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Tls the 7 s model and shared vision

  1. 1. The 7S Model and Shared Vision @edklessThe 7S Model and Shared Vision - @edkless
  2. 2. How? vs. What matters!How do you do it? What refusal have I been postponing?How long will it take? What is the commitment I am willing to make?How much does it cost? What is the price I am willing to pay?How do you get those people to What is my contribution to the problem?change?How do you measure it? What is the judgment I need to make?How have other people done it What do we want to create together?successfully?The 7S Model and Shared Vision - @edkless
  3. 3. The question is: What do we want to create? NOT How do we do it? or How have other people done it successfully?The 7S Model and Shared Vision - @edkless
  4. 4. The 7S Model and Shared Vision - @edkless
  5. 5. The Modified Seven S Model Skills Structure Shared Strategy Staff Vision Style SystemsThe 7S Model and Shared Vision - @edkless
  6. 6. Shared Vision Skills Shared Strategy Staff Structure Vision Style SystemsThe 7S Model and Shared Vision - @edkless
  7. 7. Shared Vision Fundamentals • Principles (aka Core Beliefs) • Purpose (aka Mission Statement) Shared Vision • Vision (aka Aspiration Statement) aka Courageous GoalThe 7S Model and Shared Vision - @edkless
  8. 8. PrinciplesFounding beliefs of your companyAnswers the question “What do we collectively believe in?”Should rarely changeUsually between four and eight words or statementsInternal vs. externalThe 7S Model and Shared Vision - @edkless
  9. 9. Principles (cont.)ExamplesAgility, Innovation, Trust, Integrity, SimplicityEnsure quality of life balanceActing with integrity, truthfulness and an open line of communicationWork collaboratively as a team, understanding and drawing on each other’s strengthsHave raving fans for customersThe 7S Model and Shared Vision - @edkless
  10. 10. Purpose • Usually composed of three parts • What do we do? • Who benefits from what we do? • How do we do it? (optional) • Answers the question - “Why did I come to work today?” • Should be easy to memorize • Can sometimes changeThe 7S Model and Shared Vision - @edkless
  11. 11. Purpose—ExamplesTo help make it easier for our customers to manage their business processesTo improve the business success (what we do) of our clients (who benefits) byproviding superior business systems (how we do it)Improving the success of our team, our clients and our partners.The 7S Model and Shared Vision - @edkless
  12. 12. Vision—Courageous Goal • BHAG • Clear and concise with little room for interpretation • Should take three to five years to achieve and be difficult and daring • Must be aligned with your purpose and principles • Should change when achieved • Can be quantitative and qualitative The 7S Model and Shared Vision - @edkless
  13. 13. Aspiration – Courageous Goal What are you deeply passionate about? BHAG What can you be What drives your the best in world at? economic engine?The 7S Model and Shared Vision - @edkless
  14. 14. Courageous Goal – Examples• To be recognized as the most valuable supporter of small and medium sized companies by creating greater freedom for them to succeed.• Crush Adidas• A computer on every desk and in every home• To increase revenue per employee to $250,000 by December 2012The 7S Model and Shared Vision - @edkless
  15. 15. Q&A @edklessThe 7S Model and Shared Vision - @edkless

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