Browsing: Transformation

I’m sure that each one of you has many “supplier of choice” awards on your corporate walls and kudos to you.  How many “customer of choice” awards do you have?  Does your company even care that it does or does not?  Should it care? We’ve discussed this concept…

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Nothing against the strategy consulting firms and we do our fair share of that kind of work but it intriguing to find bewildered client after bewildered client – once the strategy firms have left. Leaving behind them an Executive Team convinced of the tremendous value that is lying untapped inside their organizations only if their organizational leaders could get their act together and Transform their organizations. No mention is made of the various elements of any Transformation Roadmap that must be put in place (Governance, Competencies, Change Management etc. etc. etc.).

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Transformation is HARD! If you don’t believe that then you have never gone through one. Often, when a transformation fails or an organization does not achieve its’ desired business results, “culture” is identified as the culprit or perhaps the scapegoat so says two Supply Chain Management professors in “Culture Eats Strategy . . . and how to deal with it”.

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We continue our series on Competency Based Talent Management with a post on training. Keeping your folks trained in the proper areas is very important to any organization. But have you ever thought about how effective your training programs are and how you can get your training programs adopted over the long-term? This post gives a few ideas. What have you found to be effective?

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