The Networker process enables large numbers of people to be engaged in the identification of performance constraints and their causes; it stimulates open dialogue about issues, causes and actions; the change process begins immediately, and there is little, if any, resistance to change. The data we provide people to work with is ‘hard data’ describing the realities of how the organisation actually functions, and how work relationships are formed to tackle built-in constraints.
All Networker applications are custom-configured to target client-specific, priority, business performance challenges, with web-based data collection to speed the application process. Typical targets are:
- productivity and continuous improvement
- enabling innovation and problem-solving capacity
- project and programme management
- customer service quality
- tackling social problems (public sector)
- developing deep leadership
- managing stress (reducing it, not coping with it)
Check the page with examples of successful Networker applications, and another with some sample case studies to see some of the types of challenge we have tackled.
The outcome is the initiation of a process of ongoing developmental change. Since the process taps into the latent talent and energy that is present in all organisations, it means that the organisation gets a greater return on its intellectual capital and know-how.