Strategy Development and Strategy Execution
The strategy process is designed, with help from innovative methods, as a learning process and as a organisational progress.
Strategies can be used alone, with experts, or developed in teams. For an efficient collection of knowledge, experience and an increased acceptance of the results oezpa recommends the team option.
In management circles we develop, in collaboration with you, your starting points, devise your ‘strengths and weakness’ analysis, consider your trends, market and competitors, help you with your strategic positioning and build a feasible implementation program.
The format of the future conference by Marvin Weisbord and Sandra Janoff is a very effective and integral strategy development approach of our method here.
The goal of the vision and mission statement development is to work on a corporate future and to already begin to implement the execution during this process.
Vision and mission statements document a shared vision of the future. This offers orientation – particularly in times of great uncertainty and change. It is significant, that the development process is thereby just as important as the actual, visualised end-product.
In the form of our reference-implementation-programs, we bring successfully implemented programs with us and support you with the implementation of your vision and mission statement.
Company’s mission statement
Companies with a mission statement, increased their market value six times more in 50 years, than companies without a mission statement (Jim Collins, Built to last, HarperBusiness).
A mission statement is the overall aim and declaration of the principles of a company. It is important for employees, owners and customers alike. Mission statements are often referred to as the “Ten Commandments” or the “constitution” of a company. The mission statement contains the long-term goals of a company and shows the guidelines for the conduct of its employees. The mission statement helps to develop an overall organisational culture, and clarifies the meaning and the interaction of its elements.
The mission statement is a management tool which is part of a vision and fulfils the following functions:
- Working basis for the strategic management
- Basis for priority program and actions
- Focus and control
- Legitimation by the mission statement helping to explain the actions internally and externally
- Giving guidance and discipline by leading employees and executives
- Integrating with the hiring of new employees
- Inspiration. Production of commitment and motivation
- Encouraging and shaping culture
- Increases the identification of employees with “their” company
- Orientation for customers and suppliers
- Tool for public relations (strengthening of image and reputation)
- Attractiveness to prospective employees
The mission statement presents a value-oriented approach as a basis for action towards various target groups.
oezpa gladly advises you on the successful development and implementation of your corporate vision.
Implementation also means inspiring employees to have new ideas, goals and concepts. To this end, employees are mobilised as the central converter. Through clear target consistency, exemplary leadership and participation a spirit of optimism is generated.
An open, honest and creative communication enables the understanding and communication of important contents.
Executives are strengthened by an implementation-oriented coaching for their challenging task.
Our project management know-how stabilises your implementation projects.
Through an effective monitoring of your implementation plans, we provide you with navigating options at all times and enable you to make adjustments if necessary. oezpa supports you with its consistent implementation attitude and experience in sustainable realization of your projects.