Presentation of the ACT Organizational Transformation Model at the TBC Concept

31.05.2022 1 Min Read
Presentation of the ACT Organizational Transformation Model at the TBC Concept

On May 31st, Tinatin Rukhadze, ACT Co-founder and Vision Lead, presented Organizational Transformation Model - The POWER of THREE® at the TBC Concept meeting.

In the course of the meeting, the presenter discussed the necessity and importance of transformation, meaning that in current reality only those organizations are supposed to survive and grow which see development as a process of constant transformation.

During the presentation of POWER3, Tinatin Rukhadze, in her talk touched upon the certain symptoms of delay in the development of the organization, as a vivid call for transformation:

  • The slowdown in the growth rate / limiting the company size, decreasing profitability, the outflow of valuable staff
  • "Unsettled" issues related to products’ development and introduction of innovations
  • Stagnation, "walking in a circle" or reversal as felt by the leadership.

The Transformational Model implies 20 years of successful experience of ACT in cooperation with Georgian and foreign organizations and their leaders.

The format of the meeting was interactive and it was attended by up to 60 representatives of the business.

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"The most prominent success for me is to afford to be who I am indeed!" - said Tinatin Rukhadze, while participating in George Isakadze's TV program as an invited guest.

"# Success Talks in the Bar" is a new project of the media platform #BMG. The format of the program is quite unique. The Bar of George Isakadze is often visited by businesses faces. All of these shows give their floor to talks about success, however, the conversation and topics are never limited. The guests of the show represent the key management of the leading companies, who create unique products and, in supplement, definitely own the key to a success in various fields.

Partner of Tinatin Rukhadze in this program was Tinatin Stambolishvili, GPI Holding Communications Director. The audience of the show was there to learn the following:

• The way how the successful people are perceived

• What are the parameters to measure any success

• What happens when success is shared.


On May 19, 2022, ACT Executive Director Natalie Kvitsinashvili, together with the members of Business Leaders Federation “Women for Future”, attended the meeting with Levan Davitashvili, minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia.

The most urgent issues existing in the economic sector, like property management, mining, energy, international shipment, foreign investments and development of capital markets were discussed at the meeting.

Minister presented the current trends in economy, planned reforms and state programs for business stimulation to the audience of private sector representatves.

The meeting also discussed specific effective measures in the lense of gender policy, which is important in the process of supporting women-run businesses and, in general, the economic empowerment of women.


ACT is a member of the "Georgian Pro Bono Network", representing an informal association of local and international companies operating in Georgia and willing to use their expertise and professional resources for the public benefit.

The company's staff provides support to Pro Bono Network beneficiary public organizations within a variety of field competencies.

On May 11, Tea Shamatava, Leader of ACT People and Organization team, conducted a Pro Bono workshop on job searching skills. Attendees were informed about successful interviewing techniques. In supplement, in the course of the meeting, they practiced the simulation interview, aimed to help them to successfully pass the interview stages in the future.

In May, Nino Kalandia, ACT Strategic Communications Manager, provided a Pro Bono consultation to the Analytical Center - World Experience for Georgia (WEG). WEG, as a non-profit organization, has been working on energy and environmental issues in Georgia since 2006. WEG aims to strengthen country’s energy security, economic sustainability and democratic development by promoting Georgia's integration into the European and Euro-Atlantic structures.

The Analytical Center has published a new study "The Impact of the Russia-Ukraine War on Georgia's Energy Security in a Short Term Perspective". Within the framework of Pro Bono consultation, the communication campaign of the mentioned research report was planned. Nino Kalandia held consultative meetings with the authors of the study to effectively present the research and drafted a research communication campaign document.

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