Is your organization experiencing a disconnect between your overarching Strategy, Vision & Values, or what Stewart, Cooper & Coon likes to call SV2?
Effective Performance Management
Narrowly defined, strategy is the art of the general – a combination of the goal for which the organization is striving and the policies by which it is seeking to get there. A strategy serves as a road map, which is the path chosen that leads to the vision. The most important part of implementing the strategy is ensuring the organization is headed in the right direction – toward the vision.
Outlines what the organization wants to be, or how it wants the world in which it operates to be (an idealized view of the world). It is a long-term view and concentrates on the future. It can be emotive and is a source of inspiration for those involved in achieving it, most successfully through the alignment and application of their personal values to those of the organization.
Beliefs that are shared among the stakeholders of an organization. Values drive an organization’s culture and priorities, and provide a framework in which decisions are made. Understanding the relationships between personal and organizational values and their effect on culture can help set the priorities you seek to inculcate, communicate and demonstrate.
We can show you how to develop a full strategy for effective performance management around your workplace, and how it will affect relationships with clients and your brand’s image.
Investing in your people is one of the best investments any business can make. Your people are your company. No matter what kind of business you are engaged in, Stewart, Cooper & Coon can show you valuable ways to improve your organizational structure and the ways in which your employees communicate with each other, customers and management.
For organizations that are now struggling with these ideas, or ones that just need a bit of a tune-up, Stewart, Cooper & Coon recommends you contact us to discuss in greater detail the nature of your business and you organizational development needs.