|Middle “C” routes|
Consumer Change (left)– Consumer demands on service and product providers drive the organization to adapt policy, and change performance within business, but uses the old ways to produce, not to integrating new advancements that could improve mission objectives
Management Change (right) – Management reacting to new innovations establishes policy and new investments to take advantage of such, but investments tend not to live up to policy goals as never took into accounts mission objectives, and still focus on silo’d objectives
– Not until recently with legislation change due to societal values to stop this overspending, has the investment in technology been governing resources through a channeled mechanisms.
– This change is causing the sub-cultures to move slow based on the imprint (bad taste) left when they tried to execute the mission as a whole decades ago. They have little faith that performance can be achieved.
– This requires strong executive showing and demonstration of follow-through, smart teaming, and experience in transformational leadership
- This is for organizations ready for business transformation – either in response for relevancy (upgrade business model) or in response to modernization (upgrade experience and total cost of ownership impact)