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A significant improvement in performance through internal alignment and teamwork
An improvement in the alignment and performance across various internal teams and business units is often a key challenge of modern management. This is often a hard reality in the construction sector, where there has traditionally been a lack of common organisational practices, an end-to-end value chain approach and competing management priorities. This also affects job satisfaction as people prefer to work in a connected environment with common goals and cross-organisational teams/interaction. This does not affect the autonomy of different business units, but rather improve different business units' ability to work together in a much more responsive and effective manner.
A further reality is that the environment in which construction organisations operate requires an increasingly high level of responsiveness and internal collaboration. Organisations that do not have the internal alignment to cater to this tend to be stuck in an endless firefighting cycle. Therefore, the management team loses the capacity to spend time on value-adding activities, and organisations often end up with a firefighting culture with high staff turnover levels.
The Lumus solution-set is a structured and world-class leading approach to improve alignment and performance across various internal business units and teams.
It is ideal in the following situations:
Where there is a need to work towards a common end-to-end effective business process across various teams;
Where organisations wish to reduce the amount of destructive and unnecessary firefighting;
Where there is an internal value to attract and retain better people, and
Where organisations understand that they have to ideally improve their internal alignment and performance to become the partner of choice to clients and other partner organisations in a modern construction environment.
The following entails the key value proposition to individual organisations:
A significant and sustainable improvement in profitability through an improvement in competitiveness (revenue) and an improvement in cost (margin). Based on local and international experience, organisations can typically gain a productivity improvement in excess of 20%, which has a significant impact on cost and its impact to do more work with the same resources;
An improvement in the ability to attract and retain excellent people through improved collaboration and a more stable work environment;
A more responsive organisation;
An improvement in delivery reliability and;
A significant improvement to compete for more work THE partner of choice.