Sunday, July 23, 2023


Organizations clarify strong business logic via seamless alignment of people, process, and technology, and apply the best fit methodologies, technologies, and practices to improve the success rate of business management.

In today's dynamic and unstable business circumstances, sooner than later, enterprise runs into fierce competition, unexpected disruptions. It is critical to identify and strengthen the weakest link of implementation, and determine how each part of the organization, including all important functions, must "put all things together" to bring tangible business results. 

So the business management is emerging rather than being prescribed, moving from linear steps of strategy-implementation to iterative planning-implementing-adjusting continuum.

It’s important to gain a holistic view to refine or adjust the problem statement so that it can be approached piece by piece, without ignoring interdependence: The collaboratively interdependent organizations can reach the higher state of business maturity because limited hierarchy works best in a creative environment. The business becomes more effective when the corresponding learning curve has reduced uncertainty to the point where both the strategic synergy and organizational interdependence can be structured, people follow clearly defined principles for solving problems in a structural way under complex, uncertain and ambiguous circumstances.

To gain the in-depth understanding of interdependence, it is important to apply a holistic view of the organization as an interconnected and interdependent whole; where the free flow of ideas and their prompt implementation is a key element of business success. Break the big plan into meaningful small chunks so that people are willing to deal with them piece by piece, take calculated risks and readily measure progress. What works and what doesn´t, depends on the nature of the organizational interdependence that needs to be enabled.

It is important to think about business from a micro and macro perspective in a structural fashion: Where macro or micro are simply methods of viewing or understanding the resolution of the process. It starts as a top-down method of divergent thinking to establish the context of the system that will be eventually conceptualized and designed for. More often than not, you need to take care of issues behind the scene such as functional misalignment, structural rigidity, or cultural inertia, etc.

The macro view is useful to tell you "What"? While micro views tell you How? Both are necessary, analysis and synthesis. Continue to question: Why? Where? and Who? In general, the qualitative or constraints come from the macro level; the quantitative or energy come from the micro level. Solid business management requires both levels of macro and micro perspectives of the business system. on a micro level, one department may improve their operational efficiency. On a macro level, you should consider the optimization of all the departments, and the effectiveness and efficiency of a holistic business management.

It is necessary for the coherent use of various already known concepts and gradually opening up to the best and next practices:
Every organization should strive to explore the "best practices" throughout the organization. Developing the best practices help to standardize solutions to some common problems usually within the industry. These practices might be different across organizations, across departments, and affiliates within an organization and can change over time. In fact, they should change and evolve over time.

The practice is always a combination of people and how they are used to doing things. It’s important to orchestrate organizational interrelationship by sharing information, harnessing cross-boundary communication and collaboration, and building mutual trust. Often, the best practices were industry-specific and evidence-based. They are based on data, communicate the possibility of change in structure, patterns, processes, and scale up efforts in improving business management agility.

Business strategy management can build a solid roadmap to get from here to there. If its implementation does not result in delighting existing or prospective customers, or increasing market shares in existing or new markets, then it is not a successful implementation. High performance organizations clarify strong business logic via seamless alignment of people, process, and technology, and apply the best fit methodologies, technologies, and practices to improve the success rate of business management.


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