How often have you seen a decision or a choice being made without fully understanding the issue? It is only too often that such decisions are made. A clear understanding of the environment can help identify the issues. Creating the appropriate solution & having a plan of action to execute should follow. Let Gupta Consulting's experience assist you along the way.
Identify
Inventory
It is essential for any business to keep on top of what they have and what they need. An inventory is the first step.
Issues
There are always issues that need resolution a solution. Quite often no one person knows or has a clear understanding of all that is going on. Understanding and knowing the full picture is paramount to the task of progress.
Analyze
Review
A critical impartial review of all information assembled during the inventory is the basis for good solutions & sound decisions.
Catalogue
With all the information gathered in one place, one can start to catalogue it. An organized way to view the data flows for clear thinking and focus without distraction.
Solve
Stakeholders
Too often the core that is expected to deal with management decisions is left out of the entire process. Where there is no stake, no ownership, there will be no participation. It is important to bring all who have a possible stake into the process and create consensus.
Options
Where there is consensus, there can be cooperation. Where there is cooperation, there can team based solutions, that everyone likes and is willing to implement.
Implement
Roles
There is just so much that comes our way on a day to day basis. What to keep & what to shred is an exercise in patience, and so it is with all the electronic inbound data. Having backups is one thing, but managing them for that what if scenario is something that you must truly think about, before it is too late.
Plan
There is just so much that comes our way on a day to day basis. What to keep & what to shred is an exercise in patience, and so it is with all the electronic inbound data. Having backups is one thing, but managing them for that what if scenario is something that you must truly think about, before it is too late.