ROADMAP & SOLUTIONS
Recover by retooling your organization
Revisit organizational competencies: sharpen critical skills and ensure relevant foundational knowledge, embed agility in changing consumer and digital reality.
Business disruptions as big as these, coupled with high levels of pressure and uncertainty are forcing leaders to pivot not only how they serve their consumers but also how they serve their employees.
Organizations and employees have been feeling immense pressure to keep up with:
Major shifts in marketing, channel, product and supply chain strategy
Changes in the organization’s ways of working—WFH, social distancing, new sales channels
Rapid digital transformation
In this environment, it’s critical that businesses retool their organization and people to build an agile organization that can adapt and flex to changing internal and external customer needs. This involves:
Revisiting the organizational foundations covering capabilities, culture and effectively managing this transformation is a big, but necessary undertaking that will set up businesses for sustained recovery.
Ensuring that people have the foundational competencies to read consumers, the business and the market for strategic decision-making
Enabling teams to work effectively under the redefined consumer and market conditions, redefining the critical skills and competencies needed by the new organization
Inculcating new ways of working, develop digital expertise, and learn how to build a brand with agility tools that are now foundational to developing a future-ready organization
Pauline Fermin is Acumen's Managing Director and head of the Business Transformation practice area.
Albert Cuadrante heads Acumen's Strategic Digital Transformation practice area.
Nadine Cariño heads Acumen's Capability Building practice area.
Chelet Tanjuatco heads Acumen's Strategic Brand Building practice area.
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