Soft change initiatives - linking strategic, Operation Management

Soft Change Initiatives - Linking Strategic

1. Team working/investors in people (IIP)

2. Empowerment - understanding the value chain and the 'cycle' of failure 

3. The learning organisation 

4. Business process reengineering 

5. Supply chain management (relationships)

6. Down sizing/ delayering

7. Out sourcing

It is often said that there is nothing so practical as a good theory. In a sense strategy is a theory until implementation. This is where the learning process and excitement of operations management is greatest. Iterating between strategy - implementation - learning is the fundamental development path for an organisation. This is where new knowledge and insight occurs.

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