1. phase: ANALYSIS
Identification of the existing situation includes the identification of work and business processes, key documentation flow, review of personnel and other business documentation, identification of key tasks, communication process and information system.
Phase 2: EVALUATION OF THE OBSERVED
The consultants assess the situation on the basis of the results obtained through observation, surveys and interviews.
Phase 3: PRESENTATION OF RESULTS
Leaders’ consultants are confronted with findings about the situation in the company: assessment of organization, presentation of critical points, communication and information flow, staffing and their utilization.
Phase 4: BUSINESS OBJECTIVES
The decision whether the company will merely optimize the existing situation or start with the beginning of the reorganization of the business process.
Phase 5: STRATEGY
Establishing conditions for a dynamic management model.
Phase 6: CREATING THE DLM
Time to decide: process optimization and rationalization or a complete overhaul. In the latter, first give possible solutions, followed by the creation of a model.
Phase 7: BUSINESS INTEGRATION
In the case of optimization, training workshops for dynamic and project management are organized, and in the case of a complete renovation, the implementation of a dynamic management model follows, followed by the implementation of project management and the overall graphic image.
During this period, the foundations of the organization are established according to the new organizational structure and in accordance with the new organizational rules.
“You don’t have to eat a whole pot to know what the soup tastes like.” – Milan Krajnc
Dynamic Leadership Model
The purpose of the book is to present a dynamic leadership model, which in more than a hundred cases has proven to be a great way to get out of business and personal crisis and how to overcome difficulties without even going into crisis.
Author of the article: Milan Krajnc, pedagogue, entrepreneur & crisis manager
I teach you to look “at yourself” as a third person. For more information or an introductory meeting, write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org