At the end of this initialization process, the management team has a common understanding of maturity development. The leadership team has a clear picture of where the organization stands in terms of maturity in various dimensions (leadership, employee behavior, organizational and operational structure, management tools, etc.).
Most managers have many aha-experiences at this point. Many previously unexplained problems become easily understandable all at once.
At the same time, the management team also develops a common understanding to the target maturity. The target maturity is the level that the organisation needs in order to be able to cope well with current and future challenges.
In a final step, the management team develops a first understanding of the sweet spot. This is the point from which development happens simply and with ease. The sweet spot sets a clear focus on a few highly effective development levers - depending on the situation, these may be organisational hard facts or soft facts or often a mix of both.
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1. Non-binding initial interview
3. Leadership workshops (2*1/2 day or 1 day)
Determining the actual-target maturity with the Key Steps Method
Complementary elements for identifying current organizational challenges
4. Development design based on the results of the initialisation