Whether it’s January 1, or June 30, it’s never too late to start a business resolution. Start by digging into questions like: Why are we booming/stagnant? What are new industry players doing? Where are our technological inefficiencies? In the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it’s easy to lose sight of why a company was started in the first place. It’s important to revisit core business goals and determine how to trim the fat while putting a greater focus on what’s needed for long-term growth and success.
When faced with organizational concerns and challenges, executive leadership often struggles to identify the source of the issue(s), which typically leads to exorbitant amounts of money being spent on solutions that address symptoms instead of root causes. We get clients that come to us with a specific ask, only to determine later that what they really need is something completely different then what was initially anticipated.
Whatever your organization’s challenge(s) — dealing with personnel gaps, considering an IT transformation, experiencing productivity and efficiency difficulties, or facing an external threat — it’s best to engage with an independent, third-party advisor early on to help expose the true cause of the problem.
After decades of experience, we’ve come to know that the most obvious solution isn’t always the best one, and so we try to start off every engagement we can with a quick and nimble 2-Day Diagnostic that focuses on strategy and operations. The aim of the diagnostic is to:
This approach allows us to carve a clear path forward that produces results. Whether you need help with a specific/niche project, or broader strategy guidance, the 2-Day Diagnostic is a great first step.
Usually, the hardest part about following through with any type of resolution is finding the motivation and resolve to stick to it and keep pushing forward. After the initial diagnostic, we work with companies to put together an actionable roadmap to keep the momentum going and guide them towards achieving their goals. Armed with specific recommendations prioritized by importance, clients can feel confident they’re on the right path, even when the going gets tough.
Along with delivering a roadmap, we have the capabilities to begin work immediately; be it facilitating strategic planning, implementing digital workplace transformations, fine-tuning processes, or conducting operational assessments. Then, after it’s all said and done, we’ll stick around to offer user adoption and training support.
If you have questions about whether a Two-Day Diagnostic can help your organization, contact us online, or reach to Meg Watson at (609) 216 3423 or Joe Riccie at (609) 514 5597.