Forward thinking businesses are now looking at how their organization will be structured after the COVID-19 pandemic comes to an end. Will the old assumptions and practices still apply? Businesses are looking to assess where they are, where they need to be, and how to get there.
Our observation of businesses today, regardless of whether they are in growth mode or stability mode, is that a lot of time, focus and dollars have been invested in key infrastructures such as process re-engineering, IT/technology, facilities, marketing, visibility and branding. And there is no doubt that these core infrastructure investments are critical to being competitive in today’s marketplace.
But what we’re not seeing, however, is the same level of investment in their organizational ‘infrastructure’…. the people that are key to executing, representing and sustaining the objectives of the enterprise.
Organizational Infrastructure, such as its design, size, capabilities, depth, flexibility, alignment, engagement, resilience are arguably as critical as those other key infrastructure pieces, but its impact isn’t always as visible. And that unawareness can be devastating to those next stage objectives, as well as your existing ones.
And that’s where HC2 comes in…..