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Strategy, Structure & Organization Issues:

Below, are some of the 120 most-common problems our clients have reported over the past decade.
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Too many rules »

Budgets not met »

No staff meetings »

Ineffective workflow »

Our planning is too ad hoc »

Home office is too luxurious »

Old timers fight newcomers »

People used as scapegoats »

Company has a silo mentality »

No clearly articulated purpose »

Our ethics need to be examined »

Mood of company is not positive »

Changing priorities too frequently »

Parent company is suffocating us »

We always seem to be restructuring »

The vision for our future is not articulated »

Do not know what the competition is doing »

Top management split on where to go next »

Hiring tomorrow who we needed yesterday »

Too much administration versus production »

No well-understood market penetration plan »

People don’t know what the real priorities are »

We need a strong shake-up and reorganizing »

Our strategies are not aligned with our purpose »

Company has lost touch with clients and market »

Top management split on how much risk to take »

Organization makes commitments it cannot deliver »

Insufficient headquarters support for the field staff »

Departments concerned primarily with themselves »

Two executives will not communicate with each other »

Powers that be can’t agree on what business we are in »

Organization’s annual plan not understood or accepted »

Growing too fast for the quality of management we have »

We don’t apply our psychological testing tools effectively »

Hard to predict how actual results will conform to budget »

Organization or department revolves around one person »

Inadequate top-to-bottom or bottom-to-top communication »

Supervisor does not know how to treat own staff members »

We are undecided about centralization vs. decentralization »

Company repeats the past rather than investing in the future »

How do I test if our company is ready to move to the next level? »

People are expected to agree – even if they don’t know what about »