Communications, Information systems, information and communication technologies and Business processes go hand in hand in organisations and they are all inextricably linked to the value that organisations deliver to their customers or clients.
For many business leaders, successful leadership requires an understanding of the workforce with capacity to motivate co-ownership and or co-creation of missions, goals, problems and solutions.
In today’s businesses, innovative tools and technologies constitute the basis for developing approaches and processes to facilitate profitability, limit waste and motivate efficiency at work.
At Ganiat Kazeem Consulting, the organisation is seen as a network of people and processes entwined with artefacts ( technologies, tools, materials) revolving around the success and or profitability of the entity.
The goal of consulting is to help businesses improve productivity and competitiveness by identifying, highlighting, and showing businesses how to make better use of their technologies, skills, and knowledge.
All too often organisations work to develop the best approaches and adopt the best tools however there are times when questions arise such as:
How can an organisation develop and implement information and communication technologies that are the best fit for the organisation?
How do organisations learn what is working and what is not working?
Is the business reflective of organisational mission and goals? are they shared and understood by the workforce?
How can an organisation manage its intellectual assets and organisational knowledge better?
How does an organisation or business leader learn to develop a motivational business goal model that accounts for technologies, communications and innovation and remains oriented to value creation?
What is going wrong or right with organisational information, knowledge, systems or processes?
How can a business leader discover how policies and procedures and or changes to them filter down through the workforce?
How do changes in society, or changes in the organisation influence and affect the design and adoption of digital tools and services?
How easy or difficult are the information and data management systems in use and how well are they aligned to best market/organisational practice within the industry?
What can an organisation do to build value into business and improve profitability while extending value to clients and customers ?
How do workers feel about the systems, tools, methods, equipment and processes that they work with ?
How can organisations align business information and communication technologies, tools and approaches to industrial standards?
How can an organisation manage change and challenges using their technologies while remaining innovative ?
How can an organisation assess its information, communication and technology weaknesses and improve market readiness or customer service?
How can organisations diffuse knowledge and retain knowledge for competitive advantage?
What do employees/workforce think or feel about the technologies they work with; what do they think could be better?
How can organisations co-create, co-own and collectively identify problems and devise solutions that include technologies, communications, processes on a rolling basis?