Applying the DeepFinding-principle will give you a comprehensive decision-basis for your corporate management. That comprehensive decision-basis includes options for action. These are fully accepted by the employees and other relevant stakeholders because they were developed by themselves. In addition, people understand and feel that their ideas are valued and implemented in the strategic development.
DeepFinding provides an analysis and solution in one step. An overall perspective emerges which highlights what to do next.
The shortest route to the goal becomes visible.
The gain of perspectives is generated by repetitive evaluation times:
- Measurement of interventions and of the change that comes with them in an organization
- Taking the relevant market conditions and economic conditions into account
- Discovering the organizational culture and conducting market studies for the product development and market position. Making comparisons to competitors and optimizing sales teams.
- Project evaluations
The direct pathway to the aims of a company becomes clear through establishing the panorama view which integrates individual and group attitudes.
Companies gain a comprehensive basis for decision-making for corporate management. Since the options for actions are generated by the groups of people involved within and outside the company, they are accepted when they are implemented. By virtue of identifying and using their ideas in the overall strategic
development they feel heard and integrated.
The DeepFinding approach offers you a full analysis which already includes solutions for reaching the company’s goals. The emerging perspective indicates the most suitable and direct pathway to success.
By repeating the DeepFinding procedure at different evaluation times you can gain the following:
- You can measure the impact that a change such as an intervention had on your company and evaluate projects.
- You can include and identify the effect that changing market conditions have on your organization.
- You can develop market studies aiming for product development, product positioning, comparison to competitors optimizing sales teams and many more…