Tag Archives: Operating Model

Resilience Theory and Practice

Over the last decade Resilience theory for both individuals and organisations has emerged as a source of both theory and practice. This is certainly a time when these theories and practices are critically relevant. Bevington Group has been closely tracking developments in this space. The fifth webinar in the “Bevington Resilience” series is “Resilience Theory […]

Productivity for Cost and Capacity

The fourth webinar in the “Bevington Resilience” series is “Productivity improvement for cost and capacity”. This webinar provided an overview of the most commonly and successfully deployed productivity methods, and how to deploy them at speed. It addressed the objectives of unit cost reduction (for product and service), sustaining or improving quality, and capacity creation. […]

Restructuring for Cost and Capacity

The first two webinars of our “Bevington Resilience” series introduced the concept of a “Balanced Response” and then addressed the critical short-term actions that could be pursued (in order). In this webinar, we address the issues of how to restructure for both cost and capacity AND how not to destroy the business along the way. […]

Great for the Customer, Great for the Team, Great for the Stakeholder

In our first Change Network events of 2020, our panel of organisational leaders discussed how delivering something great for your customer can leave you stronger. The material presented by Roger can be viewed here. Many thanks to our panel members for sharing their insights and lessons learnt, and thanks to all those who joined us, and […]

Restructuring and Resilience: a presentation by Roger Perry

Our latest Change Network event on today’s leading restructuring practices and resilience in turbulent times was kicked off by our MD Roger Perry and Nicole Sadler from Phoenix Australia. The material presented by Roger can be viewed here. Thanks to all leaders for joining us and for sharing your valuable insights. The additional material presented by […]

Making the Most of a Restructure

  With anaemic growth, high competitive intensity, and deep uncertainty, organisational restructures seem to be the order of the day. Yet they are notoriously difficult to effectively conceptualise and execute.   However, if you are seriously considering restructuring, then it is essential to understand how to make the most of the risk being taken. This […]