Posted — Wednesday 07.01.2021

2021 is here! And while we knew that little would change for the UK and world at large as the clock struck midnight, this year is already proving a difficult one for many businesses as we face a new national lockdown in the UK and increasing COVID cases. 

A new year often signals a new start for many of us. It seems that instead, 2021 is initially going to be about taking what we’ve learnt from 2020 and taking things day by day. 

For businesses, another lockdown that may stretch out for months isn’t a welcome prospect, but fortunately, measures have been announced that detail the latest relief package for some businesses that continue to be impacted by COVID.

Relief Measures for Impacted Sectors: Retail, Hospitality, and Leisure

Retail, hospitality and leisure sectors will be given one-off grants worth up to £9,000 to keep them afloat to the spring, helping those that have been hit the hardest by lockdowns to retain jobs and keep their doors open. 

Supporting Businesses in Other Sectors: £595 Million Relief for Local Councils

For others, it has been announced that £595 million will be made available to local councils to support businesses that are facing challenges due to COVID but don’t qualify for the grants. This is good news for businesses in other sectors, and will be a much needed boost over the coming months. 

The Importance of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is also in place for the coming weeks to keep people in jobs and reduce the need for redundancies.

 This will be up and running until April 2021, and while this seems like a long time, at present this only gives businesses a few months before tough decisions may need to be made – more so now than last year for the long term future of your business. Ultimately, businesses can’t continue to rely on the furlough scheme. That’s why it’s even more important that your organisation is fit for the future. 

Preparing for the Future: Taking Stock and Reflecting

While lockdown will be in effect in England until at least mid-February, the start of the year is still a good time to take stock, reflect on the year gone by and the months ahead. 

If your business has stalled in recent months, or you believe it will due to lockdown, consider what you learnt in 2020 and how you can improve on things to ensure your business can go up a gear – either during or after lockdown. 

Success in business has always been about who can adapt, so those that have been agile to reflect ongoing changes have fared well so far. A good place to start is assessing your business’ purpose and organisational design. Is it fit for the months and years ahead?

We know that COVID is no longer a sprint, but a marathon and with that comes the need for long term planning and a great deal of flexibility – from where and how you operate to the needs of your staff, who may be working remotely or even furloughed. 

Take advantage of what is likely to be a quiet winter for many to pause, take stock and rethink your business so that you’re in a strong position to plan for the future. 

While few of us expected to be in lockdown almost a year on from the first, we have the benefit of months and months of hindsight to aid us as we move forward. Unprecedented times have quickly become the everyday, and whether 2020 was a year of survival or one that enabled your business to flourish, take the opportunity of a new start to reinvigorate your organisation and your people.

Find out more about COVID business support here.

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Posted — Wednesday 21.12.2020

2020 is drawing to a close, and Christmas is upon us. Now’s the best time to look ahead to early 2021, and we’ve got just the thing to help you jump into the new year with a renewed sense of purpose! 

Our free webinar, ‘Need for speed – Time to transform your business’ is taking place on January 7th 2021 and will give attendees – from managing directors and senior leaders to operational heads – the opportunity to gain insights into why speed is crucial for organisations wanting to implement changes now to have a strong 2021 following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Whether you’ve had a difficult 2020 and want to have a stronger year ahead, or you’re looking for new insights into how you can rejuvenate your organisation, we’re going to be sharing our expert advice in January so you can make 2021 the best yet. 

If you’re taking stock in the lead up to Christmas and the New Year, take some time to reflect on where your business is now and what you want to achieve in the year ahead. Designing your business for the future will not only ensure your survival, but guarantee you to thrive.

Optimise organisational design

This year more than ever, we’ve learnt that life and business can be unpredictable and being flexible and adaptable is key for survival. Changing your business’ strategy to reflect your goals is, in a nutshell, organisational design – adapting an organisation’s structure with core objectives to improve efficiency and effectiveness. 

Organisational design can be a great tool to help you make the most of the resources you have at your disposal to build new and better processes that bring you closer to your goals. Those goals have likely shifted since January 2020, so it’s important that your business is built to drive you towards those objectives for the year ahead, rather than around existing people and processes that your business has outgrown.

In 2021, organisational design needs to be undertaken sooner rather than later as very little can be predicted or anticipated in current times, so businesses need to be ready for anything.

