Whole in One, from Golf to Management

Achieving a Hole-in-One is the dream of every golfer.

The dream of every business leader is to achieve their strategic goals, both on time and in full. Both are difficult dreams to achieve. The majority of organisations try to implement their strategic goals through a series of parallel initiatives. Each individual initiative has an effect on the organisation as a whole, with consequences both intended and unintended.

This book describes a new way of implementing organisation change programs. We suggest that by implementing organisational change programs holistically, rather than in the traditional piecemeal manner, business leaders can achieve their dream of achieving their strategic
goals both on time and in full. We call this the “The Whole-in-One!”

Think, Plan, Implement and Win!

"The Whole in One" provides the most significant break-through in the history of organisation and business management.
International business leaders, whilst aware of the majority of influencers of their organizations, until now, have not had a management technology, which enables
them to look at their organization holistically. The traditional methods developed over the last one hundred and fifty years, have focused on the tangible aspects of organizational performance and have provided stakeholders with only a partial view.

“The Whole in One” introduces and explains a ground-
breaking new concept, Competitive Balance. Whilst it has it’s grounding in the well-established Balanced Scorecard, Competitive Balance is far from just a new reincarnation of the same old ideas. Rather, Competitive Balance is an action-based system of implementing concurrent improvements across every aspect of the whole organisation. We identify five capital areas of organisations and businesses: Market Capital; Human Capital; Financial Capital; Intellectual Capital and Operational Capital.

Break through Benchmarking and Diagnostic for Organisations

Sim-Bal® (Simulation of Balance) provides the respondent with a holistic view of their organisations current performance measured against a generic “competitive” performance benchmark.
The questions are aligned to the capitals employed within the organisation and their resultant competition for your organisations scarcest resources of management time and money.

The Simbal diagnostic is currently undergoing its latest upgrade. In the meantime one of the authors will be happy to guide you through the steps, either by phone or even by arranging a personal visit. For the USA and the UK, please email peisaac@aol.com. For the rest of Europe, please email Uwe.Stemmler@iscgroup.eu. For the Rest of the World, please email ian.fahy@lsiconsultants.com. We will be happy to get straight back to you.