Keynote speaker Frans van Loef has acted as a CEO for a wide range of organisations in many international sectors during their strategic change phases. He is the author of a successful management book “Stoppen met stapelen”, which is due to be published in English in the autumn of 2016, and is a regular speaker at conferences and congresses. He supervises his projects in Dutch and in English.
Most organisations have two invariably scarce resources that are essential in terms of speed and effectiveness: money and organisational capacity (time & talent). It almost goes without saying that every organisation tries to keep a tight hold on money, but the same cannot be said of organisational capacity, where wastage of up to 20% is considered entirely normal, a fact that has been confirmed in recent publications by experts like Harvard and Bain.
For many years now, a simple lack of time has featured in the top 3 of the most difficult obstacles to executing strategy. Frans van Loef is an expert in the areas of strategy execution and freeing up organisational capacity who has helped the management teams of many organisations to resolve these issues. Unlocking capacity can be achieved very swiftly when the organisation is mobilized into action at every level; it is not a top-down activity, as it is usually those situated deep within an organisation who know best how to locate ‘waste’. And the ability to manage organisational capacity is also essential in organisations that are becoming more and more self-managing.
This approach to freeing up capacity can be set in motion at any moment – a major plus given the increasing demand these days for organisations to be agile in their operations.
Frans van Loef has acted as a CEO for a wide range of organisations in many international sectors during their strategic change phases. He supervises his projects in Dutch and in English.
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