We look at how strategy is embedded in your organisation. To do this, at commencement of an engagement, Junkeer explores how the organisation makes use of their strategy.
Observations are made with regard to: employee awareness of the strategy at all levels; whether strategy is driving every decision in the organisation; whether the strategy is linked to a set of goals; and whether the strategy is working.
The rationale behind reviewing strategy initially is due to the impact this has on any solution put forward. An organisation’s decision making framework needs to be driven by its strategy to enhance the success of any project.
Organisations commence operations with simplicity in mind. Processes are kept
manageable and understandable for all employees. As growth occurs, more resources are added and processes expand.
External priorities become the focus and unconsciously processes evolve naturally and not necessarily in a planned manner. Upon reflection, processes can potentially be simplified. This can be achieved by harmonising the processes to reflect: the stage of the organisation’s life cycle; the industry environment; and the organisation’s
Simplification is essential for the betterment of employee performance, motivation,
satisfaction and retention.
We believe in organisations applying emotional intelligence and providing a culture of stimulating roles for employees. Process driven tasks that can be automated, should be automated, creating efficiencies within an organisation.
By utilising human intellectual property and technology, an organisation fosters an environment of contemporary business practices. It creates the opportunity to do more with less. This focus highlights their readiness to compete in the new era of digital disruption.
By progressing automation we challenge organisations to be inspired to cater for the new millennial generation.
With the abundance of data that can be processed, it is easy to become overwhelmed with too much information. We assess the quality of the information being produced by the organisation.
The principles of requiring information that is accurate, succinct and in real-time haven’t changed. The ability to manage and process data to obtain the required
information is imperative to the decision making process. Another aspect of
information management is the communication of relevant information to the
Effective communication empowers employees with knowledge and confidence for internal and external interactions.