Coordination and crisis management across discipline boundaries in a digitally connected world

Our transdisciplinary approach embraces diversity of thought and the power of collective intelligence to allow organisations to operate and adapt appropriately to a context of continuously evolving:

  • operational constraints and technical challenges,
  • public and mental health crises,
  • social crises,
  • economic crises,
  • environmental crises.

Our approach combines the experience of your teams with the collective healthcare sector and technology experience of our diverse team of domain experts.

We use regular Open Space governance workshops to minimise the effort needed to coordinate complex and interdependent streams of operational work, and as needed, we offer additional external domain expertise and capacity on demand.

As part of our work we also regularly assist organisations in maximising the benefits from major investments in digital technologies with the help of two additional workshop formats:

  1. Model Oriented Domain Analysis workshops, to provide digital technology projects with distilled clinical and technical domain expertise
  2. Validation and Steering workshops, to confirm shared understanding, nurture mutual trust, assess risks and unknowns with confidence, and adjust priorities of programmes of work as needed

Together with your team(s) we unlock collective intelligence

Transdisciplinary Governance is a configuration and extension of our Creative Collaboration subscription service with an operational focus, to address the daily challenges that require immediate solutions.

Our Transdisciplinary Governance service assists clients in organisational learning and continuous improvement on an ongoing basis. This foundational service ensures that organisations have access to our clinical, technical, and community focused domain expertise on a regular basis – it enhances the essential flow of tacit knowledge between organisational silos and teams.

“The influence of technology on all organisations is now ubiquitous. Despite the enhanced automation associated with modern technology in healthcare delivery, effective use of technology requires people to collaborate, often across different domains and workplace settings.”

“Transdisciplinary collaboration hinges on psychological safety, cultural safety, and inclusiveness. These and other human factors determine the inherent social value of a company, the wellbeing of employees, and the quality of care delivered to patients.”

Visiting Faculty Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University
International Academy of Health Sciences Informatics

Our track record

Organisations are only able to deliver valuable services to the extent that they can rely on a network of trusted relationships both within the organisation and the wider community that supports and is supported by them.

​S23M partner Jorn Bettin introduced transdisciplinary MODA + MODE thinking tools at Allianz Suisse, to analyse the product design process and to radically simplify the specification and configuration of new insurance products. The client concluded that the reengineered solution reduced the size of specifications for premium calculations by a factor of up to 20 (by raising the level of abstraction, and by better modularisation). Allianz reports an increase in performance of the premium calculation engine by a factor of 100.