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Organisational Strategy

A FIT-TO-WIN ORGANISATION TO ENSURE A SUCCESSFUL STRATEGY EXECUTION


61% of companies (according to the Economist’s Intelligence Unit1) face difficulties in executing their strategy successfully because of gaps in their organisation.

A company’s organisation is its body. Like an elite athlete who has trained to be the best in one sport, many companies excel at certain activities but lack fundamental, holistic fitness: a body capable of adapting to real-life physical challenges.

A Fit-to-Win Organisation resulting from holistic fitness provides the company what is needed to perform well:

  • agility in a real business world that is volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA),
  • successful strategy execution
  • cost optimisation (e.g.: optimized resources allocation, overheads costs reduction from 10 to 20%
  • achievement of synergies between the company’s activities, from mergers and acquisitions, and activities at the extended company level, e.g. with the company’s network partners
  • talents’ engagement

Following the EFESO 6-step holistic approach, companies can strengthen their organisations adapting and aligning each component: structure, processes, competencies, tools, leadership, motivation system. This can ensure consistency with the mid- and long-term strategy and enable to deliver growth and profitability in a progression sustainable journey.

EFESO is able to support you in building your tailored-made Fit-to-Win Organisation for the business today and in the future so you can concentrate on winning your race.

Nicolas Forget

EFESO France

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All organisations are perfectly designed to achieve the results that they achieve today. If we want other results, we have to change our way of doing things. − Tom Northup

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