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A Target Operating Model (TOM) very often forms the bridge between a strategic direction set by leadership and a roadmap of change initiatives to establish new business activities, services, behaviours and outcomes.
We help our clients solve some of their toughest strategic problems through our structured and robust approach to strategy development whilst also having the practical delivery experience to know how to successfully implement the associated changes to ways of working.
The result is a well thought-through operating model, aligned to your business strategy that you can be confident will be deliverable and successful in the ‘real world’.
Creating a target operating model represents a disciplined approach to really thinking through how you are going to drive strategic change across your business. It is essential that all aspects of your operation are aligned and work in concert. Developing a Target Operating Model is however challenging, as it involves a cross functional, cross business programme that has to be driven from the very top of the organisation.
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