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Business Transformation: Performance Improvements to Ensure Business Survival


Driving improvements in your organisational performance is crucial for your company to survive in the face of increased international competition. Yet many leaders are anxious about change – often using that unconstructive adage “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”.

In this week’s podcast Phil Dobbie talks to Barbara Ould, a director at Vantage Performance, who has significant experience driving organisational performance across many top companies.

Barbara says companies often lack the experience or understanding of how to improve performance, but it’s a skill that has to be learnt. The reward is simple – survival. You only need to look at some of the major brands around the world that have disappeared over the last few years to understand that it’s dangerous to keep doing things the same way they’ve always been done.

You need to look at your strategy and your approach and make changes. And you need to do it quickly.

 

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