To succeed, any organisation must thrive in a fast changing and dynamic world. The effect of this is that strategy must be intelligent and dynamic. Also, it might be that much of what you know about s...
To succeed, any organisation must thrive in a fast changing and dynamic world. The effect of this is that strategy must be intelligent and dynamic. Also, it might be that much of what you know about strategy development and implementation might be obsolete! Research shows that old ways of creating corporate strategy will not sustain the growth and change that many organisations need. The workshop is based on orgamatics™, which is a scientific way to design strategy. Our aim with this training is to give, explain, and show, the best international practice in strategy development. It is therefore imperative that any person who works in this field must attend this workshop.
Derek Hendrikz Consulting has vast experience in strategy consulting, with more than 50 projects under its belt. In fact, the firm has done work for both private and public institutions within 27 countries. It is this experience that makes us the best choice to teach learners how to use relevant strategic initiative to respond to the environments that sponsor them.
In orgamatics we use scientific method to find ways through which we can measure the variables that drive any system. In so, we aim to devise strategy in a systematic and scientific way so that it will enhance the structure, performance, risk, and culture of any organised human system. Orgamatics has four root theories, which we teach during the work session. Jointly, they give the best global practice on methods of strategy design. We start by teaching how to develop a process construct, and then we show how to assess this construct against the needs of the environment that must sponsor its existence. Also, we work with the basic construct types that distinct organisations have. Based on this construct, we then teach learners to create intent that can translate to implementable strategic initiative. The approach is practical and will help participants to grasp their organisations with a depth that is beyond former knowledge.