If you’re in a quiet period in the run up to the new year, take the opportunity to reflect on your current environment and plan how you’re going to transition from old structures to new. Your business will be better placed to handle whatever the pandemic throws your way.

Fine-tune your purpose

Redefining your values, vision, mission and purpose will help you to reinvigorate your business and people for the year ahead. Having a shared understanding across your organisation is crucial, and it should be effective irregardless of where your staff are. 

You can ask yourself:

  • What are our reasons for purpose?
  • How will we communicate our purpose to staff and customers?
  • Do we need to redesign our work and how will we do this?
  • What is the end output? 

Now is an excellent time to reflect, and if you’re feeling confident that you’re able to steer your culture forward, our webinar will help you better implement any changes that you feel need to be made to improve your business for your teams and clients.

Seek inspiration from others

Businesses across the UK and beyond have taken different approaches to the new way of working in 2020. In Germany, employees enjoyed “Feierabend”, the concept of switching off at the end of the working day. In a modern, dynamic workplace where everyone can be connected at all times, this is a relatively new and forward thinking concept that encourages employees to switch off and ‘play hard’ at the end of the working day to encourage a full 11 hour rest period between finishing and starting work. 

Some businesses have adopted a digital detox approach, restricting email access for employees out of business hours to enable them to relax and fully switch off. In the UK, many of us feel the need to continue working into the evening – and even on weekends or during holidays! During the Christmas break, it might be important to give your people time off to enjoy a well-deserved rest. By the time January comes around, they’ll hopefully be relaxed and ready to take on a new year! But only by taking this ‘switching off’ approach will that be achieved.

It’s important when designing your future that you consider how you’re going to encourage your employees to switch off in the long term, not just over Christmas.

To find out more about how you can rejuvenate your organisation, join us on Thursday 7th January 2021 for ‘Need for speed – Time to transform your business’. Register here today.

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Posted — Wednesday 17.12.2020

Everyone knows that 2020 has been an extremely surprising and challenging year for many of us. What we didn’t expect, after years of businesses resisting change such as working from home, encouraging a work/life balance or embracing digital transformation is that many organisations have already implemented these hugely transformative ways of working into their daily working life.

Success in business has always been about adaptation – and it has never been more important. Workplaces that were able to be flexible with their employees, services and clients have reaped the benefits, from retaining a strong customer base to growing their business. 

This has been in response to the almost overnight transformation of the business landscape, with online services dominating, day to day work routines becoming unrecognisable, and remote working, cloud computing, video conferencing having come on leaps and bounds. 

2020 has taught every business leader that making quick decisions and creating a more agile, flexible workplace is a must in order to be a future-ready organisation. Mostly, this has been a case of adapting in response to a problem. The trick for 2021 must be to adapt proactively.

Firefighting was essential this past year, but as we look ahead to the new year, you’ll need to focus on the future by anticipating change and adapting to put your business in the best possible position to succeed. When the last restrictions eventually lift, which we do hope will be by the end of 2021, your organisation is likely to be a very different place when compared with the start of 2020, so now is the time to actively assess what changes need to be made so you can thrive in the future.

Hopefully, that new world will soon be upon us but it’s a mistake to think that you’ll be able to succeed post-pandemic by operating in the same way as you used. The way we live and the way we work will be very different going forward. As a result, you need to be brave enough to move on from old ways of working to ensure you aren’t simply propping up old systems that are no longer suitable.

Although the future has never been more uncertain, pushing forward with confidence so that you can redefine and reimagine your business is going to be the best and most effective approach to take so that you can lead the way into the new world.

2021 will be a year with new opportunities ready to be explored. This quiet winter will offer you a great chance to pause, take stock, rethink your business and create a new plan for a future no one could have predicted a year ago.

After a challenging year in 2020, we all have a once in a generation opportunity to do things differently. Now let’s make the most of it.

Join Our Free Webinar for Business Transformation

If you’re looking ahead to 2021 and want to ensure your business thrives, register here today to join us for ‘Need for speed – Time to transform your business’ – a free webinar designed to help you rediscover your purpose and rejuvenate your organisation.

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Posted — Wednesday 10.12.2020

Rediscover it for 2021 with our ‘need for speed’ webinar

2020 has been a difficult year for many of us, but a new year is approaching – and we’re to help leaders who want to adapt their business at speed for the road ahead.

