Are you achieving your business objectives?
Most organisations believe they know what they want to achieve. There is a vision of future objectives with articulate penning's of vision, mission and whatever statements – yet somehow the strategic objectives still seem to come up short.
Pockets of disharmony and fractured factions within the organisation are still experienced. There are customers that are unhappy about something, sales falling below the expected targets and the tension and conflict between colleagues, departments or suppliers remains unresolved. Without any alternatives, everyone goes about their business hoping that something will change, or they desperately employ all types of approaches in an attempt to produce a different result.
An organisation is a collection of people - and expectations
Any organisation is a collection of individuals (internally and external) each with their own EXP Continuum’s at play. Individual EXP’s on their own are incredibly complex and ever shifting – so how much more complex is it when all these individual EXP’s are thrown into the cauldron of the organisation and an alignment of this collection of expectations, emotions, perceptions, purpose and actions need to take place?
This cosmos of systems in conflict is a delicate balancing act. If you know what the factors are that need to be balanced, and how to manage their intricate balance, you will be able to direct the organisation’s energies toward success.
Change - Moving from where you are to where you want to be
Change the status quo. EXP equips you with a method and toolsets to move you from where you are to where you want to be. To change the current scenario if it is failing to achieve expectations. Using EXP methods you are able to evaluate where it is going wrong, and then use the EXP to shift the direction and outcomes to what you expect them to deliver.
Setting up for success from the outset
Set your teams up for success from the outset of new ventures or initiatives. Equip them to become leaders at every level. A different take on strategic planning (or additional inclusion as a tool used in SP) Help your teams set up new initiatives with a blueprint for focussed, collaborative teamwork across all stakeholders.