Corporate transformation efforts only succeed when leaders have the ability to deliver them well. Organisational change and leadership effectiveness depend on each other.
In our experience, corporate transformation occurs when:
It begins with personal transformation and a deeper self awareness of what it takes for each individual to be successful in the current and emerging environment.
It considers the whole system: facilitating personal and collective change at all levels across the organisation.
Senior leaders have a clear understanding of the desired culture in terms of what they need to keep from the old, what they need to abandon and what they need to build for the new.
Every person involve in the transformation understands the time and resources required to drive the business, cultural, and behavioral changes desired.
Senior leader are willing to give up control to accelerate change.
Creative dialogue inside a development intervention escapes into the wider organisation, spinning out ideas and language that bring critical challenges into the spotlight for discussion and resolution.
In the last couple of years we partnered with organisations engaged in different corporate transformation journeys:
Becoming an innovative, agile and competitive organisation;
Developing a culture that balances customer satisfaction and commercial performance;
Building a One Business model which involves fostering collaboration and breaking down silos;
Creating competitive advantage by building a Customer Centric Culture.
Increase the management strength of the regional ‘management team’ through establishing clear and agreed higher performance norms within the management team and via increased understanding of the culture of key Asian markets