I am going to spend the next few blogs going through the different elements of our Organisation Effectiveness Model.
We have developed this model over the years based on thousands of interviews with clients, combined with our experience in the field of what really matters.
Effective Organisations are aligned around a common direction, and effectively execute their strategy.
Effective Organisations have the right people in the right roles, with constructive mindsets, working collaboratively together.
Effective Organisations have a constructive culture that enables performance and flow, enabling the behaviours that are required in order to effectively execute the strategy. Customs reinforce the culture.
In effective organisations, the structure systems and processes reinforce the behaviours required to effectively execute the strategy, and people have the tools they need to do their job.
At the core of effective organisations is effective leadership.
It is the leaders who define the direction and execute the strategy,
who hire, lead and manage the people,
define and role-model the culture
build the structure systems and processes
In the following blogs we will go into more depth in each of these dimensions. We will start in the next blog with DIRECTION.