Successful assimilation of the synergy process requires correct planning, diagnosis and implementation. It’s important to allocate a sustainable budget and sufficient time for the process. As a demonstration of commitment and sacrifice, slot in time for synergy activities in your work routine. If the synergy process doesn’t achieve its target, repeat the process.
As a senior manager, diagnosing early symptoms of an “organizational illness” is a must-have skill. Organizations are vulnerable to sickness during change processes, such as mergers and acquisitions, assimilation of new technology, procedure or culture, improvement of customer service, and change of leadership. You must consider organizational resources and objectives when troubleshooting problems.
Assimilating the language of synergy is an important process that requires managerial commitment. It’s necessary in situations in which change processes occur. For example, mergers and acquisitions, adoption and adaptation to new technology, procedure or culture, changes in leadership, improvement of customer service experience, etc. Therefore, change management is a must-have skill for a senior manager.
There are necessary conditions for synergy to occur, but diversity is a precondition; a default. For synergy to occur to a degree that can enable your organization to achieve peak engagement, profitability and profit, some conditions must be met. Let’s find out about them.