Approach

The tried and tested approach that Lavery McGlynn takes is based on 35+ years of experience gained working with many different organisations.  It is essentially a ‘team’ approach where we work with you and we each bring different skills, knowledge and expertise. You know your organisation – how it operates and what it wants to achieve and Lavery McGlynn brings the experience to turn your knowledge into action.

Lavery McGlynn will work with you through a series of Labs to help you develop your own skill set in each of the 3 areas – Planning, Measuring and Monitoring.  The Labs can be either face to face or run remotely.  Each Lab is independent but can be treated as part of a complete programme.

Within each Lab there are 2 phases:

Review

The purpose of this phase is to assess what is currently in place and determine its use going forward.  In many instances much work has previously taken place and we do not want to completely ignore that.  Through the Review phase, the ‘team’ will determine what can be used and what needs to be further designed/developed.

Design/Develop

In this phase, using the results of the Review phase, Lavery McGlynn will work with you to produce the Strategic/Operational Plan, Meaningful Measures or Actionable Reports.  For this to be successful it will be critical that:

  • Everyone has the same understanding of the vision of the organisation
  • For an operational plan, everyone within a particular team is clear on where and how the team contributes to the achievement of the vision
  • The measures developed will be 100% relied upon to tell you that you are on target to achieve the particular goal
  • Existing, “interesting” reports will be removed and replaced with reports that will work for you, enabling you to take the appropriate actions when needed.

Our approach ensures:

  • There is one vision statement.
  • Everyone has some understanding that the vision is, and not their own interpretation of it.
  • We offer assistance to bring everyone on-board.
  • A clear understanding of what needs to be done to get there.
  • Everyone takes ownership, and knows their responsibilities.
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