The best strategy is useless unless it is properly implemented. In this respect, time is a very important factor. Faster reaction and innovation times can give companies decisive competitive advantages. To achieve this, effective management and control systems have to be set up or adapted in order to allow for the implementation of strategies to be optimized in relation to individual results.
In addition, it is often underestimated how strongly cultural patterns and values impede the implementation of strategies.
On this point, Peter Drucker formulates it concisely: “Culture eats strategy for breakfast”. However, these patterns can inspire your employees for the company´s future and release unexpected outcomes. You should take advantage of this opportunity and work consistently on the socio-cultural aspects of this topic, in the event of change.
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Strategy supporting the coaching of a global company with 6,000 employees in the manufacturing sector:
a cascade process for the 250 top executives worldwide. In practical workshops, a common management philosophy - a ‘method box’ for the design of change processes and the optimization of the internal management system – is worked on. Regular feedback with the board systematically makes a contribution to organizational development and calibrates the organization.