The choice and development of an excellent strategy should capture future opportunities for the organization and should mostly transmit both the direction and the strength needed to mobilize resources and people.
Once a successful strategy is drafted, the next challenge is its implementation by teams that are motivated and empowered. In addition, strategic indicators are needed that clearly communicate what the organization’s objectives are and that give information on the direction and speed of the strategic process.
TAGA recommends the following work programmes for management teams:
STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENTIAL PROGRAMME
The Programme provides strategic content through the basic elements of an organization’s culture: its Mission, Vision, Values and Strategy.
We provide support to companies to carry out thorough self-assessments for the formulation of their MISSION, VISION, VALUES and STRATEGY.
SYSTEMIC AND HUMANISTIC METHODOLOGY FOR STRATEGIC ANALYSIS AND DEVELOPMENT
The main pillars of change are Leadership, Strategy and Culture. However there are other elements which need to be taken into account and these are mainly innovation, organizational design, collaboration, communication, team and people management, and Talent management.
SYSTEMIC AND HUMANISTIC TOOL FOR STRATEGIC DECISION MAKING
Systemic business intelligence provides the necessary tools to understand and fully and sustainably develop the organization as a whole, ensuring its continuity and increasing its productivity.
This tool achieves, inter alia, EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE.
SYSTEMATIC NEGOTIATION MODEL FOR OPTIMIZED STRATEGIC ALLIANCES
This model facilitates the negotiation of a partnership between two or more companies that share medium and long term common objectives and interests.
By means of a specific analysis, and with minimum effort, we can determine the optimal relationship to achieve the proposed objectives.
· Reveals the parties’ true reasons behind a wish to partner;
· Analyses conditions that facilitate cooperation;
· Clearly defines the activities to be carried out by the different parties implementing the relationship;
· Quickly establishes the common understanding ground and required commitment for the achievement of a successful partnership;
· Provides a results measurement structure.
CEOs and their Senior Management teams are the initiators and champions of organizational change…