Key factors for facing the risks that may be brought about by the discontinuity of your business.
Preparation and establishment of necessary voluntary arrangements with creditors.
Excellent management of business relations is essential for generating trust.
This internal and external management will help you to improve the alignment of people, decision-making and, accordingly, achieve our business goals.
We can no longer think in a linear fashion because we are immersed in a complex global system where systems and relations mark operation. To better develop our businesses it is necessary to be familiar with and understand the new connections in the world around us.
Connected with our environment
In a setting where everything is accelerating and continually changing, the time companies have to make major decisions is increasingly shorter. There is no longer any purpose in applying traditional tools and strategies for analysing the environment every now and then.
Keeping ahead of these changes and their implications, and establishing firm bonds will all stakeholders surrounding and within the organisation is no longer an option; it is a necessity.
This is not an incidental aspect in the management of a company. It should be entrenched from the top manager down to the last worker and managed in a swift, simple manner, providing the greatest benefit with the least complication possible, assigning the resources needed to suitably implement it in light of its importance.
Observatories: sector, skill, technology, law, society, environment, etc.
In a knowledge society, information constitutes the basic raw material.
Being able to distinguish what information is important and what information is not, as well as where and how to secure it, can lend great savings in costs to your company while providing it with essential impetus.
Being aware of what takes place around us is an essential condition for the smooth development of our businesses in the short-, medium- and long-term.
Accordingly, capitalising on, developing and promoting internal capabilities that help to reap profit from the huge knowledge currently being operated within your organisation is one of the most profitable investments you can make and it will allow you to make huge progress with a minor investment in resources.
At present, no company is exempt from transformation, staff downsizing, budgetary restriction, strategic refocusing or business model renewal processes.
Change management actions centred on processes and technology that take place in companies may or may not function depending essentially on whether they are taken on board by those in charge of executing them. They are key to the success or failure of change management.
Learning to manage such complex situations, integrating Òchange management programmesÓ in an orderly, controlled and systematic fashion into the company culture will help you to be swifter and more adaptable, leading you on course to reaching your business objectives.
Internal communication and endomarketing
In a setting where knowledge management, target-based management and the need for loyalty of qualified staff is increasingly relevant, internal communication and endomarketing are taking on ever increasing significance.
Through internal communication, endomarketing seeks to bring together the entire organisation concerning fundamental business areas: detecting what motivates staff and ensuring this motivation is sustained, strengthening internal relations within the company to ensure each employee has a shared vision of the business and the company.
The direct consequence of this will be beneficial in two directions: internally, increased productivity, motivation and improvement of the working environment; and externally, higher-quality products and services with the resulting impact on turnover.