Align for higher productivity and profitability

Corporate

Corporate leaders strive for optimal productivity and profits in the service of customers and shareholders. Effective leaders universally recognize the value of a clearly articulated mission, vision and strategy in achieving high performance. But even the strongest articulation alone does not translate into practice when devoid of alignment principles.

Misalignment breeds:

  • unclear communication from managers to their teams
  • dissatisfied employees
  • teams not working well together
  • languishing projects
  • decay of margins

Orgametrics®, and our process helps you

  • understand alignment gaps in your company
  • precisely identify strengths and improvement opportunities to focus on
  • develop and implement an efficient, actionable plan to achieve the goals and objectives for your company
  • connect your alignment improvements with your KPIs, so you know your company is actually becoming more effective

What Does Organizational Alignment Look Like for a Company?

Corporate Case Studies

What happens when organizational effectiveness becomes stagnant? How should an organization respond when continuous improvement plateaus? In this case study you will learn how Orgametrics assisted one such company on overcoming these obstacles to regain their position as an industry leader.

The Orgametrics® Corporate Team

Erik Beckler Erik has led teams for a Fortune Global 500 as well as smaller organizations. He has led by focusing on key alignment drivers and searching for innovative ways to meet needs of customers and his staff. His coaching style is to challenge clients to learn how to see differently, practice new techniques, ingrain learnings into daily work and measure the impact on a company.

Joe Byrd Joe has owned companies and worked in various departments within many more. His experience is focused on establishing baseline metrics and goals and then setting up viable, attainable plans to reach those goals. Joe works with clients to see the end game and practice the process to get there.

Art Johnson Art serves as CEO of Orgametrics and works with clients across the country. Art’s has a long history with large corporations, with leadership stints at IBM, USWest (CenturyLink) and Medtronic. Art has also served as an Adjunct Professor with the Hamline University School of Business teaching their MBA candidates in Strategic Management.