As a business that specialises in helping organisations and their people to adapt to challenging times, we’ve assessed not only how businesses can make changes for the long term, but how they can enter the new year with a renewed sense of purpose. 

We’re hosting a free webinar to help you do just that! Taking place on January 7th 2021, ‘Need for speed – Time to transform your business’ will give attendees – from managing directors and senior leaders to operational heads – the opportunity to gain insights into why speed is crucial for organisations wanting to implement changes now to have a strong 2021 following the COVID-19 pandemic.

The free online session will cover a number of topics around the theme of post-pandemic business reinvention and rejuvenation, including the principles of organisation design, how those in the driving seat can manage differently and how you can fine tune your business’ purpose.

‘Need for speed – Time to transform your business’ will be delivered by head of organisational design & development, Michelle Johnson. 

Michelle said: “The beginning of a new year is always a great time to take stock of the year gone by and a chance to look ahead to 12 new months, and never has it felt more important to do so! 

“2020 has been a hugely challenging and transformational year for many businesses, so our webinar will be a fantastic opportunity for leaders to gain some insight into how they can adapt at speed to meet the changing needs of their clients and employees. 

“We’ve just come out of second lockdown and face an uncertain road ahead, so we hope that attendees will go away with a renewed sense of purpose and ideas for how they can move forward positively into 2021 and rejuvenate their culture and business after a hard year.”

The free event is taking place on Thursday 7th January. Register here today to join us for ‘Need for speed – Time to transform your business’.

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Posted — Wednesday 03.12.2020

They say it’s lonely at the top, but the COVID-19 made this sense of isolation even more tangible for company leaders who’re having to steer their organisations through difficult choices, challenging conditions and toward an uncertain future.

The most important thing to remember though is that you are by no means the only one in this position.

Nine months on from the UK’s first national lockdown in March, there’s still plenty of confusion and uncertainty around what the future holds and the pandemic has had a huge impact on every part of society, transforming our professional and personal lives completely.

Independent businesses, SMEs and large corporations alike have had to make significant adjustments to how they work this year, with the pandemic having clearly shone the importance of adapting to survive and moving on from practices that no longer have value.

We’ve helped a number of clients throughout the pandemic as they’ve made crucial business decisions to secure their future, and adapt to what is a confusing time. Many people – from workers to CEOs – are understandably concerned about their job security and the future of their business. But know that we’re all in the same boat, and you’re not alone. 

Overcoming isolation

Being a business leader or entrepreneur can be a lonely journey, but at the moment it might feel even more isolating for those who need to drive change in their organisation to get to the other side of the pandemic. 

If you’re a business leader, you might feel as though you can’t talk to anyone about how you’re feeling or the decisions you need to make. But whether it’s a friend or a professional adviser, talking about your business worries and seeking support can be a great way to feel less alone on your journey. Having a fresh perspective can also be a useful way to address a challenge in a new way too, helping you to make important decisions that will drive your business forward. 

On the other hand, helping someone else can also benefit you. If you’ve overcome some difficulties this year and feel more positive and confident, offering advice to someone else who might be where you were a few months ago will help to overcome feelings of isolation and be of benefit to both of you.

Helping business leaders who need an independent, trusted expert to speak to, we’ve launched a confidential clinic to support SMEs and independent businesses as they navigate the coming months.

Businesses can access free advice as they grapple with the new normal. The 30 minute sessions are held over Microsoft Teams, enabling business leaders to chat in confidence with us while working remotely.

Our head of organisational design & development, Michelle Johnson, will facilitate the sessions to discuss any issues you’re facing as you adapt your business to a new way of working. 

Remember, you don’t have to do it all alone!

Financial support 

Throughout the pandemic, one of the biggest worries has been centered around cash flow. For many businesses, clients and contracts have been lost over the past month as everyone cuts costs. This has been devastating for businesses of all sizes and across many industries, but fortunately, financial assistance from the government is still available – and will continue throughout the winter months.

Whether you’ve already received funding or are beginning to feel that you need additional support for your business, now is the time to assess your cash flow and forecast for the months ahead. This will help you determine where costs can be reduced and whether you need funding to see you through the winter. 

We can help you identify the support that’s right for you, so that your business’ future is secure.

Make changes for the future

By now, your business has likely adapted in many ways to COVID-19. This might include your staff working from home, organisational restructuring and even a shift in the services you offer. 

