At Walking the Talk we pride ourselves in the services we provide to our clients and the value we bring to their businesses
Some of our customers have shared their own stories of overcoming culture challenges through our products and services in our case studies.
Our mission was to help the client create a winning culture that would enable them to capitalise on their strong product pipeline over the next 10 years.Learn more
SA Water has made an astonishing transformation. In our experience there are few organisations that have been working on their culture in such a positive manner for so long.Learn more
Walking the Talk ran a series of workshops with the Executive Team over an 18-month period, systematically examining their personal behaviour, as well as symbolicLearn more
For years this organisation has successfully provided some of the fundamental infrastructure services required by the community to go about its daily life.Learn more
Walking the Talk was chosen out of a selection of consultants, because our culture management and leadership methodology showed the end-to-end solution needed to successfully change the organisations culture.Learn more
Maintaining customer centricity & ethical values in the face of an acquisition & rapid growth.Learn more
GPT is one of Australia's largest diversified listed property groups. The Group’s 40-year history of success was jeopardised by a loss of strategic clarity of global financial crisis.Learn more
IRT Group is one of Australia’s largest community-owned providers of seniors’ lifestyle & care.Learn more
Culture was not a new concept to our client, in fact part of the challenge for the UK bank was bringing together culture goals from a number of sources and aligning that with what they wanted to achieve.Learn more
We worked with a joint Barclays/Absa client team to establish the leadership and cultural conditions for success of this transaction.
This case study follows the cultural management process of 3UK, a British telecommunications company, focused on rapidly emerging 3G mobile internet services, for the years 2007- 2011.Learn more
The organisation realised that it needed to do things differently in order to successfully meet those challenges, as the existing culture was either slowing down the change process or making it very hard.Learn more