Clear objectives for strong action
“The future must be accepted in the form it comes. You should influence it to have it coming the way you want it.”
– Kurt Götz
Operative issues rule a manager’s daily business: Is production running trouble-free? Is quality ok? Can we keep the delivery dates? What about open accounts?
However, directors and board members must think beyond their daily business horizon: they are expected to set the course today to get competitive advantages tomorrow. Who will my future competitors be? How do I prepare my business for the upcoming challenges?
The winning “recipe” consists in more than regaining efficiency within the present processes in the company. MATT & PARTNER are working together with many innovative and successful companies, helping senior executives chart the future of their firms.
Expansion into new markets, strategic alliances with high-profile partners both domestic and foreign, the innovative combination of products and services, and the development of customers through alternative sales channels, are just some of the most common ways to achieve this.