If your business is still operating on the basis of decisions made back in the spring and summer, now’s the time to reassess what has worked, what hasn’t worked and what changes you can make now to ease any stress you’re feeling about the future of your business. Being proactive now rather than reactive later will be hugely beneficial for your people, your clients and your organisation as a whole.

Now we’re coming to the end of 2020, many businesses – in your local area or in the same sector – may have implemented long term strategies that are built around the new ways of working, focusing on thriving beyond the pandemic rather than simply firefighting through it. Many leaders are still in this position for a number of reasons, but now isn’t the time to take a back seat or bury your head in the sand: It’s time to be proactive. Seek inspiration from organisations like this, and take the time to assess your own to see what opportunities there are for change and restructuring. Preparing now will help you to emerge from the pandemic with a business that is more resilient than ever. 

Learn as you lead

As a business leader, you have probably learned a lot in 2020. Managing a flexible team while handling an ongoing crisis that may have resulted in personal and professional losses will have seen you working in new ways, and dealing with situations you may never have expected to find yourself in. 

It’s tough running a business even during ‘normal’ times, so the pressure that COVID-19 has created for leaders and teams across the UK – and the world – has been the defining challenge in recent times. So if you’ve made it this far and learnt as you lead along the way, you can implement the lessons into your management style as you move forward. 

Find the positives in what has been a difficult year and congratulate yourself and your team for the work that has been done in 2020. While there are obstacles ahead, you’re more equipped now to handle them than you ever have been before. You’re not alone in worrying about the future of your business, but there’s still time to ensure that that future is a bright one – for you, your clients and your staff.

If you’d like to arrange a free 30 minute business consultation to discuss any business challenges you’re currently facing, email

Please note, sessions are limited to one per business and are available until 31st March 2021.

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Posted — Wednesday 26.11.2020

Tax and payroll can be complicated areas of finance for many organisations, particularly for those that hire contractors and self-employed workers. New tax reforms are coming in for many people who fall into this category of worker, and businesses with contractors at their heart are set to be impacted.

A flexible workforce is a huge benefit to many organisations, enabling them to deliver their services at more competitive prices. But IR35 reforms, the UK’s anti-avoidance tax legislation for contractors, is set to change how businesses manage their contractors moving forward. 

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, HMRC is still planning to introduce these changes from 6th April 2021. From then, businesses will be responsible for determining the employment status of their contractors, and must inform HMRC about whether individuals can be classified as employees.

Businesses that do have a largely flexible workforce may find that complying with IR35 is going to be a significant challenge as there will be a lot of information that needs to be processed and managed to determine the employee status of each contractor. Having a clear understanding of the changes, how it impacts an organisation and having a clear audit trail for HMRC throughout this process is going to be critical.

Simplifying a complicated process

Understanding IR35: The Importance of a Clear Audit Process

A clear audit process is crucial in preparing your business for the IR35 reform. It ensures that you and your finance teams comprehend the new responsibilities and how they might impact your workforce structures.

Navigating IR35 with PCW’s Support and Advice

At PCW, we offer businesses the support and advice needed to navigate IR35, ensuring business continuity and reducing potential liabilities that may arise from non-compliance.

Conducting a Comprehensive Review

We can work with you to conduct a thorough review of all staff and contractors within your business, identifying those affected by the new rules. We’ll also assess existing contracts to determine the best course of action regarding your relationship with contractors.

Considering the True Cost of IR35

As many contractors may fall under the scope of IR35, it’s essential to evaluate its true cost to your business, including the additional payroll burden. We can assist you with a comprehensive cost review.

Timing is Critical: Assessing Before the Changes

With the deadline approaching, undertaking assessments before the IR35 rules change is crucial. Misclassifying contractors as employees could lead to formal redundancy procedures, which are time-consuming and expensive. We can also help you terminate work contracts in accordance with current legislation to avoid potential litigation.

Fair Assessment for the Truly Self-Employed

Fair and individual assessment is paramount to protect the truly self-employed. Some large employers have taken a blanket approach to include all contractors under IR35, leading to unfair inclusion of employees within its scope. Internal consequences may arise, such as conflicts with key staff members and potential litigation.

Recruitment Considerations: Clear Communication

When hiring new workers, businesses should clearly communicate whether the role is for a contracted period by a self-employed individual or a more permanent internal role as a consultant or contractor.

