Management theory and financial controls are founded on reductive reasoning: take a complex matter, reduce it to a simplified form, cut out the negatives, you’re left with no wrong. If only it were so simple.
Forgive the flaws, tolerate the imperfections – if they are part of the fabric which contributes to the unique characteristic from which your business can offer something different, something special.
Identifying what are the key components and what are the weeds is difficult when you’re immersed at the centre. A fresh set of eyes can add clarity and objectivity.
The first stage of a change is identifying the strengths and ensuring that whatever happens, whatever changes, these are never lost. It’s all too common to take what you have for granted, focus on what you don’t have, and only then realise the importance of what you had when it’s gone.
Progression is encouraging and developing without reducing.
Identify the corrosive elements
Find solutions which can remove these whilst leaving the core intact.
Identify the key performance indicators and the warning thresholds and have these displayed in an intuitive dashboard that tells you what you need to know at a glance.
You know where you want to go; how you get there doesn’t mean changing what you have more how you use those resources.
Taking time to think about the company, where you are and what you want to be. Sounds like a waste of time but it's the quickest way to get there.
Enterprise Resource Planning
Attract and communicate with existing customers. Are you ready for corporate Tinder?