In today’s market place, establishing efficient, effective processes to shifting trends creates challenges for every organization. Apart from finding the right process, organizations have to manage them successfully while building upon existing processes. Now, David G. Peterson proposes a road map to efficient processes through aligning people. His new book, Handling the Remedy: Alignment, offers a clear, holistic plan to effectively align the organisation, improve productivity and increase financial results.
This book is certain to enable you to both find effective processes – and to manage them in an efficient and seamless way. With its guiding principles of working closely with customers and building on the processes already in place, Peterson details how a company can make sure that the workforce and solutions align.
Handling The Remedy covers three key areas: people, processes, and best practices. The first book in a planned series, it focuses on aligning people to create aligned processes. The first book works on any department of the organization.
This book is a must read for those wanting to align their businesses in the best way. Handling the Remedy will cause you to think with greater insight about your business; and to come to real, tangible understanding of the relationship between each department, the company at large and most importantly, the customer. The first step is admitting you have a problem, and Handling the Remedy will help CEO’s and business owners everywhere, to see with absolute clarity what and where the problems are, and begin the process of optimizing their business and their people.
Handling the Remedy: Alignment introduces a groundbreaking approach to business and technology processes. It’s required reading for business and IT managers to find emerging challenges, devise a process, and ensuring that the solution delivers the best results possible. In short, every thriving company must learn how to “handle the remedy.”
Engaging, innovative, and highly readable, Handling the Remedy: Alignment offers an invaluable strategy to help different departments work in a cohesive way, and the company excel in performance. Innovative and accessible, this ingenious approach to managing business is certain to help any company solve the most challenging of problems. It’s a must for any leader who wants to affect productive and profitable change.
David G. Peterson has extensive international experience managing projects and operations for large financial institutions. He has worked in North America, Europe, Middle East and Asia skillfully managing business and technical requirements, core systems enhancement and support, merger and acquisition integration’s, business process re-engineering, off-shoring and outsourcing.
In today’s environment of decentralized support models, ever changing technologies, shrinking budgets and the need to do more with less, Handling the Remedy begins by placing the focus back where it belongs. With almost as many standards to adopt as there are types of industries to apply them to, everyone rushes into the latest trend or industry mandate without remembering the first key to any organization which is an effective alignment of the team under a common understanding. More than any other challenge, this will be the one that will prevent any good company from becoming great and David tackles it head on and accurately. I anticipate the balance of the books and the insight they will bring.