Establishing Clear and Effective Processes

Our team can help you establish transparent and effective processes to ensure compliance and avoid potential liabilities. We also ensure that contractors working with you are fully aware of how the changes might impact them.

Starting Early for a Smooth Transition

As the IR35 reforms approach, there’s much work to be done. Starting early will help your organization and workers smoothly adapt to the changes by the April deadline.

Contact Us for Support Through and Beyond the IR35 Process

Contact our team today to find out how we can help you through the process and beyond.

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Posted — Wednesday 19.11.2020

Face to face team meetings and office-based working has all but disappeared in 2020 and it probably feels like it’s been a long time since your team has been together in the same room.

With almost no real chance to wave the office – and our teams – goodbye back in March, it’s been very easy to allow teams to become a little more disconnected than they were eight months ago.

Hopefully, most of your staff have adjusted to working from home by now and are better equipped to working at home, with all the necessary resources they need and a more settled routine. However, a new desk, chair or second screen for the home office will have done little to overcome the distance between you and your team members.

Back in the spring, there was a hope that COVID-19 would be fleeting and we’d all be back to normal by summer – and that included being back in the office. Now, summer has been and gone and we’re all still at home and it’s likely to stay that way for many more months. As a result, working from home fatigue may have set in, especially as the initial novelty has worn off and a long winter looms ahead. 

As we face working from home for at least another six months, department heads and team leaders need to be able to keep everyone feeling like they’re still part of a team, working together towards common goals and a sense that a workplace culture still exists. 

While the pandemic has completely reshaped how our teams work together, there are still ways that you can keep your people connected and engaged while working from home remains the new normal for the months ahead.

Help people feel like they belong

Morning catch ups, coffee runs and after work get togethers are a thing of the past – and it’s these everyday routines that glued us together and created a sense of camaraderie.  

Now, team socialising is much more planned and structured around virtual meetings rather than spontaneous chat about what’s on TV or in the news. A tea round is for one at home, and catch ups over Zoom have probably slipped, causing people to drift away from their colleagues. Ultimately, your staff will feel like they don’t belong to a team in the traditional sense, so it’s important to help them feel that they are even while they’re apart.

Maintaining a sense of culture and socialising, whether it be a cup of tea together every morning over Zoom, a Friday evening quiz or sending out care packages to each member of the team will maintain strong relationships and connectedness to each other and the business. As work-life balance blurs, creating firm boundaries to prevent late-night email exchanges or to create space for socialising will give your team a much needed breather and chance to catch up with one another. 

Empower your people

If everyone feels like they have a voice and will be heard in an organisation, they’ll feel more engaged. Your staff should feel like they’re leaders in their own right – it might not be hierarchical or include additional responsibilities, but instead it means that they feel like they can innovate and help play a part in pushing the business forward.

Bring people together for remote brainstorming sessions for new client work or business plans, inviting them to share ideas to the table or asking them to organise a virtual get together will help them feel like they’re driving things forward in the workplace.

Set realistic goals and targets so that everyone has something to work towards, whether it be professional development targets or in line with business goals. 

Empowering everyone to take control of their working day while contributing to the businesses’ wider purpose will ensure nobody is left behind or feels disconnected from their role. 

Bolster your internal communication

Internal communication channels are essential for businesses of all sizes, particularly for those with multiple teams or departments. Everyone needs to be on the same page about everything from new policy and best practice to exciting new updates. 

Perhaps you haven’t given much thought to internal communications in the past, but now that we’re not all in one work space, now might be the time. 

Consider how you communicate with your people – is it via your internal communications team through social media updates, newsletters or the intranet? Have you shared a company-wide update recently? What are the main things that people need to know right now and how can you best share this message? Work with marketeers or keep it simple. As long as you’re updating your staff with clear, consistent communication, they will feel more unified and engaged. 

As the year draws to a close, consider sharing a warm Christmas message with your people, or a rejuvenating New Year’s message in January. People now, more than ever, need support and words of encouragement as we push forward.

Finally, ask the team for their ideas

If you’re still wondering how your team can become better connected and engaged, the best approach is to ask them. One to one meetings can be invaluable ways to get updates from your staff, giving them the opportunity to speak openly about any challenges they’re facing or ways the work environment can be improved for them. 

