• Identify your Company Lifecycle Position
    and activate next stage growth, change and transformation

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    WHAT IS YOUR LIFECYCLE POSITION?

     

     

     

    WHY ASSESS YOUR COMPANY?

     

     

     

    HOW DO YOU MEASURE?

  • The Company Lifecycle Assessment
    analyses the current situation your company is facing and identifies
    the major areas for improvement (root cases of problems and opportunities).

     
     

    Three Steps

    1. Input personal access code (required).
       

    2. Answer 70 questions in less than 10 minutes.
       

    3. Schedule your 30 min one-to-one Company Lifecycle
      assessment debrief.

    Results Debrief with Your Prof

    • Learn the different CL stages.

    • Understand your CL position and what's next.

    • Start prioritising problems and actioning improvements.

    • Learn ways to improve your CL position.

    • Plan next steps.


  • The current situation of your Company Lifecycle stage reflects
    your leadership management capacity/capability

     

    Leading an organization through lifecycle transitions is not easy. Fundamental changes in leadership and management are required at all stages. Leaders who fail to understand what is needed (and not needed) can 

    block the development of their company. Fortunately you have a guide to do this - Company Lifecycle.
     

    This electronic based assessment is a very ‘light’ version of an intensive 'Diagnostic Workshop'. The 'Diagnostic Workshop' is a 2 to 3 day comprehensive, in-depth team based experience that takes place in you organisation, 

    with your team and real problems. 

     

    It analyses the current situation your company is facing and identifies the major areas for improvement (root cases of problems and opportunities). It gives leadership and management teams an opportunity to work together to prioritise and solve problems, allowing them to move to the next stage of the Lifecycle.
     

    Both the light assessment and intensive workshop identify a company’s position on the lifecycle, i.e. “growing”, age appropriate problems and “ageing”, abnormal problems which may threaten your company’s survival.