Business Transformation for a VUCA world.

The pace of change is exponential

Coronavirus means the world will never be the same

Coronavirus and working from home are causing levels of Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity (VUCA) in the business environment. This is having a dramatic impact on your business and your teams.

The pace of digital transformation is exponential, the opportunities now exist to shape the worls we do do business in.

You need to change the way you change.

VUCA change, Business Transformation Consulting for a VUCA world, is a new way of approaching change. Upgrade your transformation skills to realise the benefits of industry 4.0.

Don’t use agile or automation or machine learning.  You need to use IoT AND automation AND machine learning.

You need to change with the market

Embrace the rapid pace of change and allow your business to rapidly innovate and adapt to capitalise on each new challenge.

Use the VUCA model in strategic management. Develop VUCA leadership with our approach to emotional agility and emotional resilience.  Our framework “how to thrive in a VUCA world” delivers financial improvements by identifying new markets and redeploying existing skills to generate revenues for your business.

Make the change now

If you are looking deliver rapid, visible performance improvements in the short term while strengthening your organisations capability to win in the years ahead then please get in touch.

Business Transformation for a VUCA world

Organisational Design

Yesterday: Recruiting based on experience and traditional competencies.

Tomorrow: Being successful because you are curious, engaged and resilient will provide a foundation for dealing with the VUCA world.

Our approach: Get the right people to challenge the business and have a desire to prepare the business for change.

Process Simplification

Yesterday: Lean and Six Sigma trained teams sheep dipped for four weeks and forgotten half of it.

Tomorrow: Engagement, business planning, automation and process design and team training.

Our approach: Half of what you do now will not exist in 12 months so give your teams to skills to design, develop and implement new processes and systems within the business.

System Architecture

Yesterday: Expensive legacy systems with little or no flexibility

Tomorrow: Cloud based , integrated platforms, minimum viable products and web apps.

Our approach: What is the most cost approach to engage effectively and deliver quickly and iteratively.

Management Information

Yesterday: Poor quality historical data not linked to the business plan delivering limited value to the business.

Tomorrow: Accurate and predictive data using relevant data to drive informed management decisions.

Our approach: Define the information we need and from which data source. Cleanse, use, iterate and cascade.

Real Estate Synergies

Yesterday: Large long lease and static workplaces with expensive FM contracts.

Tomorrow: Everyone working from home or right sized and adaptable workplaces with optimised workplace contracts.

Our approach: Clarify the workplace strategy and define the divestment and cost rationalisation opportunities. Design better well work places.

Target Operating Model

Yesterday: Unclear on the ‘state’ of the business, whether products and services are delivering and how successful mergers and acquisitions have been.

Tomorrow: Opportunities clearly articulated to increase revenues and profits and employee engagement.

Our approach: What is the best way to grow and how to ensure that any operating model has the flexibility to cope with further change.

Business Transformation for a VUCA world

Coronavirus and work from home means Business Transformation for a VUCA world

With a VUCA environment in business today, managers can no longer rely on linear, cookie-cutter techniques to inspire people. Managers and their teams need to be adept at navigating a volatile, confusing world with confidence, resilience, and adaptability.

No organisation is spared in a VUCA world and relying on past experiences to manage new challenges is why 70% of leaders are unhappy with the outcome of their change management programmes.

Can you adapt quicker than your competitors?

 

Yesterday’s experiences, training, qualifications do not provide the change leadership to cope with tomorrows challenges. It is no longer good enough to find the one way or the one management tool: standards give way to individuality.