Health check

Organizational control

Maintain a high-performing organization that can adapt to changing business needs and remain competitive in the long-term. Avoid bad press.

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Developing and executing a clear strategy is essential for achieving an organization's long-term goals and objectives. Managing strategy involves setting priorities, allocating resources, and making strategic decisions that align with the organization's overall vision and mission.



Compliance with legal and regulatory requirements is essential for avoiding legal and financial penalties and maintaining the trust of stakeholders. Managing compliance involves developing and implementing policies and procedures that ensure that the organization is operating within legal and regulatory boundaries.


Managing risk involves identifying, assessing, and mitigating potential threats to the organization's operations, reputation, and financial stability. This involves monitoring market trends, identifying potential risks, and developing strategies to mitigate those risks.


Managing the organization's finances is essential for ensuring that it has the resources it needs to achieve its goals and objectives. This involves budgeting, forecasting, and financial analysis to ensure that the organization is operating within its means and making strategic investments in areas that will support long-term growth and success.

Operational management

Operational oversight

Managing operational activities is crucial for ensuring that an organization can carry out its day-to-day functions effectively and efficiently. This involves overseeing all aspects of production, service delivery, customer service, and other key processes to ensure that they are running smoothly and meeting the needs of the organization's stakeholders.

Operational improvement

Continuously improving operational processes is essential for maintaining a competitive advantage and achieving operational excellence. Managing operational improvement involves identifying areas for improvement, implementing process improvements, and monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of those improvements.


Operationalizing new processes, products, or services involves moving from development and testing to full-scale implementation. Managing operationalization involves planning and coordinating the rollout of new initiatives, ensuring that all necessary resources are in place, and monitoring performance to ensure that goals are being met.

Organizational development


The culture of an organization is a critical factor in shaping its overall performance and success. Managing culture involves establishing a clear set of values and norms that guide employee behavior and decision-making, and promoting a positive work environment that fosters collaboration, innovation, and accountability.


Ensure that the organization has an effective system of decision-making and communication, as well as a clear chain of command that enables it to respond quickly and efficiently to challenges and opportunities.

Learning and development

Investing in employee learning and development is essential for building a skilled and motivated workforce that can adapt to changing business needs. Managing learning and development involves identifying training and development needs, designing and delivering effective training programs, and tracking employee progress and performance.