Create and capture growth opportunities in ecosystems
‘Corporate Coherence’ is a growth direction where all elements and aspects of an organization are consistent and aligned with the core values, mission, vision, and strategy of the company.
‘Paradigm,’ viewed as the ‘how of change,’ serves as a pivotal catalyst in bolstering the business value of ‘Corporate Coherence.’ This dynamic plays a crucial role in aiding the organization to introspectively reevaluate and fine-tune its core beliefs, values, and cognitive frameworks. A ‘Paradigm’ shift, as a manifestation of the ‘how of change,’ holds the potential to effectuate a profound transformation in how the organization perceives its identity, shapes its objectives, and executes its operations.
Just as revisiting fundamental beliefs requires a thoughtful approach, transitioning into a new paradigm necessitates a strategic and nuanced shift. A tailored change management strategy, resonating with the ‘how of change,’ bridges the gap between conceptual recalibration and practical implementation. This approach fosters a culture of adaptability, encourages open-mindedness, and facilitates the alignment of the organizational ethos with the evolving landscape, ultimately catalyzing the fulfillment of the ‘Corporate Coherence’ objectives.
Structure. Change in organizational structure refers to adjusting or renewing the way an organization is organized and structured. It involves reviewing and improving the internal organization, hierarchy, departments, and responsibilities to enhance efficiency, flexibility, and organizational performance.
Co-laboration. Change in ‘Co-laboration’ refers to adapting or renewing the collaboration processes and practices within an organization or between different organizations. It includes reviewing and improving the way people collaborate, communicate, and share information to work better together towards common goals.
Network. Change in organization ‘Networking’ refers to adjusting or renewing the way an organization builds, maintains, and utilizes its external networks. It involves reviewing and improving the relationships and connections with other organizations, companies, stakeholders, and partners to create synergies, engage in collaborations, and generate value.