When you can’t change the direction of the wind, adjust your sails.
– H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
Strategy—The positioning and actions taken by an organization, in response to or anticipation of changes in the external environment, intended to achieve competitive advantage.
Structure—The way in which tasks and people are specialized and divided and authority is distributed; how activities and reporting relationships are grouped; the mechanisms by which activities in the organization are coordinated.
Systems—The formal and informal procedures used to manage the organization, including management control systems, performance measurement and reward systems, planning, budgeting and resource allocation systems and management information systems.
Does your organization have a clear strategy and structure? Are there systems in place for employees? Sicora Consulting helps your organization adapt to any situation by strengthening from within.
LeaderShip at the Helm Components:
- Strategy, Structure & Systems
- Mission, Vision & Values
- Quality Balanced Leadership
- Purposeful Culture of Trust
- Team Effectiveness
- Employee Engagement
- Product, Services & Process
- Client Engagement
- Results & ROI