Through consultancy, facilitation, coaching and mentoring we can help you with…
Strategic engineering and planning
Paradox & tensions management
The Imaginarium ‘Strategic Engineering’ approach takes an overview of how a company ticks, understanding where the cogs may be misaligned or missing altogether. This is designed to identify and resolve ‘communication gaps’ in an organisation.
The following ‘communication gap’ problems can have a dramatic financial cost to the organisation through lost time, lost income and lost opportunities:
- Not delivering or meeting expectations
- Performance issues and apparent lack of capability
- Lack of proactivity, people not stepping up
- Demotivation and inactivity
- Problems remaining unresolved, not moving on, going around in circles
- Tensions and conflict (see Paradox Management below)
- Lack of development and learning
- Senior management/CEO having to fill skills gas and doing what should be done by others
- Increased staff turnover
- Inappropriate behaviour
- Higher stress levels
- Tasks and deadlines being missed / not getting done
Through Strategic Engineering, we can help you to step back and take a bigger picture perspective of the organisational ‘machine’ as a whole. We will then work with you to provide practical solutions AND methods of gaining staff engagement.
The Imaginarium Strategic Engineering approach will benefit CEOs and Senior Management by freeing-up time for leading, doing what matters, focusing on the big picture and driving the business forward. Staff will also benefit by increased motivation and satisfaction, unobstructed performance (i.e. the ability to get on with job at hand) and greater wellbeing/reduced stress levels.
Paradox and Tensions Management
Imaginarium Learning and Development offers a genuinely unique service in Paradox & Tension Management, based on the book “Solving Impossible Problems.”
Unresolved paradoxes and tensions can lead to high level conflict, upset, depression, paralysis, intense stress and wasted money, time and resources. Unresolved paradoxes can also manifest in high staff turnover and companies going out of business. As the rate of work and change accelerates, pressure will grow and expectations will become higher and higher. This means organisations (and the people in the organisations) will be facing more paradoxes more frequently.
Paradox & Tensions Management is the learnt ability to resolve and/or work with the contradictions, conflicts and dilemmas in any given context.
The Imaginarium ‘Paradox Management’ approach provides a toolkit of strategies that can be used at an individual, managerial and organisational level to ‘blow out’ paradoxes and hence remove problems. As well as removing a problem, managed paradoxes can also generate leading edge systems and innovative strategies.