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Everything starts with an accurate diagnosis to understand how you are creating value in your organization. Understanding how your strategy was built, implemented, and communicated across the organization is essential to meet your business aspirations. Then, it is important to check the alignment between business strategy and your organizational culture to predict the likelihood of your business aspirations being achieved.
To describe your organizational culture accurately, we focus our efforts on having an objective; a precise and meaningful picture that allows you to understand the strengths and main challenges to realize and fulfill your business strategy.
Culture eats strategy for breakfast.
Realizing Business Strategy is more effective in a functional Organizational Culture:
Overcoming challenges in the digital age is faster and more sustainable if we put the human factors as the pivot point of this transformation:
THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
Previous industrial revolutions liberated humankind from animal power, made mass production possible and brought digital capabilities to billions of people. This Fourth Industrial Revolution is, however, fundamentally different. It is characterized by a range of new technologies that are fusing the physical, digital and biological worlds, impacting all disciplines, economies and industries, and even challenging ideas about what it means to be human.
Professor Klaus Schwab, founder, and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum encourages us to reflect on this topic in his book:
This business context has brought new challenges for people and organizations. It demands to build new human and organizational capabilities to succeed in a digitalized business environment. Helping people and organizations to deal successfully with those challenges chiefly with a positive mindset represent a key success factor in our interventions with our customers.
Technology is a great complement to improve efficiency and productivity in organizations but, will not be able to replace human capabilities at work, such as passion, building value-based relationships, the science, and art of inspiring people, as well as empathy, creativity, compassion, and judgment, amongst others. The great opportunity is to get adapted to the new "rules of the game." We are convinced that people have the potential to manage this transition.
We are passionate about value creation through a meaningful purpose:
Organizations in all geographies are focusing much more on value creation. They want to do it in an efficient way to succeed in the marketplace. This creation reaches a multidimensional perspective when is connected to a meaningful purpose.
These type of organizations are committed to delivering their financial targets but not only that, they pay attention to key success factors to achieve a sustainable business development and growth. Focusing not only on getting things done but how and why they get done, helps them to build meaningful relationships based on trust and transparency. We resonate with this approach which inspires our way of delivering performance enhancement solutions to our customers.