Company Transformation

The growing competition linked to globalization, the introduction of new technology, economic liberalization and deregulation, and changing societal expectations and values create an environment of permanent turbulence. Faced with such turbulence, few companies have escaped the need to reorganize, downsize, outsource, acquire or divest. Over the past twenty years, thousands of companies have tried to remake themselves into better competitors. Whether it is a one­time action to increase shareholder value or an ongoing process aimed at improving general competitiveness, restructuring is going to stay high on the agenda of top executives, social organizations, governments and certainly management consultants

As a result of environmental pressures and changes, a new paradigm of the company has been emerging. The modern company must be flexible, highly customer­oriented. Such a business model requires a corresponding executive mind­set, organizational strategy, corporate culture, and operations achieving the following strategic shifts:

  • from vertical integration to value acquisition;
  • from seeing organizational size as an advantage to seeing flexibility as an advantage;
  • from focus on cost control to focus on generating shareholder value;
  • from focus on control of resources to focus on core competencies;
  • from managing how to managing what. All these and other fundamental shifts require a proper organizational framework to facilitate and support them.

Company transformation takes many forms and has many banners – turnarounds, revitalization, mergers and acquisitions, outsourcing, etc. – and covers a wide variety of changes. It could be the deliberate modification of formal relationships among organizational components, or redesign of work processes, or delayering and elimination of structural elements through outsourcing, spinning off, selling off, and divesting businesses. DMG will help you reach those goals successfully to add value to your organization.