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Here are some of our thoughts, packaged into short, single topic points of view, on how insights gleaned from all participants in any organization create a powerful whole, far greater than the sum of all the parts. We believe that even if this degree of alignment is your only competitive advantage…it just may be enough.
By Dr. Miles Overholt, Founder & CEO, Strategia Analytics™ Jessi Purdy, Online Business Manager, Strategia Analytics™ Dr. Michael Seitchik The executive team had counted on the new enterprise software’s ability to share information across silos creating the...
It’s not uncommon for executive teams to feel pressure to take swift action when things go wrong. But is swift action the best action? A Story of a Market Leader Left Behind: From Market Leader to Market Loss is a multi-chapter story exploring one company’s journey of self discovery and return to prominence.
Any company can find its market leadership challenged when it loses sight of who they are and fails to understand what needs to change, where to begin, and what impact each decision can have. A Story of a Market Leader Left Behind: From Market Leader to Market Loss is a multi-chapter story exploring one company’s journey of self discovery and return to prominence.
It’s a common event: Quarterly results are released showing several business units performing well, some may even be exceeding expectations. Too often, however, one division is struggling. What you’ll never hear management say is, “we don’t really know why.” But it’s true; they may not know. (Psst, We just might.)
It’s true. A stunning 70% of transformation agendas are viewed as unsuccessful. And if you’re measuring the typical key performance indicators, listening to your managers and employees with an open ear, and hiring the best subject matter experts available…then your company may be at risk, too. Do you know why?
If you have relied solely on your leadership team to steer your company to success, well, we bet it was a very long winter.
Your leadership team are experts at only a small percentage of skills required to make your company a winner. Your employees have the rest. So, how can you tap into all that collective wisdom?