Changes to how organisations run their operations intensify as the marketplace changes and becomes increasingly competitive. Common “events” that most often drive the need for developing, evaluating, or modifying the operating model of the organisations are:
1) Customer needs, shareholder needs; 2) Competition; 3) Cost reduction; 4) Increasing globalisation of the industry – diversification (e.g. expansion in new global markets such as Africa); 5) Fundamental shift in the corporate strategy; 6) Technology 7) Politics, Economic, Legislation and regulations; 8) Changes in who buys the services & products and how they use it; 9) Product & service innovation; 10) Marketing innovation; 11) Changes in cost and efficiency; 12) Emerging buyer preference for a differentiated instead of commodity product/ services; 13) Regulatory influences and government policy changes.
MetaPerformance will assist you in building a clear Business Architecture and subsequent Target Operating Model (TOM) and moving toward it systematically.
At any given point, organisations often have multiple projects going on, each with its own set of objectives and outputs. These projects must be all move towards the same goal and delivering changes that are aligned with each other and supports the organisational strategy. This is achieved by defining a Target Operating Model that describes the future state of business processes, organisation, and technology; and then ensure all the change and transformation programmes are aligned to create that target model.
MetaPerformance has developed a proven method for designing fit-for-future Business Architectures and transitioning to it whilst ensuring business continuity. We have extensive experience in working with Strategic Partners in contributing to the development of new Enterprise Architectures that support the business strategy and helps direct major change and transformation programmes.