Business Strategy and Planning are still the cornerstones of a successful organisation. In addition Building Synergy between your business, the technologies you use and the people who work for you will develop a resilient, innovative and sustainable organisation.
Synergy is emerging as a key factor in successful 21st century organisations. Redbean has developed a unique research-backed approach to building synergy in organisations, departments, or major projects that can mean the difference between failure and success.
Establishing Strategic Directions, defining Key Performance Indicators and aligning all activity to these strategies can improve productivity and outcomes at all levels of an organisation. Building Synergy between these strategies and the business structure will develop a whole, much greater than the sum of the parts.
Informed by the above strategic plan for building synergy we can now add additional value to the following traditional tools for existing or newly established businesses or projects:
- Business Case and Investment plans
- Business plan including Financials
- Marketing Plan
- Operational and Technology plans (including value-chain and process maps)
- Business Sustainability
The following are a selection of recent events where Redbean's Paul McKey has successfully use synergy building strategies to lead the facilitation of senior executive and staff groups to reach specific organisational outcomes.
Facilitation of a two day strategy meeting with key stakeholders of the commercial arm of MSU, MSU Global. Key objective was the setting of a vision, mission and ongoing strategic direction for the development of new online learning initiatives to be managed as discrete businesses.
TAFE Open Learning - Brisbane 2007
The successful development of a new strategic plan, business plans and a change management process for the revitalisation of this $18M business required continual facilitation of senior management and key staff to develop a breakthrough plan for the future of the organisation.
Queensland Nursing Council (QNC) – Brisbane
Design and facilitation of a strategic research and planning workshop for a 3 – 5 year research plan that was consistent with the QNC Corporate Plan 2004 –2009 that was informed by financial modelling.
Complementary HealthCare Council of Australia – Byron Bay
Design and facilitation of a two day Future Vision Workshop with over 25 CEOs and Managing Directors of the Australia’s leading complementary healthcare companies. This highly successful workshop achieved its objectives of developing a unified vision for the industry for the next ten years and a number of concrete steps and strategies to help achieve it.