Akzo Nobel HR Vision.

CLIENT QUESTION

A vision to be the reference in the painting industry

In 2018 we had the chance to work together with AkzoNobel to develop a company wide vision. It was such a success that the HR department approached us to develop a HR specific vision together. The goal: a clear vision on the people side of AkzoNobel. Check out this short interview with Marten Booisma, the CHRO of AkzoNobel. 

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CLIENT QUESTION

A creative process.

During a month long design sprint we co-created a vision for HR management

Tell customers more about you. Add a few words and a stunning pic to grab their attention and get them to click.

This space is ideal for writing a detailed description of your business and the types of services that you provide. Talk about your team and your areas of expertise. 

APPROACH

A creative process.

During a month long design sprint we co-created a vision for HR management

Tell customers more about you. Add a few words and a stunning pic to grab their attention and get them to click.

This space is ideal for writing a detailed description of your business and the types of services that you provide. Talk about your team and your areas of expertise. 

AKZO NOBEL HR LEAD

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RESULT

A stunning visual and a compelling storyline.

During a month long design sprint we co-created a vision for HR management

Tell customers more about you. Add a few words and a stunning pic to grab their attention and get them to click.

This space is ideal for writing a detailed description of your business and the types of services that you provide. Talk about your team and your areas of expertise. 

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