It is no secret that information systems, cyber-security, and engineering firms globally are often missing large populations of women employees. Frequently these organizations are not women-friendly to the point that they can become extremely unwelcoming towards women with instances of sexual harassment. This paper describes a real-world case study around an organizational development intervention that has focused on finding innovative and creative tactics to how sexual harassment and gender bias can be tackled in information technology and engineering organizations. This case study uses applied action research methods to explore the application and use of real-world creative and innovative solutions that can be used to influence the world of practice significantly.