Did you know that today only...
• Only 20% of corporate initiatives are successful,
• Only 33% of successful initiatives produce “significant” change,
• Only about 7% of corporate initiatives produce “significant” change, and
We know how important it is in today’s environment that organizations beat these odds. Somerset has found over 27 years of researching organizations that the only way to beat these odds is to change the work culture.
When the culture of an organization is strong, it is far more likely to be successful. To this end, Somerset offers a set of validated management tools to Grade, Plan and Support sustainable improved performance. These tools allow our clients to energize their workforce for success by ensuring that they have answers to the following questions:
WORRIED THAT YOU REALLY DON’T KNOW WHY YOUR ORGANIZATION DOESN’T MEET ITS GOALS?
You need a SOMERSET GRADING TOOL to accurately assess the true level of your organization’s performance with your employees, customers and internal initiatives. Validated against real corporate performance metrics, these tools don’t just give you what you need to do to improve performance (diagnostics), but let you know “how high is up” so that you can direct resources cost effectively where they are needed the most.
KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE BUT DON’T HAVE A “ROADMAP” AT A COST THAT MAKES SENSE?
You need a clear path to get your performance from “where you are” to “where you want to be.” SOMERSET PLANNING TOOLS put this knowledge into a structured action planning process to ensure that only the most efficient and cost effective steps to improvement are taken.
WORRIED WHETHER YOUR WORKFORCE CAN DELIVER A SUSTAINABLE HIGH LEVEL OF PERFORMANCE EVEN WITH THE RIGHT PLAN?
SOMERSET SUPPORT TOOLS strengthen leadership practices, enhance employee motivation and commitment, and build effective working relationships throughout your organization so that your roadmap sustains improvement
You Should Be Looking
At Consumers Differently
Tim Gohmann, Christian Goy and Ron Mundy, directors of the Behavioral Science Lab, believe that the majority of CMOs are unprepared to interpret data. For Texas CEO, they discuss how focusing too much on data can cause CMOs to miss out on truly understanding consumer behavior and offer advice for anyone looking to update their old methods of studying consumer decisions. Texas CEO Magazine
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