Strategic Capability Development
I have found over the years of assisting clients in developing strategy that often the real constraint on their ability to deliver heir strategies is a lack of their development of long run capability.
This has led to the development and refinement of a practical approach to capability development.
Approach and Methodology
Phase 1 Plan the Plan
Phase 2 Collect and Validate the Data
Phase 3 Agree “The Priorities”
Based on the output of Phase 2 present the findings to Senior Executives and sign off the findings. Communicate the results to appropriate audiences.
Phase 4 Capacity Review
Based on the output of the phases 2 & 3 analyse and assesses the organisation’s capacity to deliver against these priorities and produce a question set for further interviews/workshops.
The capability to consider:
People and skills
The work will bring together the gap analysis and plan alignment work from previous phases and assesses the capacity to deliver against “The Priorities”. It will also include consideration of any staff climate surveys.
Present the findings to Senior Executives & sign off the findings. Communicate the results to appropriate audiences.
Phase 5 The Way Forward
Include recommendations regarding:
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