The past two years and the pandemic have changed our lives irreversibly. It forced companies
To go into crisis management mode where very few could adapt to the new situation,
While others struggled to stay afloat and some were lost forever to address both sustainability challenges and rapidly changing market conditions, we discuss the
‘Four Cs’: Culture, Change, Creative Value and Collaboration
Covid caught us all unawares, but it prompted organizations to undergo extensive changes. Companies have to make well-planned and wide-ranging changes that will make them future-ready for new technologies to deal with other such disasters.
In such times, having an entrepreneurial mindset is very important to run a successful business. When we take a look at the global business scenario, we see powerful forces coming together to create profound implications for a sustainable corporate strategy involving market dynamics, faster innovation cycles and disruptive technologies.
An organization’s culture adds significant impact to its ability to attain its vision, implement an effective strategy and drive its business goals. So, leaders should create a culture where each employee is eager to perform. A key aspect would be to have strong organizational values, practice them and take action on violations whatever the role or position.
A major part of the transformation process of an organization is redefining decision-making ridding its database of duplicated data and leveraging predictive models to make more pragmatic choices. Simultaneously, companies should focus on removing all glitches and improving internal efficiencies. This, however, cannot be achieved at the cost of building resilience to ensure stability in daily functioning. The organization’s leaders should put in place contingency plans, including short-term disruptions. Unlocking people potential is another aspect where leaders must revamp talent strategies with focus on training and up skilling to effectively combine the best workforce with technology solutions.
3. Creating value
Producing value-driven results is a complicated process. To make the changes work better, businesses have to work with the right partners. They must also be aware of the changing nature of the environment in which they work. The critical components of infrastructure and capabilities require analyzing the best value propositions for scaling up acquisitions and alliances.
Developers who participate in an open-source environment usually collaborate at higher levels than those used in proprietary software creation. For instance, in the coding phase, a developer may read and de-bug a code developed by another developer without any bitterness. Such collaborations are highly effective and even lead developers to be more committed to a project, while, at the same time, making the work easier for them.
Conclusion: – With so many changes happening simultaneously, organizations nowadays are adopting changes in the ways they operate, think and act. They realize the advantages of deliberate action and are taking measured steps to change strategy to benefit both their stakeholders and themselves shared value achieves long-term success. Organizations that include this 4 Cs in their plans experience steady growth and greater connections and build confidence across the value chain employees, shareholders and decision-makers, among others.
About the Author
Mr. Harish Jagtani, a philanthropist, visionary, businessman of Indian origin, currently based in Democratic Republic of Congo for more than 20 years now, is one of the most reputed business owners in the Indian diaspora as well as the entire expat business community in DRC. The business house caters to multiple domains, including but not limited to Domestic as well as International Air Cargo, real Estate and infrastructure development, healthcare, hospitality as well as CSR.
Coming from humble beginnings from Jaipur, Rajasthan, Mr. Harish Jagtani has come a long way in building this conglomerate with a strong and clear vision, sheer dedication and grit. Starting with a small job in sales, Mr. Harish Jagtani today is a proud and righteous owner of a fleet of airplanes and multiple businesses that cater to the basic and advanced needs of the people of Dem. Rep. of Congo in different sectors.