Institutionalisation process elements operate unknowingly in organisations during the growth journey. These elements go on to become later roadblocks to a scaleable structure. These are socialisation, commitment, reward, allocation, diffusion, sensing, and calibration. These can directly affect the degree to which organisations can be institutionalised.
Five indicators are needed to assess and work upon the extent of institutionalisation: Knowledge; Performance; Preference; Normative Consensus; Value Consensus
The punishing thing about success is that the contest never ends. Organisations that go to great lengths to develop strategic plans, define a vision for the company and coin mission statements find significant internal misalignment. It takes more than a clearly defined strategy, allocated resources and a new growth engine to drive institutionalisation.Companies that succeed in this area have leaders who are actively involved in creating and communicating a blueprint that achieves the end result.
We made some mind-blowing discoveries and gained some incredible insights during this process.
Tom Twining, ARR, United Nations
10 Diverse Acquisitions in India were integrated into a scaleable and cohesive institution.
From a growth story fuelled by entrepreneurial vision to a systemic institution.
Institutionalising the model and process of sales and customer engagement.
MNCs IN INDIA
Working with India launch pads to set up and guide cultural integrations that can be sustained.
Creating institutionalisation maps for family businesses to transcend promoter-led to professional management driven.
Guiding the journeys of initial success to what it takes to drive a pre-IPO valuation journey.