Mckinsey And Company X Case Study

Studies have indicated that most of the organisation’s priority is to meet or exceed their business objectives. The success of executing any strategy is dependent on how effective the leadership is communicating the strategy, as well as the performance of the employees who contribute towards its implementation. Therefore it is desirable for the leaders of organisations to make sure that the strategy they are driving is aligned with the culture that they want to instil in the organization. This being said the leaders need to be aware of the culture that is being practiced in the organization to ensure that it is aligned with the objectives to be implemented and what they would like to achieve. Employees are the ones who will be implementing …show more content…
A description of company X is provided, and the context of their core business, as well as their guiding policies, as well as documented procedures for effective organizational cultural, is discussed. I found that the process is well documented, outlining clear direction and the outcomes the organization would like to achieve which on paper, Company X prescribes a strong organizational culture. I will be identifying the need for change, how to facilitate implementation and what could hinder the implementation …show more content…
Change management is the process whereby organization realizes the need to change or improve their business objectives or to align with the strategy that business has derived or crafted and take steps in driving that change in order that everyone in the organization is on the same page and understands the need for the change, be it culture, operations, systems or processes, all this needs to be communicated to all stakeholders.
Company X is an energy company, well known in Southern Africa for its automotive fuel service stations and convenience stores. This energy company has a presence in more than 20 countries in Africa with products being exported to more than 30 countries i.e. predominantly in Africa and the Indian Ocean Islands. (Company X, no date). The shareholding structure is a 20/80% where the majority shareholders of company X are international based with the local shareholders at minority

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