Strategy and policy design
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Organisations are increasingly seeking to re-deploy their people to higher priority work. They are looking for productivity improvements to get more from their organisation’s resources. They suspect they have resources locked up in their existing structures and that they are not organised optimally. Some teams are over-stretched while others have spare capacity or are working on lower priorities. Organisations also know that a restructure will just substitute one sub-optimal arrangement for another. So what can they do?
Picture your typical global summit with multiple stakeholders.
A fixed seating arrangement at a large, boardroom style table.
Attendees arriving in formal attire, with fixed perspectives that represent their country or organisation.
A strict agenda, ensuring a decision is made in a timely manner.
Highly ordered and stage managed, the meeting is not expected to discover something new. Discussion is intended to close towards a solution selected from a few predictable options.