The Tea

Linden trees (lat. tilia) have medicinal properties as well. Dried linden blossoms can be used to make a tea that helps alleviate colds and coughs and calms the nerves.

Partnership in practice

In practice, Tilia’s operational partnership is a cooperation form limited in time where a carefully selected team of Tilia managers joins an organization to help achieving defined objectives.

Once integrated, the team is working to identify potential for improvement and develop a roadmap and action plan, taking into account the practical implementation capability of the solutions.

If we are hired for the implementation phase (phase 2), we then assist our client in the practical realization of the initiatives identified in phase 1 while continuously measuring the impact and developing employee's capabilities.

This partnership can last from several weeks to several years, with the provision of scalable and flexible resources at every stage of our collaboration.

 

Examples of Operational Partnership projects:

  • Operational efficiency improvement of a middle size city multi-utility company
  • Project management assistance for a new geo-thermal based large scale district heating loop
  • Project management assistance for a PPP renewal in the water sector
  • Definition and implementation of an energy transition strategy for a city/region
  • Operational excellence and optimization of a large city water and wastewater utility
  • Conceptional design and implementation of a new heating/cooling and power generation system for an industrial company
  • Conceptional design of a gas-turbine in the process industry
  • Creation of local public service management companies



 
 

Comprehensive Changes.

Cyril Roger Lacan: "Our work is characterised by entrepreneurial and holistic thinking with the ability for implementation."
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pratice-oriented solutions.

Jan Fuhrberg-Baumann: "Our impulses are concret ideas - the safety of implemetation results of common work and performance-based reimbursement."
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