A lot has changed since March, so don’t assume that everyone still has the same outlook now as they did then. Maybe people want more virtual get togethers or feel that communication could be improved between teams – you’ve hired your people because they’re creative and innovative, so make the most of that! 

Ask people individually, send a group email round or even ask for anonymous submissions from people about ways that they think they can grow together as a team. Choose the best ideas and begin to implement them, and notice just how quickly attitudes shift and people become more involved and ready for the challenges ahead.

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Posted — Wednesday 12.11.2020

For many businesses, the past few months have been all about getting by and taking it one day at a time. The COVID-19 crisis has resulted in almost daily change for most organisations, so the need to act swiftly and ‘firefight’ has been the priority in an attempt to stay afloat. However now is the time to be proactive, rather than reactive.

This can be a difficult shift to make while many things might feel uncertain, but taking the time to plan ahead and assess current processes is a great way to prepare your business for the long term – no matter what comes your way. Going from a ‘surviving’ mindset to a ‘thriving’ mindset can help you step back and consider where you want to take your business, how you’re going to get there, and what the outcome will be – whether it’s a more efficient and effective workforce or winning new clients. 

How will you bring your business back to life?

A post-COVID world might feel far away, but already we’re seeing how businesses are adapting their structures and processes to prepare for the long run. Your organisation is likely to be a very different place, when compared with the start of 2020, with new objectives and ways of working, so now is the time to actively assess what changes need to be made so you can thrive in the future. 

There are a number of approaches to adopt. You’ll need resilience and resolve to push forward with any new ideas you have. You can no longer build structures around old ways of working, so it might feel worrying to implement something new and innovative in your business. Moving forward with determination will not only give you the confidence you need to thrive, but it’ll give your people and clients the knowledge that any changes you make have your full backing.

Reimagining what your business can be, it’s purpose and its culture so it’s fit for a post-COVID world – particularly in a time when home working is encouraged –  will help you deliver the services and support that your clients need. Reforming old structures that no longer serve you will also help to streamline and strengthen your offering, ensuring that you move forward with the most efficient and effective ways of doing things.

Recover, rebuild, rethink

In a volatile world, it’s more important than ever to do the groundwork that will take your business to the next level. It’s a time of reflection, particularly during lockdown, giving us all space to consider how we can do things differently. This really is a once in a generation opportunity. 

Prioritising Revenue Recovery

Recovering revenue is a high priority for many businesses at the moment. If things have been quiet over the past few months, or you’re seeing a steady incline as people adapt to a new way of living and working, now is the time to focus on maximising your people and profit so your business is as future-proof as possible. 

Identifying areas of opportunity in your market, diversifying your offering to better suit a post-COVID world, upskilling your teams such as sales and customer services, and adapting your forecasts with the changing times will help you to build back your client base and maximise profits. 

Rebuilding Operations for Flexibility

Over the past few months, it may have become apparent that some processes work better than others, while some have come out as surprising wins. Rebuilding your operations around what has worked and what hasn’t during the pandemic will ensure your business is flexible and has adapted to the times. It’s likely that the ways we’re working now will be with us for the foreseeable future so stopping operations that haven’t proven efficient and implementing new ways of working will help you build back better. 

Putting People First: The Key to Success

COVID-19 has proven once again that people want to work for and buy from organisations that put people first. Whether this be genuine workplace practices that foster inclusivity and put their people before profit, or showing support for local communities that need it most, people are making active choices about where they spend their money and time based on the purpose and culture of a business. 

The Power of Organisational Design

Organisational design can be a powerful tool to help you make the most of the resources you have in order to build new and better processes that bring you closer to your goals. Those goals have likely shifted since January 2020, so it’s important that your business is built to drive you towards those objectives rather than around existing people and processes that may no longer serve you.

Gone are the days where we can take months to implement change. Now, organisational design needs to be undertaken sooner rather than later because very little can be predicted or anticipated in advance so you must be ready for anything.

Reflection and Planning for Resilience

If you’re in a quiet period now, take the opportunity to reflect on your current environment, how effective your current processes are operating, test new structures and plan how you’re going to transition from old structures to new. Your business will be better placed to handle whatever the pandemic throws your way.

Join us on November 26th for our free online webinar with Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce, ‘ChamberConnect: From Surviving to Thriving – a once in a generation opportunity’. Find out more HERE.  

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