Octinver works with business leaders to break down organisational, cultural and technological barriers to change.
When the dynamic relationship between organisation, culture and technology is healthy, there is universal acceptance of three fundamental policy statements – what the business intent is, where authority lies and to whom responsibility is given. Where there is confusion about policy an inevitable result is that barriers to change arise. These barriers are important because they will result in delayed implementation of change, demotivated people and reduced return on investment.
The three components of healthy interfaces between organisation, culture and technology are leadership, knowledge and communication. These words are so overused that they can be taken to mean anything so Octinver will sit down with you to define what they mean in the context of your business and then to identify with you where barriers to change exist and what they cost your business. As a first pass this should take no longer than a day and usually incurs no cost. The outcome will be a proposal that outlines a programme of work to ensure that when you implement change your people are engaged and your bottom line is protected.