Strategy implementation – from intention to action
The new strategy is ready. You and your management team believe in it. But how do you create momentum in the organization?
You have to move the organization from intention to actions to perform as a strong collective that can create more value and innovate. Transformation requires a common understanding of the strategy and how you as an organization must change your ways of working to succeed in changing mindsets, behaviors, solutions, customers, and the market.
You may need a new leadership culture that enables the transformational shifts that your strategy requires. You must alter mindsets, attitudes, create new processes, and develop new competencies. Some of it is straightforward – other parts are very challenging.
I will help you to translate intention into action and transformations through processes, workshops and dialogues that create prioritized strategic initiatives.
- Shared understanding of the vision, strategy, and goals – in brief.
- Leadership culture and future requirements for leadership.
- Sense-making of the strategy for the team and the individual – goals, priorities, and new actions.
- Pit-stop on the strategy – reflections, adjustment and commitment
People Strategy – a strong organization
Strategy is brought to life by people. Having competitive products is one thing – but it is even more important to have a strong organization. The combination of strong products and an agile, learning organization creates a unique force in the market.
That is why your people strategy is just as important as the business strategy. This is where you focus on what the strategy requires of the organization.
The first step is to conduct a thorough analysis of your value chain and your practices – from start to finish.
The analysis helps you to find the critical areas of action, adapted to the different parts of the organization. For some areas this can be done quickly, but other areas may need more time.
The people strategy becomes a clear priority, with definite action plans and deadlines and a budget. This makes it clear to everyone what it takes from your HR-function, leaders, and employees to succeed.
- Your link between strategy, leadership, and a strong organization
- Development of the people strategy and a plan for action areas
- Mobilization – from intention to action