Our clients are often faced with a seeming mystery: The strategy has been developed, the processes defined, the organization is optimized and the incentive systems are modern. Nevertheless, the company’s figures show no signs of improvement. When we then interview employees and managers, we find little to no evidence of purpose or clarity, but rather sarcasm or even cynicism regarding the strategy, management and performance targets. “Culture eats strategy for breakfast” was how this situation was summed up by Peter Drucker more than 20 years ago. It is equally relevant today.
We help our customers to plan and implement strategic impulses in a viable form, matching the specific management and decision-making culture, as well as the company’s ability to manage conflict. This leads to tailor-made solutions, providing measurable value for the customer. We don’t have much time for best-practice approaches; copying something that was once successful somewhere else is seldom effective.