Strategy Development and Implementation through our business advisory service.
Odesma recognise ‘There is no secret sauce in defining the direction of your organisation. Our Business Advisory service will help you define your strategy, building on the mission and vision for your organisation as well as help you identify and implement the strategic imperatives and goals for the organisation.
We will seek to first understand the current direction of your organisation, the strategies operated by your competitors as well as what your customers think and need. Our business advisory service will work with your executive team to both collect information as well as facilitate consensus on the key business imperatives and future strategic options.
Odesma will assist in internalising the strategy both culturally and through appropriate measures and Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s).
Business Advisory – Driving Strategic Change
Odesma will engage with stakeholders across your organisation to lead change programs from inception to implementation. Our business advisory team are able to access and deploy the strongest people, best in breed technologies and tools to deliver change – whether these are found externally from within your organisation.
Using our wealth of business advisory experience, we will work with you to create a vision for change which is consistent with your organisational strategy and overall objectives. Vital to achieving successful and sustained change is identifying and enrolling the support of critical influencers and adopters across your organisation. The business advisory team at Odesma will work alongside you to do this.
Finally, we will bring our personal experience from running businesses globally as well as drawing on our procurement PeopleCloud™️ network to drive your future success and help you Stay Ahead!
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