Our Services

Selection and Analysis

We help you reduce your people risks by identifying capability gaps in the team and selecting only those that fit your organisational culture

  • Selection of key team members
  • Leadership teams due-diligence
  • Selection of teams for investment and accelerators




We coach executives, founders and managers, provide leadership and culture training, and support and mentor new executives to ensure you can grow your business through developing high performing teams

  • Leadership, culture and ethics programs and courses
  • Eliminating blind spots in the decision-making process
  • Lean innovation and product leadership
  • Coaching executives, managers and founders

Grow and Scale

We support you in achieving meaningful growth through innovation and by building a lean and agile people infrastructure focused on scalability and delivery

  • Scalability plans
  • Organisational Culture
  • Talent & Teams selection, development and retention
  • Product ideation and commercialisation


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Change and Innovation

Innovation requires deep knowledge of internal and external drivers as well as changes in product, processes and leadership

  • Product and process innovation coaching and courses
  • Organisational culture diagnosis and change implementation
  • Capability and productivity-gap analysis and growth plans
  • Transformation and restructuring support

Our Products

Teampreneurs / TeaMap

DifferenThinking’s proprietary unique Team Mapping Tool that creates a visual map of the perceived teams’ strengths and gaps, thus providing planning insights such as filling gaps, as well as assistance with developing individual development plans. The tool is tailored to your organisational frameworks.


DifferenThinking developed a unique tool for diagnosing cognitive biases in strategic and risk decision-making. Complementing the diagnosis, Dr Inbar then helps leaders to reshape the decision-making environment to shield from these biases.