At the core of Dynamic Growth Strategies, we’re all about partnering with organizations as they evolve their people,
processes, and products.
Much of our work centers on helping organizations improve their results through systematic, planned change that is truly focused on their specific organization. Because of this, much of our work in this area is customized and tailored for the specific company and solution. We utilize proven results, tested solutions, and leading-edge tools in working with our clients.
Some examples of our engagements include:
- Facilitation of sessions for cost reduction and avoidance
- New business strategy for emerging markets
- A total process solution to marketing operational elements
- Creation of new systems for customer data collection and communication
- Delivery of customized succession-planning workshops globally
- Implementation of self-directed work teams
This list represents a variety of solutions and engagements. Results included increased revenue, higher satisfaction, and, most importantly, lasting change.
We help with:
- Process creation and implementation
- Integration into your organization’s culture
Organizational Processes and Tools
In working with an organization, we employ a number of proven methodologies and tools. We've used the Work-Out Process (championed by IBM), Root Cause Analysis, and a variety of brainstorming tools in helping organizations through the years. In addition, we can use the following assessments.
Adventures in Attitudes®
Coping with the continuous changes of the downsized, team-oriented, and increasingly diverse workplace has left many people confused, fearful, and sometimes angry. As attitudes deteriorate, so do commitment, loyalty, and performance.
KEYS® to Creativity
This is an organizational survey that assesses the climate for creativity and innovation that exists in a work group, division or organization. It measures specific management practices that impact the work environment. KEYS assesses six management practices that support the work environment:
• Organizational Encouragement
• Supervisory Encouragement
• Work Group Supports
• Sufficient Resources
• Challenging Work
In addition, KEYS looks at two management practices that inhibit the work environment:
• Organizational Impediments
• Unrealistic Workload Pressure
KEYS also includes data on how productive and creative the work environment is: