Strategic PlanningStrategic Planning how often does your management team engage in strategy development? The environment, politics, competitor activity and technology is changing constantly if you don’t engage in Strategic Planning then you may find that you are no longer competitive. Getting back on track can be time consuming,

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Exploit and cultivate core competencies

By |2019-01-31T19:01:23+00:00January 6th, 2019|Categories: Competency, Strategic Planning|Tags: , |

"How will you exploit and cultivate core competencies, those that will enable you to realise your strategic aims?" This is a question that I regularly ask during strategic planning workshops and one which leaders answer from a systems and process perspective. While systems are necessary for any company, most are not unique ,therefore, systems and expertise that [...]

Ideacide

By |2019-01-29T17:07:09+00:00November 6th, 2018|Categories: Facilitating Change, Strategic Planning|Tags: |

There was a time when the past was quite helpful in predicting the future, but in today's volatile business environment we need to be receptive to new ideas. Strategy has shifted into a place where reliance on planning based on past decisions may no longer be the best approach to accommodate changing realities.   Ideacide I [...]

Lost in the woods and crippled by flawed thinking

By |2019-02-01T09:57:26+00:00September 15th, 2018|Categories: Agile Performance, Strategic Planning|Tags: , |

Recently I had the pleasure of working with a leadership team to facilitate their strategic planning. Since all strategic planning in my view is focused on a particular organisation, its characteristics, markets, opportunities etc, my approach is tailored and this is informed by a discussion about the business and its development needs. At that meeting I [...]

When Agile Performance Becomes Fragile

By |2019-01-31T19:57:55+00:00October 21st, 2017|Categories: Agile Performance, Strategic Planning|Tags: , |

What is it that drives agile performance from some of our customers and results in a hierarchical trail of delayed decision making in others? Our work with small  innovative, or large and complex business’s often reveals that it’s not simply the size of the organisation that impacts it’s agility although silo’s created by vertical structures where [...]

Finding the Weeds in Your Human Resources Garden

By |2019-02-03T17:30:26+00:00July 4th, 2017|Categories: Human Resource Management, Strategic Human Resource Management|Tags: , |

The various departments in your organisation have their own unique territories.  Like gardens, weeds spring up in these territories. Fortunately many weeds are pretty easy to deal with; catching them young before they reproduce and take over is most effective. However, there are weeds that present far bigger challenges. These perennial weeds live from year to [...]

Has your critical path has taken you over the cliff?

By |2017-01-05T10:29:10+00:00January 31st, 2013|Categories: Strategic Human Resource Management, Strategic Planning, Training and Development|Tags: |

Is your biz abysmal are you in the abyss? Has your critical path has taken you over the cliff? Did your goals get deflected has it all gone off side? Has your blue sky leap becomes a terminal dive?  ...The verse above is from a poem written by Rob Billson at New Routes (I have amended [...]