McKinsey approach to problem solving

This presentation discusses about the Mckinsey’s 7s framework The problem is not always the problem Create structure through “M.E.C.E.” Don’t reinvent the wheel Every client is unique (no cookie cutter solutions) Don’t make the facts fit your solution Make sure your solution fits your client Sometimes let the solution come to you No problem is …

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7S Model

This model (7S Model) was developed in the 1980’s by Robert Waterman, Tom Peters and Julien Philips whilst working for McKinsey and originally presented in their article ” Structure is not Organization“. To quote them: “Intellectually all managers and consultants know that much more goes on in the process of organizing than the charts, boxes, …

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Approaches to Organization

How does social science based organization theory describe the business firm? Sociology, political science, social psychology and ethnology have inspired two almost classical perspectives. One theorizes the firm as an arena for strategic behavior. The other underlines the way social pressure mechanisms structure a moral community dimension. Two additional approaches exist, less explored. The firm …

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Characteristics of an Organization

I’m writing this to present a means of quantifying a corporation or organization in much the same way as one would an NPC. While we cannot use Combat, Move, Mental, and Physical groups as measures for such institutions, I’ve presented five characteristics that will serve as a framework for measuring the capabilities and activities. These …

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Introduction to Organization

An organization (or organisation — see spelling differences) is a social arrangement which pursues collective goals, which controls its own performance, and which has a boundary separating it from its environment. In the social sciences, organizations are studied by researchers from several disciplines, the most common of which are sociology, economics, political science, psychology, management, …

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