Revitalizing Healthy Organizations

Your organization may be a well-established leader, but has reached a point where progress has stalled. Slowly eroding market share, client attrition and declining enthusiasm can all signal the need for revitalization.

Possible situations:

A financially healthy organization finds its historical model is becoming obsolete. Marketplace, product and/or technological shifts require re-thinking a current business strategy to ensure a future as good as the past. An organization needs to regain positive momentum.

Symptoms:

Growth of shareholder value is slowing or stagnant. New threats appearing from existing or nontraditional competitors.

Deliverables and solutions include:

  • Industry analyses, including assessment of competitors and market attractiveness, resulting in strategies to reposition clients for greater success
  • New marketing, operational, organizational, technology and/or e-business strategies to enhance value and operational effectiveness
  • Mergers or acquisition evaluations, thorough financial pro forma analysis, organizational and strategic due diligence, and post-acquisition assimilation strategy
  • Evaluation of business requirements and subsequent implementation of appropriate software, technology and management processes to optimize the organization's operations and create a competitive edge


Revitalizing Healthy Organizations

Resolving Troubled Situations

Managing Transitions
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