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Helping organizations work with their
incredible mess

Every organization works with their unique mess. Or in most cases you work against it and struggle. You spend too much time cleaning up or trying to make it go away. Instead, get better at living with your mess and learn how to use it.

The three biggest messes


Collaboration mess

The mess of people not listening or speaking up. Endless discussions without anything being said. Low psychological safety, low trust, and teams that don’t create anything.

Complexity mess

When all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail. People try to solve problems without bringing in any perspectives. No feedback, no creativity, and no new ideas.
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Clarity mess

When everything is a priority, nothing is. It’s unclear what you should be doing, who is involved and why you are doing it. Everything is fuzzy, no prioritization, and no real decisions.


We believe that all organizations are unique and in a unique situation. Everything we do is custom made and we always co-create with you.


Here are some of the ways we help organizations work with their incredible mess:

  • Agile with agile

    For organizations that want to implement Agile, but don't think it will work for them.

  • Cut the bullshit

    For teams that are stuck in endless discussions, conflicts, or can't seem to get anything done.

  • Incredible workshops

    For people who want to gather, work through a mess, and create something incredible together.

Our team


Marcus Degerman

Marcus has helped everything from small teams up to organizations of a thousand people to become better at solving problems together, implementing change, and improving cross-team collaboration.

Passionate about behavioral change, learning new things, and helping other people learn.


Magdalena Musiala

Over the past 15 years Magdalena has worked with 10000 people in 10 countries and 6 languages, through 600 training programs, workshops, and events.

Passionate about team collaboration, co-creating workshops, and talking about what really matters.

Change always starts with a conversation!