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Unleash the Tiger: Accelerating Change to Achieve Results

   |   MBO Partners   |   April 16, 2020

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In today’s post, Simmie Adams host of upcoming MBO webinar “Unleashing the Tiger to Grow Your Independent Business,” offers actionable tips to help organizational leaders achieve strategic change. 

Organizational leaders have an innate desire to improve their organizational environment and want strategic change to happen within their organizations.  Strategic change is not only wanted, but it is also required in order to keep pace with the increased internal and external pressures in a changing environment.  This combination of desire and demand drives leaders to push for strategic change to happen rapidly, therefore accelerating change management is critical to delivering impactful results.

This passionate desire for strategic change is driven by environmental demands.  Some major demands include, but are not limited to, increased competition, product development, higher operational and organizational performance as well as strategic and tactical business plan implementation.  Other minor demands include leadership succession, organizational growth management, workforce management, and client/customer management, just to name a few.  Therefore, their motivation for the desired change is because of the growing demands placed upon them.

How do or how can business leaders accelerate clients from their current state to their desired future state?  Another way to state this question is how do leaders apply appropriate change in their organizations achieving results?

The answer to these questions can be broken down into a couple of main components.  One main component is working in partnership with the stakeholders, which consist of the workforce as well as clients/customers.  Partnering with stakeholders enables them to be part of the team developing and delivering solutions.  Another component to meeting the challenges of rapid change management is breaking down organizational silos and creating collaborative organizational environments as the new norm to organizational achievement.  This new norm is about working across the more traditional organizational boundaries by taking a more holistic organizational systems approach.

Join Dr. Simmie A. Adams, founder of The Consortium of Scientific Practitioners, in a webinar and discover the most effective ways to take your business to the next level for the long haul.

For more

Register for Simmie’s webinar held on April 23 at 2 PM EDT. 

In the webinar, Simmie will discuss:

  • Discovering what your “tiger” is and how to utilize it to your business’ benefit
  • How to take your company to the next level
  • How to have a higher ROI
  • Tips to create a financially independent business

Learn more about Simmie on his website and via LinkedIn.

About the author

Dr. Adams has over nearly 30 years of experience within the Intelligence Community and the Department of Defense (IC/DOD) environment as an intelligence professional as well as a leader and mentor of both military and civilian personnel. He spent over 21 years in the U.S. Army’s Regular Forces and Special Operation Forces during peacetime and multiple combat tours. He was a Senior Intelligence Analyst as a contractor supporting Combat Commands and the Joint Special Operations Command in both domestic and overseas positions for 2 years.

He has strong organizational performance and leadership abilities and has extensive experience in coaching, mentoring, and training personnel. Dr. Adams has strong communication skills as well as the ability to visualize issues, determine solutions, and implement decisions. He has led efforts in analyzing communications, conducting executive interviews, researching industry best practices as well as examining project issues and risks to develop performance-driven strategies.

He is a subject matter expert in organization and leadership change methodology. This methodology has led efforts in analyzing communications, conducting executive interviews, researching industry best practices as well as examining project issues and risks to develop communication strategies. As a result, he developed and implemented a strategic communication change program focusing on executive briefings, organizational internal and external communication initiatives, and organizational intranet, informational websites.  His 360-degree focus on organizational issues groomed his organic knowledge base in operational and human capital environments at all levels.

 

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