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Organizational Framework…Connecting the Dots

The definition of a framework as defined in Dictionary.com is, “a frame or structure composed of parts fitted and joined together”. The concept of a framework, when applied to the creation and development of an organization is an excellent means to build a successful organization.

To apply this concept to other complex development projects, such as producing a software product or constructing a building, the successful developer would not consider beginning the project without the development of a framework. In the software world, a framework is commonly used for the successful development of a product which can be configured, integrated with other products, and effectively managed throughout the lifecycle of the product. In the architectural world, no successful builder would consider building without having the plans necessary to coordinate the various resources required to bring the vision of the building into reality. However, in the world of organizations, frameworks are rarely considered as an essential component of success, and most organizations are established and operated with little consideration of an organizational framework.

The development and use of an organizational framework is a practical and effective means to successfully integrate the many complex components of an organization into a holistic perspective reflecting the vision of the leader. The complex components of the organization include cultivating a culture for prosperity, delivering operational excellence, maintaining customer focus, and developing a scoreboard for success. Just as the architect or software developer has a vision for the building or product they are to develop, the entrepreneur or CEO has a vision of the organization they desire to build. The organizational framework provides the structure for ongoing successful integration of the necessary components required to consistently deliver excellence.

Identifying and integrating the critical components into a framework, which is unique for the organization, leverages the strengths and builds a strong foundation for success. The framework then becomes an alignment tool used to connect the many dots within the organization to create a clear picture, which all stakeholders can visualize and contribute to. Stravicom Global has developed The Systemic Prosperity Framework to assist organizations in connecting the dots and leveraging these strengths to achieve sustainable prosperity.

To learn more about how to apply the Systemic Prosperity Framework to your organization contact Stravicom Global at, www.StravicomGlobal.com.