3-day executive seminar, providing impulses on business development and the design of result-oriented organizations. Top faculty members convey most recent knowledge about strategic alignment in high performance organizations.
Are you happy with the performance of your company? Are there any untapped reserves you could exploit? Creating the best organizational structure for a high-performance organization is one of the most important tasks for top management. Organizational structure considerably impacts how management and personnel think and act and it defines the direction of the company. The question what course to set for the company is closely related to corporate strategy. Any organizational structure should therefore support strategy implementation. Corporate structure is also the most important driver of corporate culture. Conceptually separate entities however, will in practice always result in being individual areas of thinking, with narrow-minded perspectives, individual interests and inherent conflict potential. Behavior that is rewarded with incentives will persevere over unrewarded behavior. The same is true for management and control systems: Measurable activities are controllable; if you can’t measure it you can’t control it (Norton/Kaplan).
Top management needs to be aware of the significance and interrelation of organizational structure, corporate culture and incentive systems. Regular organizational reviews are paramount for long-term success. This 2-day in-house seminar provides the foundation, as well as additional insights and discussions to cover the topic.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Decision-makers of the top echelon, possibly supported by mid-level decision makers contributing perspectives of their ranks and files.
to be agreed upon
German or English
Cost: CHF 16'600.–* up to a max. of 15 people
Included are the lecturer as well as a firm-specific customization of the content tailored to the needs of the customer. Additional expenses are billed separately.
*plus VAT. Invoice in Euro possible at the current rate.