We are proud to have helped our clients deliver pragmatic and impactful culture transformations in many countries and in many industries. Here are just some of the clients we have worked with:

Air Services Australia
Australian Institue of Management
bmandf bovespa
Clayton UTZ
cuautemoc moctezuma
dubai airports
gpt group
nsw justice
nsw environment and heritage
parks victoria
dsw transport
royal london
Case Studies

Case Studies

3UK is a British telecommunications company focused on the rapidly energy mobile internet services market.

Culture in a rapidly emerging market

Covering a project of 4 years, read how 3UK utilised the Walking the Talk methodologies and tools to deliver culture change whilst operating in a fast moving dynamic market.

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Airservices is a government owned organisation providing safe, secure, efficient and environmentally responsible services to the aviation industry.

Total culture transformation

Airservices was facing an unusually large number of challenges when it approached Walking the Talk. 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. A broad culture transformation process was necessary.

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GPT is the owner and manager of a high quality portfolio of Australian office, logistics, business parks and prime shopping centre assets.

Building a culture for growth

A new integrated property management approach produced synergies and efficiencies across GPT, but needed collaboration, innovation and accountability to be successful. We helped employees engage with the new approach to growth rather than mourn the past.

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VIDEO → Michael Cameron talks about the pragmatic, easy to use principles Walking the Talk provided GPT.
VIDEO → GPT executives talk about the tools, knowledge and skill base Walking the Talk has built within their organisation in order to “fix the problem themselves” Walking the Talk made culture do-able for them, by them.

Owned by the South Australian Government SA Water delivers safe and affordable water services in South Australia.

Realigning a public services culture to meet the modern day challenges of business focus and sustainability.

With data presented from over a decade of culture management explore the journey of SA Water from a department of the public service to a strong and vibrant business focused on sustainability.


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A leading telecommunications and information services provider. Employing over 31,000 employees, an international presence in 15 countries and a $68bn market capitalisation.

Building capability and aligning the Executive Team to walk the talk of a values-led business

With a need for considerable internal transformation, the challenge was to build a culture that could thrive in a digital age, whilst holding true to past values that had made them a respected household name. The client had developed its strategy and now needed to align the organisation behind it.

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A UK based financial services provider.

Establishing a new culture and identity following an IPO

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. Whilst completing their divestment from their parent company, the organisation set about to recreate the entrepreneurial spirit that enabled them to revolutionise their industry in the past. The case for re-invention took centre stage as increased competition threatened their dominant position.

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Barclays Africa Group Limited, formerly ABSA Group Limited originally Amalgamated Banks of South Africa, is a South African subsidiary of Barclays Bank Plc

Culture development during acquisition

This white paper describes how Steve Lennon, from Walking the Talk’s Consulting Partner Arup, used the Walking the Talk methodology to help Barclays Bank in the U.K. and South Africa achieve a synergistic key acquisition 18 months faster than expected.

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