Progressive organizations in today’s corporate world are constantly faced with multiple challenges that require a healthy proportion of proactive agility and pioneering innovation to stay ahead of the relentless competition. Legacies of unbridled dominance by industry titans are consistently being eroded by disruptive startups that are obsessively focused on redefining corporate paradigms and punishing complacency with obsolescence. Consequently, being a futurist is increasingly becoming an indispensible skill for visionary leaders as momentous strides are made within the Digital realm. The following presentations provide thought provoking insights into effectively overcoming inherent shortcomings and remaining profoundly relevant in the respective context:
This presentation illustrates a path to achieving organizational excellence in the 21st century through the systematic integration of the Organic and Inorganic sides within a corporate entity. It depicts an actionable guide that facilitates leaders in finding an optimum balance between the two key facets due to the inevitable presence of various controllable/uncontrollable factors.
This presentation focuses on providing a basic understanding of the ‘SUBLIME’ approach for remaining relevant in the rapidly changing business environment that is being propelled by technological innovation. It facilitates rethinking of competitive strategies for organizations that were previously used to being secure on their ‘pristine’ reputations and ‘cemented’ industry stature.
This presentation provides a fresh perspective on the pioneering change equation, created by David Gleicher and propounded by Richard Beckhard, to increase the success probability of momentous and palatable change in progressive organizations. It reflects profound adjustment as a robust and effective tool in countering the high incidences of failure rates in organizations trying to attain the change objectives according to the demands of the Digital world.
This presentation focuses on providing an understanding of the 15 Keys that are essential for successful Organizational Development (OD) of aspiring organizations. It aims to deliver on promising initiatives that generally fail due to lack of foresight in instilling and institutionalizing certain principles that are critical for ensuring a high probability of success.
This presentation focuses on providing an introduction and understanding of the tool, i.e., the Corporate Savviness Barometer (CSB), and the term ‘Key Savviness Aspects (KSAVAs)’ for gauging the savviness within an organization to proactively attain/maintain/sustain a significant competitive edge against unrelenting and opportunistic competitors.
This presentation is geared towards providing a basic understanding of the 6D approach to organizational transformation from a Human Resources Development (HRD) Perspective. The 6D approach is a systematic methodology for ensuring that the existing workforce is readily able to face business challenges in an uncertain economic environment. It provides a viable option for the senior management to retain desired talent, in view of cost-cutting pressures, while minimizing the need for redundancy and avoiding the unnecessary higher costs of new hiring in future.
The aforementioned presentations are solution focused, but, refrain from being overly prescriptive to allow for customization according to the unique environment of each organization. The key driver embedded within them is the strategic compulsion of ‘urgency of change’ that is based upon dynamic and congruent organizational desire to excel, regardless of the status quo, through the most prudent means by nullifying the idiom of ‘if it ain’t broke; don’t fix it’ while embodying the disruptive mindset.