Objectives and strategies
The most straightforward reason you need an organizational development strategy is that it provides the framework required to achieve your business objectives.
Consider the following examples of business strategy:
- Opening a new market;
- Creating a new department;
- Launching a new product;
- Increasing sales.
While at first glance, these may look very different, they generate similar organizational questions:
- Do we have a person(s) or department that can achieve the objective?
- Do we have the talents internally to get us there?
- If so, are their roles adapted to the new goal?
- Are these new roles well structured and adapted?
- Should we externalize this function?
It’s almost impossible to manage change. Existentially, most of life’s stresses are caused by change. If we could manage it, most of our problems would no longer exist. It’s more accurate to say that organizations must learn to adapt to change.
On a practical note, the co-creation workshops offered at Maïeutyk allow participants to actively participate in the change process by identifying, naming, and developing solutions adapted to your organization’s current reality.