Transformation one step at a time
Practical advice on implementing continuous transformation
“Even the most successful companies and governments must constantly reinvent themselves – or run the risk of slipping into a spiral of declining performance and stagnation. Continuous transformation is the only way to create lasting value for shareholders, or in the case of the public sector, for citizens.”
Companies and governments that want to achieve and sustain high performance must continually reinvent and transform themselves. That process of transformation – by definition – involves significant and widespread change. But it doesn’t have to be done all at once. An all-or-nothing approach is unnecessarily risky, and is more likely to collapse under its own weight. It can also be a huge distraction for the business – forcing leaders to take their eye off the ball – thereby making things worse instead of better. The most successful transformations are completed one step at a time, with each step building on the steps success that precededs it. The result? A steady stream of improvements that will help you achieve your transformation goals in less time, for less money and with greatly reduced risk.
Transforming an organization is a complex process and it’s easy for things to veer off course. To avoid problems, it helps to have an experienced guide who knows the ropes. At Deloitte, we’ve helped some of the world’s most successful companies dramatically transform their operations and performance. We are the only global firm with a full range of capabilities in audit, tax, consulting and financial advisory services – a unique combination that enables us to tackle our clients’ toughest, most complex problems.
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About the booklet
Transformation one step at a time presents thoughtful insights and practical advice for any organization undertaking a transformational journey. It draws on Deloitte’s experience in helping countless organizations transform themselves. While it is not a general prescription, it does provide a useful starting point for any company or public sector organization embarking on the road to transformation.