborate with the most capable, trusted, and creative partners to deliver:

  • Organization Design & Development
  • M&A Due Diligence and Integration Management
  • HR & Talent Strategy
  • Organization Effectiveness
  • Performance Improvement
  • Novel and creative problem solving, commercial and innovation ventures
  • Red-team and think tank engagements.

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Organization Design in M&A | August 11 – HR M&A Roundtable Session

In August, Brandon Curry of Work Arts moderated a conversation for the HR M&A Roundtable about the role of organization design in M&A, with organization designers Molly Maymar and Lorraine Damerau, from Kates Kesler. They shared their experiences helping clients navigate org design challenges in M&A contexts and facilitated an interactive round table discussion. Key … Continue reading Organization Design in M&A | August 11 – HR M&A Roundtable Session

Aim10x Global 2022 Innovators Connect talk – April 7

https://aim10x.mn.co/posts/aim10x-global-2022-the-future-of-talent Brandon joined his friend and collaborator, Rohit Sathe, to lead a session on the future of talent at the aim10x Global 2022 conference with 10.000+ registrants, 70+ speakers. In this talk, Brandon and Rohit led a discussion to explore the future of talent, supply chain, and what skills and competencies the workforce will need to develop to create … Continue reading Aim10x Global 2022 Innovators Connect talk – April 7

The Right to Win (and Retain): Earning x Learning Value Proposition

As we navigate 2022 talent realities, opportunities to change your work are abundant. Many are evaluating their options. In fact, employees increasingly quit their jobs while still contemplating the value that their work adds (or does not add) to their lives. Others are the survivors holding the pieces together in the wake of attrition. Obsessing … Continue reading The Right to Win (and Retain): Earning x Learning Value Proposition

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