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How organizations work

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The presentation talks about how large organisations these days take decisions and what are the challenges faced by them in the process.

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How organizations work

  1. 1. How organizations workRenaissance Strategic Consultants Pvt Ltd www.renainet.com
  2. 2. Organizations - at the top• Highly knowledgeable peer group – Comes with baggage• Clearly defined roles and objectives• Domains within domains well defined• Steer innovation• Everyone in this peer group has worked in the field at some point of time
  3. 3. How decisions are taken Formation of anRealization of Presentation of implementable need ideas plan Generation of Open Assigning of ideas: triggers discussions: responsibilities Critical analysis
  4. 4. How decisions are takenCompetitor moving ahead Launch new product Change in market scenario Old methods losing effectiveness New government policy Foresight Formation of an Realization of Presentation of implementable need ideas plan Generation of Open Assigning of ideas: triggers discussions: responsibilities Critical analysis
  5. 5. How decisions are taken References Case studies New findings New theories Formation of anRealization of Presentation of implementable need ideas plan Generation of Open Assigning of ideas: triggers discussions: responsibilities Critical analysis
  6. 6. How decisions are takenHow Who When Expected results Where Support Formation of an Realization of Presentation of implementable need ideas plan Generation of Open Assigning of ideas: triggers discussions: responsibilities Critical analysis
  7. 7. How decisions are taken Formation of anRealization of Presentation of implementable need ideas plan Generation of Open Assigning of ideas: triggers discussions: responsibilities Critical analysis
  8. 8. How decisions are taken Formulate a roadmap and stipulate a step by step plan Formation of anRealization of Presentation of implementable need ideas plan Generation of Open Assigning of ideas: triggers discussions: responsibilities Critical analysis
  9. 9. How decisions are takenEach person given a list of objectives and achronologically mapped out set of deliverables Formation of an Realization of Presentation of implementable need ideas plan Generation of Open Assigning of ideas: triggers discussions: responsibilities Critical analysis
  10. 10. ROADBLOCKS TO DECISION MAKING
  11. 11. Roadblocks to decision making Difficulty of acceptance: ‘my’ idea is fallible
  12. 12. Roadblocks to decision making Information overload
  13. 13. Roadblocks to decision making Bureaucracy – or the fear of it
  14. 14. Roadblocks to decision making Interdepartmental tiffsit would be interesting to see how teams would react to each others views in a common workshop
  15. 15. Group dynamics There are cool kids There are kids who want to be around cool kids And then there are kids who just want to be in the background (with a similar expression)
  16. 16. Group dynamicsCommon Blind Spots
  17. 17. LeadershipHave to be better than their peers
  18. 18. LeadershipHandle everyone with care
  19. 19. Renaissance Strategic Consultants is one of India’s leading training and consulting firms,facilitating strategy implementation across the client organisation through five end to endpractices. The 5 practice areas cover communication management, service management, salesmanagement, managerial effectiveness and cross cultural management & diversity. We have beendelivering result oriented business solutions through tailored workshops, consulting,diagnostics and coaching for more than 10 years now.Check out our website for more resources:HTTP://WWW.RENAINET.COM/RESOURCE-CENTRE.HTMLCollaborate with us on academic projects:HTTP://WWW.RENAINET.COM/COLLABORATE.HTML

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