Reinvention & Redesign _____________________________________________________________________________________ We like to use a medical analogy to describe why reinvention, redesign, and even downsizing might be the only viable options in some situations. When dealing with excess weight or toxic substances, the nutrients and antioxidants that our bodies produce to keep us healthy need to do "double duty." This often compromises our ability to effectively fight disease.
Organizations face the same challenges when they're forced to deal with "excess weight," "toxic" (outdated) systems or processes, and/or other forces that cause the kind of stress that inhibits innovation and negatively impacts performance. When products or services don't fit with core offerings; in situations where divisions or organizations simply can't achieve profitability or viability; or in situations where products or services have become obsolete, restructuring, downsizing, and divestiture is most often necessary.
In these situations, we help clients deal with the change and resulting stress that restructuring and downsizing can bring, and equally important, assist in leveraging the change to foster innovation and enhance individual and team performance.
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Click hereto read our Reinvention & Redesign brochure and learn about how this change initiative can be leveraged to enable innovation. Also read about effective alternatives to restructuring and downsizing as well as recommended methods and transition strategies that maximize retention and productivity.
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