Leaders face a daunting challenge: how to run and improve their business while transforming it.

All organizations have a strategy whether it’s stated or implicit. But all too often strategy stays trapped in some executive office in a shroud of mystery; inaccessible to other levels of leaders and subject matter experts needed to deliver it.

When this happens, stakeholders lose out:

  • Existing business models remain on their last legs unable to respond to rapidly changing customer, market and new digital strategies.
  • There is confusion about what to do first.
  • Execution is poor frustrating leaders and employees alike.
  • Growth opportunities are missed.
  • Enabling organizations such as IT and HR must improvise or worse wait.

We agree with The Greater Goal authors, Ken Jennings and Heather Hyde that “20% of company employees should be involved in strategy and 100% in executing it.” However, many organizations lack a straightforward process like S2E and a tool like WorkFit to engage people in opportunities that will help them grow and their enterprise, organization or project succeed.

While each transformation strategy is unique, there are common threads. All start with a compelling mission and vison, followed by an uncluttered and focused strategy that doesn’t sit on a shelf. Strategy must reside in the capabilities of the organization, performing together, and lives and breathes in the actions of employees and customers.

Case Study - Transforming HR

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In this case study you will see how one client, under pressure to build a more productive workforce, tackled big time obstacles in their HR organization structure and their aging HRIS platform.

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Case Study - Moving to Affordable Care

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Read how Accelare helped a Healthcare Provider move from a Fee For Service (FFS) model to a new performance-based model. We guided them as they constructed and socialized a new capability model to realize goals while adhering to cherished values.

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