Organization Performance Specialists, provide their clients with a complete offering of customized services to meet their key organizational needs, their budget, and to create solutions for sustainable change. Unlike any other service provider, we see ourselves as specialists that apply and implement practical solutions for immediate ROI, Cash, and Profit impact. By using the proven Meta-Dia Pyramid Principle ™, we achieve alignment and integration of the success drivers of the organization: it's Vision, Strategy, Objectives; it's Organization Design, Skills & Leadership; its key Business Processes; and its required Cultural Drivers. This process not only provides a break-through improvement of the overall effectiveness of the organization, but unleashes a synergy unseen before. As part of us being the provider of a total organization and human resource solution for our customer, we provide the following service offerings and deliverables:

Meta Dia Pyramid
Principle ™

Creating Systemic Solutions for Sustainable Change

Integrating and Aligning Core Elements for Synergy

Ensuring Objectives, Strategy, and Vision are Aligned

Develop Cross Functional Organization Structure to Support Strategic Requirements through

  • Talent Acquisition, Talent Retention, Talent Transition
  • Career Outplacement & Transition
  • Leadership & Team Development

Identify & Implement Key Business Processes (Make or Break)

  • Lean, Kaizen, TPS, Value Mapping, Shingo, QOS

Identify & Implement Cultural Drivers Necessary for Motivating Desired Behaviors

  • Code of Conduct; Value Systems; Recognition
  • Team Based Participative Style
  • Cusomer Centricity
  • Quality Drivers, External & Internal

contact us: 978-618-4145
toll free: 877-OPS-9250
P.O. Box 370
Newburyport, MA 01950

"Is There a Silver Lining in the Great Recession?"

Prepared by: Gordon Woodfall, CEO & Founder

So many organizations have felt the implications of the Great Recession, whether small or large. To align their shrinking revenue streams with costs, most restructurings included the typical "downsizing" of direct labor and overhead. Through out the United States, especially in New England, much of the direct labor has already been shipped to low cost regions, and the remaining infrastructures are comprised of the indirect areas, so often viewed as the area of "non-value" in the eyes of the customer.

Organizations that dealt with this restructuring and downsizing as a strategic organization initiative, most likely thought through the implications of the reduction of the workforce, looked beyond the current critical issues, and leveraged this as a Silver Lining in the cloud of darkness to re-position itself for the long term.

For those organizations who merely reacted as they were in the "survival mode" most likely did not or has not looked at this as a strategic initiative. The question: "Is it too late"?

Although most organizations are still in a panic mode, waiting for the so called recovery, so they can get back to the previous Status Quo State....will have a very long wait. The economy has done things this cycle that we have not seen before, since the Great Depression. So an organization has two choices:

Take a Wait and See and Hope or... Seize the Day, and Reposition Itself by Creating Sustainable Change within the Organization.

The energy that is created by change is existing within the restructured organization. So how does one harness this energy and redirect it to positive outcomes?

Creating sustainable change within an organization, no matter if in service, healthcare, financial services, non-profit, or manufacturing require the same fundamental approach.

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