Today, in a world with heightened uncertainty and a business environment constantly in flux, a key determinant to whether organizations will survive, fail or outperform their competition, is effective leadership and an organization's ability to capitalize on intellectual assets – their employees.  Exemplary organizations are teaching organizations that develop and empower leaders at all levels.  Exceptional leaders mobilize others and create environments and a corporate culture where people turn challenging situations into extraordinary successes.
Under a powerful and often invisible control, corporate culture affects the way organizational members think and feel.  Members' performance, adaptability, development and commitment are a reflection of it, and an organization's competitiveness depends on it.  Consider whether your organization promotes behavior consistent with your business needs and member relations. Perhaps an organizational assessment is in order.

Organizational Analysis, Strategic Planning + Leadership Development:

* Cultural Assessments
    -  Core Values
    -  Mission + Vision
    -  Prototypical Cultures
    -  Artifacts, Espoused Beliefs, Basic Underlying Assumptions
    -  Intercultural Dimensions
    -  Cultural Implications

* Situational Assessments
    -  Competitive Analysis
    -  Q-100 Analysis
    -  SWOT Analysis
    -  Confrontation Matrix
    -  Environmental Implications

* GAP Analysis [Current State vs. Envisioned State]
    -  Key Performance Evaluators
    -  Steps for Transformational Change
    -  360° of Leadership

"You are not here merely to make a living. You are here in order to enable the world
to live more amply,
with greater vision,
with a finer spirit of hope and achievement.
You are here to enrich the world,
and you impoverish yourself
if you forget the errand." 

- Woodrow Wilson