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Enterprise wide change superiror results through systems thinking - William J.

William J. Enterprise wide change superiror results through systems thinking - Wiley publishing , 2005. - 353 p.
ISBN: 0-7879-7146-4
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Working on the Enterprise: The Bite-Sized Approach
12. Develop and implement a customer-focused organization through a
three-year strategic marketing and sales plan.
13. Clarify our unique positioning in the marketplace versus the competition
in the eyes of the customer to create customer value.
14. Create a system of achieving leadership excellence for the collective
management team.
15. Create a system of succession planning for key jobs/roles (include
16. Create a culture change to a positive work environment and a highperformance organization.
17. Create innovation as a core value and set of skills throughout the
18. Create a knowledge management system and a “learning organization.”
19. Develop and implement a radically different strategic plan using the
ABCs of a strategic thinking approach.
20. Develop your own unique strategic management system and yearly cycle.
21. Enhance business excellence (effectiveness and efficiency) and alignment of delivery on a day-to-day operational level—simplicity of execution and elimination of waste.
22. Reorganize and restructure our supply-chain to create more simplicity,
flexibility, and responsiveness to changes in the marketplace.
23. Turn around an unprofitable or low-performing business.
24. Develop a lower cost structure; improve process and efficiencies as our
competitive edge.
25. Pursue a merger or acquisition to grow our marketplace positioning.
26. Identify and develop a new joint venture, strategic alliance, and/or
Enterprise-Wide Change. Copyright © 2005 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Reproduced by permission of
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