Re-Imagine Your Organizational Quality

January 15, 2024
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Every business has challenges. Most challenges have solutions, and some do not. As managers and leaders, it’s important to reflect on the good, bad, and ugly components of your business.

These are challenging times for many companies. When you’re in the middle of battle day after day, we become hardened to dysfunction and chaos. Eventually we become accepting of chaos. We also become accepting of stress and emotional baggage tagging along with chaos.

Devil is in the Details

Consider this, sales revenue is a result. Customer loyalty is a result. Profit margins are a result. Each depends on effective management leadership, culture, and strategy to achieve success.

The wildcard in all of this is the quality of the organization. Quality organizations understand the “devil is in the details.” Most often it’s the lack of management attention or understanding to the details creating chaos and dysfunction.

What’s so interesting for many companies is assessing customer and employee retention. So often, high quality customers and employees don’t leave because of price or compensation. They leave because of organizational quality.   

Tweaking Your Management Approach

Effective management systems work to accomplish the details. Communication, best practices, and expectations follow a prescribed course. We have learned big course corrections are generally not helpful.

Small and steady course corrections allow the business, management, and employees to adjust to the system’s approach. Chaos and dysfunctional behaviors lessen. Customer transactions and relationships improve.

Systems tend to take the emotion out of business and relationships. Systems deal with facts.


Business systems allow management to become facilitators of leadership, culture and strategy. That is, managers are able to focus on opportunity, rather than achieve tasks.

Employees are able to achieve their job function. Strategies and objectives are better executed.

Stress and burnout are no longer a daily event. Organizational quality becomes the objective of facilitators.

System Results

What we observe is sales revenue, customer loyalty, and profitability improve. As organizational quality improves, so does performance. Both satisfy customers and employees.

Success comes one step at a time. Management discussion, collaboration, and accountability make systems successful. Everyone works within the system.

Management teams learning together exposes the good, bad, and ugly. Management teams’ problem solving together creates solutions and sustainability. Chaos and dysfunction become infrequent events.  


Tacticware Business Systems focus on organizational growth and management development. We are a provider of management systems, cultural systems, and strategic systems. Each provide critical thinking and processes necessary to develop high-capacity organizations.

We train, support and guide organizations to success. Learn more about transforming your business by contacting Paul Fournier

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Paul R. Fournier is President of Tacticware Business Systems. He provides and supports business systems in Management, Culture, and Strategy.

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