In today’s business environment, often times, an organization is structured in a way that each of its different parts (departments, business unit, etc.) operates, almost exclusively, as if an independent entity. Each part manage its own “bottom lone, its own strategic and tactical plans, its own budget, and its own measurement of success. As a result, many departments do not take into account their impact on the other parts of the organization as a whole. No wonder it’s so common to find parts of an organization in conflict with others and improvement projects that rarely achieve their intended benefits. The organization becomes disenchanted with empowering their people and spending significant amounts of financial resources teaching their employees conflict resolution – with seemingly little impact!
With Ashman Consulting, we focus on the goals of the organization, the department as well as the individual’s goals. This can make all the difference between surviving and thriving on what can be a very challenging economy. With proper planning and implementation you will see new work behavior patterns along with a refreshed positive attitude that is clearly reflected by the performance of your company.
"Without changing our patterns of thought, we will not be able to solve the problems that we created with our current patterns of thought."
- Albert Einstein