Strategies change. They require new, innovative thinking. And seamless implementation of the new strategies. Here are some of the questions organizations are asking themselves:What is our business vision and how do we approach its execution?How can we learn to identify and explore new business opportunities?Has our strategy captured our stakeholders’ most innovative thinking?What are the key steps for implementation?How can we ensure a seamless implementation?.
global markets, environmental concerns, regulations, and new competitors. As businesses everywhere struggle to address these challenges, they must ask themselves these key questions:How do we ensure our sales effectiveness?How do our clients view us?What will increase our value to our clients?How can we most effectively expand our universe of clients?What are our target clients asking for… that we must learn to deliver?How can we creatively increase our sales as a social and environmentally responsible organization?
How do we develop an innovations-mindset that seeks out new options?Do we ‘think innovation’ when we set our business strategy or expand our market segments?Do we encourage innovation in our organization and promote creative thinking at every level and in all departments?How do we develop products and services that do more, for more people, with fewer natural resources and with less waste?
Are we seeing what is changing? And anticipating what will change?Is our business really sustainable?How can we incorporate a sustainability lens through which we must assess all our corporate decisions, and all our processes?How do we demonstrate our corporate responsibility to our clients and communities?What business opportunities are there for responsible and profitable sustainability practices, that we aren’t considering – but which our competitors may be considering?
Safety is not just a best workplace practice. It is an economical issue when insurance rates and regulatory conditions change, impacting the bottom line. Do you have a corporate safety culture in place?What habits, behaviors and processes are obstacles to a safety culture?What are the leadership competencies required by a safety culture?What are the indicators that a safety culture is ineffective/ effective?How can leaders at all levels become change agents in shaping a safety culture?