With feet on the ground, and eyes to the sky.
An organization’s success is linked to the implementation of clear business strategies with measurable and easily shared goals.
In today’s business environment, strategy is more important than ever. Organizations are truly successful when every employee makes the right decisions and takes meaningful action in daily activities.
Three factors are critical to doing this, and we place them rigorously at the heart of all our planning activities:
It is very common to hear of companies and organizations that have tried to pursue strategic planning processes without success.
The causes of failure are almost always attributable to one, or more, of the following obstacles:
The biggest challenge is to link day-to-day management with strategic management. Too often, in fact, strategy does not take day-to-day operations into account.
From planning to implementation, all our projects face and overcome all obstacles to guarantee you a 5:1 ROI.
Our strategies are always accompanied by step-by-step processes drafted with the organizational uniqueness of your organization in mind.
Throughout, we support both top and middle managers with individual coaching, focused trainings, and interim assessments.
The team is trained on the importance, consequentiality and interpretation of key KPIs: only by measuring do we improve, and it is essential that each person is the controller of himself, even before others.
We implement measurement methodologies (Balanced Score Cards) for each stakeholder’s performance and management protocols to coordinate meetings and reporting so that it is effective, focused only on what matters, and understandable to all stakeholders.
Learn the stories of those who have already relied on us and how we have led dozens of organizations from planning to implementation.
Risk is inherently unpredictable; the ability of the risk manager is demonstrated through the creation of potential solutions capable of keeping the achievement of the set goal intact.
Empowering others by delegating what another person can best perform by virtue of his or her own abilities, communicating effectively, and making complex decisions.
Leadership is the ability to lead a given group of people toward a goal; the characteristics that are identified in leadership are communication and motivational skills. A leader's strength is directly proportional to his or her ability to best manage the team he or she chooses to form.
The implementation of the Operational Excellence methodology led to a 30% increase in NOP (from -10% to +20%) and a significant improvement in market share due to better plant utilization and improved business profitability. The results were confirmed in the years following Stratega's intervention. The work done has created a solid foundation of processes and technologies, durable and with great future potential.