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8219691258?profile=originalOrganizations typically focus on Customer-centric Design in their Strategic Planning and overlook the critical driver of Performance, Growth, and Operational Excellence—their employees.  With cut-throat competition now the norm the realization has become clearer that employees are:

  • The face of the business and create lasting—or perishing—brand impression.
  • Sources of innovation and organizational knowledge.
  • Representation of the company’s service philosophy.
  • Expected to live by its Organizational Cul
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Culture is essential today in helping employees and management survive in today’s environment. Survival has become a strong word pic-1-Lean-Culture-Framework-300x200.jpeg?profile=RESIZE_710xtoday. Without culture, everyone in the organization would act or behave differently. No one would be able to anticipate someone else’s behavior, and no one would understand why people behave the way they do. When this happens, the organization’s performance would be very chaotic.

What is culture? Organizational Culture is a learned process and is developed by the organ

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Many large corporations depend on M&A for growth and executives can boost the value that deals create. But poorly executed M&Apic-2-Board-Excellence-MA-300x208.jpeg?profile=RESIZE_710x can saddle investors with weak returns on capital for details. In fact, the margin between success and failure is slim.

Many Boards are reluctant to cross the line between governance and management. The level of engagement is often outside the comfort zone for some executives and directors. As such, they miss opportunities to help senior executives win at M&A.

There is a n

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First, let’s define Value Proposition.  Here’s what Wikipedia has to say:

A value proposition is a promise of value to be delivered and acknowledged.  Creating a value proposition is a part of business strategy. Kaplan and Norton say “Strategy is based on a differentiated customer value proposition. Satisfying customers is the source of sustainable value creation.”

Why is having a clear and compelling Value Proposition so important?

  • It solves a customer problem or satisfies a customer need.
  • It is th
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Two Fundamental Paradigms

In spite of the enormous proliferation of competing schemes in the business strategy literature, there are two fundamental paradigms that have emerged as the most influential in the last two decades. First, Competitive Positioning, as proposed by Michael Porter from the Harvard Business School in the 1980’s, and, second, the Resource-Based View of the firm that evolved during the 1990’s.

Porter’s arguments are drawn from the work of organizational economists who place the

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