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Management Issues

Team at Process BoardMANAGEMENT ISSUES

The Helix Group has an innovative way of converting management issues into effective decisions, plans, buy-in and actions. We also achieve a high level of teamwork along the way. Our definition of an issue is: Something that's important for which there are complications.


The scope of planning issues ranges from the development of a corporate strategic plan to "the things we need to do next" to solve an immediate problem. We call this the development of plan content. There may also be the underlying issue of how to do planning more effectively on an ongoing basis. We call this the planning process. The Helix Group has a wealth of experience with these issues. Have a look at the concepts and approaches we employ.

  1. Do you want to improve and accelerate strategic planning?
  2. Does your strategic planning not really deal with strategic issues?
  3. Are you trying to get some plans and priorities in place?
  4. How can our organization develop its strategic initiatives?
  5. How can we develop a better planning process?
  6. Is strategic planning not supported in your company, but you still need to do planning?
  7. How can we insure our all-important planning session is a success?
  8. Are your resources aligned with your priorities?
  9. Do plans fall short of implementation?
  10. Do you need to develop or update your Business Plan?
  11. Are you sure your strategy development efforts are not overlooking key considerations?

Process Issues?

Getting a process designed, developed, implemented and/or improved. The Helix Group has some very effective methods to achieve these kinds of results. We will also train you or your staff in these methods so you can do it yourself.

  1. Are there key processes in your organization that are broken or limping along?
  2. How can we develop our own people to do process improvement?
  3. How can we develop a continuous process improvement culture in our company or organization?
  4. Are we managing processes or are they managing us?
  5. Does your organization need to improve the service it delivers?
  6. Is IT service an issue?

Organization Effectiveness Issues?

Organization effectiveness can involve structure, responsibility, authority, interactions, dependencies, policies, mission, boundaries, strategies, plans, priorities, competencies, culture/style, processes, governance, metrics, and/or technology and tools. Check these out.

  1. Communication Issues?
  2. Do you use committees in your organization? Want them to work better?

Meeting and Planning Session Issues?

"We meet and we talk and we talk, and nothing happens!" "Why are these sessions so hard?" False modesty aside, The Helix Group has world-class methods for getting meeting or planning session results. Guaranteed. No brag, just fact.

  1. Teamwork Issues?
  2. Team-developed solutions

Agreement. Buy-in. Commitment. Efficient. If you like the sound of those words, have a look at Teamwork.