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The ‘Reposition’ Speaker Forums help business leaders focus on the need to reposition their businesses for future success.
The topics are thought provoking and challenging. They discourage complacency and encourage repositioning. The topics focus on 'Reposition Opportunities' that are applicable for most businesses and for most departments and divisions within a business. The ‘Reposition’ Speaker Forums are directed at business leaders and are well suited to conferences, management forums, strategy sessions, business planning forums, and team-building events.
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‘Reposition’ your Organisation’s Support Functions for Enhanced Performance
Do the people in your organisation’s ‘support’ functions have the same sense of accountability for business performance as the people in sales and operations? Are the support functions in your organisation ‘cost centres’ or ‘business performance centres’? Is it clear how each support function contributes to overall business performance in both the short-term and the long-term?
‘Reposition’ your Organisation’s Values for Enhanced Performance
Does your organisation have a set of values? Are the values relevant? Do the values impact business performance?
This topic speaks to these questions, challenging business leaders to reposition the organisation values for future success.
‘Reposition’ your Performance Management System for Enhanced Performance
Does your organisation have a performance management system? Would the performance of your business or business unit be better or worse if your performance management system was removed? Who is responsible for developing and implementing your organisation’s performance management system? When last was the performance management system upgraded? Do your management team and your employees recognise your performance management system as important and relevant?
This topic emphasises that the central objective of a performance management system is to enhance business performance. To the extent that this is not achieved the approach and the content require ‘repositioning’.
‘Reposition’ your Organisation’s Ethics Program for Enhanced Performance
Does your organisation have a Code of Ethics? Is there an Ethics Program? Is the Ethics Program relevant? Does the Ethics Program enhance business performance?
This topic speaks to above questions, challenging business leaders to reposition the organisation values for future success.
‘Reposition’ the Boardroom Focus on ASX Corporate Governance Principle 3 for Enhanced Performance
Is the Board focus on compliance with the Principle 3 Recommendations or on the 'essence' of the Pricniple 3 guideline? How does the level of attention given to the essence of Principle 3 impact productivity, fraud, and business performance? Will the business be a better business through a boardroom emphasis on 'actively promoting ethical and responsible decision making'?
This topic speaks to above questions, challenging business leaders to reposition the response to principle 3 for future success.
PEOPLE | PRODUCTIVITY | PERFORMANCE