Problem Structuring

Structuring your world

Many of our customers, typically large organisations, implement changes regularly. In some cases managers and co-workers, although well informed, lose sight how these changes fit together. Some changes seem to be a major lever for project A but apparently hold back project B.

Clarity through structure

In such cases it is important to go back to the corporate objectives and understand what the main streams, under which all these change programmes fit, align and support or should support each other. This provides a hierarchy of values and desired results from which it is not difficult to understand which implementation programmes should have priority over other programmes whenever there might be a clash. In many cases, the apparent clash is no clash at all, if the context is well prioritised and contextualised.

We draw on the competencies and skills we use in our management consultancy practice to structure such situations and improve the potential results.

Strategic framework

Clients have many ideas they never exploit. We develop a framework of how these ideas fit together and how they relate to their business. In some cases that is all we do, in other cases clients ask us to develop a strategic framework, the delivery of plans and help implementing.

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