Pace advocates enabling people to be autonomous as the solution to tackling Global inefficiency, currently estimated at costing organisations $15tnpa.
Pace breaks popular misconceptions that processes and systems must be fixed and inflexible to be efficient. Process disconnection is cited as the no.1 underlying cause and congruently research shows that autonomy, competence, and relatedness are the three basic psychological needs that create fulfilled, motivated and engaged workforces.
Pace provides processes, systems that enable workforces to pursue autonomous courses of action that serve the best interests of an organisation and its customers harmoniously.
Our work spans commercial, operations, I.T. and culture functions and serves to welcome the future of automation and AI with the right foundations, understanding and structure in place.