COMPANY’S GROWTH AND INNOVATION CAPABILITIES
Most companies are constantly in the process of improving their growth and innovation capabilities to ensure they keep up with market demands and competitive dynamics as long as keeping and defending their competitive position.
Understanding the current state of your growth and innovation capabilities needs a comprehensive approach. From our experience working with executives and companies around the world, we have identified 8 key dimensions that when properly evaluated, allow management to accurately asses the current state of their capabilities, evaluate gaps and craft improvement plans. These 8 dimensions are: (1) Strategy context and focus, (2) Customer centricity, (3) Competitive context, (4) Organization and structure, (5) Culture leadership and language, (6) Team management practices, (7) Management processes and metrics and (8) Support systems and tools.
A pictorial of these dimensions can be seen below:
We work side-by-side with your executives to (1) understand the current state of each dimension, (2) assess your current capabilities and most importantly (3) create directional action plans for improvement.
STRATEGIC ACQUISITION DUE-DILIGENCE
We support potential acquirers with a comprehensive review of and detailed insight into a given target company. Typical elements include:
- Target company capabilities and historical performance
- Market and competitive landscape
- Product portfolio and services
- Marketing and sales strategy
- Business organization and people
- Operations and manufacturing
- Strategic planning and growth options
- Projected financial performance scenarios and metrics
- Strategic fit, recommendation and rationale
Help dance school owners with the articulation and implementation of the turnaround, growth strategy and implementation for the business. Project include financial analysis, growth capabilities assessment, modeling growth potential and specific action planning and follow up to execute 30+ initiatives to increase enrollment and retention, double revenue in two years and increase target EBITDA to 25%.
Companies often have an abundance of data available, but many struggle to make sense of that data and to translate it into actionable insight for management. By keeping in mind these four best practices, management can create an effective competitive intelligence function that not only responds to your specific organizational needs and enhances decision making at multiple levels, but that also can become a long-term source of competitive advantage in the future.
Successful corporate entrepreneurship is at the core of corporate renewal. It allows an organization to benefit on latent market opportunities, develop new capabilities, and adapt to competitive challenges.
From our experience working with executives and companies around the world, we have identified 8 key dimensions that when properly evaluated, allow management to accurately asses the current state of their capabilities, evaluate gaps and craft improvement plans.
Due to the increase in competitive intensity across industries, the accelerated pace of business and the globalized nature of many organizations, top management is constantly pressured to deliver ever more challenging growth targets