Mastering the art of changing swiftly is now a critical competitive advantage.

Organizations that once enjoyed the luxury of time to test and roll out new initiatives must now do so in a compressed period while competing with tens or hundreds of existing (and often incomplete) initiatives.

In this dynamic and fast-paced environment, competitive advantage will accrue to companies with the ability to set new priorities and implement new processes quicker than their rivals.

The Business Diagnostics is an in-depth look at the performance of a business. Working together we will assist the business owner and leaders within the business to identify the systemic challenges of the business that need to be addressed to rapidly create the greatest positive impact in their business, with the least amount of energy.

The Business Diagnostic contains 150 critical aspects in 10 different business categories. From your sales, marketing, customer service, team, productivity, finance and leadership development right through to your B-BBEE/Transformation.

By completing the online Business Diagnostic, you have the ability to clearly identify your Net Present Position (clarity on exactly where you are within the business)and systemic challenges. As the business owner invests time and energy in this programme, they’ll learn as much as they can about their business, goals, challenges, sales, marketing, finances and so much more.

Completing the diagnostic will create alignment and focus across the business.

 

All with 4 goals in mind:

Combined with our Growth Map, the Diagnostic Process is a dynamic tool and system for creating incredible positive change within your business.

It will become critical to understand:

  • The forces changing your environment and your organization.
  • Where exactly you are “now”.
  • The areas you are focusing your team on.
  • The areas you are focusing on.
  • The correct next action.
  • How to ensure unity in action.
  • How to track change.
  • Employee engagement.
  • Understanding communication breakdown.
  • Divisional fracturing or silos.
  • Shrinking margins.
  • Data and interpretation of data.
  • We then combine and assess the above and manage the process by means of a structured change management system.