- We all want this! But… what is “Organizational Effectiveness?”
- We want (individually and organizationally), in most cases, to be MORE effective.
- In order to become more effective, we need to define quantitative metrics for organizational effectiveness.
- For most organizations, this means making progress against their Strategic Goals, as defined in their Strategic Plan.
Our Strategy-Driven Organizational Effectiveness approach is not magic. It’s the same principles Bill Bellichek and Nick Saban use to dominate the game of football: Focus on fundamentals, everyone knowing their job and how it relates to the broader strategy, and everyone executing according to the same playbook.
About the author
Craig B. DeLano serves as Managing Director of Principia21 LLC, allowing him to leverage his thirty-plus years of diverse experience, including both senior consulting and operations roles.
As a recognized authority on organizational effectiveness, supply chain and information technology, he has been quoted by the media and has published subject matter articles in numerous magazines, including Journal of Commerce, Logistics!, Purchasing and Supplier Selection and Management Report.