SOLO Talks on Organizational Transformation Model by Tinatin Rukhadze

28.04.2022 1 Min Read
SOLO Talks on Organizational Transformation Model by Tinatin Rukhadze

On April 28, 2022, Founder of ACT and Vision Lead Tinatin Rukhadze, presented THE POWER OF THREE®, ACT Organizational Transformation Model to the meeting at SOLO Talks.

In modern reality, only those organizations will survive and grow that consider the development as a process of constant transformation.

Tinatin presented to the audience the symptoms of the impediment to the organization’s development, which is an apparent sign of the need for transformation:

  • Some symptoms of developmental impediment - a slowdown in growth/decrease in the company, decrease in profitability, the outflow of valuable staff
  • "Unresolved" problems related to product development and introduction of innovations
  • Feeling of stagnation, "walking in a circle" or backwardness by the leadership - an apparent sign of the need for a new transformation.

It is worth mentioning that ACT has developed a unique model of organizational and business transformation - THE POWER OF THREE® (PWR3®), which may give a necessary drive to organizations and leverage their moving to the next stage of development.

"This model integrates our beliefs, mindset, competence and, most importantly, 20 years of experience in successful cooperation with Georgian and foreign organizations and their leaders," said Tinatin Rukhadze, author of the ACT Transformation and Development Model, during a presentation to business representatives.

The meeting was interactive and was attended by around 100 representatives of different companies.

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On April 19, 2022, Co-Founder of ACT and Culture Lead, Rusudan Telia, gave a public lecture on the “Power of Compassion – War in Ukraine and Us”.

"Why does compassion have the power of real changes in the world? Because it leaves a deep imprint on our hearts. Only with genuine compassion can we experience the joy of unity, and the courage to fight for goodness and justice”.

The lecture was attended by students of the University of Georgia and the free attending audience.


On April 12, 2022, an introductory meeting was held between the members of the Business Leaders Federation “Women for Future” and the President of Georgia, Salome Zourabishvili, where the association members presented their activities and stressed the importance of involvement of the President in supporting women-led businesses.

ACT Partner and CEO, Natalia Kvitsinashvili, represented ACT as a member company of the Women's Business Association.

The meeting discussed the role of the President in the implementation of gender policy in the country, in particular, the economic empowerment of women and the fulfillment of Georgia's international commitments in terms of gender equality.

The following important and topical issues and challenges for the private sector were brought to an agenda:

  • Steps taken and planned to ensure a calm and stable business environment in the light of the effects of the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war
  • Realities and prospects for the business sector: EU accession agenda, stages of establishing free trade with the US.


On the business formula channel, the broadcast ‘way2SUSTAINABILITY’ - The Way to Sustainability, the UN Global Compact Network, was organized by Georgia with the support of the Swedish Government.

The guest of the rubric, Rusudan Telia, Co-Founder of ACT and Culture Lead, talks about the economic empowerment of the women, promotion of corporate sustainability in Georgia and the supportive measures to the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war.

Just to inform you, Research and Consulting Company ACT is a member of UN Global Compact Network. The said network unites more than 13,500 Responsible Companies from 160 countries worldwide to build a better and more desired world through facilitating the implementation and support of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Currently, 110 members are united under the Georgian network.


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