The 7SC Business Advancement Model is a flexible and dynamic model in which our consultants mould and customize to serve our clients’ needs that help them attain their strategic business aspirations.
Similar to the inspired by the “Management By Walking” well-known motif developed by Tom Peters authored in his “In search of Excellence” the model is instrumental for achievement of the strategic vision of our clients’ businesses as it assesses, monitors changes in the internal situation of the company to ensure it performs well and assures that its systems and crucial elements align soundly to fortify the maximum utilisation of available resources and present the lead measures for strategic success.
The cycle is a simplified but effective process in which external qualitative market insights combined with available business data and information gathered from stakeholders are creatively spearheaded and presented as exclusive and targeted market strategies that help companies discover untapped opportunities for growth in the market by connecting unseen market needs with the company’s current niche, potential capacity and strategic vision.
It’s never been more important to protect your business from the unexpected. Whether this is from power cuts, IT system or equipment failure, industrial action, or natural disaster, you need to make sure your business is not vulnerable to disruption and you can recover as quickly as possible.
Statistics indicate that 80% of organisations that are faced with a significant business discontinuity, and do not have in place adequate and appropriate plans to ensure business continuity, do not survive the event. Don’t let this happen to you.
Succession planning is a process for identifying and developing new leaders who can replace old leaders when they leave, retire or die. Succession planning increases the availability of experienced and capable employees that are prepared to assume these roles as they become available.
If you’re running a family business, the process of succession planning will give family members an opportunity to express their needs and concerns. Giving them that voice will also help create a sense of responsibility throughout the organization, which is critical for successful succession planning